US soldiers stationed in Japan drink private houses in the second year of high school girls hold their sisters to jump to the window to escape

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US soldiers stationed in Japan drink private houses in the second year of high school girls hold their sisters to jump to the window to escape

2018-09-21 20:25:05 101 ℃

According to Japanese media reports, on September 19, through local protests to the Okinawa Defense Agency, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan At about 10:30 pm on September 7th, there was an incident in which a US soldier invaded a house. There was only one girl in the high school and a baby girl born in the past five months. Fearing the killing of the invaded soldiers, the girl picked up her sister and fled from the window barefoot, then hid in the neighbor's house.

The suspect in this private residence is the Army's top soldier (23 years old) who is affiliated with the US military's Kadena base. Before the incident, he Drinking with a few people at a friend's house, then leaving alone. At that time, the person was drunk, and the upper body did not wear clothing. After knocking on the victim's house exterior and the car, he broke into the victim's home without a lock. Although the girl fled to the neighbor's house, her body kept trembled. Fortunately, girls and babies were not injured.

According to the reading of the village office, the girl was unable to attend the class due to the shock after the incident.

Interim meeting of residents of Yomitan Village on the 19th The opinions and resolutions that protested the invasion of the US soldiers by the US soldiers were unanimously adopted. The resolution stated: "We must not forgive the atrocities that threaten the villagers to stabilize and stabilize their lives." Yomitan proposed to compensate the victims and make a thorough revision of the Japan-US Status Agreement.

On the same day, the conference delegate and the village of Shigayamura Ling Yan visited the Director of the Defense Bureau, Mr. Hiroyuki Hiroyuki, and protested to him. The lieutenant said: "We regret this. We will certainly give compensation."

On the same day, Shiling village chief also visited Theodore of the 10th Regional Support Force of the US Army. White, the commander, and protested to him. After apologizing, Commander White said: "The things that individuals do have a bad influence on the organization."

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