Mirai Hayashi's past comments

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    Mirai Hayashi

    The hospital offered both a formal apology to the bereaved family and a statement

    That:s not too comforting is it? How about paying for all funeral costs and compensation for wrongful death. Stupid hospitals think that a simple "I'm sorry" is going solve everything.

    Posted in: 78-year-old woman dies after X-ray at hospital

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    Mirai Hayashi

    “It’s possible that I may have bumped into her breasts as the train car jolted.”

    Yeah right...what a stupid excuse! And the police wonder why we don't trust them anymore. Jcops are just ridiculous!

    Posted in: Police officer arrested for sexually assaulting woman on train

  • 4

    Mirai Hayashi

    Jumping the shark....

    Posted in: 37-year-old mother of two joins AKB48

  • 2

    Mirai Hayashi

    Is that it? It felt much bigger than a 4.7

    Posted in: M4.7 quake jolts Kanto region; no tsunami alert issued

  • 5

    Mirai Hayashi

    Apparently he was in an argument with woman earlier that evening, and someone called the police. That's when they found him in the parking lot. When the police tried to question him on the incident that was reported, he fled.

    Posted in: Car being chased by police plunges into sea, killing driver

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  • 4

    Mirai Hayashi

    Senseless killing of an innocent child....what a pig!

    Posted in: Man in his 30s being questioned over murder of 7-year-old girl in 2005

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    Mirai Hayashi

    @YongYang

    Well, some of incidents that we often see in the news where kids fall off of balconies or from the top of buildings, can be seen as unfortunate accidents. You can't babysit kids 24/7 to make sure that they don't get hurt, and sometimes the best that a parent can do is to tell the child to not play on top of buildings or on balconies. However, in this case you have 2 fairly young children and a toddler playing near a moving body a water. What parent thinks this an okay thing to do unsupervised?

    And although I commend the other children's efforts in trying to save the poor toddler, their efforts should have not been necessary. An adult should have been nearby to prevent the kids from falling in.

    Posted in: 6-year-old boy dead, 3-year-old girl in coma after being swept away in river

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  • 3

    Mirai Hayashi

    All in the name of science.

    Posted in: A taste of whale

  • 21

    Mirai Hayashi

    So she was expected to skip her son's ceremony? What a silly school.

    Posted in: Teacher criticized for attending son’s entrance ceremony instead of her own school’s

  • 6

    Mirai Hayashi

    Poor guy was probably extremely desperate.

    Posted in: Man wielding an umbrella attempts to rob Urawa ward office

  • -1

    Mirai Hayashi

    By 5 years? Really? I think it should be much longer. Murder should be charged as murder and there should be no age restrictions on this particular crime. It should be 25 to life at least.

    Posted in: Law enacted to toughen penalties for juvenile criminals

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    Mirai Hayashi

    @Strangerland

    Having a few drinks after a long shift is understandable

    There's a significant difference between having a "few" drinks and getting so wasted that you go out and commit crimes as well as being a public nuisance. As a public servant, he needs to maintain a clean upstanding image. Getting wasted during hours when most people are awake and carrying out their normal daily routines does not show good citizenship. Even off duty, he has the duty to maintain and obey the laws.

    Posted in: Drunk police officer arrested for intruding in store

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    Mirai Hayashi

    Sakai’s behavior was unacceptable for a police officer

    I'm beginning to think that this is pretty typical behavior for a police officer. How many stories have we seen about the JPolice committing illegal acts because they were drunk? With cops like these, who needs criminals? The whole Japanese police department needs to be shook down IMO.

    Posted in: Drunk police officer arrested for intruding in store

  • 4

    Mirai Hayashi

    If it was a taxi, it should be easy to find the perpetrator

    Posted in: Taxi driver arrested over fatal hit-and-run in Yokohama

  • 0

    Mirai Hayashi

    Freakin coward.

    Posted in: 2 children assaulted while on way home from school in Tokyo

  • 1

    Mirai Hayashi

    @fishy

    It's not murder, premeditated, or intentional, (unless he was drunk, or knowingly has some kind of condition that impaired his driving ability), so he won't get life. My guess is that he will only get 3 to 5 years (or less, since this is Japan) or a suspended sentence. But yeah, nothing will make things better. He has effectively irreparably ruined many people's lives in a single moment of indiscretion.

    Posted in: 10-year-old boy dies after being hit by car on way to school

  • 0

    Mirai Hayashi

    @AngieStars

    We all know and feel that people who run across streets without as much as looking up to see if a car coming, is "intuitively" wrong. But the fact of the matter is, the law cannot interpret what we feel emotionally. It creates too many loopholes where people who are truly liable for someone's death, can get away with it by simply pleading that the pedestrian ran in front of them. So they created a more technical and somewhat draconian law that says that the pedestrian unconditionally and ALWAYS has the right of way.

    I personally have had a drunk cyclist run right in front of me when I had a green light on my side, and he had a red light. Luckily for me I was driving slow enough to where i could stop before hitting him, and he had the nerve to yell "ki o tsukero!" as he rode off.

    Strictly interpreted, had I hit him, and caused serious injury or death, I would have been arrested and sent to jail. But the law "tries" to be fair, and given the situation the courts would "probably" grant leniency in my favor. Perhaps I would have had to pay a heavy fine or have my license taken away for a while, but would not get prison time, IF I could prove without a shadow of a doubt with police reports, witnesses, or other undeniable evidence that the cyclist was drunk and situation was completely unavoidable.

    Posted in: 10-year-old boy dies after being hit by car on way to school

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    Mirai Hayashi

    The position of the kids at that crossing is irrelevant. They could be at the edge or in the middle of the crossing; they could have been walking or running across the crossing -its all irrelevant. The car has to STOP or slow down enough so that the kids have a chance to get out of the way because he was approaching a CROSSING. Basic traffic law 101 -pedestrians ALWAYS have the right of way.

    Posted in: 10-year-old boy dies after being hit by car on way to school

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