It was a slow-moving procession. He was backing up and the police kept telling him to drop the knife, but he refused. They hit him with a host of pepper spray and he still doesn't go down. He just wipes his face like it's nothing.
When I got on the airplane in Indonesia coming to Japan, my intentions was to turn myself in to the military for the simple reason I would like to put my daughters with their mother, one thing. Another thing, I'd like to clear my conscience.
had their own agenda. They didn't care what anyone other than a certain group of residents thought.
We just need to let the judicial branch do their business and the truth will hopefully decide what we do next. But I support Mike 150 percent and will do everything I can to support him and encourage him and get him by this.
The board simply believes that now is the time for a new perspective to address the company's current challenges.
You get too many people living in one area, and you're bound to have conflict.
A number of Americans were used, most often unwillingly, by North Korea to arm spies with English-speaking skills so they could target American interests in South Korea and beyond.
It was not my intention whatsoever for the Japanese government to try to get me out of trouble. And I really appreciate the Japanese government for all they have done for me.
The council looks like a free-for-all, but it's just one person Jerry. The rest of us work together.
The American Army has supplied, assigned a very capable man to me, to help me, bring me to military justice. I don't think I need no civilians. All I want to do is clear myself with the American Army.
The reason I agreed to go to Indonesia because at one time it was a socialist country for one year-that was under Sukarno.
I made a big mistake of my life.
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