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Posted in: Couple arrested for neglecting their four children, resulting in one death See in context

The couple’s three other children were taken into protective custody at a child welfare center in December.

and should never be returned to their scummy parents.

The sad thing is that they still have "parental rights" and have all the power and control of what happens to the other kids here in Japan. The kids will be at the facility, the parents will undergo some "parenting course" and "POOF!" here are your kids back! The kids can or may be placed in a better home for the time being, but they'll go right back home with "dear ol' mum and dad"!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugamo_child_abandonment_case

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Posted in: Police officer arrested for abusing wife See in context

At the time of his arrest, the suspect had been drinking alcohol and had a blood alcohol content of 0.05 mm. He was released from custody after 8 a.m. on Sunday. 

I knew of an American fella who, in the heat of an arguement, struck his then girlfriend. He wasn't on drugs, had no prior records with the cozzers here nor was he drunk. He was arrested and put in jail for 2 years and after his 2 year jail sentence, he was deported back to America and banned from Japan. Why was this "officer" released shortly after? Isn't this a crime? Or did they just prove that the "Japanese justice system" is corrupt and works for some?

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Posted in: Cafe owner detained over false report about robbery See in context

However, street surveillance camera footage showed no one entering or leaving the cafe at the time of the supposed robbery.

Well, the camera did its job! It caught a criminal! A stupid one at that!

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Posted in: 24,000 items of undelivered mail hidden at postman’s home See in context

Kanagawa prefectural police plan to send papers to prosecutors on a postal worker in his 60s who kept about 24,000 undelivered letters and parcels at his home. Police said the man, whose name has not been released, faces a charge of violating Japan’s Postal Act.

All signs of nothing is going to happen. Read between the lines.

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Posted in: Mother, son arrested for canceling hotel reservations 2,200 times See in context

Another pair of knobheads in the news again!

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Posted in: Lebanon, Japan have 40 days to agree on Ghosn's fate See in context

If Japan wants him so badly, why don't they just go and pick him up?

Oh wait.......

Japan and Lebanon have no extradition agreement and Lebanon does not typically hand over its nationals

If the tables were turned, would Japan do the same? Let's be real here!

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Posted in: Japanese prosecutors hit back at Ghosn's '8 hours of questions' claim See in context

"I had spent the previous months being interrogated up to eight hours a day without any lawyers present, without an understanding of exactly what I was being accused of, without access to the evidence that justified this travesty against my human rights and dignity,"

We have no reason to doubt this claim! Because everyone knows this is a tactic used by the police to try to break you down to make you confess! So I believe Ghosn and every other person who was in the Japanese police system/prison system over these people trying to hide the cookie crumbs from their face while trying to make others believe they're honest.

Japan will try to do whatever they can to save face, but the truth is all the way out there and the eyes of the world are locked on the system here!

Its time Japan owns to its muck-ups and make some changes!

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

"Access to bathing is granted to detainees at least twice a week in order to keep them in good health."

That's nothing to brag about, Japan! That:s like saying "I give my kids a bath twice a week! What's wrong with that? At least they're healthy!" Where's the SMH button?

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Posted in: Apologetic ex-ministers, lawmakers keep quiet on details of scandals See in context

 Sugawara said. "If requested by the authorities, I will cooperate sincerely. I'd like to explain the whole story at an appropriate time," a sweating Sugawara said.

Being Japanese gave him the privilage to have the luxury of a chance to say this!

What I don't understand is that he admitted to a scandal, but he isn't in jail or anything like that. But.......

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Posted in: University of Tokyo fires associate professor over anti-Chinese Twitter posts See in context

sir_bentley28Jan. 16  09:20 am JST

*"Workers with low performance levels deserve to be discriminated against in the context of capitalism."*

How can you say that? Seriously? Nobody and I mean NOBODY deserves to be discriminated against for being different from someone else. Regardless of creed, race, disabilities, education level, language spoken, skin colour, history or anything like that! Love everyone!

.........except for peadophiles! Do or say what you like about them!

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Hmmm........I wonder why did 6 people not like this post?

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Posted in: Children of leprosy sufferers seek to rebuild family ties See in context

You humans can be horrible to your own kind. Instead of dealing with the problem, the option to quarantine and segregate was your best option? Such horrible treatment!

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Posted in: 3 men arrested for stealing same impounded dump truck twice See in context

Ladies and Gentlemen...I present to you Harry, Larry and Moe as The 3 stooges!

Local media speculated that there have may been something hidden in the truck that only the men knew about.

Yeah, the steering wheel!

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Posted in: Ghosn used company money for private events: Nissan report See in context

And is this the best picture they could've used? They're making it seem like he's thumbing his nose at Japan when he clearly implied numerous times he doesn't want to speak ill of Japan.

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Posted in: Court defers ruling on fatal car accident after driver's remarks See in context

Ain't nothing going to happen to her or that guy who was speeding and killed that mother and daughter leaving a grieving husband to plea with the government to change the laws when it comes to old people driving. Simply because.....they're seniors.

