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Posted in: Names of 18 and 19-year-old criminals to no longer be concealed from 2022 See in context

Names of 18 and 19-year-old criminals to no longer be concealed from 2022

If you want to give them obligation like an adult, give them rights as an adult. Those kids still can not buy any liquor and tobaccos but they will be facing as criminal adult.

Japan just won't admit that they have social issues, like single parent that having difficulty in rising their kids, bad neighborhood that consists low income family that can give this kids bad environment to grow up.

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Posted in: U.S. says Ghosn wired $862,500 to man who helped him flee Japan See in context

Ghosn is a criminal under Japaneses law and he escaped Japan illegally. He should be returned to Japan and face the Japanese legal system.

If it's true justice there should be no arrest for Ghosn in the first place but here he was, waiting trial that always be extended from time to time.

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Posted in: U.S. prosecutor fights bail bid by men accused of helping Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

He and other defense lawyers argued the case against their clients was flawed and that Michael Taylor, a U.S. Army Special Forces veteran and private security specialist, is at heightened risk of complications from COVID-19, which could spread in the jail.

This is a valid reason, recently prison it becoming hotpots where this pandemic spread

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Posted in: Need for speed: Japan supercomputer is world's fastest See in context

Japan's Fugaku supercomputer, built with government backing

How many number of sales of this product worldwide? If it's not thanks to Japanese tax payer and Japanese govt debt to cover price tag for this product.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics will be safe, governor says See in context

Tokyo Olympics will be safe, governor says

They've said Tokyo Olympics will be held in 2020 too.

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Posted in: Women bear brunt of recession as pandemic unravels Abe's 'Womenomics' See in context

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has long made creating jobs for women central to his economic policy, but now women are suffering a bigger share of the pain as the country heads for its worst economic slump since World War Two

At least he made that, one out of many pledges, right. Of course he will make others too.

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Posted in: Japan wants U.S. to extradite Americans who helped Ghosn flee See in context

Japan wants U.S. to extradite Americans who helped Ghosn flee"its not Japan, its a handful of JN prosecutors, and lawyers watch your words JPAN , many already think Japan is one big fanatical imperial nationalistic race based-family- and during the current US political climate may bring Japan a rude awakening, especially with Trump at the helm. It will be I'm white and I say so.

So who's in Japan that really want real justice instead injustice for Ghosn? Japanese media, they just in the same side with prosecutor.

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Posted in: Japan wants U.S. to extradite Americans who helped Ghosn flee See in context

It appears the prosecutors don't know their own laws.

If they know the law, they won't start with all of these in the first place.

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Posted in: Cyclist killed in hit-and-run in Chiba See in context

If the car driver had passed a driving test and wasn't drunk or speeding s/he would have known to give a cyclist s/he was passing a wide berth so that even if the cyclist was drunk and fell suddenly from their bicycle then the car would not harm the cyclist. This is considered in law in all modern nations the responsibility of drivers and as an ex cop I know its a fact.

Don't assume that kind of road like Tokyo residential area where you expect pedestrians or bicycles in any corner of the street. On the other hands on national highways you can drive on same roads for several days without seeing any bicycles at all, so drivers will expect a car with all light head and tail light but suddenly when encountering a slow moving bicycle that quite often without night time reflector or sufficient light will lead to accident.

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Posted in: Pervert hunter arrested by Tokyo police for less-than-pure intentions See in context

For that matter, how did Nohara know the phone number of the woman who’d been the victim?

If this guy can do this, either he can use this trick to falsely accuse innocent passerby as chikan.

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Posted in: Nissan aims to cut over 20,000 jobs worldwide as part of restructuring See in context

due to slumping sales amid the novel coronavirus pandemic

Few years ago Nissan said it's all because Ghosn now because pandemic, next year they'll give a new excuse.

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Posted in: Pedestrian killed after being hit by car in police chase See in context

In August last year a boy was hit by police car, now a chased car hit a pedestrian. While in May chased car crashed to another car.

If they need to apprehend her there are so many safer way to do that especially since these days so many camera everywhere on the street. She can be apprehend by surprise not by open chase that can risk innocent person.

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Posted in: WHO head urges global unity to help make Tokyo Olympics safe See in context

Olympics? Let's IOC handle that, WHO job is to get rid off current pandemic!

