Sasuke was a threat to Leaf Village and the rest of the world before the war, but he was eventually forgiven for his mistakes. But why was Sasuke pardoned?
Thanks to some excellent words from Kakashi Sensei and Naruto, and the end of Infinite Tsukuyomi, Sasuke was pardoned. As the Sixth Hokage, Kakashi has set a good name. Naruto’s role in ending the Fourth Ninja War also contributed to Sasuke’s acquittal.
He decided to take advantage of the global consolation opportunity. Sasuke began to pay his debts and enjoy life from his current situation.
Plot Behind Why Sasuke Was Pardoned
Sasuke and Naruto successfully stopped Infinite Tsukuyomi in chapter # 699. The incident has brought conflict to the brink, giving the valley time to reunite and rethink the “evil” ninja that helped win the excellent side.
Shortly after that, Sasuke, Hokage Kakashi, and Sakura stood outside the city gates. After a brief speech from Kakashi about his current situation, Sasuke is ready to leave.
Kakashi tells Sasuke that a person like him will usually be arrested. All of Sasuke’s past wrongs are forgiven, and his longing to see the world come shows the greatness of his help in establishing Infinite Tsukuyomi.
But also, my becoming Sixth Hokage and the wishes of Naruto, the key figure in ending the war, helped. Don’t forget that. Try not to cause too much trouble from here on out. It’ll fall on my shoulders.
Kakashi to Sasuke | Chapter #699
Before Sakura interrogates her, Sasuke apologizes to Kashi. He asked why he insisted on leaving the city, noting that Lady Tsunade’s hand would be ready soon, held in Lord Hashirama’s cell.
He refuses to wait for the new arm, saying he wants to see the shinobi world through the eyes of his current man. By rejecting the arm, Sasuke will be able to see things he has never seen before, something he can only see in his current situation.
So you have it. Sixth Hokage, Kakashi, and war hero Naruto made a good name for Sasuke, and he was pardoned.