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Police have arrested a teacher for filming himself raping some 70 schoolgirls, who had apparently been selling their bodies online only to be tricked into meeting him so he could drug them for sex.

According to investigators, the 56-year-old Tokyo middle school teacher was found to be in possession of 150 DVDs, 100 of which contained recordings he had made of himself sexually assaulting young women. Police estimate at least 70 of the films involved minors, as they helpfully came with school names and years.

In addition, searches of his phone and PC turned up 1800 email addresses thought to be connected to the case.

Police finally cottoned on to his antics when the case of a 15-year-old girl he had drugged and ravished in a Shinjuku hotel came to light.

His modus operandi was apparently simply to pick up girls prostituting themselves on deaikei sites – in the case which came to light, he introduced himself with “I’m Hiro, 32. Won’t you meet me in the city for ¥80,000?”

He then asked the girl to send him pictures of herself topless. She sent him the pictures, but declined to meet him. Over the next 2 days he sent approximately 100 mails demanding she meet him and threatening to make public the pictures she had sent him.

She finally caved and agreed to meet him, which led to her being drugged and assaulted.

Still she did not report the matter – only when she had returned home only to find him demanding to meet her again whilst threatening to come to her house or tell her school did she finally opt to report the matter to police.

The fact that most of his victims were schoolgirls selling their bodies online likely contributed to their reluctance to report the incidents – although such prostitutes are treated as victims rather than criminals, even reporting unsuccessful efforts at blackmail would lead to police or parents investigating what the girl was doing on such a site in the first place, leading to counselling, shame and a loss of future income.

It is not clear whether he actually paid any of his later victims for their services as agreed, although if he was offering ¥80,000 (well over the going rate) it seems unlikely, and the extremely high figure likely attracted particularly gullible or greedy girls who could ill afford the attention, to say nothing of his efforts to harass and blackmail them.

He admits the charges:

“I’ve been using child prostitutes for the past 10 years. 4 or 5 years ago I started targeting 14 or 15-year-old girls who do as they’re told, and blackmailing them. Seeing the ‘other face’ of girls the same age as my pupils was especially arousing. I would enjoy watching the DVDs later.”

Police are investigating the full scope of his activities.

The local school board apologised for employing a serial child rapist as a teacher, calling it “exceedingly regrettable”:

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    Comment by Anonymous
    18:10 29/06/2011 # ! Quality (+1.0)

    Apparantly, every minor girl in Tokyo sells their body for money.

    Or so at least you could start to conclude after reading sankakucomplex over a year.

    Comment by Anonymous
    09:24 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    Since it's so expensive to live in Japan, who wouldnt sell their body for easy money. I wouldnt mind being a gigglo if some females was to hire me in Japan haha.

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    Comment by Ido
    03:42 13/07/2011 # ! Good (+0.4)

    I think that's what I'll do once I get to live in Japan, I'll go sell my body and becoming Japan number 1 gigolo lol.

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    Comment by Sandalphon
    13:58 13/08/2011 # ! Good (+0.4)

    You're probably thinking you'd be hired by hot girls only, just like these girls thought they'd get hired by hot men.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:18 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    It's SENSATIONAL!... -ism.

    Comment by Dark Mage
    14:53 29/06/2011 # ! Quality (+1.0)

    I guess the Tokyo police are more competent then the Osaka police they actually caught a real sex offender.

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    Comment by SaltyPenguin
    15:23 29/06/2011 # ! Quality (+1.0)

    It's rare, but it happens every once and a while.

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    Comment by akhmed
    10:49 01/07/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    wow im shocked

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    Comment by Gitami
    08:09 30/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.6)

    I guess no one was asking for directions.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:23 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    or the nearby mcdonalds :s.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:55 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Or for help while naked in a changing room.

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    Comment by Nick
    19:17 29/06/2011 # ! Quality (+0.8)

    I am bothered that no one prosecutes the girls for committing underage prostitution!
    Thus the conclusion is - underage prostitution is OK, but paying for it is NOT !?

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    Comment by Elcachetondelpuro
    02:58 30/06/2011 # ! Quality (+0.8)

    It's called double standars & feminazis love them when they favor ho's ¬_¬

    Comment by Anonymous
    04:58 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    Weren't you a homosexual about a month ago? Got tired of the downvotes eh?

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    Comment by Elcachetondelpuro
    12:15 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    No, that's you.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:00 02/07/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    Your conclusion does not make logical sense.

    Perhaps looking at the words "under age" will help you modify your conclusion... In any sense, a child voluntarily having under-aged sex should not be dealt with in a legal framework. Perhaps better parenting...

