<Public mail> #MeToo Human rights victim!
Dear Madam, UK Prime Minister Teliza May
2018-05-03: Please rescue the victims of "humanitarian crime" in illegal "violation of immigration law" by government officials in Japan.
Dear Sirs, I am Japanese.
Please rescue the victims of human rights abuses in your country's "illegal work" by the Japanese government.
However, they say that the aiding action of (Immigration Act 24, Article 4 - 4) is a crime aiding criminal law.
The cancellation of the status of residence by the Minister of Justice and deportation abroad is administrative action.
The criminal assistance crime can not be applied to "foreign nationals' cancellation of status of residence" or "deportation abroad".
So they deviate from the logic of law.
Because I provided false employment contracts to foreigners, foreigners were able to obtain status of residence easily.
They were able to reside in Japan because their status of residence was easily obtained.
They were able to work illegally because they were able to live in Japan.
Therefore, they say "There is a clear causal relationship between provision of false employment contracts and illegal work."
It is crazy at all. Continue.
Governments of each country should ask the Japanese government to rescue their citizens who have suffered from human rights violations by the Japanese government.
Rather than newly accepting immigrants and refugees, the people's relief should be given priority.
I am e-mailing for that. There are also many victims in your country.
It is a humanitarian crime under "illegal worker's crime" by Japanese officials.
Not only Japanese law but international law violation. The material is below.
It is unknown only with materials. Please contact us.
#MeToo Please remedy human rights victims.
Sincerely yours, Yasuhiro Nagano
Teliza May, Prime Minister Gambare. And please help us! Best regards.
International Criminal Court:
Japan officially became a Party of 105 countries on October 1, 2007.
The Rome Statute and its cooperation law came into force on October 1, 2007 under domestic law.