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Posted in: Naked man found in coin locker at Sendai Station See in context

Maybe he was sent back from the future to protect us.

Or in his own mind, I;m sure he had his reasons for doing this.

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Posted in: Mother fatally stabs sons, aged 3 and 5 See in context

So killing them would make your life less miserable? How about putting them up for adoption? That would've increased their chances of a better future. Such a selfish, thoughtless act.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for drowning 74-year-old husband in bathtub See in context

I just read the title and knew this was the reason. I said it once and I'll say it again "The old taking care of the older has to change!"

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Posted in: Man attacks woman after cutting power to her apartment See in context

What the heck? Seriously? What is going on? You can't even play your video games in peace without a nutter trying to kill you.

Maybe she is an online gamer and he was bested by her online in a game, so he tracked her address to take revenge. I dealt with a crime case like this 3 weeks ago.

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Posted in: Action movie stuntman arrested for cutting high school girl’s skirt See in context

Misaki has appeared in films such as “Kamen Rider” and “Super Sentai.”

His next films will be "Cutting Rider" and "Super Hentai"

Then he'll be appearing in a jail cell.

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Posted in: 86-year-old man pleads not guilty to reckless driving causing death and injury See in context

Kiyokatsu Kawabata had repeatedly ignored his family's request not to drive as he had recently caused a minor accident.

The courts should look at the fact that he CHOSE to ignore his family begging him not to drive because of his history. This being the case, he knew what he was doing was wrong and the dangers he could cause if he continues. Now he cannot even own up for selfishly snubbing out the light of a young girl's possible bright future.

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Posted in: CNN sues Trump, demanding return of Acosta to White House See in context

As a feminist, it’s distressing to me to see CNN excuse violence against women by one of its reporters.

Wait, what? Where? When?

All of this would go away if Trump had thicker skin.

Thicker skin? Its not about "thicker skin"! Its about professionalism, charisma, intelligence and a cool, level headed mentality all of which should come with the title as POTUS, but this president doesn't or can't show any of these traits. Any other president prior (yes , even J "dubuyuh" Bush) had never blatantly slandered a person so brazenly like this orange muppet! He sees himself as the "boss" and everyone else are his employees to whom he can speak to as he likes, do as he likes to anyone (grab 'em by the ^$#@!*). The person is very unfit for the position.

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Posted in: Tokyo Disneyland seeks rejection of costumed performers' damages suit See in context

Disneyland : The happiest place on earth! (for like 14 mins)

Any reason why this case was denied? Because it seems like a a clear case of work harassment/bullying to me!

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Posted in: Fireman arrested for breaking into ex-girlfriend's apartment See in context

According to police, Kai Nakamura entered the apartment of his ex-girlfriend through an unlocked window at around 11:10 p.m.

“I was hoping to convince her to get back together with me.”

And he expected her to take him back for this? Oh brudduh!

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Posted in: Trump insults more reporters; claims Acosta video wasn't altered See in context

"When you're in the White House, this is a very sacred place to be," he said. "This is a very special place. You have to treat the White House with respect.

How? You had Kanye West in the white house

You have to treat the presidency with respect."*

You, Mr. Clown, are the "president". It doesn't get any more disrespectful than that!

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Posted in: Bullet train makes emergency stop due to smoke from battery in passenger's bag See in context

There was no fire, but four women in their 20s were taken to hospital after reporting they felt unwell

*A fifth passenger also later reported a burn **after arriving at Sendai station by a subsequent train*

This 5th person thought "hmmm........I could make some money offa this!"

Since 4 people were affected (not injured) by this faulty battery incident, are they gonna ban all batteries? I'd like to see how this one plays out!

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Posted in: Man arrested for killing 71-year-old grandfather in Ishikawa See in context

Is this becoming the norm in Japan? Families killing each other for small issues? I tell you, its at least every day or every other day you read something like this! Whatever happened to loving your family?

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Posted in: Woman arrested over fatal stabbing of U.S. military airman See in context

I want to see how this one plays out.

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Posted in: 4-year-old boy falls to his death from 7th-floor apartment See in context

A 4-year-old boy fell to his death from the seventh floor of an apartment in Tokyo.

Police said the boy apparently walked out of his family’s apartment and fell from the corridor. Although there is a one-meter-high railing along the corridor, there was a 15-cm-high stand near the spot where the boy fell from. Police believe the boy brought it out from the apartment and climbed up on it, before toppling over.

The boy’s parents said he was at home alone at the time.

It sounds to me like this baby was wait and trying to look to see if he could see his parents, but fell. Where were his parents and why did they have to leave him alone? Where did they HAVE to go without their baby? I hope the judge throws the book, gavel, podium, desk at them for their selfishness.

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Posted in: Man arrested over lewd act with minor in car See in context

These are the types of people that made me take the phone away from my 14 year old daughter. She's always messaging who she thinks are other teenage boys. I told her this is exactly how parents end up with their children dead or they end up missing. Going off with someone you think you know. I have seen and dealt with cases like these and when you see what these monsters do to the victims, it puts you through so much.

I hope Japan does something to set an example for other sickos like this guy preying and trying to get his sick fix from early teenage girls o they would think twice before they act out their perverted fantasy.

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Posted in: 49-year-old man, socially withdrawn for 40 years, arrested for abandoning mother’s corpse See in context

Police said Nakamoto told them: “I assumed my younger sister would come at some point and resolve the situation.”

