nedinjapan's past comments

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    nedinjapan

    Tinawatanabe

    I promise you the number of illegal intrusions against Julie Hamp's life has been much higher than her illegal act of getting painkillers. They are now treating her like a natural born criminal who brought shame to her employer Toyota! No part of her personal life is immune from questioning and if she does not want to tell them about her very personal information, she will be further accused of withholding information! If you like your country, you need to start trying to change that. You deserve your almost democratic constitution to US occupation. Not respecting Julie Hamp's rights will end up in a lack of respect to Japanese citizens. That is Karma.

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    nedinjapan

    What's wrong with that? You probably looked suspicious to him. He is doing his job.

    You see. This the problem. Here officially formally and publicly agree that People can be judged suspicious because of their Looks!

    From the way you talk, I think she would refuse. Another interesting observation. Yes, in "dictatorships" defense is based on Accepting the Accusation and Apologizing. There is no room for actually defending yourself. That upsets the court establishment.

    As I am not a Japanese, I will be happy to see Julie Hamp leave here and return to a deserving society. I am only upset if my friends ask me about this and I have to say: well, it is Asia, but still quite exotic sometimes!

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    nedinjapan

    Just let me tell you I am not much upset as I am amazed by this situation. If there were SMART comedians in this country like Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, ... (not those clowns smacking the crotches of one another) we could all have a laugh about this thing having reached to such a level of national security! John Oliver has a program "How is this still a thing?" That applies very well to your justification of 23 days of detention for Receiving prescription pain-killers from one's father after arriving in Japan for a month?! I am just wondering what is going on in her brain now: what did you think when you were offered this position in "Japan"? No wonder she has resigned. She must have had enough of the interrogation where they are asking her about the schools she went to, her brothers and sisters and other relatives and just intrude into her life like she was a born criminal for Receiving pain medication from her dad ... Go back home lady. God saved you from wasting a lifetime here and realizing what was going on after all that.

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    nedinjapan

    OK guys. You make scientific definitions now? Half the world is addict to coffee or tea or cigarettes! Haven't you seen an actual addict in your life? College students abuse more prescription drugs before-after their exams these days! Put them all in jail? Yes, I see your use of science ...

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    nedinjapan

    Lucabrasi, A drug smuggler sells or passes on the drug to sellers. a drug addict smokes or sniffs and does not have a serious job as an international manager. Yes, you can Criminalize many various activities by setting a Blind Overall law that covers good and bad people altogether.

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    nedinjapan

    Tinawatanabe; you should worry about police behavior in your country. Just last month police stopped to check my driver's license and then asked me who was the lady with me in the car? She was my niece but I was surprised that they even asked. Why did they stop me? Probably it had something to do with my sunglasses! Well, I simply was let go after showing them all my IDs (residence, work, drivers license). This is about limits of personal freedom. So much for stories of agents following you in North Korea! This American lady is not a drug smuggler, is not a drug addict, and does not deserve such treatment. She might be taking the pain medication for her menses for one! I wish I were her lawyer and would provide the Japanese media with a deserving public response!

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    nedinjapan

    Strangerland; thanks, you said it! No, marijuana is not a prescription drug in the US or Japan. The difference here is that this is a prescription drug for pain in the US.

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    nedinjapan

    Most of you think this is not your problem and she did some wrong to deserve this but let me tell you what is happening to all of us, including Japanese nationals. This is an example of "criminalization" of non-criminal personal issues. It gives the ruling authorities the power to look into our personal lives. Here we are talking about a successful business woman having recently travelled to Japan for her job, who has difficulty communicating her health issues to Japanese doctors, having asked her FATHER to get her a strong pain medication (that is available by prescription) and her father being worried but not being a smuggler does a very naive packing of the tablets he can send to his daughter. Now you are Criminalizing this case which means you do not know who Smugglers are, what Drugs are and How much drug is being abused in Tokyo and Nagoya ... I hope she goes back to an advanced democratic country and never returns to this place till we all become deserving of such professionals. I am not buying another Toyota from the managers who sold her out to the police ...

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    nedinjapan

    A developed society holds its citizens innocent until proven otherwise. Here they are Assuming she is guilty of Drug Abuse, Smuggling, ... which is mind blowing. Apparently this is a society somewhere between the cruelty of North Korea and respect to autonomy seen in advanced nations. It is still sad there is little sympathy to the Accused. Yes, she should have her father deliver her prescription drugs rather than sending it through a mailing service. Take green tea for your headache lady, this is Japan ...

