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Posted on 05/28/2012 6:11:21 PM PDT by AmericanInTokyo
Two American men, a high-profile dancer & a teenage musician, have been arrested by Tokyo police investigating the murder of an Irish student apparently strangled to death in a luxury Tokyo hotel. Nicola Furlong, 21, was found dead in the early hours of Thursday morning after she attended a Nicki Minaj concert with a female friend, also a 21-year-old Irish student.Dancer James Blackston, 23, and a 19-year-old male musician, who has not been identified by police, have been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting Ms Furlong's friend in a taxi on the way to the hotel. Police are investigating whether the two men plied the two women with alcohol or spiked their drinks before taking them to the Keio Plaza in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo after the concert. Ms Furlong was found unconscious in a room after another guest alerted staff to a loud noise. The two men were arrested at the shortly afterwards by officers, the Independent reported. A spokesperson for Tokyo Metropolitan Police said of the alleged sexual attack on Ms Furlong's friend: 'These two men allegedly took advantage of a female unable to resist due to the fact she was in a comatose state from a highly alcoholic beverage. 'On a taxi ride between Shibuya and Shinjuku they took advantage of a woman by touching her body. As that is an indecent act, they have been charged with quasi forcible indecency.' State Department officials confirmed the arrests. It is believed the 19-year-old, identified by some reports as Larry Perry, was with Ms Furlong when she was found, Kyodo News reported. The death came just hours after the two women, who were both studying in Japan, attended the Nicki Minaj concert in Tokyo, reports claiming that they missed their last train home.
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Anyone know what that symbol is he is making with his fingers in the picture with the green cap?
We could learn a lot from Japan.
I don’t disagree with it. Prisons are a civilized society’s version of exile and should be treated as such.
I saw the MSM reports today as well.
I assumed the dancer was a Fred Astaire look-alike, since they showed no photos.
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Luis Armstrong was at one time an Ambassador of American culture. with some official title like that. Now we export illiterate ghetto thugs.
Nicki Minaj looks like Flip Wilson.
Great! Piss off the Japanese and the Irish.....so glad the World loves us again. /s
“Anyone know what that symbol is he is making with his fingers in the picture with the green cap?”
Good question! Those thug-types have a whole range of finger gestures, probably some form of sign language (having its roots in Mother Africa, no doubt/s;)
And too good for a murderer, at that.
Maybe the Black Panthers can take on the responsibility of caring for him.
Thanks for the pics — very illuminating. But I have to ask: in the first photo, with all the females in hot pants — is that one in the middle, in the big blonde wig, actually a guy? I can’t tell.
I guess “ Jungle Fever” can sometimes be fatal.
Our daughter and I were in Tokyo in the summer of 2005, and we had a wonderful time! The people were very friendly, and were even patient with us when we murdered the language trying to speak a few phrases. We’d love to go back sometime.
CNN love to leave out the (black, Hispanic, Muslim) guy.
But of course. To include it steps all over their own narrative and victim’s consciousness, such as what is part and parcel of every DNA molecule of Soledad O’Brien.
Not in the last 200 years, maybe they get 2000 calories minimum daily in the feds. Some state joints may limit intake of some items, jails are more strict (less funding overall) Third world countries still practice eat what you can get.
CNN tries not to show black perps. It might be a bad reflection on their president.
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