    Comment by Anonymous

    wanna fill jails with underaged girls or risk them being kiled/abused because they are too scared to go to the authorities for help ? you sir are a fucking , dumb cunt .

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:38 01/07/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    your the idiot here, nobody said anything about criminalizing being a rape victim, rape and prostitution are not the same. and they wouldn't be in such potentially dangerous situations if they didn't start trying to sell themselves in the first place.

    the police letting these dumb whores off with not so much as slap on the wrist is essentially sending a message to all the kids in schools, saying "selling yourself is ok!! its only illegal for men, go sell yourself to dirty old men if you want a new purse!!"

    nowhere in any of the above posts did they mention jail sentences for minors which is illegal in the first place, house arrest or possibly girls juvenile hall for repeat offenders would be the worst they'd get.

    that you assume these things without any evidence at all clearly tells me how much of an idiot you are. I suggest you wash the sound out of your vag and actually try reading the posts before making wild accusations.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:13 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.6)

    now that was somebody worth arresting

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    Comment by GTR
    12:04 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.6)

    and no 2D material was uncovered?

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    Comment by YakomoFujikawa
    12:08 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.7)

    somewhere, somehow there will be a group of assholes who will pin the blame on hentai or anime in general.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:15 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.6)

    There'll always be those kinds of people. Take our resident closet lolicon, Ishihara, as one big example.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:12 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    Police later found an Ishihara rape novel tucked between the culprits mattress leading investigators to determine that this was, infact, the smoking gun...

    Comment by Anonymous
    13:34 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.1)

    Later police discovered he had a single loli hentai picture in his temp history from an image search of underage girls. The crimes, clearly caused by this picture, become the main case against hentai

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    Comment by Sup t(^.^t)
    22:45 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    One of the rare times when I feel shutup-ed and cant comment :D

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    Comment by HouseLife
    18:02 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    @ Anon 15:12

    Why the hell were you downvoted? That shit was cash ^^

    Comment by Anonymous

    Anyhow, what is Ishihara doing to frak our entertainment now?

    Comment by Dark Mage
    14:51 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Of course there is always some dumb ass who will blame something for a persons bad behavior.

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    Comment by kazaza2
    00:46 30/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.4)

    @ Diemeow23

    Many Japanese schoolgirls are obsessed with owning designer goods, which are obviously very expensive. I guess some of them believe the easiest and most lucrative way of obtaining a lot of money quickly is by prostitution.

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    Comment by Diemeow23
    18:08 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.4)

    Wow! them magical downvote fairies sure are busy today -_- (watch as I disappear! X3)

    But seriously, I'm more worried about the fact that there were over 70 school girls, is Japan life that hard or are young ones just that excited? Desperate enough to have this guy(abomination) be their first.

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:43 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    @Diemeow23
    they are just that greedy, that's all there is to it

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    Comment by wargalley20011
    23:05 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    I'm sure Hentai will be blamed in his trial.

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:17 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    if he had 2D material he wouldn't rape 3D girls, d'oh! -____-

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    Comment by kamiru
    13:29 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    you mean there was no rapelay game in his possession? impossible!

    Comment by Anonymous

    Betcha the perp must have read a lot of loli mangas for inspiration and helpful tips before carrying out the real thing.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:42 29/06/2011 # ! Drivel (-0.7)

    a god amongst men

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    Comment by Elcachetondelpuro
    02:43 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    No... an hero ;)

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    Comment by Spigot
    14:31 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.6)

    I remember hearing how even though Japan has a low rape rate, the low reporting rates skew the stats a lot and it's actually really high.

    I used to view it with suspicion but after hearing absurd cases like this from Japan time after time I have to wonder if it's true...

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:51 29/06/2011 # ! Quality (+1.0)

    This actually is the case everywhere. However it is known that the Japanese are very unlikely to report cases of crime than other countries. Duely to fear that they themselves will be in hot water should they do so. It's pretty much a general Asian thing when look at it.

    But that's where the question begins. What reasons would the so called "victims" have, to not report crimes? Statistics are great for appoximations when it comes to society. But that's it.

    Take for example here in the UK. Recorded cases of rape skyrocketed a decade ago. But many cases became false accusations when they were actually looked into. Now whenever a case of rape surfaces, it's looked with suspicion. Many women/girls are now afraid that they themselves was the catalyst that led to the rape in the first place because...well they probably was. Femnazi's will say otherwise obviously.

