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Video link: https://youtu.be/N_QnY3jb9JA

23 February, the nurse says …

“I’m going to talk to my boss about going to the hospital, but I don’t know if you can go today. I want to take you, but I don’t have the power. I don’t have the authority. I can’t make a decision. I’ll tell the boss.”

Two weeks later, she’s dead, still in her detention bed.

The “boss” apparently did not accept the nurse’s request to transfer Wishma to the hospital. Did the “boss” take accountability for her death? 

“Japan's hidden darkness: Deaths, inhumane treatment rife at immigration centers,” Mainichi Shimbun, 9 July 2019, https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20190709/p2a/00m/0fe/012000c

20 ( +35 / -15 )

RIP brave lady!

Not only the boss but every single officer related to her death should be punished. Such hidden monsters are really a threat to so called kind society.

Good that few people are helping the family.

31 ( +35 / -4 )

23 February, the nurse says …

“I’m going to talk to my boss about going to the hospital, but I don’t know if you can go today. I want to take you, but I don’t have the power. I don’t have the authority. I can’t make a decision. I’ll tell the boss.”

Finally March 6th the moment of truth,

https://youtu.be/N_QnY3jb9JA?t=260

from February 23rd to March 6th they have plenty of time if they want to do something. An even that started because she only reported becoming domestic violence victim.

Detention room all those time even when she was sleeping the light is being turned on, that shows how Japanese prison and detention condition.

7 ( +21 / -14 )

The video was pretty damning. Asking to be taken to the hospital and the nurse wanting to take her but she wasn't allowed that basic right...well, it's just disgusting. The person who made the decision not to allow her hospital treatment should be severely punished.

33 ( +38 / -5 )

After the guard found she's being cold, instead doing emergency procedure they just kept yelling her name which not really helpful.

8 ( +19 / -11 )

The footage also included later scenes of an officer and nurse chatting cheerfully while tending to Wishma as she moaned in pain.

Sadistic ,very grim and torture foreigners.

very sickening

13 ( +28 / -15 )

After the guard found she's being cold, instead doing emergency procedure they just kept yelling her name which not really helpful.

You have to feel for the guards too — because they have been put in a terribly untenable position by the always off-camera “boss,” who obviously is not going to approve any request for medical assistance outside that detention room.

-3 ( +7 / -10 )

I would like to think this will cause things to change, even if only a little, but I am not so naive, it is completely possible that the whole situation is repeated in the future without any measure being enacted to prevent it.

7 ( +20 / -13 )

Such a disgusting video. What did they think? That she was faking feeling ill? And to think this happened in Japan is sickening.

The "boss" and everyone who denied her treatment should be punished to the fullest extent.

But this is Japan and she was a foreigner so they will get off lightly.....

17 ( +33 / -16 )

Japan's Ministry of (so called) justice is an utter disgrace.

-2 ( +27 / -29 )

This is an example of the horror stories we've all heard of incarceration in Japan. Archaic and wrong, so often, Japan's ideal of justice is mixed in with the culture of bullying and people with power lacking empathy over harsh decisions.

What's really scary is this is immigration detention. The people are held for reasons of being a foreigner without a visa to Japan and illegally in the country, but they've not done a crime that would get someone incarcerated, if they were Japanese. How this makes them fair game to be treated like a POW with a lack of empathy is putrid.

But, I've seen the behavior of the Japanese bullying system in everyday life. And it isn't nice. When push comes to shove, I've dealt with, more than a couple of times, situations where the Japanese are just messed up in their rule behavior that goes against logic and human decency. The frustration comes from them actually thinking they are in the right, when in truth, they're cruel, inhumane and just a lemming.

Whether the Japanese want to realize this is not the question nor the answer, because it is proven over and over they have and will ignore any criticism of their society and behavior, as a whole. There are people who are against their societal bad behavior...especially talking one on one...but get them in a group, with a leader who is pro bullying, and they all end up forgetting what you talked about and side with the leader. It's disgusting how gutless they can be.

It's pathetic to see how this woman was treated in immigration. I cry for her and for Japan.

-9 ( +33 / -42 )

What was he medical problem or what caused her death?? anyone knows?

Disturbing and disgusting to say the least when an officer and nurse chat cheerfully next to a HUMAN moaning in pain, this shown that this is a discipline problem starting at the very top at this facility.

