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Parent Request to Punish Class A Criminals
Date 17 June 1946
Language EN; JA
Collection Roy L. Morgan Papers
Box Box 3
Folder 1946 [IMFTE] (IPS) Translations of interrogations.
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
To His Excelelncy Keenan the Chief Public Prosecutor in the Court of Justice on Military Affairs From Oki Mohachi 17 June 1946 I offer you my opinion to you: On the newspapers of the 5th and 6th of June 3 knew the actions of your judgment in Tokyo and rejoiced that by the actions you have done, we can comfort many many Imperial soldiers who are now sleeping in the ground. They, the heads of A class war criminals, had been collecting and spending a great deal of materials in precedence, saying that they had rights to do so, for all the nation had been able to sleep peacefully by their efforts. But in reality those who had been obedient to the Emperor’s order and worked bravely were the sons of the people in general, not they. My house also was bombed and completely crushed. But the heads of A class war criminals concealed themselves