Dreams

Saturday afternoon, Tried to sleep, head pulsating, aching eyes, two burn circles of squint Laying out, flat on my back In half-lit room, book sliding off, THUMP to the floor like a closing door, Blanket pulled out, sheet twisted around leg, Brown gourd-like lamp on chair wobbling T-shirts strewn Blue court paper file under glasses … More Dreams

Story of Japanese Family Court “Investigation” – Alex’s Story – Child Abduction is State Policy in Japan, Part 3

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. Maya Angelou 1 How is it possible to convey the corrupt  practices of Japanese state sponsorship of child abduction?  This story below is from a fellow left-behind parent living in Japan. His name is Alex.  I’m appalled by what Alex has experienced; his … More Story of Japanese Family Court “Investigation” – Alex’s Story – Child Abduction is State Policy in Japan, Part 3

Letter from a Japanese Prison – Child Abduction is State Policy in Japan, Part 2

This letter was written just days ago by a non-Japanese father who has been in a Japanese prison for 7 months for the crime of trying to see his two-year old child. Read and learn what justice means to the United States’ supposed ally and strategic partner. by FreeNathanael Teutle Retamoza on Friday, June 24, … More Letter from a Japanese Prison – Child Abduction is State Policy in Japan, Part 2

Victims of a Safe Society – Child Abduction is State Policy, Part 1

1 Below is an article which appeared some time ago  in the LA Times. Reasonable people might assume that once this injustice had been made public, it should have been subject to reform. However, that is not the case. Human rights reports continue to decry the state of police practice and lack of fundamental protection … More Victims of a Safe Society – Child Abduction is State Policy, Part 1