16 ( +23 / -7 )

@sunfunbun

This barbaric behavior been around since the samurai era and never going to change for the greater good

-8 ( +25 / -33 )

Disturbing and disgusting to say the least when an officer and nurse chat cheerfully next to a HUMAN moaning in pain, this shown that this is a discipline problem starting at the very top at this facility.

I'd bet after she died, they're mad at her for being a nuisance by dying. shoganai na, koitsu...

-10 ( +21 / -31 )

This barbaric behavior been around since the samurai era and never going to change for the greater good

Unfortunately, true. It'll never change because ignorance is bliss and so is the bullying culture.

-8 ( +23 / -31 )

People are quick to point fingers at "the boss" but the boss has a boss too. For all we know, maybe "the boss" had to get a hanko from a higher up and it was refused. Probably a combination of systemic racism and internal politics.

-5 ( +11 / -16 )

Disturbing and disgusting to say the least when an officer and nurse chat cheerfully next to a HUMAN moaning in pain, this shown that this is a discipline problem starting at the very top at this facility.

Exactly where could you see that scene in the footage?

-1 ( +6 / -7 )

Japanese hate to be criticized by foreigners even if it is for the good of the society. Anyone criticizing Japan is an enemy who should be deported immediately.I've been here for many years and witnessed situations where foreigners who've lived and worked here for decades try to correct Japanese people or try to point out some obvious wrongs in society only to be met by ここは日本です。国へ帰れ。This is Japan,go back to your country.

-1 ( +29 / -30 )

People are quick to point fingers at "the boss" but the boss has a boss too. For all we know, maybe "the boss" had to get a hanko from a higher up and it was refused. Probably a combination of systemic racism and internal politics.

It could be this. Or a combination of everything said about this issue. Bottom line, though, is the Japanese people would look at what you write and not question what happened.

They don't care enough. They adhere, so being quiet is the only way to go. Apathy are the Japanese people, and in cases like this one, it sticks out like the proverbial nail, and all they want to do is hammer it back in, so they can forget about it.

-9 ( +13 / -22 )

Japanese people or try to point out some obvious wrongs in society only to be met by ここは日本です。国へ帰れ。

It's not that this is said readily, in my experience, but when talking of every day things that need to be looked at by the Japanese, I've heard this said by some who are supposedly open minded to discussion.

If one talked about this video, how many would actually believe this video is a bad thing for Japan and needs to be corrected for human rights and good? Not many. Eventually, they would say go back to your country if you don' t like treatment of illegals at an immigration facility.

-6 ( +14 / -20 )

The person who made the decision not to allow her hospital treatment should be severely punished.

Of course that person should be punished. But won't be. ここは日本です。

-7 ( +13 / -20 )

Why was she in the detention center for 8 months? Had she been deported immediately she could have received care in her home country. When she came to Japan in 2017, she was well aware of the consequences of overstaying her visa, all of us foreigners who have visas, from housekeepers to business executives, have heard the stories of what happens to people who overstay their visas. We all come here with our eyes open, we know the rules and the risks, and as guests we have to abide by them. The reason this woman had been held for 8 months was that she was contesting her deportation. Yes, she should have received fundamental health care, and been billed for it, but had she lived by the rules the rest of us obey and agreed to obey when we came to Japan, none of this would have happened.

-11 ( +10 / -21 )

@sangetsu03 You believe because she over stayed her visa, or anyone that does, is subject to inhumane treatment as a risk of coming to Japan that everyone knows could happen?

You think she has to be billed for it? Get real. The reason she's over stayed her visa is unknown to you. She may have been in a terrible situation incapable of getting out. You don't know. All you do know is she was mistreated and died while in detention at the immigration center.

You have a weak argument for poor human rights behavior by the Japanese.

This is not a third world nation, it should be a much higher level of critical thought and stronger humanity. Logic also says keeping her for 8 months is just a stupid waste for her and the country. It isn't all her fault for over staying her visa. That's nonsensical talk of rule following.

11 ( +25 / -14 )

“she was illegally detained “

She was legally detained because she had broken the law by overstaying her visa and refusing deportation orders . The government is right in trying to enact the revised immigration law which is designed to prevent similar cases from happening in the future. Students from abroad are welcome. Just study hard and don’t try to abuse the system.

-17 ( +9 / -26 )

She was legally detained because she had broken the law by overstaying her visa and refusing deportation orders . The government is right in trying to enact the revised immigration law which is designed to prevent similar cases from happening in the future. 

Yah! Let her die in the (non) care of immigration. That'll teach illegals not to over stay a visa!

