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Posted in: Kim Kardashian says body-shamers 'really broke me' during pregnancy See in context

Get off of stupid social media then. Problem solved

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Posted in: What awaits 2 Americans accused of helping Ghosn flee Japan? See in context

I just felt the need to lie

OK

I'm sure everyone has seen their fair share of incidents like this happening

I haven't, never. But I do I know stories of accidents of gaijin and Japanese drivers and they were settled according to road law fairly. But I know that accidents in Japan are often 30/70, 60/40, etc. generally when it comes to liability. Was it 100/0 against you?

It was an automotive item

What automotive item? I always use a credit card. If I talked about it repeatedly so much I'm sure I would remember the exact business details. OK, an automotive item that was not illegal. Can you by more specific?

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Posted in: What awaits 2 Americans accused of helping Ghosn flee Japan? See in context

Ghosn payed Taylor NOTHING. NADA.

Taylor sounds like an idiot and/or just wanted to line himself up with a celebrity businessman PR and make himself famous.

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Posted in: What awaits 2 Americans accused of helping Ghosn flee Japan? See in context

If convicted, the Taylors face up to three years in prison

Let's say they get out in about one year or perhaps a little more. That's well worth it for the seven-figure fee that Ghosn paid them (each). I might take that deal. Just hang in there incarcerated one year then you can enjoy your nice retirement. Japan's prisons are a piece of cake. These people have had a golden opportunity.

The police determined that I was at fault even though they had people tell them it was the other driver.

Is this story real?

I bought an item online from a Japanse business.

What "item" and what "Japanse (sic) business" specifically?

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Posted in: 2 Americans wanted in Ghosn's escape now in Japanese custody See in context

Wow, looking at some of these posts it's like the North Korean justice system is better than Japan's. Like in Japan they force you to talk by pulling out fingernails and drilling into your kneecaps. And the US system is complicit in the torture of these fine people

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

Many immigrants of Hispanic heritage suffer at the hands of ms 13 

WRONG! I know many many hispanics and none of them care about the MS79 myth. But the real danger are those evangelical christian Proud Boys Trump people

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

Trump's Proud Boys are more dangerous than MS19

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

MS13? They didn't try kill anyone in Washington. That would be the evangelical Trump people like Proud Boys. Mass shooters are often Trump people like Dylan Roof and the Texas Walmart shooter

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

When liberals have zero answers 

That's on Trump. He lost the election and senate die.to his insane behavior. Now he has lots of legal trouble

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

will most likely compete with African Americans

Then who's going to wipe the butts?

Also armed illegals were hired to guard the Trump wall.

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

Proof that so-called liberal humanitarians think Mexican and immigrant are synony

No that would be Trump Proud Boys since they are in fact less educated especially in vocabulary. They also don't understand civil engineering since they can't understand that ladders can be used to go over walls. Also Trump people believe that Mr Clean treats covid-19. Liberals are more educated

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

 Letting in illegals KNOWING how destroyed the economy is, is not racist or even exploitation for political gain?

If it were true it would be Trump's fault for acting so crazy that he not only lost but lost the senate as well. This is all on Trump.

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

Show some proof that he considered every immigrant a threat.

The wall. He hates Mexicans.

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats consider piecemeal approach to immigration reform See in context

Trump's wall is stupid. Especially since all they need are ladders and shovels

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Posted in: U.S. court clears way for extradition to Japan of Ghosn's accused escape plotters See in context

, the gambled and got the bad end of the deal. 

Actually they might have gotten a good deal. Seven figure payment for their services and they won't do much time.

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Posted in: U.S. court clears way for extradition to Japan of Ghosn's accused escape plotters See in context

Of course not. This is a ridiculous question.

If you insult Kim Jung In in NK and they throw you in the slammer they will let you know what you are there for. Then it sounds like the criminal system is more fair in NK

In the US, you cannot be held for almost a month without knowing the charges against you.

Personal experience of this in Japan?

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Posted in: U.S. court clears way for extradition to Japan of Ghosn's accused escape plotters See in context

Your refusal to even acknowledge the flaws in Japan’s “justice” system is stunning.

Sound like the North Korean criminal system is better. Do you agree?

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Posted in: U.S. court clears way for extradition to Japan of Ghosn's accused escape plotters See in context

When the system is rigged in favor of the government

I hear there is the same problem in the USA. Just ask Edwin Fujinaga dealing with the US feds

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Posted in: U.S. court clears way for extradition to Japan of Ghosn's accused escape plotters See in context

Carlos Ghosn is also wanted in France? And don't forget the US is part of the legal "corruption" since they would agree to extradite Ghosn as well. It would seem most of the developed world would.

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Posted in: Man to be extradited to Japan for aiding Ghosn's escape accuses U.S. of 'betrayal' See in context

Critics say prolonged detention and interrogations to force confessions violates the prohibition of torture

The neutrality of this article is disputed

(At the top of same page)

And...

