2013年06月12日

「ブラック」ワタミの介護で死亡事故、渡辺美樹会長、遺族に「1億欲しいのか」





自社の運営する介護事業で複数の死者を出し、しかも遺族に渡辺氏は「1億欲しいのか」と言い放ったという

もとより ワタミの渡辺氏は社員に「いますぐ社屋から飛び降りてみろ」など虐待、暴言をくり返し、女子社員が実際に飛び降り自殺して深刻な問題になっている

社員の過労自殺問題や、『365日24時間死ぬまで働け 10年後も20年後もこの言葉が飛び交う「ワタミ」でありたい』と社員に強要、20代30代の若い世代を中心に「ブラック企業」との批判が根強い

増え続ける老人の介護事業で不可解な死亡事故を続発、遺族に無思慮な態度の渡辺氏

高度成長を支え続けた、日本の功労者の老後を金儲けの手段としかみなさない、こんな冷酷男が 国民の公僕、国民全体の代表である参議院議員にふさわしい人物なのか 国民全体でよく検討すべきだろう





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2006年、レストヴィラ元住吉で87歳の男性の容態が急変し、5日後に死亡。死亡直前、家族が渡辺氏とワタミ本社で話し合ったところ、渡辺氏は「1億欲しいのか」と言い放ったという

その後、遺族はワタミを提訴。昨年、横浜地裁はワタミの過失を認め、約2160万円の支払いを命じている。男性の家族は「渡辺さんのあの一言は精神的に大きなダメージになり、いまでも忘れることができません」と話している。

また、2012年2月には板橋区にあるレストヴィラ赤塚で74歳の女性が入浴中に溺死。直後、ワタミは遺族に「10分間、目を離した間に心肺停止になった。病死の可能性が高い」と報告したが、警視庁高島平署が施設内の防犯カメラを押収して調べたところ、ワタミの説明が虚偽と判明。警視庁は、業務上過失致死容疑で捜査をしている

http://shukan.bunshun.jp/articles/-/2807











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Ex-Worker at C.I.A. Says He Leaked Data on Surveillance




米国の国家安全保障局(NSA)が、Google、YouTube、Microsoft、Apple、Facebook、Skypeなど広範囲なネット各社のサーバーに直接 令状なしでアクセス

eメール、画像、動画、文書、接続ログなど、誰とやり取りしたかを特定、分析できるデータを取得していたプロジェクトの存在が内部告発され、議論を呼んでいる

「New York Times」紙は6月9日、PRISMに関する機密文書を同紙に提供した内部告発者の身元を公表

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同紙によると、内部告発者は29歳の元CIAテクニカル・アシスタントで、現在は情報コンサルタント企業Booz Allen Hamilton社の従業員であるエドワード・スノードン氏

同紙が身元を公表したのは、スノードン氏自身の要請に基づくもの

同氏は、多数の機密文書を一般に向けて公開することを決意した瞬間から、匿名性に守ってもらう道は選ばないと心に決めていた。「わたしは自分の身元を隠すつもりはない。自分は何も悪いことをしていないと確信しているからだ」と、スノードン氏は話す


「世界でも有数の秘密組織であるNSAの資料を報道機関に手渡したスノードン氏は、ダニエル・エルズバーグ氏やブラッドリー・マニング氏とともに、アメリカの最も重要な内部告発者のうちのひとりとして歴史に名を残す可能性は高いと考える

スノードン氏はガールフレンドとともにハワイに住んでいたが、過去の暮らしはすべて手放すつもりという

文書を渡したあと、現在スノードン氏は香港に逃れているようだ


スノードン氏の弁

わたしは、そのすべてを喜んで咎を受け入れる心づもりだ

なぜならアメリカ政府が、築き上げていたこの巨大な監視のネットワークを使って、世界中の人々のプライバシーやインターネットを無断で侵害、基本的人権を侵すことに良心の呵責を感じていたから


スノードン氏はオバマ政権が、オバマ政権が、多くの機密漏洩者に対して行ってきたのと同じように、自分に対しても調査を行い、スパイ法違反で告発すると予想している


Ex-Worker at C.I.A. Says He Leaked Data on Surveillance


WASHINGTON − A 29-year-old former C.I.A. computer technician went public on Sunday as the source behind the daily drumbeat of disclosures about the nation’s surveillance programs, saying he took the extraordinary step because “the public needs to decide whether these programs and policies are right or wrong.”

During a 12-minute video interview that went online Sunday, Edward Joseph Snowden calmly answered questions about his journey from being a well-compensated government contractor with nearly unlimited access to America’s intelligence secrets to being holed up in a Hong Kong hotel room, the subject of a United States investigation, with the understanding that he could spend the rest of his life in jail.

