- Threatening Korean residents in Japan leads ex-city worker to prison for 1 year.
- A Kawasaki city resident has been accused of sending ‘annihilate’ postcards to Korean residents.
- Yokohama District Court’s Kawasaki branch prosecutors asked to send the accused for 2 years in prison.
- The presiding judge for the case was Kenichi Emi.
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