sir_bentley28 comments

Posted in: Police find missing Ugandan weightlifter in Mie Prefecture See in context

"Today, the man was found in Mie Prefecture with no injuries and no involvement in any crime,"

He did not offer resistance.

"He carried his own ID and identified himself. It is not certain to whom we should send the man -- the team or the embassy."

Well, since he still has a valid visa, they can't deport him, he was compliant and cooperative with the authorities and he comitted no crimes! Therefore, he is to be returned to his team, given new guidelines as to what he must and must not do while in Japan and not placed in the japanese concentretion camp.....uh...I mean detention center.

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Posted in: 81-year-old woman arrested after ex-husband’s body found in apartment See in context

Police said that Suzuki and her ex-husband were divorced about 20 years ago but had still been living together.

Wow! Talk about "keeping up appearences"!

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Posted in: Prosecutors seek 7-year prison term for 90-year-old ex-bureaucrat in fatal driving case See in context

What a bleeming joke this so called justice system here is! I think the punishment should all come down to whatever the widowed father says should happen to this ol fella!

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Posted in: Prosecutors drop indictment against woman arrested over 4-year-old daughter’s death See in context

bokuda

They got an innocent mom in a jail for 7 months without any evidence. She didn't confess, so now they have to release her.

Police said Suzuki admitted to killing her daughter and then trying to kill herself. She told police she had become distressed over raising Haruha.

This type of stuff happens a lot here. If you followed this case and read the article, perhaps you'd have a better understanding.

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Posted in: American father, son get prison terms for helping Ghosn escape See in context

Prosecutors drop indictment against woman arrested over 4-year-old daughter’s death

A perfect example of my comment above.

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Posted in: American father, son get prison terms for helping Ghosn escape See in context

Its so disgusting how this justice system works for some and super speedy for others! There have been many other cases where serious crimes, murders, assaults, corruption, bribery and other more dire tish, but the justice system drags their feet on is and it takes so long. But this case? "Let's get revenge because he exposed our failed system to the world!"

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Posted in: Former councilman re-arrested for 3rd time over sexual assault of minors See in context

Former councilman re-arrested for 3rd time over sexual assault of minors

The job title alone explains why he got away with it 3 times! Justice for some.

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Posted in: 78-year-old man who drove wrong way on expressway, causing fatal crash, sent to prosecutors See in context

I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that he'll get a suspended sentence. After all, Japanese justice system works for some!

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Posted in: Family of dead Sri Lankan woman launch petition for video disclosure See in context

However, she prolonged her stay in detention by refusing to be deported back to her country.

Oldman_13

You cannot be serious! Are you placing the blame of her stay in the prison camp....uh.....detention center on herself? Do you think she had a choice? She didn't refuse to leave, the Japanese government (immigration center) refused to let her leave, refused to let her seek medical attention she so desperately needed and most crucial of all, they refused her freedom.

Yes she overstayed her visa, but many people don't really notice that their cards have expired or will expire in a few days or until its too late. Chuck it up to a simple mistake, but it DOES NOT deserve being treated as a dangerous criminal or less of a himan. No matter what creed or race! Japan needs to be held responsible and deal with this detention center problem! Plain and simple!

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Posted in: Man arrested after assaulting visitor to nextdoor apartment for being noisy See in context

Me when I lived in a LeoPalace apartment : watching the paint dry at 2:13pm on a Saturday

Police banging on the door : We've had numerous complaints of a rave party going on here! You're too loud!

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Posted in: Man being chased by police jumps from elevated bridge at Tokyo’s Shibuya Station See in context

Man : How're you cgonna catch me, coppers when I leap over this little elevated bridge and land on my feet like a cat and just walk off all cool like and stuff? Sayonara, coppers!

Ends up in the hospital : ...................................drat!

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Posted in: Man arrested after assaulting visitor to nextdoor apartment for being noisy See in context

This is why I live in a house far in the countryside. No neighbours to complain when I'm playing my guitar or Rock Band 3 in my living room with the sound system on!

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Posted in: Prosecutors drop case against all 100 recipients of ex-minister's bribes See in context

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you The Japanese Justice System!

See it in all its splendour and how it works for the corrupt and how they get away with all these crimes that normies like you and me would be jailed for even if we accepted a 2,500 yen bribe.

Come on now! These people ADMITTED to the crime of accepting millions of yen but still get to walk free?

That level of corruption and double justice is astoundingly shocking!

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Posted in: Man arrested for corpse abandonment after storing parents’ bodies inside refrigerator See in context

Vinke

Have you any idea of how crazy expensive it is for a funeral here? Even the cheapest one is more or equal to a lavish wedding at a top spot. Its not as easy as digging a hole and filling a pine box with the body. There are so many people involved in the funeral process and each service provided costs a lot.

Here's the process and fees :

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

Its not always the case where someone is still collecting the pension. Sometimes its just that they don't have enough money and don't want to part with their parents!

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Posted in: Japan to let asylum-seeking Myanmar soccer player stay 6 months See in context

That 6mos is gonna pass so fast and lets see how fast Japan will be puttiong him in their concentrentation camps....uh....I mean detention centers were he to stay 12 seconds over the expiration of his visa.

