Opinion from Japanese
Year-end, December 29, 2019: Dear Sir,
This casino case is such a big one that the Abe administration "falls". The “dark money” of many politicians in Japan is still “pachinko”. On December 26, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Investigation Department conducted a "home search" for a pachinko chain company in Tokyo. This is in connection with the "corruption case" in which "Akimoto Tsukasa" (48), a member of the lower house of the Diet, was arrested over the integrated resort (IR) business.
Part 1. According to NHK News on December 26, 2019,
This pachinko chain was established in Tokyo in 2011 by a former “policy secretary” of Rep.
The pachinko chain had "the company where Akimoto acted as an advisor" and "business."
The Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office is expected to pursue a “clarification
of the flow of funds” around Representative Akimoto.
Akimoto was a member of the Parliamentary League that promotes IR.
Previously, he was also an advisor to pachinko industry associations,
focusing on the promotion of the entertainment industry, such as pachinko and nightclubs.
It is not unusual for "cohesion" between "members of parliament" and "pachinko operators".
"Members of parliament" are "cohesive" with "pachinko operators"
for "reasons" of "promotion of the industry".
"Adhesion" always comes with "money".
This "Casino Case" investigation will take some time.
If the prosecutors seriously investigate, about half of LDP lawmakers can be arrested.
But I don't think prosecutors will do that.
In the case of Rep. Akimoto, the side that gave the "bribe" was a Chinese company.
Giving and receiving "bribery" is a daily routine for Chinese.
Giving and receiving "bribery" is "Chinese culture."
Even in Japan, "politics society" seems to be "customary."
Part 2. Many foreigners have been arrested for violating international law
in violation of international law.
Korean, Chinese, Philippine, American. . . . . . .
"Everyone" from all over the world
Help the Japanese government victims around you!
Victims are foreigners who have "worked illegally"
in activities other than "eligibility" in Japan.
They were arrested for "illegal labour" under Article 70 of the Immigration Control Act,
I am subject to "criminal penalties" such as "fine penalties".
And a foreigner who was "forcibly repatriated".
A third party has been arrested for "supporting" the aforementioned "illegal work" of a foreigner.
The victims are me and "Chinese Kin Gungaku."
Other victims are the staff of the Embassy of the Philippines and diplomats in the Philippines.
I think there are more victims, but I do not know the information.
The person who passed the "employment contract documents" to the foreigner
who performed "illegal work" is a third party.
It has nothing to do with "illegal work".
Prosecutors say in Indictment:
I gave a foreigner "false employment contract documents."
Foreigners could easily obtain "eligibility for residence"
by attaching "false employment contract documents."
The foreigner has lived in Japan because he has obtained a "resident status."
Since foreigners were in Japan, they could do "illegal work."
Therefore, as a crime against Article 70 “Illegal labor” of a foreigner,
"Articles 60 and 62 of the Penal Code" "Sin in support of other crimes" applies.
Article 70-2 of the Immigration Control Act states that “guilty of support”
for “illegal work”
It is stipulated in "The crime to promote illegal employment".
The prosecution's "reason for crime" is stipulated
in Article 22-4-4 of the Immigration Control Law, "Revocation of Status of Residence
by Submitting False Documents."
There is no punishment. Only the status of residence is revoked.
And "forcibly repatriated".
Even if you obtain a status of residence with "false documents",
Working within the scope of a "resident status" is not "illegal work."
The application of Article 62 or 62 of the Penal Code to me
or a Philippine diplomat is an error in the "Applicable Law".
This is a perfect "False charge".
Victims should apply to national governments and media.
Governments and media of each country should ask the Japanese government
for "restoration of honor" and "compensation."
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There are many American victims. I have seen with this eye.
Americans are acquitted if prosecutors do not arrest the employer.
Should claim restitution and compensation for Americans.
Sincerely yours, Yashiro Hiro Nagano
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