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Mr Hiroji Yamashiro, the leader of the anti-base group was released at about 20:00 on March 18.

Mr Hiroji Yamashiro, the leader of the anti-base group was released at about 20:00 on March 18.
A prominent activist in Okinawa pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges of forcible obstruction of a business and assault in connection with his opposition to U.S. bases in the prefecture.
During his first hearing before the Naha District Court, 64-year-old Hiroji Yamashiro, head of the Okinawa Peace Action Center, admitted to the charge of property destruction for cutting barbed wire at a base.
Yamashiro, who has led groups objecting to the relocation of U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma within the prefecture, has remained in detention for five months since his arrest in October, prompting human rights groups, including Amnesty International Japan, to call for his immediate release.
Amnesty International Japan has said he does not meet the criteria for those who should be placed in detention because the chances of him destroying evidence concerning his alleged crimes are very low.
He was restricted in the Naha Detention House for five months by " the crime of having cut barbed wire of 2, 000 yen" and by "the crime of piling 1, 480 blocks in front of the gate of Camp Schwab".
Chairperson Yamashiro was pleased and hugged each other with the supporters who were waiting in front of the Naha Detention House. The Fukuoka High Court Naha Branch dismissed a complaint (protest) of Naha District Public Prosecutors Office which expressed its disapproval of bail decision on March 18. Chairperson Yamashiro paid a bail deposit in the Naha District Court. As for Chairperson Yamashiro, his arrest continued since I was arrested for the property destruction charge on October 17, last year. Chairperson Yamashiro was released by decision of the High Court Naha Branch after an interval of approximately five months by an arrest.
The Naha District Court admitted his bail on March 17, but the prosecution complained against it and appealed the decision of an appeals court. The Fukuoka High Court Naha Branch dismissed a complaint on March 18. The bail was 7 million yen(US$62,125).
Because he had a malignant lymphoma, I worried that he couldn't receive medical treatment while he had been in the Naha Detention House.
He said,"I waited many a weary day to meet everybody.. How glad I am to have my wishes fulfilled! "
He is positive and has a strong will.Also I want to be a strong, positive woman.I want to always be positive.
I invoked the blessing of God on his effort.God.... Thank you very much.
Aozora Japanese Resistance
                



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