2012年10月20日

〈パソコン遠隔ウイルス〉誤認逮捕した警察が謝罪しても退学した被害者は救済されない







また 検察と警察の思い込み捜査で 多数の犠牲者が出てしまった

IPアドレスが一致しただけで逮捕された多数の被疑者のうちの2人は 犯行の動機まで自供させられ、捜査官を小躍りさせた

さらに19歳の大学生は自供させられ、保護観察処分となり 大学を退学していた


他人を有罪に仕立て上げ、成績を上げたって ノンキャリではせいぜい警察署長どまりなのにね

DNA鑑定を根拠に死刑が確定し、17年の後、2012年に無実が確定した足利事件の被疑者の菅家さんは 今回の事件をどう思っているだろうか

足利事件の 主役の森川大司・元検事サン 裁判官の池本寿美子サン 刑事の橋本文夫  芳村武夫は 今回の事件の人権への深刻な問題など まるで理解しようとしないだろう

足利事件冤罪の主役たちの顔写真

彼ら警察一家は菅家さんの自由を奪った17年間より 今回ははるかに早い被疑者の救済だから いいのではないか など平気で考えそうだ


それにしても・・

検察と警察の 追い込み技術には 本当に敬服する

警察は人を疑うことを生業(なりわい)にして それに何の疑問を持たぬ、異常な精神の持ち主の集団なのか

人を疑う番犬養成の警察学校の青春物語を放映した  ねつ造の日テレ には 投げかける言葉すらない

相手の話すことを100%信じることから仕事が始まる、医師の仕事にジョニーが誇りを覚えるのも警察のおかげだ



(以下引用)



19日の朝刊(都内最終版)
 

【1面トップ】

〔朝日〕誤認逮捕、捜査検証へ PC遠隔操作 4都府県警 アリバイ調べず 否認聞き入れず

〔毎日〕PC遠隔操作 警察、逮捕4人に謝罪へ 処分取り消し検討


http://backnumber.dailynews.yahoo.co.jp/?m=7663229&e=topnews




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2012年10月16日

GalaHotels.com 口コミでは最悪 宿泊費の二重取り、クレームメールへの返事ナシ

ベルリン、プラハへ出かける友人から 

海外ホテルの予約で 予約キャンセル料をとられない、しかもBooking.com よりもはるかに安い ネットのホテル予約サイトをみつけた

とメールをもらった

その名は・・
GalaHotels.com 



さっそくネットで口コミを捜すと

http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowTopic-g1-i12290-k3431534-GalaHotels_com_experiences-Bargain_Travel.html


なんだか最悪のコメントが並んでいた

agoda.com をネットで調べたときに酷似している



25 February 2010, 21:48

GalaHotels.com について あまりに情報が少ないので、実際に利用したことのある人の口コミを求めます

マルクーリオ (フィンランド)

Hi,I would be extremely intressed that has anyone anything to say about Galahotels.com? I know that there is few topics around here but there's not very much information.

So if anyone has any experieces about booking with them it would be great


返信

Re: GalaHotels.com experiences?
20 September 2012, 19:50

20-09-2012 I have booked a one night stay in a four star hotel in venice and i have prepaid everything. Got my confirmation and they guaranteed the room. But then two weeks later they strat sending me emails that the hotel is fullybooked and they want to transfer me to another hotel. But when i go to the hotel website i could still book that same room, but for a higher price. But still avaiulable.

2012年9月にベニスのホテルを GalaHotels.comで予約したのに宿泊2週間前になって 予約とれてなかったから と ほかのホテルへ勝手に予約を変更された だがそのホテルのサイトでは、価格は高いがまだ空室があった




Re: GalaHotels.com experiences?
16 April 2010, 2:52

I have used the Galahotels service for about two years now and never had any problems until recently... In March and April I was in the USA and unfortunately I was charged again by two hotels because apparently Galahotels had not paid them! And they charged my credit card already in December! Now the contact with them is really difficult, they don't even bother to reply my emails. I don't know what to do. I have lost a considerable amount of money because I trusted Galahotels and pre-paid for the accommodation. I guess I will think twice before I ever do it again.