12 ( +22 / -10 )

Ms Sandamali was obviously in a lot of distress and pleading to be treated.

Why wasn’t there oxygen there?

Why wasn’t she on a drip?

Why didn’t a doctor evaluate her?

Why was she left to die?

Why are people being treated inhumanely like this,in Japan, in the 21st century?

Japan has a long way to go

9 ( +27 / -18 )

Unfortunately, nothing will change. That 'national outrage' was mostly from the foreign community. Most people are just going to blame the victim and ask dumb questions like why she overstayed her visa, as if that's the reason for her bad treatment and ultimate death.

-1 ( +24 / -25 )

Wishma arrived in Japan in 2017 as a student but was taken into custody at the immigration facility in August 2020 for overstaying her visa.

She overstayed a visa and should have been deported after a hearing in 2020. No way should she have been kept in Japan longer than 2 months.

When she was deported, she didn't have to return to her home city.

1 ( +6 / -5 )

That was very hard to watch.

12 ( +14 / -2 )

Quite hard to digest that she wasn’t hospitalised, is this not policy?

Will be interesting to see the fallout after this has settled, I’d hope to see major procedural changes and job terminations at least.

11 ( +12 / -1 )

Are detainees not allowed embassy consular service? If she had been a G7 citizen I doubt Japanese authorities would have risked the diplomatic backlash. But then I doubt there are that many, if any, G7 citizens in immigration detention. The Japanese government knows its place in the world. Japan is the bottom of the G7 and is subservient but is above every other country and can’t be bothered to give medical care to someone from a country below them. Really passive aggressive stuff. I hope the Japanese government pays dearly.

-1 ( +22 / -23 )

Ms Sandamali had many factors against her.

1.Her choice of partner

2.Her family refusing to fund her

3.Being from Sri Lanka

4.Her language school failing to support her

5.Trusting the Japanese police

6.Becoming ill in detention

7.The complete negligence and inhumanity of the Japanese authorities who caused her death

It was almost as if the heavens conspired against her…

-6 ( +11 / -17 )

I watched Youtube several times and hardly found any brutal nor cruel treatments by female officers nor by the doctors( who was giving her massage). Their tone of speaking to her sounded nothing but normal and friendly.

This video itself wouldn't make you feel sick but the fact she was sick would.

-11 ( +6 / -17 )

“It was almost as if the heavens conspired against her…”

that has to be the most the ridiculous comment I’ve seen posted here.

an insanely cruel bureaucratic system conspired against her.

and what does her partner have to do with it?

11 ( +16 / -5 )

Damn these people responsible for her death

Lots of burning questions around this case

I've read somewhere that she was already scheduled for deportation but she contested the decision that's why she went back to detention place for an extended period of time.. They said technically, she is not being "detained" anymore as she could have left Japan anytime she wanted. That's the immigration's stance apparently.

May she rest in peace.

8 ( +11 / -3 )

Unfortunately, she's from a country which the Japanese consider inferior to Japan; therefore 99% of Japanese people watching this video won't give a damn.

-5 ( +23 / -28 )

Are detainees not allowed embassy consular service? If she had been a G7 citizen I doubt Japanese authorities would have risked the diplomatic backlash. But then I doubt there are that many, if any, G7 citizens in immigration detention.

Excellent point!

The Japanese government knows its place in the world. Japan is the bottom of the G7 and is subservient but is above every other country and can’t be bothered to give medical care to someone from a country below them.

Hit the nail on the head!

Really passive aggressive stuff.

Japan in a nutshell.

I hope the Japanese government pays dearly.

So do I.

While I agree with most of the posters here, Gaijinjland's post nailed it in every single way.

-13 ( +12 / -25 )

And the criminals from the detention centres are still free and we even don't know their names.

The whole situation,from the bottom with guards,directors to the top,politicians and ministers is simply disgusting.

I am sorry to say this but unless Japan change it won't be a full democracy with human rights.

What a shame.

-13 ( +12 / -25 )

Very disturbing, and disgusting, and humane treatment by those in the immigration centre. What this poor woman was made to suffer was tantamount to torture, there is no other word for it. Sadly, I read many stories like this from around the world, where immigration officers act like gods with little or no consequences for the treatment or deaths they cause, because they are acting for their governments.

15 ( +19 / -4 )

Nothing will change in this dinosaur country. Someone up in ranking must love to torture people, if not why is there a need to detain someone for 8 months? Waste of resources. In most countries they would just kick you out immediately. If this is not torturing, I don't know what it is. She died for nothing. Poor soul. RIP.

