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Posted in: 87-year-old driver in fatal Tokyo car crash to be referred to prosecutors See in context

I don't know why the police haven't arrested him.

he is a retired ex beauracrat minion who was at a high level, even unable to walk let alone drive he still has a shield against such trivial things as killing a child and mother. Obscene flagrant come to mind. What can you do.

its not fair

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Posted in: French home of ex-Nissan chief Ghosn searched in Versailles marriage probe: prosecutors See in context

Reach around to find something anything. Didn't the secret report give enough evidence? They're still searching over a year later. What's going on?

Due diligence? Nissan who's current chairman signed all the papers, secret reports, prosecutors, can't see wife alone?

its really not looking professional at all.

Justice really is blind in Japan.

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Posted in: 87-year-old driver in fatal Tokyo car crash to be referred to prosecutors See in context

@Tiana Young

How many people need to die at the hands of elderly drivers before the government acts?

i think the government collate deaths by tonnage not individual deaths and as the figures are fudged and some tonnage can be moved to another departments responsibility it gets very confusing for ministers as nappy leakage can break their line of thought. So to answer your question it will take 1 of the elite to be killed by an elderly driver before anything happens.

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Posted in: Man accused in New Zealand mosque killings pleads not guilty See in context

Disillusioned this is not aimed at you

not guilty, ahh he filmed himself

It's should not be interesting his motives to the public apart from sickofants. There is no justification, interest for forensic psychologists yes. He killed on mass on purpose filmed it, streamed it! no need to give him another platform.

He held up his hand as wantonly stepping way outside human norms, it bought terror to a peaceful city on purpose. Delusional little man. He should fade away get old and die alone with not a foot note in history other than as a nutter who committed an absolute horror on innocent people.

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Posted in: Man accused in New Zealand mosque killings pleads not guilty See in context

Why is his name even mentioned? Not guilty is a ruse to vocalise his perverted agenda. He has supplied enough evidence to get a conviction himself. He is just a disturbed individual hiding under a veneer of political righteous. Spazz.

Welcome to the yard idiot.

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Posted in: Iran's supreme leader tells Abe Trump 'not worthy' of a reply to message See in context

Guess the state department notes were not good enough. Now the carrier pidgin goes home without a scrumptious capsule on his leg.

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Posted in: Woman sues Japanese gov't for DNA data kept even after end of probe See in context

I wasn't involved in the accident. Just witness as 8 other people did.

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Posted in: Woman sues Japanese gov't for DNA data kept even after end of probe See in context

I don't misunderstand DNA, (maybe I do) but a 51yo looking for her pet!!!

refereed to prosecutors for charges, come on. It's stupid. Absolutely stupid. How much stress has this caused her on top of loosing her companion. Is there no awareness of motives by the police?

Its just another example of rules trumping sense that ramps up people's stress levels. It also holds police up for ridicule. I was called a scum because I left an accident scene, there were others there but the last thing as a foreigner I want is any interaction with the police, this example although she is native proves my point. Stupidity and circumstances be dammed the police have a quota and no accountability.

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Posted in: Woman sues Japanese gov't for DNA data kept even after end of probe See in context

Sad thing is use a blue like in a Koban there is DNA galore., even on records, files pens, phone screens.

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Posted in: Woman sues Japanese gov't for DNA data kept even after end of probe See in context

Referred to prosecutors? What are they going to recommend? Jail? A life time ban on owning, possessing using any adhesive material? Or material that could be used in a manner that results in adhesive type reaction.

Did she find her dog?

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Posted in: Woman sues Japanese gov't for DNA data kept even after end of probe See in context

Putting a poster on a pole is a gateway crime, odds are she will continue to sink further into even bigger outrages against society. That's why they need her DNA.

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Posted in: Mother suspected of killing 3-month-old by dropping her on floor See in context

Post natal depression is caused by a sudden and huge imbalance of hormones. Can't control that. Left untreated, even recognised, spirals. If and if this is the case the blame is on society, families for turning a blind eye, not her, she is not herself. She will suffer no doubt. As her hormone levels balance out a realisation will scare her forever. It's a part of motherhood that needs more attention. I would say if it is this she will need help but society needs to wake up and get more pro active help for mothers who are spiralling into hormonal madness through no fault of their own.

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Posted in: Car hits preschool children, injuring two in Nishinomiya See in context

Was outside a convene just this morning, at the bottom of a hill many bikes zooming down the hill. Fair enough, when suddenly an old man suddenly turns into the convene!