2008年から GalaHotels.comを利用して問題なかったが 2012年3月と4月 アメリカで宿泊した2つのホテルから「宿泊代」の再請求をされた わたしは GalaHotels.com 2011年12月に 税金を含め、総額を払い込んでいたのに! GalaHotels.comがホレルに宿泊代を支払ってないのは明白だ

GalaHotels.comに接触するのは至難の業だった わたしの何通ものeメールにとうとう最後まで返事は来なかった


frank_garvey
Northern...
posts: 1
reviews: 1
Re: GalaHotels.com experiences?

27 April 2010, 20:20
I too am having problems with Galahotels. I booked a 7 night stay in Lanzarote and they seemed to have booked me into 2 hotels for the same period. I contacted the hotel I booked with and they do not hold a reservation for me.I have sent 3 emails to Galahotels over a 3 week period and still they have not responded. I leave for Lanzarote in 3 weeks time and don't know what will happen when I turn up at the hotel with my voucher.

I don't want the experience Ola14 had and end up paying twice for my hotel. Does anyone know which trade body here in the UK I could complain to?

7泊のホテル予約を GalaHotels.comでとったが 同じ日に2つのホテルを予約したことになっていたので GalaHotels.comにメールを三度も送ったが3週間待っても一通のメールも来なかった

結局 お金を払い込んだのにホテルからチャージもされ、宿泊代を2回もとられた イギリスでいったい誰に文句を言えばいいんだい?





Reply

Ola14
Poland
posts: 3
reviews: 2

3. Re: GalaHotels.com experiences?
27 April 2010, 21:22

Apart from this unfortunate situation in the hotel in USA, I have had a few very successful deals with Galahotels, so I think everything should be fine with your voucher. They probably pay the hotel and actually make the booking for you 3 days before your arrival, that's why the hotel doesn't have the information yet. The worst thing is that Galahotels do not respond to the customers' complaints and do nothing to solve the problem.

GalaHotels.comでは 顧客の到着のわずか3日前に 予約したホテルに宿泊客の名簿と宿泊費用を送るのでこんなことがしょちゅう起こるのではないか

GalaHotels.comでは決して顧客の苦情や問い合わせに返事を返さないし トラブルにはなにも手助けしないよ






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2012年10月15日

Anti-nuclear protests signal new act in Japan 







原発ゼロをめざして



一度は原発ゼロを決めながら、財界とアメリカの要請に閣議決定できなかった民主党の野田内閣

対する自民党は すでに安倍総裁、石破幹事長はじめ みな原発推進派ばかり

先日の静岡県議会では 民主党の県知事が選出されているのに、県内の原子力発電所の運転再開の是非を問う「住民投票」を拒否してしまった

1960年代のプロ市民による、限られた人たちだけの抗議運動は ネットの発達とともに ごく普通の市民がお祭りに参加するように、気軽に自由な発想で行われるようになってきた

当初、首相官邸の周りのデモを「騒がしいね」と 呑気なことを話していた野田氏も最後はしぶしぶ、原発廃止の市民の代表と会わざるを得なくなった


ジョニーは原発廃止に賛成だ

火力発電や再生エネルギー、市民の節電意識の高まりと省エネへの協力で充分 将来的には電力不足を乗り切れる と考える

結局 フランスやイタリアから電力を購入することになったドイツの例を挙げて 日本の将来を心配する声も多いが

最悪、韓国やロシアから買電しても 活断層の巣である日本国内での原発は廃止すべきだ




(以下引用)


Anti-nuclear protests signal new activism in Japan


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
This is Japan's summer of discontent. Tens of thousands of protesters--the largest demonstrations the country has seen in decades--descend on Tokyo every Friday evening to shout anti-nuclear slogans at the prime minister's office. Many have never protested publicly before.

The government's much-criticized handling of the Fukushima nuclear crisis has spawned a new breed of protesters in Japan. Drawn from the ranks of ordinary citizens rather than activists, they are a manifestation of a broader dissatisfaction with government and could create pressure for change in a political system that has long resisted it.

