Japan executed the first foreigner
Japan executed the first foreigner |After 10 years Japan executed the first foreigner. Japan executed the first foreigner in 10 years TOKYO Japan executed the first foreigner in the last 10 years. It should be noted that in 2003, a person from China was guilty of murder and robbery of a family of four. He said the Chinese man’s sentence was pending for the last 16 years. It is thought that the Chinese resident was accused of killing two children, including a clothing store owner and his wife, at a house in Fukuoka. Japan’s Minister of Justice said at a news conference that the body of Yiwi and two Chinese accomplices were tied to heavyweight and thrown into the sea. It should be noted that the other two accomplices of the main criminal were tried in China in which one was sentenced to life imprisonment and the other to death. Japan maintained the death penalty despite international criticism. Masako Mori said he signed the execution order after careful scrutiny following international criticism of the death penalty. He said that Japan is a law-enforcement country and the execution is based on the criminal justice system.
He said the robbery and murder was a very cruel case in which killed 4 innocent people of a prosperous family. According to Japan’s Kyodo News Agency, two Wii aides were tried in China, where one was sentenced to death and the other to life imprisonment. Amnesty International, on the other hand, said that the execution had led to an abnormal decline in the rights of life in Japan. Japan has shown that it lags far behind most of its partner countries, said Arnold Feng, a researcher at Amnesty International’s East Asia. More than 100 countries abolished the death penalty, he said. According to the Ministry of Justice, a total of 112 crimes in Japan are awaiting the death penalty, with 84 people seeking re-trial. It should be noted that Japan and the United States are in the group of 7 developed countries where the death penalty remains. It should be noted that in Japan, the execution is done in secret and the offender is informed the same day that the offender is executed. Since 2007, Japan has begun to give details of the names of those executed and some of their crimes, but the details are still very limited. It is to be noted that since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s return to power in 2012, the government has executed 39 people.