2019-12-13: Dear Sir,
There are countless cases where only foreigners were punished for violating Article 70 of the Immigration Control Act. There are countless Chinese and Koreans. Some Americans. Each government should stand up. In particular, the Korean government should save modern-day victims rather than the problem of “comfort women” and “wartime workers”. Koreans should point out severely post-war problems. Otherwise, it will be `` pro-Japanese sin ''!
Part 1. Illegal labor is “established” because there are “foreigners who work illegally”
and “employers” who hire illegally.
This is the causal relationship of “illegal labor”.
This can be understood by anyone.
International law also prohibits “consciously” punishing only “foreigners”.
The Japanese Constitution is prohibited by Article 14.
Of course, the immigration method is
1) Foreigners who work illegally are punished under Article 70 of the Immigration Control Act.
2) “Employers” who illegally hire foreigners who are not eligible to work are punished
under the Immigration Act Article 73-2.
However, the reality is that only foreigners are punished.
The cause is “adhesion” between “judicial” and “business”.
“The excuse” of “employer” is “I didn't know Article 73-2 of Immigration Law”.
Speaking of "I didn't know the law", they were not punished for not being "intentional".
If so, it should be applied to “foreigners”.
The Immigration Act was revised on July 1, 2010 when I was "indicted"
The law says that the excuse "I didn't know the Immigration Act Article 73-2" is not allowed.
It was implemented after a three-year “grace period”.
But look at the 2014 Philippines Embassy case.
Three years have passed since the grace period.
Still, the “landscaping shop” that illegally hired Filipinos is not guilty.
Only Philippine people who worked illegally were punished
for violating Article 70 of the Immigration Act.
Moreover, embassy officials and diplomats who were not related to the “support”
of Article 70 of the Immigration Control Act were guilty of “Articles 60 and 62”.
Japanese people, international community!
Let's make Japan `` a country to be governed under the law ''!
Continue to next week.
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.
`` Revised November 4, 2019 ''
I'm not only Chinese and Philippine,
Fighting for many victims in the world.
It has been nearly 10 years since the incident. My life is limited.
If the world ignores “governance under the law”, it is natural to resolve it by terrorism.
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 Article 14 “Principles of Equality under the Law”
of the Japanese Constitution.
It violates international law that prohibits "consciously" "punishing" only foreigners.
If an employer who hires a foreigner illegally is "innocent",
an illegally employed foreigner is also "innocent". .
2. The prosecution applied “applying” the crimes supporting other crimes
in Article 60 and 62 of the Penal Code against Article 70 of the Immigration Act
on the grounds of “support of the Immigration Law Article 22-4-4”.
Is an error in the law.
"Article 22-4-4 of Immigration Law" is the disposal of those
who have obtained the status of residence through fake application.
Previously, the Immigration Control Act was not subject to penalties
for those who obtained status of residence through false applications (Article 70, Article 74-6).
The revised Immigration Control Law was enacted at the 192nd Diet session
for those who obtained status of residence through falsification applications,
office workers who helped them, lawyers, administrative scriveners, and school staff.
“Effective from January 1, 2017”.
"I, KinGungaku, Philippine diplomat and Philippine embassy employee" is 100% "innocent".
“Reference”: Foreigners acted in accordance with 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 prosecutor is "crush something in one's hand".
However, “crush something in one's hand” by the state power is “stop”
of “aging, statistics of limitations”.
The materials are below.
There are many victims in the world.
Best regards. Yasuhiro Nagano
PS: The White House replied to me that I was seriously considering a solution
that would satisfy me with this issue. I am waiting for the result I hope that there is no lie.
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