Korea refutes Japanese PM’s remarks on wartime sexual slavery

Japan should resolve a long-standing grievance regarding Korean women forced to serve as sex slaves during World War II through a sincere apology and compensation, a senior Seoul official said Monday, refuting published remarks on the matter by Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda.

The issue of Japan’s wartime sexual enslavement of tens of thousands of Korean women for its front-line soldiers is one of the most emotional and unresolved issues between South Korea and Japan.

Korea has pressed Japan to resolve the issue through an apology and compensation for the aging Korean women on a humanitarian level, but Tokyo refuses to do so, saying the matter was already settled by a 1965 treaty that normalized relations between the two countries

Read more: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2012/09/120_120735.html

South Korea-Japan Tensions Heat Up

SEOUL—South Korea President Lee Myung-bak on Tuesday directed more criticism at Japan and suggested conditions for a hypothetical visit by the Japanese emperor on the eve of the annual commemoration of Korean independence from its former occupier.

The new remarks came just a few days after Mr. Lee angered Tokyo by visiting the Liancourt Rocks, a set of islets South Korea has controlled since the 1950s but that Japan also claims, and just before the August 15 celebration of liberation from Japan at the end of World War II.

Read more: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444318104577588791284405330.html

Hidden Gulag Second Edition (April 10, 2012)

Based on extensive interviews with over 60 defectors and more than 40 satellite photos of North Korean political prisoner camps, the report calls for the dismantlement of the vast North Korean gulag system in which 150,000 to 200,000 are incarcerated.

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Woman calls police . . . is beaten, raped, filleted, and chopped up while waiting for the police to arrive

April 7, 2012 by admin · 1 Comment
Filed under: Kidnapping, Murder, Rape, Torture 

Please read from the bottom of this post. It has been updated several times.

Update: 6:05 A. M., Korea Standard Time, 11 April 2012

Here are a few lies the Suwon police have been caught in:

–We responded within minutes.

Police responded 13 hrs. later. Additionally, when the victim’s sister reported her missing, she was told to go to the local fire station and get the location of her last call, if she does not want to get her sister killed (source–victim’s uncle).

–The emergency call was only a few seconds long.

They changed their story and said that it is 2 minutes. When reporters asked for a copy of the tape, they said it is 4 minutes long. Asked for the details of the last 2 minutes, they said it was silence. It was more than 6 minutes long. The “silence” part is of the dispatcher listening to the killer beating and tying her up. The dispatcher later said he thought it was only rape.

–We dispatched officers within mintues of the call.

The dispatcher did not call officers as they were sleeping. The closest car was about 30 meters or 100 feet from the victim.

–We couldn’t find her because the victim’s directions weren’t detailed enough.

Reporters, using the victim’s directions, were able to find it in about a minute.

–The caller is a prostitute that tried to rip-off the killer.

When asked where they got this information, they said that they got it from their investigation. Pressed further, they said this piece of information came from the killer.

ajosshi.com: Even if she were, it makes no difference.

–When asked to review the CCTV tapes for any evidence, they said that there was nothing out of the ordinary.

What they failed to do was to watch the whole thing. It clearly shows, even in the portion that they did watch, a man beating and dragging a woman. They see nothing out of the ordinary? They should just fuck off! After reviewing the whole tape, the killer is seen ambushing the victim from behind. Nothing out of the ordinary?

–We only searched outside of homes because that’s what the victim said.


In the audio of the emergency call from the victim, the victim says that she’s inside with the door locked. The dispatcher even repeats this (read the transcript below). Another spokesperson for the Suwon police said that they did not want to disturb neighbors. This statement contradicts their first claim.

ajosshi.com: Sorry to say, but I’m sure this list will grow.


Update: 4:14 A. M., Korea Standard Time, 10 April 2012

Abduction video (watch the 2nd video, if this video is slow or does not load)

Update: 6:24 A. M., 9 April 2012, Korea Standard Time

Audio of call to 112 (911 emergency service):


Even if you don’t understand Korean well enough to comprehend everything that’s being said, please listen to the call. You can tell that the police dispatcher escalates the fear the victim feels with his callous tone and stupid, time-wasting questions (are you being raped?, you are telling me you are being raped? , etc. ). As soon as he got the call asking for help, he should have dispatched cars, then done his very best to comfort her.

Also, I transcribed and translated the audio of the call. The versions that I found by the local press were superficial and toned-down.


Female newscaster:  “Can we trust cops like these?” (i.e., callous, inept, dishonest, etc.)

Dispatcher: “It’s 112 Police, please speak.” (That’s the literal translation. What the dispatcher is saying is, “911 Emergency, Describe the nature of your call.”)

 Victim: “I’m before the  Motgol playground. I’m being raped.”

Dispatcher: “Motgol playground?”

Victim: “Yes, Motgol playground.” It’s before the playground, but I don’t know which house it is.”

Dispatcher: “Jidong [school]?”

Victim: “Yes, past Jidong school, a gate, before you get to the playground.”

Dispatcher: “Teacher, I will try and locate you through your phone.” (Koreans commonly address strangers as ”teacher” when they speak with a person they do not know. It’s a way of addressing a stranger with respect.)

Victim: “Yesssssssssssss.”

Dispatcher: “You are being raped?”

Dispatcher: “You are being raped?”

Victim: “Yes, yessssssss.”

Dispatcher: “Don’t you know the exact location?”

Victim: “From the Jidong school, it’s before you get to the Motgol playground.”

