The stern decision suggested the case was “one in a million”

The Supreme Court ruled against the Nobuhiras in a lawsuit they filed that was based on fabricated allegations. The suit was dismissed as an “abuse of the right of action.”

A decision of an “abuse of the right of action” is extremely rare. What was the reason behind such a severe finding? The ruling, in summary, concluded as follows:

From the outset, this case was based on fictitious stories with the sole purpose of harassment. This lawsuit was concluded because if it continued, the court would be assisting in the Nobuhiras’ unlawful plot.

The judge exposed the ugly nature of the suit, and put an end to it.