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    Japan’s most reviled serial killer Tsutomu Miyazaki,– a “cannibal nerd” who preyed on primary-school girls and drank their blood – has been executed in Tokyo.

    The hanging of 45-year old Tsutomu Miyazaki brings to 13 the number of death-row inmates who have faced the gallows since last August: a pace that has provoked rising criticism of Japan’s new justice minister, Kunio Hatoyama.

    But even amid growing public discomfort in Japan over the continued use of the death penalty, the hanging of Miyazaki raised few little in the way of condemnation.

    His crimes may have taken place two decades ago, but the mere mention of Miyazaki’s name remains sickening for many Japanese. Unrepentant throughout his long run of trials and appeals, Miyazaki entered Japan’s public consciousness as one of the worst monsters the country had produced.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle4156285.ece
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    I didn't know that Japan had the death penalty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    I didn't know that Japan had the death penalty.
    Hang_em indoors with little public notice.TOJO and the rest convicted by the war crimes tribunal all were hung !
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Japan’s most reviled serial killer Tsutomu Miyazaki,– a “cannibal nerd” who preyed on primary-school girls and drank their blood – has been executed in Tokyo.

    The hanging of 45-year old Tsutomu Miyazaki brings to 13 the number of death-row inmates who have faced the gallows since last August: a pace that has provoked rising criticism of Japan’s new justice minister, Kunio Hatoyama.

    But even amid growing public discomfort in Japan over the continued use of the death penalty, the hanging of Miyazaki raised few little in the way of condemnation.

    His crimes may have taken place two decades ago, but the mere mention of Miyazaki’s name remains sickening for many Japanese. Unrepentant throughout his long run of trials and appeals, Miyazaki entered Japan’s public consciousness as one of the worst monsters the country had produced.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle4156285.ece
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    Quote Originally Posted by asdf2231 View Post
    Wierd looking critter ain't he !
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    I didn't know that Japan had the death penalty.
    They certainly do. Japan knows what to do with scum like him.

    Of course in the "enlightened" European Union with its so called "human rights" you can't punish criminals.

    Hence why many European people are emigrating.
    Find out what is really happening in Europe: what the European leaders don't want you to read

    http://www.free-europe.org/blog/english.php

    I support victims rights

    http://www.prodeathpenalty.com/
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