Japan PM war slavery denial uncovers old pain
TOKYO, Japan (AP) -- Yasuji Kaneko, 87, still remembers the screams of the countless women
he raped in China as a soldier in the Japanese imperial army in World War II.
Some were teenagers from Korea serving as sex slaves in military-run brothels. Others were
women in villages he and his comrades pillaged in eastern China.
"They cried out, but it didn't matter to us whether the women lived or died," Kaneko said in an interview
with The Associated Press at his Tokyo home. "We were the emperor's soldiers. Whether in military
brothels or in the villages, we raped without reluctance."March 3, 2007CNN com
He was really a nasty guy, wasn't he?
In the book called Emperor's army, on the part accusing 731 troop, he tesitified
he was ordered to spread cholera vibrio
In the site that accuses Nanjing massacre, he is quoted as saying in Nanjing massacre he set fire on the civilian houses.
In the site revealing comfort statoin, he testified he tranferred comfort women.
His evil acts is beyond description. He raped women in China, tranfered comfort women, spread the poison gas with 731 troop, set fire on civilian houses in Nanjing Massacre. How can he stay alive?
He was at the every place notorious for the Japanese atrocity. He is super evil----but some people are wondering how we can trust the story of such a man.
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