2019-10-02: Dear Sir,
Someone in the Philippine government understands the law.
Because there were many “Japayuki san” coming to Japan from the Philippines with “entertainment visas”.
“Japayuki san” worked as “hostess” and “prostitute”
in “mediation” of gangsters. Therefore, the traditional “Entertainment Visa” was abolished.
Philippine officials who participated in the negotiations understand the Japanese Immigration Law.
Part 1. This incident is a crime that occurred for the following reasons.
1) We do not want to “punish” employers who hired foreigners illegally
under Article 73-2 of the Immigration Act.
2) “I want to punish” only foreigners in Article 70 “Illegal Labor Crimes”.
“Criminals” are police officers, prosecutors, and judges.
And the staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1) Employers who hired foreigners illegally should be punished under the Immigration Act Article 73-2.
2) Foreigners who worked illegally should be punished under Article 70 of the Immigration Control Act.
The “excuse” that the employer did not know about Immigration Act Article 73-2
became impossible with the July 2010 revision of the Immigration Act.
To that end, we introduced a “residence card” system in addition to a “passport”.
Employers who hire foreigners can be confirmed with a "passport" or "residence card".
Prosecutors have the discretion to prosecute.
It is permissible not to punish employers who have hired foreigners illegally.
However, it is a violation of international law to punish only foreigners unfairly.
It violates the “Equality under the Law” of the Constitution of Japan.
In this case, foreigners should also be acquitted.
The prosecutor committed a "terrible crime".
A third party in place of an employer in the Immigration Act Article 73-2 was designated as a “supporter”.
The meaning is unknown.
The bill of indictment includes the following:
1) Describes the fact that the Philippine violated Article 70 of the Immigration Act.
2) Describes the fact that Philippine embassy officials and diplomats “provided” “false documents”
(employment contracts) to the Filipinos.
3) State the fact that the Philippine people have obtained a status of residence
in violation of Article 22-4-4 of the Immigration Act.
This fact shows a “hate” for the staff and diplomats of the Embassy of the Philippines.
What they did was to support violations of the Immigration Law Article 22-4-4.
In this case, “Philippines” will receive “administrative disposition” from the Minister of Justice.
“Cancellation of Status of Residence” and “Forced Departure”.
Therefore, the “Assistance Crimes”
in Articles 60 and 62 of the Penal Code cannot be applied to Article 22-4-4 of the Immigration Control Act.
As a result of the July 2010 Immigration Control Amendment,
supporters under the Immigration Law Article 22-4-4 will be disposed of in the same way as “violators”.
It is "cancellation of status of residence" and "forced removal"
I say many times.
Illegal labor is a complicity between employers and foreigners.
The employer is innocent. If so, the Philippine is innocent.
Philippine people are victims. The perpetrator is an employer.
Philippine embassy officials and diplomats do not violate the law “even 1 mm”,
so it is a “false charge”.
The Philippine government should ask the Japanese government
for “recovery of honor” and “compensation” for the Philippine people.
It will continue tomorrow.
Please see "Bill of indictment" at the following "Site".
In this case, just by looking at this “bill of indictment”,
you can understand the “error of applicable law”.
Please see “English translation” and “Japanese text” PDFs.
Please be careful when handling personal information.
● Translation of English sentence “letter of indictment”
"Indictment against Yasuhiro Nagano KinGungaku"
English translation is for reference only. To be precise, do it yourself.
● Original Japanese text “letter of indictment”
"Indictment against Yasuhiro Nagano KinGungaku (Japanese)"
English translation is incorrect. Please see “PDF” above for English translation.
● Please see related laws. (Japanese and English translation)
1) Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act
Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act
2) Criminal law
3) Constitution of Japan
The Constitution of Japan
Part 2. I “sue” two things.
This is an “international” “human rights violation” by the Japanese government.
It has been nearly 10 years since the incident. My life is limited.
We ask for your support so that our “honor recovery and compensation” will be carried out.
If the world ignores “governance under the law”,
it is natural to resolve it by terrorism. But crazy.
1. Foreigners performed “illegal labor” other than “qualification of residence”.
But foreigners are innocent.
Only foreigners were punished for the immigration law article 70 “Illegal Labor Crimes”.
On the other hand, the Immigration Control Law punishes employers
who are “causal” of illegal labor under Article 73-2 of the Immigration Control Law
(crimes that promote illegal employment).
However, the Japanese judiciary “punished” foreigners only, but not “employers”.
This is clearly contrary to the principle of equality under the law
And it violates international law that prohibits "arbitrarily" "punishing" only foreigners.
If an employer who hires a foreigner illegally is "innocent",
an illegally employed foreigner is also "innocent".
If so, there is no “person who supported other crimes of the Penal Code”
against Article 70 of the Immigration Control Act.
"I, KinGungaku, Philippine diplomat, Philippine embassy official" is innocent.
2. The prosecution is “applying” the “crimes to support other crimes”
in Articles 60 and 62 of the Penal Code against Article 70 of the Immigration Control Act
on the grounds of “support of the Immigration Act 22-4-4” It ’s crazy.
This is out of logic in the law.
A foreigner acted as prescribed in Article 22-4-4
(Acquisition of status of residence by submitting false documents).
However, there is no “criminal punishment” for this.
Disposal is “cancellation of status of residence” and “forced relocation” by the Minister of Justice.
Therefore, the “crime to support other crimes” in Articles 60 and 62 of the Penal Code is not applicable.
The “reason for crime” in Article 22-4-4 of the Immigration Act pointed out
by the “indictment” has no causal relationship with Article 70 of the Immigration Act.
The logic of the law is completely crazy.
The Japanese government has "crush" "sue".
However, “crush” by state power is “stop” of “Statute of limitations”.
The materials are below.
There are many victims in the world.
Best regards. Yasuhiro Nagano
There are many American victims. I have seen this with my eyes.
If the prosecution does not arrest the employer, the Americans are not guilty.
The United States government should claim restoration and compensation
for the honor of Americans.
please support the "Appeal" to the "ICC."
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