Rina Shimabukuro is taken out by an American working at a US military base in Okinawa

It appears again an American service member or an employee at a military base in Okinawa, took out a 20 year-old Japanese girl whose body was found today. So the people of Okinawa have a question for the US military: When are you going to pack up and leave Okinawa? The Japanese people especially the people of Okinawa, no longer want the presence of the US military in Okinawa. How many more rapes, assaults and murders is it going to take? How many American serviceman are sitting in Japanese prisons with long sentences if not for life paid for by the taxpaying Japanese? It is becoming apparent all the time with every essay written on the subject, that Japan is moving militarily to take care of itself in the region. So just leave Okinawa to the Japanese Self-Defense Forces (JASDAF) and let them take care of China themselves.
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Source: Okinawa (TR)

American military employee questioned in disappearance of Okinawa woman

May 19, 2016

Rina Shimabukuro's body found today in Okinawa dead

Rina Shimabukuro’s whose body was found today in Okinawa

OKINAWA (TR) – Okinawa Prefectural Police are questioning a man employed in the U.S. military in connection with the disappearance of a 20-year-old woman in Uruma City, reports NHK (May 18).

At around 8:00 p.m. on April 28, Rina Shimabukuro, a company employee, informed a man she is living with via the smartphone application Line that she was headed out for a walk. She has not been heard from since.

On May 12, police issued a photograph of Shimabukuro in an effort to obtain information from the public about her whereabouts.

During the investigation, police learned that Shimabukuro’s smartphone stopped transmitting data between one and three kilomoters from her residence, an area that includes a number of factories.

After an examination of security camera footage in the area at the time of her disappearance, a vehicle belonging to a male civilian employed in the U.S. military came under scrutiny.

The U.S. military employee denies being involved in Shimabukuro’s disappearance. Police are now examining his vehicle for clues in the case.

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