This guy is the worst excuse for a son. He's 49 years old, unemployed all of his life, had his mother take care of him until her death (went grocery shopping, cooked, fed, clothed him), and after she died he just moved her body out of his way as if her body was trash and waited for someone else to come and handle the situation? What a pity for this hard working mother. May she rest in peace.

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Posted in: Japan to set up panel to tighten drinking rules after pilot scandals See in context

Hers's a simple fix! Once the uniform is on, no alcohol. Or at the start of the shift, breath test and if you fail, they dock your pay by half.

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Posted in: Japan's 1st AI-powered ATM developed to combat money transfer fraud See in context

There will always be someone to counter this "AI" and manipulate it is some way.

afanofjapan

You said it best!!!

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Posted in: Passengers to be banned from carrying knives onto all trains in Japan from April See in context

The ministry has been considering measures to beef up security in trains since a man in his early 20s 

Shinkansen bullet train operators have also increased the number of interior surveillance cameras after a man burned himself to death

According to the draft of the revised version of a ministry ordinance which regulates carry-on luggage, knives, hatchets, saws and scissors are expected to be added to a list of prohibited items.

2 isolated incidents that will affect the masses! What if a seamstress has to take her sewing box on the train, must she ship/mail her scissors to her destination?

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Posted in: Detainee dies after choking on food in Saitama police station cell See in context

One of the leading countries in the field of technology in the world. Still don't/can't practice the Heimlich to save someone's live. But credit where credit is due. They tried to save him.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested for trashing bike of woman, sending her threatening letter See in context

*A 17-year-old boy has been arrested in Kobe on charges of stalking and trashing the bicycle of a 20-year-old woman whom he had allegedly been stalking and threatening.*

The woman reported the incidents to police and on July 25, and they found footage of the suspect on surveillance cameras.

Though there is proof and a statement from the victim, this kid will only be given a warning because of his age. Only to perhaps take it to the next level because of the fact that she got him in trouble, he would be angry. Trust me, I've seen and dealt with many cases like this that start off EXACTLY like this and 93% of the times ends in a violent act/action/death.

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Posted in: Japan, 2 other Asian nations warn citizens not to use marijuana in Canada See in context

"My son died from a marijuana overdose!" said no one ever. But marijuana is prime dangerous drug No.1 banned by people who have never tried it before and are only following the weed laws based on silly outdated propaganda from the 1950's concocted by the US government.

This makes as much sense as a kid going over to his friend's house and accepting an offered glass of coca cola even though his parents think "soda is the devil" and his parents punish him when he gets back home. They have no control over people once they're on vacation. Its up to the individual to make that decision in the visiting country.

Neither statement from Japan and South Korea explained how they might attempt to enforce their laws against smoking marijuana while abroad. Police and customs officials in South Korea did not answer calls seeking comment.

They call this "making up rules as the game changes!" Surely this isn't a law at all.

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Posted in: Wild boar attacks, seriously injures man in Tochigi Prefecture See in context

My friend and I were cycling through a forest like area and we encountered a mother boar and her 2 piglets. My friend high-tailed it and the mother started charging at me. So I stretched out my arms and roared/yelled at it. The boar came to a screeching halt, looked around, sniffed the ground and she slowly walked off up into the side of the path with her young. She was so BIG and her tusks were longer than I thought.

I can understand and believe that this guy stabbed it, but it did no real damage. I really hope he isn't badly hurt.

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Posted in: Chief producer of NHK's ‘Ohayo Nippon’ arrested for filming up woman's skirt See in context

@Belric

We handed the camera USB in to the police. The guy was dumb enough to film his face and name badge, but we've heard nothing in the news.

Quite honourable of you. But you should've taken it to the place where the guy worked. The manager would've taken swifter action.

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Posted in: Kyoto police arrest man for selling counterfeit rare Yu-Gi-Oh! card See in context

Is this still even a thing?

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Posted in: Mother, 2 young children killed in 4-vehicle crash in Hyogo; trailer driver arrested See in context

I can be sure that there was no safe distance be each vehicle because of how close these people drive behind each other. I always drive and keep at least 1-2 car lengths between me and the vehicle ahead of me, but other people see that as a free space so they swoop in, thus decreasing the reaction time space between the cars. So sad that 3 lives were extinguished in a instant.

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Posted in: Journalist freed from Syria returns to Japan to relief, rice balls and criticism See in context

The Japanese government has denied paying a ransom for Yasuda's release.

Shows how much citizens lives are valued.

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Posted in: Former ‘Mr Todai’ participant arrested for allegedly raping woman See in context

 Inai took a woman in her 30s to his residence in a high-rise condominium, where he allegedly raped her. Inai was arrested that same day and was formally charged with rape

True or not, its so sad how the police will easily believe a woman who says "she was raped" without any proof, evidence or witnesses and rush to get the guy in jail. It makes me think of the Japanese movie "I just didn't do it" (それでもボクはやってない Soredemo boku wa yattenai )

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Posted in: 15-year-old boy who killed grandfather, wounded grandmother also planned to kill classmate See in context

"I knew that this would cause trouble for my family, so I decided to kill them first.”

And this action hasn't? My child, your actions has caused a greater deal of trouble for your mother. She now has to deal with funeral costs for her father, court fees, court cases, lawyers fees, hospital bills, stress, depression from the violent, senseless and sudden death of her father and so much more. I hurt for the mother.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating girlfriend to death See in context

With the amount of crimes committed while people are under the influence of alcohol, I'm surprised there aren't stricter penalties for people who commit crimes while drunk. Case in point, this one!

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