The numbers don’t add up. Total face value is ¥500,000,000 or about USD4,545,455 so why would someone pay USD6,300,000 for half of the forged notes.
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In a few years time he will look back on this experience and recognize it as the best thing that ever happened to him. Unless he’s really stupid and does similar things when he gets back to the US.
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Deport the bum to a place far away from where he wants to be. Give him something to think about on his way home..
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Texas A&M Aggie
Please tell us what are the alt left media you are referring to. In detail please. Does the list include that crazy guy something or other Jones?
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Good on ya Japan. Make sure you keep applying the tough standards.
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Start at the beginning - this man had no right to be in Japan. He seems to have had an attitude that marrying a Japanese women changed that. Very unfortunate but when you try to behave as if you are king it sometimes doesn't work out. Lesson to be learned? Yes, to those millions of Africans who are trying to leave Africa they should know they might end up in worse condition than they started so best to stay put and fix your own country before moving on illegally.
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Posted in: An organization has sent a petition with 11,127 online signatures to prosecutors seeking a reduced sentence for Tetsuya Yamagami, who has been indicted for the murder of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and asking that they consider Yamagami's upbringing and his mother's massive donations to the Unification Church in his trial. What's your view on this?