Saturday, December 5, 2009

Black Crime Wave In Japan

Four black teenagers tried to kill a woman in Japan by stretching a rope accross a road. A motorcyclist ran into the rope and crashed, suffering a serious head injury.

While the news reports don't mention race, the fact that race was not mentioned is proof enough. The U.S. government tried to shield the thugs, but they eventually turned the teenagers over to Japanese police. Interstingly enough, the Japanese went to extraordinary lengths to prohibit photography of the thugs, even creating a tarpulin covered entrance to the police station. The ever politically correct U.S. military also did their best by bringing the thugs to the police in a blacked out van. You can see the video on NHK. Sorry no link.

Initially, the U.S. government tried to argue that the thugs were protected from arrest by a treaty that regulates criminal proceedings against military personnel in Japan. Though they are dependants, and one is an adult, the U.S. government thought that they enjoyed the same protections, but, of course, that is not true, as the treaty does not cover civilian employees of the U.S. government in Japan or any other person.

Black crime is a continual problem in foreign countries with a U.S. military presence, both military personnel and dependants. It seems that that is our only export.

See these other black crimes in Japan and Korea:

It is bad enough that we have to suffer from black crime here, but why are we loosing friends and gaining enemies by this export of black criminals.

Note that one of the first group of thugs was an adult. Why was he overseas as a dependant at all?

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