Before the show, I had checked CNN website and seen an assaulted girl's picture there. I felt really sick to read that. At that time, he was thought to be 4 or 5 years when that video was taken. I am teaching the piano to young children. One of them is 4 years old. She is so adorable, immaculate, innocent, obedient and honest. I cannot imagine her being sexually assaulted.
Then AC360 started, and they'd decided to hide the girl's face, which I think is a good decision. A lot more details had come to light and the girl was 3 years old. That's horrible! I cannot imagine how they can assault such young girls.
In Japan, we rarely hear about very young victims of sex-related crime. Very few people know the facts that even that young girl can be a victim. The first time I knew about it was when Anderson went to Congo last year. I was shocked. Now I am even more shocked to know that can happen in our society as well.
I recently read that only Japan and some few other developed countries allow people to have lurid pictures of young children for their own pleasure. This eventually result in sex crime. Thus other countries insist we prohibit possessing those kinds of pictures for any purpose.
My favorite Ander-moment!
What? You have an audacity to ask me a question?
Another question? Go ahead. (I'm reluctant though.)
It's on the tip of my tongue!
Oh, you give me a second chance!
I'm a jeopardy champion and I cannot answer?
(Confidently) I'm embarrassed.
Hooray! In the end, we had two hours of AC360!
In Japan, we finally had "Narco State"
and also "The Edge of Disaster."
I'll definitely update again during the weekend.