Gershey Suspects “Trespassers” at Parents’ Home: “Japan’s Ability” to “Almost Zero Chance of Arrest,” Despite International Warrant. | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Gershey Suspects “Trespassers” at Parents’ Home: “Japan’s Ability” to “Almost Zero Chance of Arrest,” Despite International Warrant.

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Gershey, who has declared that he will never return to Japan (from his official YouTube channel)

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Ghasi (real name: Yoshikazu Higashitani) for making habitual threats against Go Ayano and others. He is believed to still be in Dubai, and the Japanese government will issue an international warrant through the ICPO (International Criminal Police Organization).

Gershey, who until recently was a member of the Diet, has turned around and is now a wanted criminal forced to flee internationally.

In the midst of all this, on March 28, the Itami Police Department arrested a suspect, Yuuki Azuma, a self-identified journalist with no fixed address, on suspicion of breaking into the entrance of his parents’ house in Itami City, Hyogo Prefecture. The suspect, Azuma, said he was there to

“I went there to cover a story.

The suspect, who denies some of the charges, says he was there to cover the event, but Gershey must have one more thing to worry about.

I don’t know what he was trying to do there, but it means that there are people who think they can get attention if they interview Gershie around his parents’ house,” he said. It is a relief that the police, the nemesis of the Gershey suspect, arrested him this time, but there is a possibility that another assault-type YouTubers or others will approach him again just for fun. Gershey is putting a burden on his elderly mother as he goes around.

Meanwhile, Gershey himself, perhaps suffering from a combination of mental strain and poor health, has suspended the online salon’s distribution. According to his official Twitter page, he announced that he would resume distribution at 22:00 on the 30th.

Will he continue to deliver in Dubai as if nothing had happened? A reporter from a foreign news agency pointed out the “reality” of the possibility that the Japanese police or government might use the ICPO or other means to make an arrest.

The ICPO is not an agency that investigates or arrests, but only shares the fact that Ghasi is in Dubai. If his passport expires and he tries to leave the country, they may detain him, but there is absolutely no way for Japan to locate and arrest Ghassi on his behalf.

Ghasi has stated that he has a “golden visa” that allows him to stay in the UAE for 10 years. This is not an easy thing to obtain for Ghasi, who fled to Dubai after the BTS scam and initially worked part-time. There must be a mastermind sponsor present.”

The UAE is believed to be home to former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin, who was forced out of the country for corruption, former King Juan Carlos I of Spain, who is suspected of bribery, or Pavel Durov, founder of Telegram, who had a dispute with the Russian government. Even if your passport expires in your home country, you can continue to stay in Dubai without any problems as long as you have money.

Dubai will arrest people who are obviously “evil,” such as the drug cartels that control Europe, but they will not go to the trouble of arresting a “small person” in Japan who is only defaming his reputation.

Even if Japan requests it, the UAE, which is a very wealthy nation, has no influence. As long as Mr. Ghasi is in Dubai, there is almost no chance that he will be arrested.

Mr. Ghasi declared, “I am ready to never return to Japan. Will he continue to run away? ……

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