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Posted in: Princess Mako diagnosed with PTSD; to marry Kei Komuro on Oct 26 See in context

There are rumors that Kei Komuro's uncle (his mother's younger brother) is a leader of the Organized Crime Group. And Komuro's mother.

Kei's mother is suspected of fraudulently defrauding the bereaved family pension from the country.

(She was bereaved of her husband (Kei's father) by suicide by fire 10 years ago. But she was receiving the bereaved family pension, while she illegally concealed that she had received a large amount of living expenses from her fiancé. )

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Posted in: Osaka man arrested for scalding toddler to death with hot water See in context

Google the murderer's name; 松原拓海 (Takumi Matsubara) for his appearance. It's just like Kim Jong Un ...

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Posted in: S Korea coronavirus cases rise steadily See in context

The South Korean government skews the line graph of coronavirus and causes controversy ... Cheap tricks that make it look as if the number of infected people is falling down rapidly ↓

"So that the line graph of coronavirus looks decreased remarkably. ... Korean Presidential Office distorts coronavirus graph." ↓


"Coronavirus Infectious Disease-19 Current Status" on the Korean Presidential Office's homepage was again involved in line graph manipulation controversy. They arbitrarily adjusted the horizontal axis representing the date and distorted the situation of South Korean coronavirus. The government distorted the line graph for public relations reports SEVERAL TIMES, and they are criticized that they are addicted to manipulate the data of coronavirus.

The Korean Presidential Office has been showing a line graph of the number of daily corona infections / complete recoverers on its website since March 10th.

According to the line graph, since the end of February, the number of confirmed patients on a daily basis has decreased sharply, and the number of patients who have been completely cured daily has increased moderately.

However, the interval on the X axis of the graph looked strange. Based on data of March 27, the line graph starts from February 29 (with 916 infected people), which had the highest number of newly confirmed cases, and the next was about March 4 data (4-day intervals), the next-next was about March 7 (3-day intervals), the next-next-next was about March 9 (2-day intervals) and March 14 (5-day intervals). The line graph is drawn so as to look with constant intervals, even though the date intervals are not fixed. In this process, all days, such as March 3, March 6, and March 11, when the number of newly confirmed cases increased compared to the previous day, were excluded.

Immediately after news reports pointed out the problems of the line graph on March 27, the Korean Presidential Office revised the date interval on the horizontal axis to a certain level. But they never excluded February 29 as the graph's starting point, so that they can emphasize the great decline in the number of infected people, showing the starting day when the number of infected people was the highest. "This X-axis graph published by the government belongs to manipulation!" said Kim Suk-kyung, a professor at Yonsei University's Department of Statistics.

There has been a disputed debate since the Korean Presidential Office created its first situation bulletin board on March 10. Confirmed cases are shown only with "the number of newly infected people" so as to look like they are decreasing, while complete recoverers are shown by "accumulated number of completely recoverers" so as to look like they are rapidly increasing in graph.

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