The revelation came after days of speculation that the source behind a series of leaks that have transfixed Washington must have been a high-level official at one of America’s spy agencies. Instead, the leaker is a relatively low-level employee of a giant government contractor, Booz Allen Hamilton, that has won billions of dollars in secret government contracts over the past decade, partly by aggressively marketing itself as the premier protector of America’s classified computer infrastructure.

The episode presents both international and domestic political difficulties for the Obama administration. If Mr. Snowden remained in China, the White House would have to navigate getting him out of a country that has been America’s greatest adversary on many issues of computer security.

Then the United States must set up a strategy for prosecuting a man whom many will see as a hero for provoking a debate that President Obama himself has said he welcomes − amid already fierce criticism of the administration’s crackdown on leaks. The court-martial of Pfc. Bradley Manning, who released a vast archive of military and diplomatic materials to WikiLeaks, resumes Monday.

Mr. Snowden, who said he was seeking asylum abroad, perhaps in Iceland, gave the interview to The Guardian, the British newspaper and global Web site that during the past week published a string of articles about classified National Security Agency programs. Both The Guardian and The Washington Post, which also published articles disclosing the surveillance programs, identified Mr. Snowden on Sunday as the source for their articles.

In his interview with The Guardian, Mr. Snowden said his job had given him access to myriad secrets that the United States government guards most jealously, including the locations of Central Intelligence Agency stations overseas and the identities of undercover agents working for the United States.

But he said he had been selective in what he disclosed, releasing only what he found to be the greatest abuses of a surveillance state that he came to view as reckless and having grown beyond reasonable boundaries. He was alternately defiant and resigned, saying at one point that the C.I.A. might try to spirit him out of China, and speculating that it might even hire Asian gangs to go after him.

“If you realize that that’s the world you helped create and it is going to get worse with the next generation and the next generation and extend the capabilities of this architecture of oppression, you realize that you might be willing to accept any risks and it doesn’t matter what the outcome is,” Mr. Snowden said.

Some outside experts said the push in recent years to break down barriers between spy agencies and share information across the government had greatly expanded the universe of government employees and outside contractors with access to highly classified intelligence.

“In past years, someone like Snowden may not have had access to briefings detailing these collection programs,” said Cedric Leighton, a former deputy director of the National Security Agency, “but now with the push from a ‘need to know’ to a ‘need to share’ philosophy, it’s far more likely for an I.T. contractor like him to gain access to such documents.”

Mr. Snowden’s disclosures prompted some calls from Congress on Sunday to hold hearings about the surveillance programs or reopen debate on portions of the Patriot Act.

The disclosures also were published just as the Obama administration was grappling with the fallout from its many investigations into leaks to the news media. After it was revealed in May that the Justice Department had secretly obtained phone logs for reporters at The Associated Press and Fox News, criticism of the administration’s leak investigation was heightened. Mr. Obama said he was “troubled” by those developments, and ordered Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. to review the Justice Department’s procedures for investigating reporters.

As part of that review, Mr. Holder and senior department officials have met with editors and media lawyers to try to assuage their fears that the administration is trying to silence the press. A day before The Guardian published its first article on how the government was collecting Americans phone data, Mr. Holder met with lawyers for several media outlets about legislation and other measures that may help protect reporters.

A White House spokesman declined to comment on Sunday. A spokesman for James R. Clapper Jr., the director of national intelligence, referred questions to the Justice Department. In a statement, the department said it was in the initial stages of an investigation into the matter, though it did not name Mr. Snowden.

In a weekend interview with NBC News, Mr. Clapper warned that the revelations could create serious risks to national security. “We’re very, very concerned about it,” he said. “For me, it is literally − not figuratively − literally gut-wrenching to see this happen, because of the huge, grave damage it does to our intelligence capabilities.”

Mr. Snowden, a native of North Carolina, told The Guardian that he signed up in 2003 for an Army Special Forces training program because he wanted to fight in Iraq.

“I felt like I had an obligation as a human being to help free people from oppression,” he said.

But he said he had quickly become disillusioned with the military.

“Most of the people training us seemed pumped up about killing Arabs, not helping anyone,” he said.

After breaking his legs during a training accident, Mr. Snowden was discharged from the Army and took a job as a security guard at an N.S.A. secret facility on the University of Maryland’s campus, according to The Guardian, which said it had confirmed his story.

Despite not having a high school degree, he was later hired by the C.I.A. to work on information technology security, serving in Geneva. In 2009, he joined the N.S.A. as a contractor at a facility in Japan, where, he said, he watched “as Obama advanced the very policies that I thought would be reined in.”

Most recently, Mr. Snowden has been part of a Booz Allen team working at an N.S.A. facility in Hawaii. Three weeks ago, he made final preparations to disclose the classified documents, The Guardian said. It said he had copied the documents and told a supervisor that he needed to take a few weeks off to deal with medical problems. He then flew to Hong Kong.