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    Comment by HouseLife
    17:12 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.4)

    It is something that must be looked at honestly in the near future to truly balance the idea of sex crimes. I've said it before here, but women having no ability to take responsibility for what happened to them should they be raped is not actually a good thing. They lose all ability to take control of their lives and they suddenly become terrified that it can happen anytime, anywhere, and can cease to function. To treat a rape victim as completely unable to recognize if they could have done something differently to prevent it, like locked a door, walked with a friend, gone a different route through a neighborhood that isn't so bad, is to remove their power completely and truly put them in a state of 'having been raped' rather than 'forced to have sex.' They are completely different, because the former is a state of victimhood. The latter is an event that has no meaning unless your mind adds meaning to it. Things like the above, if women are counseled to recognize things that they could control in the scenario, they can actually take responsibility without BLAMING themselves, which is the key. Blaming yourself is useless, recognizing how to learn from something is where you gain power from it, no matter what it is.

    That is in the case of random street assaults and the like. In terms of situations where a woman changes her mind afterward, that really must be given a completely different name. Because it is not, and is never rape. If a guy can convince a girl to sleep with him and she regrets it later, it's her mistake, not his. He was just a good salesman and gave her what he promised. He sold the idea that she would benefit from having sex with him. Obviously if she demanded protection and he didn't use it, he should take some responsibility, but that's still not rape. It cannot and should not ever be, because then even consensual sex can become rape any damn time a woman pleases, and that's beyond ridiculous.

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    Comment by kanbanmusume
    04:05 30/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.5)

    I think there is a marked difference between a woman who is assaulted coming back from a convenience store and schoolgirls on a dating chatroom looking for quick money to get a Louis Vitton handbag.

    If your going to play the Kogal game you had better do it with both eyes open considering the freaks that are out there.Drugged and raped could have easily been drugged, raped and somebodies freezer supply of donkatsu.

    Recently, where I live a girl vanished off the face of the earth after partying with her friends at a local bar. One of my girlfriends commented that "Nothing good ever seems to happen when your on your own at 3AM". Guess she's right.

    These girls in some part have to bear the burden of responsibility for what happened to them because they alone placed themselves in that position.

    As for the perpetrator, just a total piece of shit and deserves whatever's coming to him.

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    Comment by Shuu
    07:31 30/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.4)

    "Sorry to disagree, the gurls in that case have their share of guilt"

    Sorry to disagree, but that's just plain bullshit.

    Vote me down all you want, but the feminists actually have it right in this regard. Sure, those girls have no one but themselves to blame for selling their bodies (considering Japan is wealthy and there simply isn't any actual economic need for it), but even if you insist on a connection, it's only orthogonal at best. It was the teacher who decided to assault them. He could have decided to target them simply because they're pretty. What the girls did doesn't matter. HE committed the crime. Continue that line of thought, and women wearing miniskirts will become a valid defense for rapists.

    You're free to do whatever you want as long as you don't infringe on other people's rights. The girls harmed no one but themselves by doing enjou kousai. It's absolutely not their fault that some teacher was turned on by it, and it shouldn't be their problem either.

    If that is how you think, why don't you move to some arab shithole and enjoy your walking tents?

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    Comment by Shippoyasha
    17:32 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.4)

    I don't entirely disagree with the point of view that it could be seen as one sided, but any usage of exploitation or using a person as a slave of profit using blackmailing is often under the umbrella of sex crimes (duh. it's self explanatory) and other looser definition of rape.

    Either way, the man should be put away for a long time for sexual crimes regarding exploitation.

    There's just something more innately sinister to me in regarding sexual exploitation.. it's kind of beyond the 'rape' argument to me. Though that said, no telling how many of those girls felt violated and potentially had their lives ruined further (albeit it's partially their fault for being gullible and selling their bodies to begin with).

    I just hope there's room for salvation and that they don't get paraded around in public or something.

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    Comment by Elcachetondelpuro
    02:45 30/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.3)

    Sorry to disagree, but the gurls in that case have their share of guilt, I would say it's about 50/50.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:06 02/07/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    "The girls themselves were infringing on the rights of others as well by prostituting themselves."

    Where the fuck do you get that idea from? Prostitution does not automatically equate to rape, and selling their own bodies voluntarily hardly infringes upon anyone.

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    Comment by Shuu
    11:53 30/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    @kanbanmusume
    What it boils down to is this: were they careless, endangering themselves even? Yes, they were. Do they share the guilt? No. Same goes for that girl that vanished where you live.

    Sharing responsibility for what happened to them in a legal sense would mean letting the teacher off lighter. I don't know if you meant it in legal sense or in a "personal" kind of way. I guess it would be quite unnatural for just about any human not to reflect on what happened and concluding that they did some unnecessary or stupid things. But that is their personal matter and no one else's business. If you're implying legal responsibility though, then I just can't agree with you.