-7 ( +8 / -15 )

Wishma's story made it to the US Department of State's annual report.

https://www.state.gov/reports/2022-country-reports-on-human-rights-practices/japan

10 ( +11 / -1 )

sunfunbunToday  09:21 am JST

@sangetsu03 You believe because she over stayed her visa, or anyone that does, is subject to inhumane treatment as a risk of coming to Japan that everyone knows could happen?

That's now what Sangetsu said.

Respond to what he/she wrote.

In fact, in his/her post, Sangetsu specifically said that it was wrong to deny Ms. Wishma healthcare.

When Sangetsu said "she shouldn't have overstayed her visa," that was an objectively correct statement.

Attaching some other meaning to it that Sangetsu never conveyed -- that this meant Ms. Wishma somehow deserved what happened to her -- is but an over-emotional response. And a totally unfair one.

-4 ( +4 / -8 )

Are detainees not allowed embassy consular service? If she had been a G7 citizen I doubt Japanese authorities would have risked the diplomatic backlash.

well said and the hypocrisy of Japan at it’s best.

2 ( +12 / -10 )

This is all the more reason why people who overstay their visas or are otherwise illegally in a given country -- whether it's Japan or anywhere else -- should be deported back to their home country as quickly as possible.

As in summarily, or very close to it.

Deny it all you want, but when we set our emotions aside and look at it logically -- do we even do that with any issues anymore? -- it is the most humane policy.

They shouldn't even be able to contest deportation. Not if it's as clear as day -- based on dates stamped in their passports or whatever -- that they've overstayed.

"Innocent till proven guilty" doesn't apply here -- again, when it's as clear as day. Particularly since it involves simply being sent home, not to jail.

Again, it is the most humane policy. It ensures the law is obeyed, that a country fulfill its duty to regulate who enters, and that illegal entrants & overstayers are treated humanely.

It also deters further illegal immigration practices that typically result in people being exploited, abused, impoverished, or otherwise mistreated.

-5 ( +8 / -13 )

Sangetsu is blaming Whishma for all .

You can read it in Sangetsu's last statement.

had she lived by the rules the rest of us obey and agreed to obey when we came to Japan, none of this would have happened.

3 ( +9 / -6 )

Wishma's story made it to the US Department of State's annual report.

https://www.state.gov/reports/2022-country-reports-on-human-rights-practices/japan

Great news! Well hope they condemn this in the strongest words.

1 ( +8 / -7 )

This is disgusting. How can any human being chat and grin as another human being lies suffering. I am strong, but I broke into tears watching this. I don't care if she over stayed a visa, she has a human right to medical care, and she did not deserve to die like that, no human does. This no more than state sponsored murder, and needs to be prosecutesd as such.

9 ( +15 / -6 )

So that's ok then. It's ok she was denied the treatment/assistance she clearly needed because they denied her kindly.........

Appreciate if you wouldn't put words into my mouth. At least, the officers and doctors looked taking care of her

just as normal and friendly in the video footage unlike some rumors she had been treated like a thing in the cell.

The footage also included later scenes of an officer and nurse chatting cheerfully while tending to Wishma as she moaned in pain.

I can't find this scene in this footage. If this is meant to be the day Mar 5, the nurse is chatting with an officer while giving her upper body massage. It never sound cheerful chat at all. Can't understand how this scene could be reported as such.

She did have medical care twice at outside hospitals despite she was rejecting those in the first place, but then, yes she couldn't have it when she really needed in time despite the director(s) had plenty time to decide so, that's undeniable.

-4 ( +4 / -8 )

If that is cheerful chat( disgusting manner facing the patient), the footage would surely translate and show the contents of such chat as English subtitles wouldn't it

-6 ( +2 / -8 )

Yes, that one was really disturbing and hard to stand watching. Anyway, we all have only the few information bits like overstaying and denied transfer to a normal accessible hospital outside of detention area. We even don’t know if there were other health preconditions or daily visits of doctors and given free medications , or other factors like if or how communication with her country or the embassy worked and all such. I just would guess, many partial errors piled up by all involved, then finally lead to a disaster mountain.

3 ( +3 / -0 )

kennyG Today  10:46 am JST

I watched Youtube several times and hardly found any brutal nor cruel treatments

You don't see the cruelty there, really?

Your reaction to the video is very unique.

I wonder if you would raise your children with that treatment.

