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Posted in: Japan deports dolphin activist Ric O'Barry See in context

He and Dolphin liberationist disturbed the public peace of Taiji town. Their act meets requirements, the Article 5 of Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act.

The text of the law is as follows.

Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act 【Japanese Law/Cabinet Order No. 319 of October 4, 1951】 Section 2 Landing of a Foreign National (Denial of Landing) Article 5 (1) Any foreign national who falls under any of the following items shall be denied permission to land in Japan.

(xi) A person who attempts or advocates the overthrow of the Constitution of Japan or the Government formed thereunder by means of force or violence, or who organizes or is a member of a political party or any organization which attempts or advocates the same.

(xii) A person who organizes, or is a member of, or is closely affiliated with any of the following political parties or organizations: (a) A political party or organization which encourages acts of violence or the assault, killing, or injury of officials of the Government or of local

public entities for the reason that they are such officials; (b) A political party or organization which encourages illegal damage to or destruction of public facilities; (c) A political party or organization which encourages acts of dispute such as stopping or preventing the normal maintenance or operation of the

security facilities of a factory or other workplace; (xiii) A person who attempts to prepare, distribute, or exhibit printed matters, motion pictures, or any other documents or drawings to attain the objectives of any political party :political party or organization prescribed in item (xi) or the preceding item.

(xiv) In addition to those persons listed in items (i) to (xiii), a person whom the Minister of Justice has reasonable grounds to believe is likely to commit an act which could be detrimental to the interests or public security of Japan.

http://www.japaneselawtranslation.go.jp/law/detail/?id=1934&vm=04&re=01

Japanese government have a right to deny somebody entry into the country, becacause of above reasons. So I think japanese government should continue to refuse him entry into my country regardless of visa type . Japanese people know that they disturbed the public peace of Japan. Most of japanese people deny a person who does harm to others like him.

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Posted in: O'Barry ordered deported from Japan See in context

I'm japanese and think it natural for Japanese government to order the deportation of Ric O'Barry.

He and Dolphin liberationist disturbed the public peace of Taiji town. Their act meets requirements, the Article 5 of Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act.

The text of the law is as follows.

Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act  【Japanese Law/Cabinet Order No. 319 of October 4, 1951】

Section 2 Landing of a Foreign National (Denial of Landing) Article 5 (1) Any foreign national who falls under any of the following items shall be denied permission to land in Japan.

(xi) A person who attempts or advocates the overthrow of the Constitution of Japan or the Government formed thereunder by means of force or violence, or who organizes or is a member of a political party or any organization which attempts or advocates the same.

(xii) A person who organizes, or is a member of, or is closely affiliated with any of the following political parties or organizations: (a) A political party or organization which encourages acts of violence or the assault, killing, or injury of officials of the Government or of local public entities for the reason that they are such officials; (b) A political party or organization which encourages illegal damage to or destruction of public facilities; (c) A political party or organization which encourages acts of dispute such as stopping or preventing the normal maintenance or operation of the security facilities of a factory or other workplace;

(xiii) A person who attempts to prepare, distribute, or exhibit printed matters, motion pictures, or any other documents or drawings to attain the objectives of any political party :political party or organization prescribed in item (xi) or the preceding item.

(xiv) In addition to those persons listed in items (i) to (xiii), a person whom the Minister of Justice has reasonable grounds to believe is likely to commit an act which could be detrimental to the interests or public security of Japan.

http://www.japaneselawtranslation.go.jp/law/detail/?id=1934&vm=04&re=01

Japanese people know that they disturbed the public peace of Japan. Most of japanese people deny a person who does harm to others like him.

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