Dispatcher: “From the Jidong school. . . .?”

Victim: “Before you get to the playground.”

Dispatcher: “Who?” “Who’s doing this?”

Victim: “Some ajosshi, ajosshi. Hurry, please. Hurry, please. Ajosshi (adressing the dispatcher), hurry, please. Hurry. “

Dispatcher: “How do you know this person?” (Dispatcher barks this question)

Victim: “He’s an ajosshi that I do not know.” (Victim is now crying)

Dispatcher: “How did you get in?” (Asking about the front door)

Victim: “I have the door locked.”

Dispatcher: “You have the door locked?”

Victim: “I, briefly, when the ajosshi (perp) went out, during that time, door, locked it.”

Audio:  door being broken

Dispatcher: Would you tell me, again, about the entrance to that place?”

Audio: Loud slam, door busted.

Victim: “I did wrong, ajosshi, I did wrong.” (Perp is now in the same room.)

Dispatcher: “Hello, please tell me your address again.”

–end of call

Commentator (male voice):

They (police) claim that they dispatched cars within 4 mintues, but could not locate the place. The neighbors have confirmed that the police were not around until the next morning. This confirms that the police did not respond for 13 hours. No cars were ever dispatched after the call by the victim.

We (news station) drove up from the school (on the way to playground) and found the location. It was very obvious the police were/are lying and trying to cover this up.

ajosshi.com: If the cops would have started at the Jidong school, then driven 60 meters, they would have found the locked gate the victim described.  


 Update: 9 April 2012, 3:38 P. M., Korea Standard Time

Perp has now confessed to the killing.

He is claiming that the victim was  a prostitute that tried to rip him off, so that’s why he killed her.


Update: 8 April 2012, 08:38 A. M., Korea Standard Time

Perp’s hobbies (source: police): Alcohol, Brothels, and On-line porn

Victim: 28, College grad (worked and paid her own way), Worked at a factory, Was walking home when she was abducted

The perp claims that he did not know the victim. 



A woman calls the police for help, lets them know that she is being held against her will, and gives them the location. Instead of sending help, the police want to know who this man is and how she met him. This exchange goes on for 4 minutes.

13 hours later, they decide to dispatch a car. The police found the woman beaten, raped, filleted, and chopped up.

Now the police have been caught trying to cover this up.

Here’s the English version: Police can’t save woman after she calls with location


They need to change that article. It should read: Police WON’T save woman after she calls with location


Perp (42)

Married with 2 kids, construction laborer from China (ethnic Korean)


The victim described the entrance gate to the police and told them that it was locked.


He had enough time to get bags from the store  and clean up.

IKea buys wood from slave masters

December 7, 2011 by admin · Comments Off
Filed under: North Korea, Prison Camp, Slave Labor, Torture 

North Korea sell slaves to Russia>Russia uses North Korean slaves to log and mine>Materials worked by slaves sold to Ikea and other industrial buyers.

US regrets soldier’s alleged rape of Korean girl

September 29, 2011 by admin · Comments Off
Filed under: Kidnapping, Rape, Sexual Slavery, Torture, U.S. Policy 

US regrets soldier’s alleged rape of Korean woman girl

Photos of the self-confessed rapist (Korean Sentry)

Update: 5 Oct. 2011, The self-confessed rapist claimed that he was drunk and can’t remember what exactly happend, but now there is proof that he followed the female Korean teen to her apartment. When the rapist got to the female’s apartment, he verified that she was the only one in the apartment by looking for female shoes, before going on his sexually charged and violent rampage on the Korean teen.

There is also proof that the female Korean teen valiantly fought to keep this from happening, but was over-powered by the rapist.

Update: 1 Oct. 2011, The self-confessed rapist is now in the custody of the Korean police.

I’d like to note that Korea is not capable, i.e., it doesn’t have the balls, to try and properly sentence serious crimes by foreigners. In its pursuit to be accepted by the world, it has thrown its own people under the bus. The policy makers in Korea should be ashamed of themselves. Simply put, they are cowards! –ajosshi.com

Update: 30 Sept. 2011, 9:03AM, KST
(This update is based on research done by ajosshi.com)

The perp, “K,” a U.S. Army private, has admitted to making forcible entry into the Korean woman’s apartment, at approximately 4 A.M.. He trapped her in her apartment, then proceeded to beat her with a sharp object, while raping her, over and over, for the next several hours. The Korean woman, now believed to be 17, suffered severe lacerations to her body.


29 Sept. 2011
WASHINGTON (Yonhap) — The U.S. government on Wednesday vowed full cooperation in the investigation into an alleged rape by an American soldier of a young Korean woman near a military base north of Seoul, according to the South Korean Embassy in Washington.

Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Kurt Campbell telephoned Amb. Han Duck-soo hours after a news report that the 21-year-old Army private, assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division in Dongducheon, had raped the 18-year-old woman at around 4 a.m. Saturday.

She was watching television in her rented room in downtown Dongducheon, where several military bases are located, according to investigators.

Police identified the soldier through a closed-circuit television camera installed near the room and informed the U.S. military of the case.

After turning himself in to police, the soldier was quoted as saying that he can’t remember exactly what happened as he was drunk.
Police sent the case to prosecutors.

Campbell expressed regret over the incident in his conversation with the ambassador, the embassy said in a press release.

The assistant secretary also said “the U.S. government will closely cooperate with the South Korean government for thorough investigation into this case,” it added.

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