5 ( +11 / -6 )

Honestly, my eyes rolled for most of it. From that low resolution CCTV camera, the woman's voice is coming on as strongly as the detention center people asking her questions. The only thing the first two dates got me to think is that the woman is faking it, which obviously had a negative effect on her getting believed on the later dates. From the video, you can't really tell that she's anywhere close to death.

@theFuToday 10:18 am JST

According to the report, the hangup was finding someone willing to pay her air ticket home. Said air tickets have gone up in price and rarity thanks to COVID. The government is not paying, since it's the woman's fault. She can't pay. None of her family who suddenly found money to come over after she died paid. Sri Lanka's government wasn't willing to foot the bill either. Then she had a talk with "human rights advocates", and she changed her mind.

@GaijinjlandToday 10:30 am JST

Japan is the bottom of the G7 and is subservient but is above every other country and can’t be bothered to give medical care to someone from a country below them. Really passive aggressive stuff. I hope the Japanese government pays dearly.

While you are probably right, don't you think you are acknowledging the racism of the world a bit too easily? G7 is an economic bloc, and GDP wise, Japan is 2nd in GDP (China is not part of G7). Population wise, it's also 2nd after the United States. This sad placement of 7th really says something about the world, as is your easy acceptance of it in a post complaining about Japan's racism.

-5 ( +9 / -14 )

Why is this not headline news? This is totally discussing! This event is being completely silenced. Not a word mentioned in Swedish new sources. I urge everyone to share this video with news sources in your country. Japan has no right to participate in the international community until this practice ends!

-9 ( +8 / -17 )

UPDATE: I just shared this with Swedish news sources, and I hope everyone here follows my lead.

3 ( +8 / -5 )

@ sunfunbunToday  08:19 am JST

Fantastic post. These bullies -- by which I mean police and detention officers in general, not just the ones who killed Wishma -- don't even seem to notice or care that the people they are overseeing haven't been found guilty of anything; they are only being detained. It's as if not just proportionality of punishment, but also the legal process itself doesn't even matter. Detainment = guilt = any kind of punishment up to and including death. And these people probably think they're pillars of society!

0 ( +10 / -10 )

@Stickman1760

One event which started the whole episode was her abusive boyfriend becoming violent towards her.

Go and research the background and get a clear picture of why certain events caused Ms Sandamali to wind up where she did.

———-

Personally, I’ve had dealings with immigration and managed to come out on top but the odds are very stacked against someone not being able to renew a visa yet having an apartment and responsibilities that can be decimated simply by an expired visa

5 ( +6 / -1 )

I couldn't even finish the video; it was so disheartening and barbaric. The gall of the "medical" staff casually chit-chatting over this poor woman clearly in pain and suffering. Alsp, don't medical personnel in Japan have veto power when it comes to making decisions on behalf of their patients? This woman was so obviously in distress and yet the "medical" staff still had to get permission from whatever faceless higher up to approve admitting her to the hospital which they clearly didn't? This video should be broadcasted all over the world on giant screens to show exactly how Japan treats its non-Japanese residents. She may have overstayed her visa but as a human being, she still has rights and access to quality and immediate medical care is one of them. The system failed her in every way.

-8 ( +10 / -18 )

The footage also included later scenes of an officer and nurse chatting cheerfully while tending to Wishma as she moaned in pain.

This act of inhumanity says it all. The mentality of something like the Rape of Nanjing is not as far a jump as it may seem to what happened to the slow and painful death of Wishima. How could the officer and the nurse anyone carry on a pleasant chat in front of a person who was in pain and dying? This could only when when Wishma was dehumanized by these people.

-3 ( +10 / -13 )

The Japanese government knows its place in the world. Japan is the bottom of the G7 and is subservient but is above every other country and can’t be bothered to give medical care to someone from a country below them. Really passive aggressive stuff. I hope the Japanese government pays dearly.

Comments like these are disgusting. Users here are outraged by abuse by the Japanese immigration, yet they are making racist comments about the Japanese. They are condemning racism while doing it at the same time. It is hypocritical hate speech.

4 ( +12 / -8 )

Like I said There's NO CHEEFUL nor PLEASANT CHAT AT all in the footage. Don't even think creating a fake unless you could understand what they are saying. The nurse was giving her massage while talking to an officer beside her.