Six bike rides came to greif, two head first into the car, the other four collateral. The old man jumped out and started yelling at the men on the ground. Got back into his car reversed over two bikes and left...still yelling.

Thats the mind set. I always wear a helmet you never know or how these things happen no matter how much care you take. That's at 7.30 in the morning. I left no need for a foreigner to distract the police from their job. It's abhorrent people's reckless actions.

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Posted in: Drunkenly operating a drone becomes a crime under new law See in context

So this is the best use of time lawmakers can think of? I can think of several more pressing issues they should address, but sadly passing laws drunk isn't illegal.

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Posted in: Tokyo gov't website ridiculed for child abuse snafu See in context

Maybe if the cute mascot was beaten, sexually abused, starved, locked outside, torn apart, then the message might get through to the public.

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Posted in: Gov't rejects ¥20 mil savings estimate for those living to 95 See in context

60% of the workforce on short term contracts earning 3-5 million a year, so if the don't spend anything for 4-6 years or say half that will take 8-12 years to save. Then tax etc add another 2 years. There are going to be a lot of elderly at soup kitchens in the future.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic CEO reminds visitors that cannabis is banned in Japan See in context

Cannabis is among banned substances listed by the World Anti-Doping Agency for athletes at next year's Tokyo Olympics.

Could someone tell me what sports activity cannabis enhances performance for?

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Posted in: Samoa bans hit Elton John biopic over gay sex scenes See in context

So a film about the life of a world famous musician shouldn't include a big part of his personality, private life? Editing out that part of his life just makes the film nonsensical. China did that with the Freddie movie and viewers were left confused. But it is an Island nation with a fundamentalist Christian take on "God". Homosexuality between males gets five years jail. No punishment for Lesbians, and there is a category for transgender who are beloved as part of the culture. It's one unfathnoble society.

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Posted in: Speculation of double election winds down in political circles See in context

If he holds it off too long many of his core supporters will only be able to dribble on the voting papers. Youth are so uninterested and fell so overlooked that a turn out of 10 people will be claimed as a victory by the LDP.

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Posted in: New York Times to cease political cartoons after anti-Semitism row See in context

Very touchy and very powerful, best to ignore them and continue incapsulating truth in a few brush strokes.

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Posted in: Outrage at acquittals in rape cases sparks calls to fix Japanese law See in context

Starting to look like Japan and Saudi Arabia have a lot more in common then I ever imagined.

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Posted in: Japan's detention center gives foreign media a look See in context

Would like to see the rules that are applied to detainees. That would be telling on the mental pressure applied to detainees. From what I've been told the daily regime is based on mentally breaking the detainees relentlessly.

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Posted in: Nissan CEO Saikawa got higher stock-linked bonus after payout date changed, Kelly says See in context

Well unlike some he has a lot of time to tamper/destroy evidence that would put him in a regrettable situation. He signed off on everything, so either he is complicit or it wasn't illegal. When something smells bad I check the bottom of my shoe just in case I stepped in a Nissan.

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Posted in: No. of newborns in Japan hits record low in 2018 See in context

"We will implement policies that will help mothers who want to give birth and raise children," said an official at the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry.

Good luck with that.

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Posted in: Japan's household spending, wage decline cloud economic outlook See in context

Christ! Wages STAGNANT. Foods up. These people are who claim to be leaders are garnishing huge Salerys while straight out kicking the population squarely in the nuts.

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Posted in: Labor minister opposes banning female dress codes with high heels See in context

Deadforgood....yaadar....if women decide my fashion I'd be wrapped in cling film? Thinking about it, mmmm cling wrap! High heals NO way too uncomfortable.

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Posted in: IMF's Lagarde: Resolving trade tensions 'immediate priority' for G20 See in context

Yep, walking dead telling us we are all better off if we conform to their control. Things are sliding into 1984 to the benifit of a few.

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Posted in: Trump honors D-Day vets, discusses Vietnam deferment See in context

When Donald endures an hour of rough seas then scrabbles on to a beach under fire and fights his way forward I might give him the time of day. Even hug him. But sadly when the call went out for heroes I turned around and Donald was gone.

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Posted in: Labor minister opposes banning female dress codes with high heels See in context

Stupid layers of rules, there is no reason other than making rules to complicate the most simple tasks of daily life. I shave my head but the rule is wear a swim cap? I have no hair but the rule is wear a swim cap. Japan is the master of making rules that are abortary regardless of functionality.

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