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  1. elipson is offline
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    It is common knowledge that martial arts training is an integral part of Japanese law enforcement.
    WTF does this have to do with anything you've posted here!!!! These articles dont even mention martial arts!

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    Dude you have some kool breeze flowing from your noise maker. I don't know JACK about SCARS but me and you need to spread some culture and exchange some quality noise.

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    It is common knowledge that martial arts training is an integral part of Japanese law enforcement.

    How does the reporting of facts, constitute "Japan-bashing?"
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    It is also common knowledge that judo and kendo has been part of the public school phys ed curriculum for decades. This means that almost every japanese citizen is what you call a stylist. Which means that, by your criteria, Japan is a country full of moral reprobates. Your reporting of facts isn't Japan-bashing. The interpretation of those facts is.
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    Police officer molests girl

    Mainichi Shimbun, Dec. 2, 2001


    OSAKA -- A police sergeant has been arrested and fired after he molested a teen-age girl who came to him for help, police said. Hirofumi Mori, 48, was arrested for abuse of authority by a special public officer and dismissed immediately Saturday. Mori admits to the allegations.

    Police said on Nov. 25 the 19-year-old girl visited the Sonezaki Police Station where Mori worked and, having known him in the past, asked him for help with a matter bothering her. Mori took the girl to a basement room, thrust his arms around her and performed indecent acts on her.

    She later reported the incident to Mori's superiors.
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    Fools, are you ignoring my last post?
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    He's ignoring anything logical. Put shortly, yes.

    edit: And I have to ask... Was the Dukes of Hazzard joke really that bad?

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    Edited by - Mercurius on January 06 2003 06:56:31
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    Off-duty cop drunkenly attacks innocent 'suspect'

    Mainichi Shimbun, Jan. 17, 2003


    SAITAMA -- A police officer is in hot water for assaulting a university student he mistook for a purse-snatcher after boozing up with his colleagues late last year, Saitama police admitted Friday. The Urawa-Hagashi Police sergeant who was in charge of theft, including street snatching, hit the student in the face with a bag after wrestling him to the ground as he waited for a friend near his motorbike around midnight on Dec. 16. "I saw a motorbike pass by at a slow speed and I guessed it was a purse-snatcher," his colleagues quoted the officer as saying. "Moments later, I spotted a bike which looked the same and mistook the student (standing by the bike) as a snatcher."

    The officer, 41, had drunk a bottle of beer and numerous cups of shochu at a year-end party before assaulting the young man. A number of purse- and bag-snatchings had been reported in the area prior to the incident. The sergeant's own police station sent documents to the Saitama District Public Prosecutors Office with charges of assault. In addition, Saitama police internal affairs office plans penalty. "We intend to inform officers about the details of the investigation to avoid a recurrence," the head of the internal affairs office said.



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    Rapist cop handed 2 more years

    Mainichi Shimbun, Feb. 2, 2002


    An appeal court has added two more years to a 12-year-sentence handed to a Kanagawa police sergeant for molesting 19 girls after ruling that the earlier decision was "far too lenient." "The sentence handed by the (Yokohama) district court was unreasonably short," Presiding Judge Shogo Takahashi said at the Tokyo High Court as he scrapped the original sentenced handed to the sacked police officer, Yoichi Takami, on Friday. "The psychological damage your actions have brought upon the minds of junior and senior high school girls you preyed on is immeasurable. Three of the victims are still suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder because of what happened."

    Takami, 30, was found guilty of 19 counts of sex attacks, including injuring a 16-year-old high school student as a result of indecent assault he carried out in Yokohama in March 2001. He asked the girl for directions to lure the girl into a darkened apartment block where he choked her with one hand and fondled her breasts with the other. Takami threatened to kill her if she made a noise and continued to assault her until patrolling police officers stopped him.

    Eighteen of his victims were schoolgirls, one of them as young as 14, while the other victim was an 18-year-old company employee.

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    Errant cop leads drunk to fall into coma

    Mainichi Shimbun, Feb. 9, 2003


    SAIGO, Shimane -- An old man is in a coma after he fell into the sea while a police officer was supposed to be escorting him home because he was blind drunk, police said Sunday.

    The 68-year-old man may have been caught underwater for as much as 30 minutes after the police officer escorting him left him alone to search for the house where the old man lived. Police officers were furious. "There were problems with the way we dealt with this case," Yutaka Ishida, deputy chief of the Saigo Police Station, said. "The officer did not fulfill his basic duties. We are terribly sorry about what has happened."

    Police said that an officer came across the old man late on Friday night and started walking him to his home because the old man was too drunk to realize where he was. As they approached the old man's house, the officer left him sitting atop a seaside wall as he searched for the correct home.

    Unable to stay still, the drunken old man toppled off the wall and into the sea. Meanwhile, the officer who was supposed to be looking after the old man was still wandering around searching for the old man's home. When he went back to check up on the old man, he was shocked to discover he had fallen into the sea and was unconscious.

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    Cop whacks wrong man as bank robber flees

    Mainichi Shimbun, Feb. 26, 2003


    An innocent bystander was viciously attacked with a police truncheon in Tokyo after an officer mistook him for a bank robber, police admitted Wednesday.

    An officer laid into the 58-year-old man after mistaking him for the robber who had fled from custody after being caught apparently trying to rob a bank on Tuesday. Although the innocent bystander is expected to fully recover from his wounds, he needed five stitches to his head following the officer's unwarranted onslaught.

    "We are terribly sorry for hurting an ordinary person," Kaoru Ando, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police Department, said.

    Police said an officer noticed a group of three men acting suspiciously near a bank ATM in Chiyoda-ku on Tuesday night and went over to question them. One of the men whipped out a knife and lashed out at the officer. The three men were soon overpowered. Two, both claiming to be South Korean, were arrested for obstructing official business and for breaking the Firearms and Swords Control Law. The third man was handcuffed, but managed to slip away after one of his companions attacked the police officer.

    The officer started pursuing the fugitive, but mistook a 58-year-old man walking along the road for being the robber. He took out his truncheon and started smashing the man over the head with it. The officer bludgeoned the man before realizing his mistake.

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