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    Japan Executions - 2015

    Japan executes murderer

    Japan on Thursday executed a man who robbed and killed a woman after plotting the crime with accomplices he met online.

    The execution brings to 12 the total number of death sentences carried out since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took power in 2012.

    Tsukasa Kanda, 44, was hanged for killing 31-year-old Rie Isogai in Nagoya, central Japan, in 2007.

    He met his two accomplices via a mobile phone-based web service and the three of them together devised a plan to target a random woman victim.

    The men kidnapped Isogai from a Nagoya street and suffocated her by wrapping her head and neck with a plastic bag, adhesive tape and rope, before battering her head with a hammer, according to Justice Ministry records.

    "This was an extremely brutal case that brought unimaginable suffering to the victim and her family," Justice Minister Yoko Kamikawa told a press briefing after the execution, the first since she came to office in October last year.

    "After a series of careful reviews, I ordered the execution," she said.

    Kanda's accomplices are serving life sentences.

    Kanda did not appeal his death sentence after the original district court ruling.

    Japan and the United States are the only major advanced industrial nations that continue to have capital punishment.

    Surveys have shown the death penalty has overwhelming public support, despite repeated protests from European governments and human rights groups.

    International advocacy groups say Japan's system is cruel because inmates can wait for their executions for many years in solitary confinement and are only told of their impending death a few hours ahead of time.

    http://m.jacarandafm.com/post/japan-executes-murderer/
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    Two Death Row Inmates Hanged in Japan

    Japan executed two prisoners sentenced to death by hanging on Thursday bringing to 14 the total number of executions by the Government of the current Prime Minister, the conservative Shinzo Abe, according to the public broadcaster NHK.

    The previous execution that materialized in the Asian country took place on 25 June, when applied to a 44-year-old man convicted of murder.

    Japan is the only country industrialized along with United States maintaining the death penalty, and humanitarian organizations regularly pressuring Tokyo to abolish the death penalty, while the Government insists that the debate is not necessary given the majority support that polls (of around 80%).

    One of those executed is Sumitoshi Tsuda, 63-year-old, convicted of the murder of three people in the city of Kawasaki (to the South of Tokyo), in 2009.

    Tsuda was the first person sentenced to capital punishment in Japan with the people's jury system, implemented do little more than five years in the Asian country.

    The other executed is Kazuyuki Wakabayashi, 38-year-old, and sentenced for the murder of a woman and her daughter, whose home in the Iwate (northeast of Japan) came apparently to steal.

    This Thursday are the first death sentences that signs the current Justice Minister Nippon Mitsuhide Iwaki, who agreed to the charge last October after the last government reshuffle.

    Japan, inmates communicates them will be hanged just hours before the execution, a practice harshly criticized by the psychological burden on inmates, some of whom spend decades detained and isolated without knowing when the death penalty is applied.

    http://www.elespectador.com/noticias...rticulo-606352

    (The only English article didn't have as much information as this.)
    Last edited by Mike; 12-17-2015 at 09:35 PM.
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