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Posted in: Man arrested for throwing ceramic hotpot from 6th floor apartment See in context

they found a damaged LCD TV and DVD recorder. Around noon on Monday, an audio system was also discovered on the grounds.

Stressful teleworker? Since that person need to stay at home all this time during pandemic.

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Posted in: Seat reservations for JR trains in Golden Week holiday at record low See in context

Seat reservations for JR trains in Golden Week holiday at record low

JR expect will record high for this year golden week?

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Posted in: Tokyo governor says people can enjoy cherry blossoms next year See in context

Tokyo governor says people can enjoy cherry blossoms next year

For safety reason people can enjoy Olympic another four year not next year to be safe.

Social distancing may be needed for ‘most of year’

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Posted in: Foreign ministers from Japan, China, S Korea discuss coronavirus See in context

three countries in their effort and agreed to hold a three-way meeting of health authorities at an early date.

Will China and Korea trust the number of cases that Japan told them?

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Posted in: Japan testing for coronavirus at fraction of capacity See in context

runner3, only stupid govt would keep the number high.

In Japan published incorrect data for various reason already done by official way before this virus outbreak.

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Posted in: Aso calls Tokyo 2020 the 'cursed Olympics' See in context

Aso calls Tokyo 2020 the 'cursed Olympics'

Why bid to host in the first place?

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Posted in: Japan testing for coronavirus at fraction of capacity See in context

reported by public broadcaster NHK on Wednesday, that 290 coronavirus tests requested by doctors had been refused by health centers.

This is requested by medical profesionals not just by a paranoid patient. That's why the number positive cases in Japan remain low.

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Posted in: Abe tells Trump Japan preparing for Tokyo Olympics as planned See in context

Japan is preparing to hold the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics as planned despite Trump's one-year postponement suggestion, the top government spokesman said.

If this the case then number of infected people in Japan will be kept low no matter what.

The actual number?

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Posted in: Want to be a firefighter? See in context

Want to be a firefighter?

For how much?

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Posted in: Scrapping cherry blossom parties like taking hugs away from Italians: Koike See in context

Preventing Japanese from gathering to enjoy cherry blossom season because of coronavirus would be like "taking hugs away from Italians," the governor of Tokyo said on Thursday.

In case she doesn't know, after lock down, Italian don't hug anymore.

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Posted in: Trump first foreign leader to call for postponing Tokyo Olympics See in context

U.S. President Donald Trump came out Thursday as the first foreign leader to suggest delaying the Tokyo Olympics because of coronavirus, dropping a bombshell on his "good friend" Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

"Maybe they postpone it for a year," Trump told reporters in the Oval Office, 19 weeks before the opening ceremony in Tokyo's Olympic Stadium

Japan will agree or disagree?

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Posted in: Virus response shows Japan still paralyzed in crises: Fukushima investigator See in context

Let's see if other new crises show up, it will be same response again.

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Posted in: Abe marks 3,000 days in office as virus overshadows term See in context

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe marked 3,000 days in office on Thursday, a new landmark as the longest-serving Japanese leader

So how is the progress of Abenomics so far?

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Posted in: WHO pandemic declaration won't change Tokyo Olympics plan: Suga See in context

"There is no change to the government stance that we will make preparations for the Tokyo Games as planned by keeping close contact with the International Olympic Committee, organizers, and the Tokyo metropolitan government,"

Because too much already spent for preparation and it will impact economy even more if they cancel. So consideration is more about economy.

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Posted in: Film about Fukushima heroes warns against complacency See in context

basically shows the problem starting and the problems dealing with the problems. 

Real problem is starting when they refuse to build wall or to build reactor on higher ground, will they show that on that hesitant to build with that requirement in that movie?

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Posted in: Many local gov'ts short on volunteer interpreters in emergencies See in context

Many of Japan's local governments are concerned about a shortage of volunteer interpreters and translators to support foreign residents and tourists during times of disaster

Well they collected tax from foreigners so where does it go?

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Posted in: Kelly: Ghosn's second-in-charge, now first in firing line See in context

@Kevin so sorry about your father, they way they treat him is really terrible, make him in constant paint and already cost his health.

"Really, it was painful. Very, very painful," Kelly said, adding that he had tried to explain to wardens that he could not sit on the floor as required.

Since his release, he has undergone surgery in Japan that seems to have worked, although he said he still suffers from numbness in his feet, arms and legs.

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