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    I live in a small town in hyogo prefecture
    About 1 month ago a woman was being chased by a man who was trying to attack her. She ran to the koban for help, went inside, but as usual noone was there. The man followed her inside and attacked and raped her in the koban.
    it wasnt an out of the way koban, but at one of the main intersections across from Coop..
    Police still dont have any leads, although I know there is a camera in the koban.
    It didnt really hit the news either

  • #2
    What?. What a pathetic story that is !!!!. A kouban without a police......running in to a convenience store would have been safer. Seriously, what's going on in Japan lately?. Foxy49

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    • #3
      Cops are prolly too busy looking for foreign visa-overstayers and stopping random gaijin on bikes. These J-cops are pathetic. Inefficient and racist. One of these I can forgive, but both together? No way!

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      • #4
        A woman being raped in Japan?!?! What, never!!!! Seriously though, I think Japan is much more dangerous for your average beautiful woman than it is for your average male gaijin. The fact of the matter is that the police here don't really give a ____ about solving a crime. They're too busy spending hours 'investigating' a low speed car crash in which the fault isn't contested. When I saw the amount of police hours that went into the low speed collision my gf was in I was in shock... This was around the time that a seven year old girl was kidnapped, strangled, had her teeth pulled out, and drowned, IN THE SAME DISTRICT, WHILE THE KILLER WAS STILL AT LARGE.

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        • #5
          Yeah that case with the little girl was sick:-( And did you see the guy they arrested for it? Looked a right weirdo, like one of them otaku hikikomori types who can't interact with society on any meaningful level. Creepy, dead eyes....

          Still he's not been found guilty yet, so he could be innocent....still looks like a creepy, otaku ____ though!

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          • #6
            i wouldnt hold my breath

            the guy who killed and ate several preschool girls about 20 years ago still hasnt been properly convicted ...forget his name but he was an anime otaku

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            • #7
              Originally posted by eku
              the guy who killed and ate several preschool girls about 20 years ago still hasnt been properly convicted ...forget his name but he was an anime otaku
              I think you are referring to Miyazaki Tsutomu who killed several six year old girls and left the bones of one girl outside her parents house with a note. One sick mother if you ask me.

              He has been convicted and now on death row but no idea when he will be executed though

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              • #8
                Check this out about that Miyazaki... what a sick fack:

                http://www.charlest.whipple.net/miyazaki.html

                What's worse is the pathetic response of the cops. Their bungling and indifference let this sicko do two more murders when he should have been caught easily after the first two!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jonnyrobinson
                  Yeah that case with the little girl was sick:-( And did you see the guy they arrested for it? Looked a right weirdo, like one of them otaku hikikomori types who can't interact with society on any meaningful level. Creepy, dead eyes....

                  Still he's not been found guilty yet, so he could be innocent....still looks like a creepy, otaku ____ though!
                  Yeah, my grilfriends first comment when she saw that guy was something along those lines. Crazy, creepy, hentai looking guy. I believe they do have DNA evidence though (in addition to him supposedly bragging to others about the crime), so if that is true I doubt that he's innocent. Anyway, at least we know that traffic violations will be thorougly prosecuted.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah, I know the basis of justice is innocent until proven guilty, but more often than not, when you see the faces and particularly the eyes of people arrested for heinous crimes (like that the guy they got for the Nara case) you just 'feel' they did it. I guess its intuition. Wouldn't stand up in a court of law though... At the very least, even if the guy didn't do the crime he is arrested for, something about such a face just screams: "Do not invite this guy round for tea and crumpets"!

                    As my wife said when she saw that guy's face who was arrested for the Nara girl murder, "his eyes are cold, dead, and un-loving,".

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                    • #11
                      Actually Madmaxxam, maybe our J-partner's are more tuned into analysing Japanese faces, so they can quickly say 'he's a creep', 'she's intelligent', etc. Similarly, when I see western faces I find myself speculating a lot more on the nature of that person. But with Japanese faces, at least until recently, I find it really hard to 'read' them as it were. Maybe I'll get better at it as time goes by. It's worrying though, coz I wouldn't wanna start getting friendly with somebody who turns out to be a secret kiddie porn aficionado!

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                      • #12
                        ____e, I'm confusing even myself! What I mean to say is that I often instinctively 'feel' that a suspect did it when I see their faces back in my home country. Whereas here, when my wife said that about the J-guy who was arrested in the Nara case, I just thought, "well ____ honey, I see plenty of guys who look like that on the train into work!" I need to start reading Japanese faces more...

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                        • #13
                          a good friend of mine is a detective in Tokai. He is transfered every 3 years. What the #$@ is that ??? Just as soon as he learns the environs he gets moved. Now he has no desk. How can he do proper police work without a desk ?
                          Most Koban offices I see are empty, so I am not in the least bit surprised the one this unfortunate woman chose to flee to was unoccupied. The rapist must have been one sick #$%@ to attack her in the bloody koban building!
                          As far as "reading" someone from the face I would suggest following this simple process. If a Japanese person does what they say they will do. Then keep them as a trusted friend. If they fail to follow through with a plan find another buddy. (unless she or he is extremely cute)

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                          • #14
                            Loved the bit on the news recently about that sick ____ who keep a young girl hostage for 3 months! The police found over 1000, yup 1000 "adult" video games that feature "assualt" and "containment". According to the news "the police are looking into the games to see if they have any connection to the crime" !?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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                            • #15
                              In our local video store (not even out the back behind the curtain) I came across one which , judging by its cover , detailed the thrills and spills of Japanese officers and their female Korean captives,circa WW2. I could not fecken believe it. The level of serious sexual violence in porn over here is really scary.

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