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Posted in: Memorial service held for Japanese who died in Siberian labor camps See in context

Rusia was exceptionally kind to the Japanese.

With the Manchuria massacre and Unit 731. That Japanese soldiers didn't deserve to be alive.

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Posted in: Suga's leadership under fire as LDP candidate loses Yokohama vote See in context

Sad that there's no real change of power. LDP will stay.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

@kennyG

If you don't want people to jump bail. You could respect the "innocent until proven guilty" premise, stop forcing confessions, release all the evidence, allow lawyers on interrogations, and so much more.

Unless you have a real j-system I'll keep voicing up the j-system flaws.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

On the current Japanese j-system the right thing to do is to jump bail.

Even in the UN are rooting for Ghosn.

Look at Greg Kelly; he lost 3 years of live, lots of money, and health.

For What?!

nobody can compensate his loses, even if he gets acquitted.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

I meant to ask, did he retire?

That's a key question.

If the statement depends of external factors, like When or How will Ghosn retire.

Then is not a crime not to put it down on the security report.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

@Kazuaki

Is Nissan actually paying Ghosn that retirement money?

If Nissan is not paying, there's no false statement in no security report.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

Curious that Hari Nada, Hiroto Saikawa, Toshiaki Ohnuma, and all the rest of "innocent" people in Nissan positioned between Ghosn and Kelly were not prosecuted.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

Japan doesn't need any evidence. The forced confession is the main evidence in any trial. 98% of trials are based on confession.

Kelly didn't confess, that's an anomaly in the system.

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Posted in: Woman with COVID-19 loses baby after being forced to give birth prematurely at home See in context

This is Asia.

Japan will always be an Asian country.

Don't expect ethics and morals from them.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

The Taylors did the right thing admitting guilt.

They will be released in 2 years.

A trial would have cost them 3 years even if they get acquitted.

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Posted in: Ballet dancer arrested over sex with 16-year-old girl at Tokyo hotel See in context

It's very confusing.

Age of consent is 13 or 18…?

If you go to the Supreme Court will they use the 18 or the 13?

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Posted in: Detained Sri Lankan 'treated like a dog,' says family after seeing video See in context

We are going off-topic.

This article is about a murder.

Not expiration dates and Immigration paperwork.

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Posted in: Detained Sri Lankan 'treated like a dog,' says family after seeing video See in context

At this point of development don't think there's any positive outcome for immigration.

Best they can do is full disclose of all wrongdoings and bring measures to stop the abuses.

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Posted in: Immigration agency admits to mistreatment of Sri Lankan before her death See in context

Get an ace lawyer, and sue.

Immigration is a branch of the mystery of justice.

There will be no trial.

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Posted in: Police say man in train knife rampage thought of bombing Shibuya crossing See in context

Don't trust a thing. Now he's been held hostage without lawyer on solitary confinement.

Only trust declarations with lawyer present... and that's not gonna happen in today's Japan.

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Posted in: Italian tennis player leaves COVID bubble, out of tournament See in context

Have the rules changed?

There's plenty of Olympians all over the city.

Why is it ok for some and not for others?

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Posted in: 21-year-old man arrested for abusing 2-year-old son See in context

If the police get involved will never know the truth.

They'll dictate a forced confession, and the trial won't get published in the media.

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Posted in: Detained Sri Lankan's footage before her death to be shown to family See in context

That immigration agents should get exactly the same treatment they gave her.

Their fellow agents must learn how to treat people humanely and respectfully.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy suspected of kicking 6-year-old sister to death See in context

Some autopsy, camera footage, witnesses would be nice to have.

But police won't do it. Getting a forced confession from a 17's boy is far easier.

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Posted in: Prosecutors drop case against man accused of assaulting woman in hotel See in context

Prosecutors did not give any reason for not proceeding with the indictment. 

Why ain't any explanations? Who pays them?

Lets hire somebody that can take some responsibility of his actions.

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Posted in: Nissan sees return to annual profit after strong Q1 results See in context

Sales were -31.78% on 2020.

There's no figures for 2021 published yet.

If they were able to recover from a -31.78% on 2021, that would be epic.

https://www.goodcarbadcar.net/nissan-us-sales-figures/

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Posted in: Asylum-seeking Myanmar soccer player to join Japanese club as trainee See in context

Japan will put him on indefinite detention in a Shinagawa cell as soon as his Special Visa expires. Until he gets a new one.

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Posted in: Japan, France affirm security cooperation See in context

I'm only worried about Vincent, and all the child abductions.

There is 150 new child abductions in Japan every year.

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Posted in: Badly beaten man dies after being left in hospital parking lot See in context

Thats very hard-core.

I've never seen that in Europe. Even in America is very rare.

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Posted in: 'The greatest honor': Osaka lights Olympic cauldron See in context

She got massively abused in Japan not so long ago because she was openly supporting Black Live Matters.

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Posted in: Mother arrested after 1-year-old daughter, left in car, dies of heatstroke See in context

You never know.

The police makes up stories, false evidence and force confessions.

In a western country you get contrasted information, but not in here.

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Posted in: Olympic opening ceremony director fired for Holocaust joke in 1998 See in context

There's some power that is boycotting the Olympics with this scandals.

There's nobody left from the initial Olympic leaders. Abe, Mori, Sato, Takeda, Inose. Are all gone.

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Posted in: Vietnamese woman gets suspended sentence for abandoning bodies of newborn twins See in context

The ruling of justice looks random.

Cannot make sense of the sentencing.

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Posted in: Bach admits 'sleepless nights' over troubled Tokyo Olympics See in context

If you're curious about his room:

https://your-magazine.net/ioc-tokyo-olympics-hotel/

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Posted in: American father, son get prison terms for helping Ghosn escape See in context

@Kazuaki Shimazaki

Lots of bailed citizens are in the run from justice.

It's popular knowledge that they aren't breaking the law because they are not CRIMINALS.

What could happen is that they would hit a prosecutor while trying to escape, then they can be charged with that.

But in no case I've ever heard that any of them was ever charged with that "CRIMINAL escapee" law, because it never applied.

Why does it suit in Ghosn case?

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