After a rally and march against the exclusion of Korean schools from the "tuition-free" policy today, I talked with a freelance journalist. According to his sources, the Ghanaian who died after having been "restrained" by immigration officers at Narita on March 22 had been living in Japan for about 20 years; he also might have filed a lawsuit for his stay a few years ago. This information is not based on my own research, and I cannot confirm it, but it's good to know there's a journalist interested in this case, so I thought maybe I should share it with those who care about him. He also suggested this sort of thing tends to get lost in the dark without proper investigation in this country, so I think an international pressure would be vital. Has this incident been reported in a foreign newspaper? If so, please let me know, and I'll inform the Japanese corporate media as well as that freelance journalist and human rights organizations.
投稿者 Yujiro Tsuneno 時刻: 1:31 AM