It violates the Constitution of Japan due to a lack of physical freedom, the right to remain silent and the right to a fair trial.[citation needed] **

I think I will stick to what the US embassy page says:

During this period, the police are required to inform you of the crime of which you are suspected, of your right to remain silent**

Generally people who hate Japan first then play armchair lawyer later are men...older...in Japan for a long time and in a rut in their lives. When you meet them in a bar the only thing they have to talk about is how Japan sucks so much and how they know the facts more then everyone else and how they are somehow legal experts (as well as trade experts [those non tariff trade barriers they know so much about], as well as that of other fields). They say the same thing and you would think they have memorized the same sales script or something.

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Posted in: Man to be extradited to Japan for aiding Ghosn's escape accuses U.S. of 'betrayal' See in context

Japan does not use torture, Mr. Taylor. That sounds more like the official US justice system, for example Guantanamo Bay.

I checked the US embassy's website about the criminal system in Japan and they said nothing about "torture". And "torture"? Working with some of my office mates is "torture", so what does "torture" mean exactly to some of these armchair lawyers in Japan?

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Posted in: Man to be extradited to Japan for aiding Ghosn's escape accuses U.S. of 'betrayal' See in context

They did it for money and the belief that they wouldn't get caught

Exactly and they won't do that much time anyway. The prison sentencing is much shorter in Japan compared to US standards and you don't have to worry about becoming someone's prison prag like you would in Rikers Island. They probably won't even get a year and for a seven figure sum to help out Ghosn? Now that's a deal. It makes me think about quitting my day job and helping people escape for the right fee. Then when they get out of Japan prison they get a free ticket back home.

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Posted in: Man to be extradited to Japan for aiding Ghosn's escape accuses U.S. of 'betrayal' See in context

Some people here make it sound like serving time in a North Korean prison is first class compared to the deep dark dungeons that Japan has to offer and they torture you on a daily basis with whips and chains (and worse). If it were that bad I'd escape Japan yesterday. But that's what you get when you hate Japan first then play armchair lawyer later. It seems we have some accuracy issues.

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Posted in: Japan gets details on 2 million offshore accounts to combat tax evasion See in context

or lose access to my Internet banking

That means I still have access to paper banking and just use checks to. Problem solved

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Posted in: Japan gets details on 2 million offshore accounts to combat tax evasion See in context

And as to giving your MY Number to foreign banks. My foreign bank gave me a choice to provide the number or lose access to my Internet banking with them.

Which country specifically? Also, does that mean that you can still go to the local branch and access your money from there?

Perhaps I could have argued with them or taken them to court over this in my home country

Again, which country?

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Posted in: U.S. judge allows extradition of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

This is a failure of logic

I was talking to a person who was convinced that the Olympic committee is collaborating with the Japanese authorities to arrest Ghosn.

Under Japanese law, you may be arrested and detained without bail for 48 hours by the police on suspicion of having committed a crime. During this period, the police are required to inform you of the crime of which you are suspected, of your right to remain silent, of your right to hire a lawyer at your own expense, of your right to request a court-appointed lawyer, and of your right to have the Embassy or the Consulate notified of your arrest.

(US embassy page)

Where is it torture?

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Posted in: U.S. judge allows extradition of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

The cards are stacked far too heavily in favor of the government in Japan.

The beginning of the story is U.S. judge. It seems a US judge is holding these people in the US hostage, not the Japanese system. How is Japan a hostage system technically?

The cards are stacked far too heavily in favor of the government in Japan.

Yes, same in the USA, actually in the USA it's more extreme with prosecution - that's their job and the job of (see title of this story) Judge Indira Talwani who is also going after this case of Ghosn.

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Posted in: U.S. judge allows extradition of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

Can we get back to topic now?

I am. This is about the American legal situation and what a US judge is doing (not a Japanese judge). And what a US judge would do to Ghosn. This focus is on a non-US system.

Any explanation?

Yes, possibly. One armchair said (and I'm serious) that the Olympic committee collaborated with the Japanese police to frame Ghosn. How about that explanation?

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Posted in: U.S. judge allows extradition of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

And are you conveniently forgetting that that guys like hiroto saikawa ADMITTED to accusations of overcompensation yet was barely touched by the prosecutors? Explain THAT to us.

Is U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani aware of this? Then maybe she will understand and rescind the extradition. Maybe it would be good to FedEx this legal briefing to Talwani's chambers this valuable evidence that clearly exonerates everyone in Ghosn's group.

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Posted in: U.S. judge allows extradition of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

What evidence? Post it here for all of us to see.

It's obvious that lot of people hate Japan first then play armchair lawyer later.

Auto executive-turned-fugitive Carlos Ghosn is under investigation in France for possible tax evasion during his last three years heading Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co., according to a person familiar with the matter.

(news source)

Now how about France?

How about the armchair lawyers who know a lot about the corrupt French legal system?

Is France also being unfair to Ghosn? Please sound out armchair lawyers, I mean the ones who specialize in the French legal system. Because it seems we have lots and lots of armchair legal specialists who are certain and would bet their lives on how certain they know about how bad the Japanese legal system is treating Ghosn. Now France?

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