Japan's Justice in the Dark

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To the White House officials! I've been emailing every day since President Trump took office. 2020-12-22: Dear Sir, The working group says. In the Ghosn case, all of Japan's relevant prosecutors

To the White House officials!

I've been emailing every day since President Trump took office.
President Trump said of the "miscarriage of justice" in the "immigration law violation case."
"I promise you a satisfying solution," signed and replied to me.
White House staff should "fulfill" President Trump before he leaves the White House!
The United Nations Commission on Human Rights reported that Carlos Ghosn was "not guilty."
The White House should urgently release the "father and son" who helped Carlos Ghosn.
If the problem persists, the Biden administration should take over.


2020-12-22: Dear Sir,
The working group says. In the Ghosn case, all of Japan's relevant prosecutors
and judges (and police officers) committed unfair acts at "all stages" despite "no logical necessity."
They arrested and detained Mr. Ghosn "for their own convenience." In other words,
there was a human rights violation.
The United Nations Working Group has stated
that the deprivation of Carlos Ghosn's liberty violates Articles 9, 10 and 11 of the Universal Declaration
of Human Rights. They said they violated Articles 9, 10,
and 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and were arbitrary.
It is exactly the same as the 2010 "Assistance Case for Violation of Immigration Control Act".
Everyone, please see the "indictment". The criminal grounds of the indictment are not guilty.
This is clearly evidenced by the 2017 Immigration Control Act amendment.
This is the Japanese judicial system. They make "non-criminal acts" into "arbitrarily" criminal acts ".
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Part 1 Ghosn's attorneys François Jimerley
and Jessica Finnell said the opinion was "a courageous decision that would be a decisive turning point."
And that's what we've been "condemning" since the moment Carlos Ghosn was arrested.
In other words, it "clearly established" arbitrary detention,
fair "denial of judicial rights", and disgraceful "poor treatment".

The Working Group will conduct a complete
and independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding Carlos Ghosn's arbitrary detention
and take appropriate action against those responsible for infringing his rights. I want you to do it surely.
The experts in the subcommittee worked on materials provided by unnamed "sources".
But with respect to the information source and the Government of Japan,
the information regarding take any such measures, including compensation, are "request" to provide within six months
The future response of the Japanese government, the prosecution, the police, and the judiciary will be watched.

On November 18, 2016, the "Law for Partial Revision
of the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act" was enacted
at the 192nd Extraordinary Diet Session and promulgated on the 28th of the same month (Act No. 88 of 2016). ..
The revised Immigration Control Act stipulates
that persons who have obtained a status of residence by deception
or other wrongful means (false application) are subject to penalties (Article 70, Paragraph 1, Item 2-2 of the Act).
In addition, with the establishment of the new provision, those
who have facilitated the execution of the act of the provision for the purpose of profit,
that is, not only the broker, but also the workplace, attorney,
administrative scrivener, school staff, etc. who participated
in the false application "Application agent" was also subject to penalties (Article 74-6 of the Act).

I will write tomorrow, too.

The amendment of the Immigration Control Act in January 2017 states
that "I am not guilty" as the reason for the amendment.
Reason: Amend from "cannot be punished" to "can be punished".
It is a false charge. Thank you to everyone in the international community.
However, the Japanese government has not yet apologized. See below for the indictment. (Japanese)

Part 2 See below.

Best regards.

Yasuhiro Nagano

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