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Japan's last Korean war criminal wants recognition

2020年 8月 4日 Tuesday - 03:19

To the casual observer, 95-year-old Lee Hak-rae could be just another elderly person in Japan. But Lee is obsessed by brutal events of 75 years ago that have defined his life, including being designated a World War Two criminal. He says he was tossed into the dustbin of history by both Japan and South Korea. Ryan Brooks reports.

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To the casual observer, 95-year-old Lee Hak-rae could be just another elderly person in Japan. But Lee is obsessed by brutal events of 75 years ago that have defined his life, including being designated a World War Two criminal. He says he was tossed into the dustbin of history by both Japan and South Korea. Ryan Brooks reports.

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Japan's last Korean war criminal wants recognition

2020年 8月 4日 Tuesday - 03:19