While it was not clear whether Mr. Snowden had remained in Hong Kong, if he had, his presence could complicate any possible American effort to extradite him for prosecution. A British colony until its return to China in 1997, Hong Kong retains autonomy from the mainland in its immigration system and its rule of law. Hong Kong has an independent immigration system, but it is part of China for purposes of foreign policy.

Hong Kong has an extradition agreement with the United States, in case American officials can provide a legal basis for seeking Mr. Snowden’s transfer to the United States. Hong Kong also has a very long tradition, dating back to British control, of close cooperation with the United States on criminal and criminal intelligence issues.

There was no indication in the Guardian article that Mr. Snowden had ever acquired legal residency in Hong Kong, so he would appear to be subject in principle to the 90-day limit that all American passport holders have for visa-free stays there.

Another complexity for Mr. Snowden is that the new administration of President Xi Jinping of China is pursuing better relations with the United States, including a meeting with Mr. Obama on Friday and Saturday in California, and may be more inclined than usual to put pressure on officials in Hong Kong to hand over Mr. Snowden.

On Sunday evening, Booz Allen released a statement confirming Mr. Snowden’s employment. “News reports that this individual has claimed to have leaked classified information are shocking, and if accurate, this action represents a grave violation of the code of conduct and core values of our firm,” the statement said. “We will work closely with our clients and authorities in their investigation of this matter.”

The revelation that Mr. Snowden worked for Booz Allen is perhaps the most awkward for Mike McConnell, a former head of the N.S.A. and director of national intelligence who in 2011 was promoted to vice chairman at Booz Allen. He is now responsible for driving Booz Allen’s cybercapabilities and advancing its relationship with his former agency.

Mr. McConnell said in an interview last year that the United States was not using its full capabilities to address threats from foreign cyberattacks because of privacy concerns.

“If you harness all the capabilities of our nation, you could have a better understanding of foreign threats,” he said. “But what makes it hard is that everyone has an opinion. There’s very little appreciation for the threat, and there are so many special interests, particularly civil liberty groups with privacy concerns. That mix keeps us from getting to the crux of the national issue.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/10/us/former-cia-worker-says-he-leaked-surveillance-data.html?pagewanted=1&_r=0







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豊胸手術の原幹恵、志村けんと焼き鳥屋でラブラブ




いつ診ても実に自然なスロープで美しい、原幹恵の人工乳
彼女の執刀医は 美容外科医の鏡だ

豊胸バッグの容量 バッグの形状 バッグの固定 など 的確な判断と絶妙な技 
美容外科医たる者 つねにこのような手術を心がけたい

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原幹恵の豊胸プロテーゼの形状がよくわかる 


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コントロール 熊田曜子の豊胸インポラントの形が丸わかり バッグのたるみ具合までよく見える 熊田は自分でこの写真を見ていないのだろうか 
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同じく コントロールとして ほしのあき の悲惨な豊胸手術を提示 読者はひと目で ほしのあき の豊胸バッグの形を認識できるだろう


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原幹恵の豊胸バッグの形が浮き出ている

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同じく原幹恵の豊胸バッグの形が浮き出ている 原幹恵の豊胸手術は 主治医の技術もすばらしいが 原の、豊胸プロテーゼとの相性もうまくいっているようだ

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コントロール ラウンド型の南明奈 の豊胸プロテーゼの形がよく判るショット 画像をクリックして拡大してみてください

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コントロール前田敦子の豊胸手術 まるで大きな風船を左胸にかかえ込んだような不自然なふくらみ これがラウンド型豊胸プロテーゼそのものの形

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比較として 大島優子の左・豊胸プロテーゼがソフトテニスのボール状に付着して見える


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側面から認識できる、原幹恵の豊胸プロテーゼの形状が「)」ではなく「D」であることに注意

I のラインが大胸筋レベルと豊胸プロテーゼを分ける境界線

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コントロール 桐山の右の乳房 鏡餅みたいなプロテーゼの形がさらに鮮明になっている

、原幹恵の豊胸プロテーゼの形状と同じく、桐山の右のバストが「)」ではなく「D」であることに注意




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2013年5月30日の午後10時ごろ、志村けん(63才)は都内の焼き鳥店にいた。

「窓際のテーブル席に4人で座ってました。志村さんの隣には 若いきれいな女性が座ってましたよ。腰に手を回したり ラブラブな感じでした」(居合わせた客)

その女性は人気グラビアアイドルの原幹恵(25才)だった。

「原さんは、今志村さんがいちばんお気に入りの女性なんじゃないですか?  素朴な清純派お嬢様系のルックスなのに、撮影とかになるとGカップを強調した セクシーポーズが得意で、志村さんはそのギャップにメロメロだって噂です(苦笑)。

この夜の志村は、大好きな原とのディナーに上機嫌。 深夜0時を過ぎても食欲は止まらない。
http://www.news-postseven.com/archives/20130608_192589.html







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