KniknaknokkaerToday  02:33 pm JST

kennyGToday  01:52 pm JST

Appreciate if you wouldn't put words into my mouth. At least, the officers and doctors looked taking care of her

Appreciate all you like. While you're appreciating that you could also appreciate that officers and doctors can look like they're taking of someone by talking to them kindly, while not administering any of the physical care she actually needed.

Of course you can say all you like after the event, Perhaps, you would be saying the same thing that they didn't let the detainee eat even for the one who intentionally went on hunger strike and dead. If any officers or any nurses (working at detention center who need professional help from outside hospitals) always know perfectly what are proper physical care the detainees actually needed, they should be quitting their jobs and start working at outside hospitals immediate.

lunaticToday  02:19 pm JST

kennyG Today  10:46 am JST

I watched Youtube several times and hardly found any brutal nor cruel treatments

You don't see the cruelty there, really?

Your reaction to the video is very unique.

I wonder if you would raise your children with that treatment.

No NOTHING. except I think the room is small and they should be given suit-room with TV/Kitchen/Kingsize beds/Cristal shower room with tab,,, and how come anyone have to assume raising their children in such environment?

-2 ( +5 / -7 )

Like I said There's NO CHEEFUL nor PLEASANT CHAT AT all in the footage.

It is written in the body of the article, and some of the commenters re-inforce that point.

Could you be the only one not seeing it? Are you paying attention?

Ask yourself why can't you see that.

No NOTHING

I'm wasting my time.

It’s like a finger pointing the way to the moon. And you only look at the finger.

2 ( +5 / -3 )

Pathetic. "This is Japan".

-5 ( +8 / -13 )

Shame shame shame! Absolutely disgusting but this will never be shown in developed countries outside Japan…

-5 ( +6 / -11 )

lunaticToday  05:56 pm JST

Like I said There's NO CHEEFUL nor PLEASANT CHAT AT all in the footage.

It is written in the body of the article,

SO WHAT? If this media means it picks it up from the footage it disclosed, the best is to look into it by yourself and listen to it by yourself, otherwise you are just keep knee-jerk reacting .

and some of the commenters re-inforce that point.

Which ones?, Point those please.

Could you be the only one not seeing it? Are you paying attention?

Like I said, I watched it several times and I can understand Japanese and YOU?

Don't even say no.

No NOTHING

I'm wasting my time.

It’s like a finger pointing the way to the moon. And you only look at the finger.

Oh NO, You just don't have will to CHECK and blindly believe media.

-2 ( +4 / -6 )

This act of inhumanity says it all. The mentality of something like the Rape of Nanjing is not as far a jump as it may seem to what happened to the slow and painful death of Wishima. 

THIS. Trying not to miss every occasions for connecting to the the fake history forTHE reason or THE purpose

Cheers! Bon travail!

-1 ( +3 / -4 )

@Kazuaki Shimazaki 

Honestly, my eyes rolled for most of it. From the video, you can't really tell that she's anywhere close to death.

You most certainly have extremely poor awareness and judgment — because she was most definitely “close to death,” which was confirmed by … her actual death!

4 ( +8 / -4 )

@kennyG

This is getting ridiculous.

You made me waste 30min of my time.

https://youtu.be/N_QnY3jb9JA?t=213

「60代になって…」「おっぱいピチピチなお姉ちゃんが…」「ギャル系…」

And it goes on between laughts and cheerings for a minute or so while Wishma is agonizing in pain.

The nurses are cheerfully laughting 「ハハハ!」attending the agonizing Whisma.

3 ( +7 / -4 )

@lunatic

What kind of problems do you have to understand the conversation if you needed 30min?

Wishma was 33 years old then. Both were talking about completely different person while giving her massage.「おっぱいピチピチなお姉ちゃんが…」....Better go to see the doctor at Otolaryngology.

Hey that was not hospital bed and they were not professional doctors and nurses. You are just witch-hunting by accusing them of talking about different person a day before her death

-2 ( +4 / -6 )

cruelty beyond words

4 ( +6 / -2 )

@Based No, what was said by Sangetsu very much says this woman deserved what happened.

Getting medical treatment was an add on, with a lack of sincerity. One can renege on a statement by add ons, but if it doesn't make sense because of what was written...that this woman should never have been in this situation because it's her fault for over staying a visa.

And then saying, oh yes, I believe she should have gotten medical attention, but make sure she pays for it, is the lowest form of passive aggressive behavior. If you don't get the gist of what was said, re read it and try harder to understand there was an injustice done to a woman who died, and she didn't get medical attention because immigration didn't listen to her.

0 ( +4 / -4 )

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