<Public mail> Please help me!
Dear Sir or Madam, UK Prime Minister Teliza May
2018-03-14: The contents of e-mail to the President of the Trump etc today are as follows.
In addition, to the ICC, the following "listed by the end of the sentence"
Humanitarian Crimes Surrounding Handling of Immigrants and Refugees, "please push to investigate.
Dear Sirs, I am Japanese. I respect the great president. Help me!
There are two things I really want to say in terms of human rights issues in Japan!
<1st> was described in the e-mail of yesterday.
Contrary to providing me with false employment contracts to me and the staff of the Philippine Embassy,
I applied a criminal assistance criminal offense against illegal employment crime, but it is a mistake of applicable law.
Acquisition of status of residence by submitting false documents is administrative penalty 22-4-4 (Rescission of status of residence) Immigration Law.
There are no criminal penalties.
The donor will assist the sin, but it can not be criminalized under the provisions of the criminal code.
From July 2010, foreigners who assisted were deported from abroad.
In this case, on the criminal facts of the Immigration Act 22-4 4 (withdrawal of residence status)
It is a human rights violation that applies a criminal assistance criminal offense against the applicable law.
It is not a crime at all!
Arrest / detention is a crime.
Applicable crimes are special officials abuse of their own authority and false charges.
Many victims of foreigners are also occurring today.
I appreciate the careful investigation and consideration of the White House.
Please condemn humanitarian crime over treatment of immigrants and refugees by government officials in Japan.
Not only Japanese law but international law violation.
There are no prescription of humanitarian crimes.
Not only me but a lot of foreigners such as Chinese and Filipinos are being sacrificed.
Documents to be submitted to ICC are below.
There is a limit to life! Please help soon! Best regards.
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Teliza May, Prime Minister Gambare. And please help us! Best regards.