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Japan is Making Sincere Efforts?
October 2nd, 2010

The recent AP article run in the Japan Times on 10/1/2010 states, “The Japanese Embassy said in a statement that Japan is sympathetic to the plight of children caught in custody battles between Japanese and American citizens and ‘is continuing to make sincere efforts to deal with this issue from the standpoint that the welfare of the child should be of the utmost importance.‘”

US House of Representatives H. Res. 1326, which demands Japan put an end to child abuse in its country in the form of child abduction and access denial, elicited the Japanese embassy response. The resolution passed by vast majority at 416 to 1, with 15 votes not recorded. Here is what two members of the House of Representatives had to say when presenting H. Res. 1326 on the floor. You decide.

View the entire presentation of H. Res. 1326 here.

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  5. Today the United States Congress is Addressing Child Abduction to Japan

3 Responses  
  • Flash writes:
    November 17th, 20107:33 pmat

    Hello.Here is article of Japan Times writing by Amy Savoie(wife of Christpher Savoie who abducted child)

    “Japan must end the scourge of parental child abduction”

    http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fl20101109hn.html

  • Mark Redmond writes:
    January 29th, 201312:12 pmat

    Hello My Son has recently been abducted In Japan..He was racially abused by his Japanese Grandparents..to shame him into submission..and I have been threatened with violence by the Japanese police…The Japanese government is totally responsible in torture of fellow humans…Their racism and this culture represents the lowest level ever seen in the history of all humankind…The officials watched my pain and his own Japanese Grandparents bragged of their deeds..for which they were applauded as good Japanese because these foreigners had fought against Japan in the 2WW…While asking for US Support against China..the duplicity is shown done with such confidence ..they are totally protected and their actions hidden by school authorities and local governments…The world will know…

  • Tim Johnston writes:
    January 31st, 201412:00 amat

    Japan hasn’t helped me reach any sort of resolve with my Son.
    Japan has been a black hole for Abduction and alienation. I live in the same town as my son, but have no access to him because of Japans one sided law which give the mother all the rights.
    A clear violation of a loving parent.
    Being a U.S.citizen the U.S. should put sanctions on Japan until they get with the 21st century and give Fathers equal rights. Any country that denies this right shouldn’t be an ally and shouldn’t be granted international assistance..
    Tim Johnston Japan
    Kai Endo Japan


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