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Posted in: Sushi chain reports diner who licked utensils in viral clip to police See in context

They should also sui the other restaurant for displaying video. The idiot licking utensils may have been paid by the other restaurant.

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Posted in: Man arrested for breaking glass door at supermarket because ‘there was nothing he wanted to buy’ See in context

It sounds like he had the right reason. Some supermarkets don’t have basic items and it maybe the second or third supermarket he visited without success.

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Posted in: Suspect in attack on sociologist Miyadai killed himself, police say See in context

He was supposedly the suspect and supposedly suicided. It seems common in Japan for people supposedly to suicide when they are suspect, or convicted for a crime.

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Posted in: Why do people spend so long in jail without going to trial in Japan? See in context

The purpose of keeping someone in jail long time is to force the person to confess regardless of the facts or real evidence. Artificial evidences can also be produced if there is enough time to put blame on anyone. Other reasons stated such as to have time for investigations and find truth are excuses to justify a wrong system.

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Posted in: Two 14-year-old boys arrested for robbing jewelry store, assaulting owner See in context

Their parents should be jailed

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Posted in: 19-year-old girl involved in Nagoya hotel murder case sent to juvenile reformatory See in context

Judge said consequences will be severe. It sounds like that was a joke

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Posted in: Mother arrested over death of 7-year-old daughter had consulted with authorities in 2019, 2021 See in context

Since Yoko was able to kill her own child, she might have been planning this since 2019. To reduce her penalty, she might have contacted police and welfare offices without saying anything solid to act on, unfortunately, some people are only human in outer shape although they are pure evil creatures in reality. Obviously, police and welfare officers are at some fault too, but the murderer should suffer the heavy consequences.

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Posted in: Police say 13-year-old girl has admitted killing mother See in context

There should be some consistency on a legal system. For various things, the responsible age is 15 in japan that a child can make decisions. Why is it 14 for crimes? If the victims of a crime aren’t parents, parents should be held responsible for child’s crime. In this case, it’s a sad situation and nothing needs to be done for the child other than counselling. Her own guilt feelings would be more than any penalty as she grows up. I hope she doesn’t suicide later. She is still a very young child.

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Posted in: Suspect denies killing family of 3 in Saitama on Christmas Day See in context

There seems to be too many evidences. It’s like someone is framing. If it’s real, there so many obvious evidence. If there are so many evidences and not framed, the person myst be mentally ill. Otherwise there can’t be so many evidences

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Posted in: Man fakes attempted murder of himself after ‘feeling exhausted from work’ See in context

He shouldn’t be charged of anything. It sounds like life is giving him more than enough punishment. Or it would be the world’s first to charge someone of attempyed murder of himself.

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Posted in: Chinese hospitals 'extremely busy' as COVID spreads unchecked See in context

Covid is unchecked in japan also. Only people who don’t have any symptoms can get covid test. People with symptoms cannot get a covid test in japan

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Posted in: High school boy killed, man injured by train at station in Saitama Prefecture See in context

This news has really surprised me. That means there are still good people in japan, trying to save the young kid.

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Posted in: 27-year-old man arrested for assaulting mother See in context

There’s unemployment in japan and everywhere else. Unless people refusing to work and not accepting offered jobs, they should be harassed on their unemployment

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Posted in: Man found dead in Gunma detention center in apparent suicide See in context

It’s not a suicide so no need to argue about solitary cells

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Posted in: Film explores innocent man's decades-long imprisonment See in context

Compensation in japan is so low. He could have earned that money in a year. There is no proof that he couldn’t have. The compensation for this type of case has to be way over USD 100M.

And also the same system seems to continue. In a fair system, you wouldn’t have almost 100% of people confessing the crime. That’s an obvious evidence of human right abuse.

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Posted in: Man gets life in prison for murder of his 3 children See in context

Were they actually his children?

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Posted in: Man arrested for assaulting wife after she asked for divorce See in context

If a man punches a woman on forehead several times, she can’t run out to call for help. Unless the punches were like patting.

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