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    nedinjapan

    Jalapeno, I think the point is that she is not receving proper Legal Defense. From the start, she was shown as Guilty for "having prescription medicine mailed to her"? She did not mail, and she had not received the mail and not used the medicine yet! The only law broken, is the law of sending Prescription medicine by postal mail! This is the legal fact! But here in Japan, "accusation" is equal to "guilt". They put her in 23 days of detention without a case and make her accept that she would use the medicine, she ordered its mailing, ... without a lawyer representing her to be able to put a "legal defense". Are we living in North Korea where assumptions and pressure can take the place of the right of people to defend themselves based on "legal skills"?

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    nedinjapan

    Excuse me?! How can you Prove that was Her Intent?! Legal evidence is different from layman's assumptions. She Did Not mail the medicine! She was at the receiving point but the Post office captured the medicine in their Routine check. How can they prove she Planned or Ordered the mailing of the medicine? My point is that legally, you cannot prove that, and it is not even a street drug. She could have avoided all this if she had her father travel to japan with the medicine. Nobody would check the Presciption drugs her father would bring in.

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    nedinjapan

    Please?! Can somebody explain to me? She has not mailed the medicine to herself! Her father has done so. Why is she being held responsible for her father's action?! It can only be assumed that she would use the medicine but it has not reached her at all. Let me make an example: if somebody knows your address and mails similar prescription medicine to your address from abroad just to have you arrested, well, that is very easy now, isn't it?

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    nedinjapan

    To understand this case, you need to understand the mentality of the average Japaneae housewife. Let me tell you what has happened: The housewife is so upset over the Money that her husband spent on this woman and wants her money back! This is not about romantic infedility; it is simply a way to raise money from the husband that "belonged" to her! If that money was with the husband, she would sue him, of course, but it is not! You never understand Japanese mentality without understanding the substantial role that money (yen) plays in their life ....

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    nedinjapan

    Please remember that Torture (in Japanese way) is routine in prisons in Japan. Prisoners are made to sit still, follow silly orders all the time, have limited access to basic needs, .... So the judge knows it is years of prison and torture not allowed in developed countries but a simple fact in Japan. So the judge makes a reasonable decision knowing the reality of prison life in Japan

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    nedinjapan

    OK, let me tell you the Truth about all this. Japan could simply withdraw from the International agreement so that the Japanese whalers could go whaling as Norway, for example. But then the government could not subsidize whaling under the name of research. The fact is that whaling is not economic for Japan; the demand is not high and the costs are higher potential profit for non-publicly funded companies. So go make up your mind what is going on in the scene of Japanese politics ...

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    nedinjapan

    The movie Pearl harbor had a good reflection on Tokyo bombings, I think : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0213149/?ref=nvsr_1

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    nedinjapan

    In my case, police followed me using my cellphone because my ex complained that I may have an affair. It was not even a criminal case. Police wearing plain clothes followed me on more than two occasions, at least. One was wearing sports clothes and pretending he was running. Another was sitting on the way checking on me. This is all done secretly all the time. Later when I got a girlfriend who brother was a police, she told me her brother would check her location using her cellphone if she was not home and at work. Unless a lawyer raises it, this is simply common activity and even has a name ...

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    nedinjapan

    @ReformedBasher The issue is not about bashing Japan but correcting its tarnished image by a group of rightist politicians whose vans broadcast hate speech openly in public. I am not Japanese neither Korean but my respect for Japan where I live helps me understand that Denials are destructive to the image of Japan. I wish Japan could get the respect of the international community the way Germany did, not through denial. Also remember most of the victims were from Korea and Japan left quite a different legacy in the two countries you are comparing.

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    nedinjapan

    If you have any doubts about Comfort Women, or are not educated on the issue, just do a Kensaku (search) in Youtube. Watch for example, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yHHfYOGumI
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mard9WrYn2I Words cannot describe the gravity of these crimes, and its denial is simply ridiculous. Can they ever "Grow Up"?

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    nedinjapan

    Fortunately with the age of information we live in, all the world can see and will see the documents of crimes committed by Japan in WWII forever. Comfort Women is just one of these. There are many others including the atrocities of Unit 731 cutting open people without anesthesia like in the horror movies. The barbaric acts of Japanese Imperial army will never be forgiven, as long as they are in denial and do not have the courage to accept their crimes and honestly apologize. May God judge you for raping all these women, a figure in hundred thousand or more ...

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