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Chinese actor arrested in Tokyo for alleged abuse of ex-girlfriend

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what took so long? Lock him up!

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Practice self-control.

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Seen pics of what this scumbag did to his girlfriend.

He needs to go down for a while.

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How can you make love to someone, live together and punch them in the face? Something more?

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Chinese actor Jiang Jinfu's girlfriend has revealed more disturbing details on her abuse, claiming she had two teeth knocked out by Jiang during one violent episode, while on another occasion, she "thought she was going to be killed".

Japanese model Haruka Nakaura shared in an interview on Japanese TV programme Vivit that "when it got serious, he would use a hammer."

this guy needs to be locked up, pay money, and be deported forever. also drug test this lowlife for meth.

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Japanese police refused to identify the women, citing privacy.

Too late. This has been all over the South China Morning Post for quite some time. Photos, names, what-not.

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You see, if it gets to the point where you're considering beating seven bells out of your partner, isn't it time to run up the white flag and call it quits on the relationship?

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"when he turned himself in to a downtown Tokyo police station."

Odd. Japanese reports said he turned himself in at the Sugamo station. That's not "downtown" and it's just outside the Yamanote Line. Sugamo is an easy walk from my SOHO. I wonder if that means he lived in my patch.

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claiming she had two teeth knocked out by Jiang during one violent episode, while on another occasion, she "thought she was going to be killed".

Which means this has happened before a few times? She should have left him a long time ago if she values her life.

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this guy needs to be locked up, pay money, and be deported forever. also drug test this lowlife for meth.

Meth is evil. It really is. Its wreaking havoc in Australia and Thailand, thats for sure.

I would be in favour of stiffer penalties for meth production over just about any the drug, including heroin.

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I doubt it's about drug, or even booze. DV is epidemic, most violent men (and in fewer cases women) are natural nutcases. They are unable to control themselves even sober. Maybe mental health care could help.

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No drug has wreaked havoc worse than alcohol though,but because it's legal,people stay in denial about that fact.

Alcohol has a higher overall public health toll, but I don't think it leads to the level of criminality that meth does nor the intensity of criminality on a case by case basis. And by intensity I mean violent crime.

Some of these people of meth just go completely out of control. I don't see that so much with alcohol.

Not out of control like some of these methed up nutters.

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Alcohol has a higher overall public health toll, but I don't think it leads to the level of criminality that meth does nor the intensity of criminality on a case by case basis.

Of course not, alcohol is regulated, and at a price that doesn't require one to have to go to crime to feed their habit. But don't think that alcohol is any less addictive than meth, for people who have addicted personalities.

This is just another argument as to why all drugs should be legal.

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This is just another argument as to why all drugs should be legal.

If you think meth should be legal, you have no experience with it and what it can drive people to do.

I have seen it first hand. Its not marijuana. Its not shrooms. Its a totally different animal.

But by all means legalize it, just make sure you tell me so I can leave and I can laugh at fallout from such crazy decision.

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If you think meth should be legal, you have no experience with it and what it can drive people to do.

I know it's bad. I know it's really bad. I even know it's really, really, really bad.

I still think it should be legal. Drugs are not a criminal issue, they are a mental health issue. I'd rather the government regulate it, make sure it's pure, and sell it to junkies, than having them out doing crime to get it. Then provide education from a young age, and provide rehabilitation for the junkies that want to get off it.

Dealing with drugs on a criminal level does not suddenly become effective just because the drug is really, really bad.

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I know it's bad. I know it's really bad. I even know it's really, really, really bad.

I still think it should be legal. Drugs are not a criminal issue, they are a mental health issue. I'd rather the government regulate it, make sure it's pure, and sell it to junkies, than having them out doing crime to get it. Then provide education from a young age, and provide rehabilitation for the junkies that want to get off it.

Dealing with drugs on a criminal level does not suddenly become effective just because the drug is really, really bad.

You decriminalize possession and use. You keep people out of prison and you provide treatment, but you don't provide it as a legal option on the menu of drugs on which to ruin your life. We have enough of those. You want to deal with more meth heads? Its not like dealing with a few more pot heads in Colorado. As you yourself admit, its a totally different beast.

And you execute those that produce it. You don't send them to prison. You just shoot them. Cost 2 cents for a bullet. Fine by me.

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You decriminalize possession and use.

Decriminalization leaves the financial motivation in the hands of the black market. It keeps prices artificially inflated, which leads to junkies doing crime (your original complaint above) to feed their addiction. If you decriminalize, you don't even get the junkies off the street to prevent their crimes for the time that they would be in possession.

As you yourself admit, its a totally different beast.

I'm not saying we need shops like Canada has done with cannabis - that's for a drug that is fine recreationally. Have meth be proscribed by a doctor and provided at a pharmacy. Provide directions to get rehabilitation along with the drug. Provide rehabilitation. Provide safe injection/smoking centers to keep them out of the way, and doing it safe for the time being.

People are still pushing the war on drugs decades after it's been shown to be a failure.

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And you execute those that produce it. You don't send them to prison. You just shoot them. Cost 2 cents for a bullet. Fine by me.

Yay. Living in a society with no due process where the enforcement division is also the legal division. I don't see any problems arising from living in a society like that.

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Yay. Living in a society with no due process where the enforcement division is also the legal division. I don't see any problems arising from living in a society like that.

Who said no due process? You go through the courts, like every other criminal case. If found guilty, execution.

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Fair enough. I misread your comment to mean shoot them right there when they are found.

I'm not a supporter of the death penalty.

The other problem with your method is that just increases the risk, and therefore the reward, providing even further financial motivation to the black market, and providing more necessity for junkies to do crime to feed their addiction.

The problem with the criminal approach to drugs is that unlike other crimes, when you remove a drug dealer, another one steps in to take their place. If you arrest a rapist, that rapist stops raping. Someone doesn't step in to fill the gap. Same with murderers. When you arrest a drug dealer, it creates a power vacuum.

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Now if they can only issue warrants for these Japanese guys that fast when there is a complaint of abuse by women. It’s seems like there has to be a death first in order for them to make an arrest, but they issued that warrant quick. I wonder why?

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