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# Marc Says:
April 21st, 2008 at 8:54 am
Another example of how a crime by a Japanese against an NJ can get suppressed by the police and media:
Video news in Nihongo
This is the text version of it.
The story basically says the cops got a call from a 52 year old woman who said her husband stabbed her in the chest. She is hospitalized in serious condition. The husband jumped from the 27th floor window of their condo and ended up dead. The guy was a 58 year old, unemployed man named Iizuka Yukio. His wife’s name is withheld in the article. She usually goes by another name than Iizuka, and that name is Marian J. Okada and is a civilian employee of the US military.
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April 21st, 2008 at 12:08 pm
Talking of the suppression, here are comments Mr Arudou suppressed.
Getting back to your comment, I don’t see how your example shows the police and media suppressed a crime by a Japanese
It is reported as you linked.
I am not sure whether the victim is Marian J. Okada and whether she is Japanese or not.
But does it matter?
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