What started as relatively small protests in April has swollen rapidly since the government decided to restart two of Japan's nuclear reactors in June, despite lingering safety fears after the meltdowns at the Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant triggered by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

As many as 20,000 people have gathered at the Friday rallies by unofficial police estimates, and organizers say the turnout has topped 100,000. Officials at the prime minister's office say their crowd estimate is "several tens of thousands." Either way, the two-hour demonstrations are the largest and most persistent since the 1960s, when violent student-led protests against a security alliance with the United States rocked Japan.

The protesters include office workers, families with children, young couples and retirees.

"No to restart!" they chant in unison without a break. "No nukes!"

Despite the simple message, the anger runs much deeper, analysts say.

"It's not only about nuclear," says writer and social critic Karin Amamiya. "It mirrors core problems in Japanese society, and the way politics has ignored public opinion."

Distrust of politics runs deep in Japan, and many think politicians are corrupt and only care about big business. Some voters were angered when the government rammed through a sales tax hike in July that had divided public opinion and the ruling party. The government has also done little to reduce the U.S. military presence on the southern island of Okinawa despite decades of protests there, under the security alliance that had initially triggered violent student protests.

In a country not known for mass protests, the nuclear crisis has galvanized people to an unusual extent. Unlike other issues, it cuts across ideological lines. For Japanese from all walks of life, it has shattered a sense of safety they felt about their food, the environment and the health of their children.

That helps explain why the long-standing frustration with government exploded in protests after the restart of two reactors in Oi in western Japan. They were the first of Japan's 50 reactors to resume operation under a new regime of post-tsunami safety checks.

Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda was criticized for making the restart decision behind closed doors and calling the weekly chanting and drum-beating outside his office "a loud noise." An apparently chastised Noda met with rally leaders, who have proposed talks, allowing them inside his office compound for the first time on Aug. 22. Noda also met with leaders of Japan's influential business lobbies afterwards.

"It's not a loud noise that we are making. It's desperate voices of the people," said Misao Redwolf, an illustrator who heads the weekly protests, as she demanded Noda immediately stop the two recently resumed reactors and eventually abandon nuclear energy. "We'll continue our protests as long as you keep ignoring our voices."

Noda promised to listen to the people's voices carefully before deciding Japan's long-term energy policy, but refused to stop the two reactors.

Protest leaders said they don't expect anything to happen just because they met Noda, but at least hold on to their hope for a change.

"All these years, lawmakers have only cared about vested interests, and that was good enough to run this country," Kiyomi Tsujimoto, an activist-turned lawmaker, said at a recent meeting with protest organizers. "The government is still seen doing the same politics, and that's what people are angry about. I think (the demonstrations) are testing our ability to respond to the changes."

Masanori Oda, cultural anthropologist at Chuo University who heads a drum section of the protest, said many Japanese also contributed to prolong such a system "very convenient" to politicians by not getting angry or standing up against unfavorable policies.

"Now more Japanese are learning to raise their voice. Japanese politicians should develop a deeper sense of crisis about the situation," Oda said.
"

Already, there are signs of change. Many lawmakers have converted to supporting a nuclear-free future amid speculation that a struggling Noda will call an election in the coming months and that nuclear policy will be a key campaign issue.


The government was also forced to step up transparency about the method and results of town meetings to better reflect public views on energy policy to determine the level of Japan's nuclear dependency by 2030. The options being considered are zero percent, 15 percent and 20-25 percent. That already delayed the energy report for several weeks, and officials set up a new panel on Aug. 22 to discuss how to factor in public opinion in policies.


The rallies are peaceful compared to the 1960s, when activists wearing helmets and carrying clubs threw stones and burst into the parliament complex. One died and dozens were injured.

Today's protesters hold flowers or handmade posters and even chat with police officers.

"It's almost like a festival," journalist and TV talk show host Soichiro Tahara wrote in his blog. "The people have finally found a common theme to come together."

http://ajw.asahi.com/article/0311disaster/fukushima/AJ201208260043






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