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    Comment by Shuu
    08:45 02/07/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    Anon @ 05:53 01/07/2011 is me. SanCon really likes to randomly log people out lately...

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:39 01/07/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    @gaelstrom (HouseLife):
    "The girls themselves were infringing on the rights of others as well by prostituting themselves"

    ^ I'm really interested in this one. Care to elaborate?

    As for them having committed a crime: technically, no. As Artefact wrote, Japanese law treats them as victims (an approach I wholeheartedly agree with - but that's a separate argument).
    From an ethical viewpoint I don't see their crime either. But maybe that's just me living in central Europe, a part of the developed world that hasn't been brainwashed into thinking prostitution should be banned. In fact, it's explicitly legal here, prostitutes are protected by the police and they're even represented by our major service sector unions...

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    Comment by HouseLife
    05:53 01/07/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    @ Shuu

    The girls themselves were infringing on the rights of others as well by prostituting themselves. Don't get my wrong, this guy escalating consensual sex into assault and rape is of course a crime, but anyone who has the nerve to not recognize these girls as also having committed a crime as well is a little naive. Or one-sided.

    Personally I don't care what anyone thinks. If the girls wish to have sex and make money, let them. In fact let them charge extra for ugly men if they want. It's a service like any other, been here since time immemorial. If they choose to do this, via stupidity, desperation, or even just lust, I don't care. I'm so sick and tired across the board of being told to be afraid of sex unless it follows a specific set of rules or that it's 'wrong and you should be punished' that I really believe to my core that the vast majority of sexual crimes are inflicted on peoples' perceptions by these rules. Trying to control the most uncontrollable nature of the human mind will lead to... guess what... chaos. The stuff this guy did is the chaos of human sexuality. If people want it to stop, stop forbidding so much of human sexuality and you'll watch so many bad things stop happening.

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    Comment by HouseLife
    12:01 02/07/2011 # ! Neutral (-0.2)

    @Shuu

    Prostitution is illegal there as far as I'm aware. Simple as that. Child prostitution is as well. They are victims in name only though, because in the vast majority of these cases, there is no pimp involved. If they were under duress to do this, then yes, they'd be victims, but many, MANY of them are not. By the way, this isn't relating to this article in particular, I'm speaking generally. This man did most definitely escalate to rape.

    You are also forgetting the penchant for the world to think of anyone under a certain age (generally 18 with some variance) is somehow infallible and shouldn't be held accountable for their mistakes. Many of these girls are just doing it for money for expensive stuff, but perhaps it's turning into more of a survival. I won't pretend a generalization can handle all of them, so even assuming they are doing this for money to survive, it's still supposed to be illegal.

    Either way, whether I agree or not, it is a crime. In my opinion, prostitution should be completely legal, given health benefits, representation, and be taxed as a service for the economy. Basically what you described. As far as I'm concerned, it's nothing short of backwards, redneck, Christian idiocy to pretend otherwise

    The general fear of sex, especially with younger teens, is nothing short of brainwashing now. Laws exist for their protection considering they are not yet fully able to perceive consequence in many cases, yet it treats them as objects with no mind of their own. A hilarious irony in the fact that the laws treat them as objects, while the persons committing the 'crime' are the ones recognizing them as human beings (Give or take the men who think of women like objects, but let's leave them out of this). It doesn't change the fact that currently it's illegal there, and only the Johns are being punished (not sure if Europeans know that term, 'Johns' are what the prostitution customers are referred to in US). Japan claims it's an epidemic, and yet do nothing to stop the source. Therefore, they are hypocrites, idiots, or a combination of the two.

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:53 29/06/2011 # ! Good (+0.8)

    Those are high school prostitutes we are talking about. What do you think would happen if their parents found out?
    I imagine that the results would be the same regardless of where it occurred.

    Or do you think there are no rapists who use shame to silence their victims where you live?

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:58 29/06/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    Shame can be used much more effectively in an environment that punishes the victim. Japan may not punish the victim legally, however they do attach very condemning social stigma to them. Thus their victims can be easily coerced into staying silent.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:48 01/07/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    I dunno Art, half the sexual assault stories here end with promotions, 40% end with a temporary suspension, 9% aren't teachers and 1% of the teachers actually get punished.

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    Comment by Artefact

    I'm not convinced this is much more than a calumny. As elsewhere in the developed world, rape victims in Japan appear to be treated with considerable sympathy and the perpetrators with utter contempt.







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