Spimer wrote:. Tachibana Kyouko (VA: Ueno AYa) [Kogoro's lawyer following his arrest]
Oh? So Eri's not his lawyer? Here's hoping her involvement, here, is greater than her involvement in Movie 10.
Spimer wrote:. Iwai Sayoko (VA: unknown) [Role: unknown]
At least we know have Kyoko's occupation and an action Makoto takes—who knows who she is, at this point.
Spimer wrote:. Haba Fumikazu (VA: Hakata Daikichi) [Judicial apprentice, former clerk at lawyer office of Tachibana, aspired to be a judge. Deceased in an accident. Said to be very relevant to the story]
If he's dead, then his death is likely the motive for the true culprit, who is, most likely, one of the other three people on this character lineup. Maybe this is a Movie 16 situation, where Kogoro was blamed by that movie's culprit for an accidental death, so they've framed him.
Spimer wrote:. Kusakabe Makoto (VA: unknown)
I think this is the guy who tries to punch Rei/Toru/Bourbon, only to get counter-attacked, in the official trailer (at the 0:46 mark, where he says, "we, the Security Bureau"). The location of their conflict seems to be where Rei/Toru/Bourbon confronts Shinichi/Conan, and where the former is walking after that shot with the crow (0:22 mark).
Perhaps Kyoko is the culprit, and she's taken Kogoro's case—which she created—to guarantee her continued control over the outcome.
Again, we know the least about Sayoko, so who knows, at this point.
Makoto actually tried to attack
Rei/Toru/Bourbon... maybe, if he's the culprit, Rei/Toru/Bourbon is his true target, and Kogoro's situation is but a distraction from that.
This will depend on whether Rei/Toru/Bourbon or Kogoro is the target... there's also the chance that it's both of them. But I am very confident in saying the motive for either Kyoko, Sayoko, or Makoto, to do all this, is because of Fumikazu's death.
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