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Posted in: Prosecutors seek nearly 3 years jail for Ghosn escape accomplices See in context

"The case considerably infringed upon our country's criminal justice,"

The country's WHAT? hahahahahahahahaha what a joke!

Mark

""The escape was hugely embarrassing for Japanese authorities. US prosecutors called it "one of the most brazen and well-orchestrated escape acts in recent history""

"Embarrassing " is the key word,

i don't understand how could someone be prosecute for actions that are NOT ILLEGAL, jumping bail in Japan is NOT illegal, therefore when the Taylors answered the call they were aware of that fact and added it into their calculation, they wouldn't have done it if it was ILLEGAL.

You said it best! (and you saved me some time to type up what you said!)

They only made a big issue of "jumping bail" AFTER the fact that it was done! Then made it illegal to make it look more serious! Many Japanese people in prison now probably didn't even know they could've been granted bail!

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Posted in: Male host club employee arrested for attempted murder of colleague See in context

Yuki Tanaka slashed his colleague in the left abdomen with a knife after a dispute.

Tanaka, who had been drinking all night, has denied the charge

In other words....."I was drunk and I don't remember!"

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Posted in: Police appeal for help in solving disappearance of 4-year-old girl in 1996 See in context

P. Smith

Japanese men seem to have extremely unhealthy interests on young girls.

Have you seen the news in other countries (esepcially SE Asian countries) where Americans, Austrialians, British basically most older white males "vacation" to?

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Posted in: Case involving hospital worker who kissed female colleague sent to prosecutors See in context

The unidentified male suspect, who is in his 50s

What, is his name being withheld because he's a senior?

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Posted in: Former head of egg producer pleads guilty to bribing ex-farm minister See in context

@sirbently you need to punished for such poor jokes!

Never!

Egg-celsior!

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Posted in: After long battle, karate gets long-awaited chance on Olympic stage See in context

WHO CARES? There are bigger issues to deal with which can put our lives at risk if left unchecked.

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Posted in: Americans apologize to Tokyo court for role in Ghosn escape See in context

“I deeply regret my actions and sincerely apologize for causing difficulties for the judicial process and for the Japanese people. I’m sorry,”

Taylor said he has been well treated in Japan.

“I didn’t know much about Japan. All I know is that the Japanese are the friendliest people I’ve ever bumped into,” he said.

All of this sounds to me like the jpolice just taking a piss on them to get revenge for Ghosn making them look like like savages and their "justice system". I am sure their apology and everything else was written by the japanese police and made them say what they wanted the Americans to say! This is just a grand example of how far Japan will go to save face! Brandishing them before the Japanese public like Otto Frederick Warmbier to show their force. Dispicible!

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Posted in: Man who coerced 13-year-old girl into signing ‘slave contract’ before sex, arrested See in context

bokudaJune 26  06:33 pm JST

Sadly, in Japan is perfectly legal to have sex with a 13yo girl.

Whoever told you that is your enemy and a peadophile!

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Posted in: Former head of egg producer pleads guilty to bribing ex-farm minister See in context

Punish them in the most egg-cellent way! That'll put an end to all this egg-citement!

A former head of a major Japanese egg producer 

Wouldn't that make him the eggs-ecutive?

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Posted in: 2 children killed, 3 injured after being hit by truck driven by drunk man See in context

My question is how bad is your job that you have to be mashed up drunk at 3:30pm on a Monday?

How bad is your life that you have to be so drunk on the job and be behind the wheel of a truck? smh

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Posted in: Man who coerced 13-year-old girl into signing ‘slave contract’ before sex, arrested See in context

 Daimaru offered the girl 50,000 yen to have sex with him but before that, he coerced her into a signing a four-page “slave contract,” in which she voluntarily would submit to his desires and pledge eternal love for him.

Police said Daimaru filmed the sex act with his smartphone.

This really enraged me so much! She is 13 years old, man! 13!!! How can people do this to a kid? I wish I could get 11 mins alone with this guy. All of my rage.....to get revenge for the little girls he harmed!

I know and understand the whole "eye for an eye" concept, but when it comes to creepos harming children, all bets, gloves, shoes and compassion are off!

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Posted in: Police officer arrested for stealing ¥4.1 million from elderly woman’s house See in context

I'll say it again!

When the cops become the criminals, you know its a serious problem!

Now I've read too many cases like this to know never let an officer in my house!

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Posted in: 20-year-old man arrested for attempting to kill 5 family members See in context

 After his arrest, he was quoted by police as saying he “doesn’t remember” what happened.

Gee whiz! I sure wish I could use that excuse in daily situations and get away with it!

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Posted in: 19-year-old arrested over murder of sex worker at hotel also charged with attempted murder See in context

He also told police that “the sex industry is not helping with the declining birthrate and aging population” in Japan.

Yet he's hiring a sex worker (prostitute) to have protected sex with. Do you SEE the irony there?

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Posted in: Japan cash handout discriminated against Korean students: U.N. experts See in context

Korean school : Give us money (shakes begging cup)

Japan : Haven't we been here already?

Korean school : This time its for something different (shakes begging cup louder)

Japan : ............................................................

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