[News] A Japanese right-wing organization is given a one-year jail sentence for threatening Kim Tae Hee.
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A member of a Japanese right-wing organization was recently given a one-year jail sentence for threatening a company that hired Kim Tae Hee as its model.
On November 5, Sankei Sports reported, “Osaka District Court sentenced the member Miyoshi to one year in prison and three years probation for threatening the Loto Pharmaceutical Company.”
According to reports, the court found him guilty because he threatened the company to explain the reason for hiring Kim as its model, asking, “Who owns Dokdo?”
Miyoshi went to the loto Pharmaceutical Company in March and forced it to explain the reason for hiring Kim as its model. He also filmed a spokesperson for the company answering the question and spread on the Internet.
Miyoshi has refuted that he has just criticized the company for hiring Kim and has never forced the person to answer the question.
People are wondering if this decision of the court can stop the right-wing organizations from criticizing Korean celebrities working in Japan.
The right-wing organizations in Japan have insisted on prohibiting Kim Tae Hee from working in Japan because she was named the Dokdo Gardian Angel in 2005.