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Posted in: Ghosn used company money for private events: Nissan report See in context

Nissan said in a corporate governance report submitted to the Tokyo Stock Exchange 

And we are supposed to believe this? Japan will do or say whatever they can to try to fix their bruised ego that a "gaikokujin" so wonderfully brought under the speculation of the world! Go look at the other corruption cases currently going on here! After all...."Ghosn is gone and will not be coming back!"

I can imagine the prosecutors sitting at the window looking out waiting for Ghosn to come back.

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Posted in: Police officer arrested on drunk driving charge in Okinawa See in context

Yamashiro has been on leave from work since mid-October due to illness.

Well that explains the drinking!

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Posted in: Lawmaker in casino scandal indicted on bribery charge See in context

Because he is Japanese, they will take some of his money, he's gonna bow and the police will tell him "Don't do this again! ^wink wink^"

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Posted in: Woman unharmed after being held hostage for 18 hours See in context

The sources added that the man is believed to have had relationship problems with someone at the company, though not the president nor the woman he took hostage.

The essence of idiocy is rather prevalent within the confines of this muppet.

There were around seven employees in the office at the time but the man only took one hostage, an employee in her 40s

So you're telling me that 6 people couldn't overpower and disarm him? Grab a broom and crack it over his head! I bet you he'd stop!

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Posted in: Teacher confronted by woman with knife at Chiba school See in context

However, he threw a mirror at her and she turned around, went back down the stairs and ran out of the building.

Maybe she saw her reflection and she scampered off back to the cave she once crawled!

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Posted in: 19-year-old arrested over fatal hit-and-run of 87-year-old woman See in context

the suspect, who cannot be named because he is legally a minor,

So is he going to be tried as an adult or a minor in court? Because this is "Rick-diculous"

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Posted in: University of Tokyo fires associate professor over anti-Chinese Twitter posts See in context

"Workers with low performance levels deserve to be discriminated against in the context of capitalism."

How can you say that? Seriously? Nobody and I mean NOBODY deserves to be discriminated against for being different from someone else. Regardless of creed, race, disabilities, education level, language spoken, skin colour, history or anything like that! Love everyone!

.........except for peadophiles! Do or say what you like about them!

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife slams Japanese justice See in context

I'm very happy for the both of them! I could only imagine the rubbish they've been through with the wicked police here. Ghosn described it best :

"They wanted to break me, they wanted to put me into a situation where life was miserable,"

That level of honesty is classic! I hope the right people picks up on the system here and make it public of how outdated things are here and the lack of "justice" for people here. Both Japanese and non Japanese.

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Posted in: Estranged Australian husband freed after trespassing to find his children See in context

Nadège

Thank you, but your speech of discrimination against men and promoting feminism isn't needed here.

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Posted in: Estranged Australian husband freed after trespassing to find his children See in context

It was also not clear why he was arrested more than a month after the illegal entry, or why he had been detained for so long. An earlier request for bail was denied on grounds that he could destroy evidence or flee the country.

Lemmie clear it up for you! The Japanese "justice" system is very biased. Most places its 'justice for all" but here its "Justice for a certain demographic".

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Posted in: Teacher confronted by woman with knife at Chiba school See in context

However, he threw a mirror at her and she turned around, went back down the stairs and ran out of the building.

Moral of the story is "Don't bring a knife to a mirror fight!"

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Posted in: Ghosn tells Japanese media he has plenty of documents to prove innocence See in context

If he has such evidence, release it to the public! Let everyone see the truth and put the Japanese "justice system" to shame.

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Posted in: Japanese billionaire Maezawa seeks girlfriend for SpaceX voyage See in context

You know you're all levels of desperate when you use the media and your money to try to get a girlfriend. He just put himself out there on the gold diggers radar.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for stabbing boyfriend in restaurant See in context

Hey, she was nice and called the police and waited with her bf until the paramedics arrived. That's love.

Yeah, sure! I mean.....nothing says "I love you" like a knife in the back! Whatever happened to flowers or a stuffed plush toy?

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Posted in: Cram school teacher arrested for attaching dog collars to young student See in context

Koji Ito was giving the teenager one-on-one tutoring at his cram school when he asked her to put the dog collars on her neck and both ankles. The girl was restrained for more than three hours. Police said that Ito had tied leashes to the collars.

Wait....what? So this sick mufu had this stuff in the classroom and made a friggin' kid put it on? Wow! Humans continuously disgust me!

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Posted in: Man admits to charges in knife incident at Prince Hisahito's school See in context

The defendant admitted his intention to injure someone but did not.

That is not a crime.

Certainly, Hasegawa was stupid but nobody was injured by his actions. 

The prosecution seeks a sentence of 18 months for criminal damage?

Trespass is a crime in Japan?

It seems excessive.

Put yourself and your family in this position. If someone did that you your kid or wife even if they weren't injured, and I pray it NEVER happens to anyone else, would you want this guy roaming free?

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