EoP Amicus Request to Japan v Satoshi Uematsu is one of the EoP Legal Submission cases involving EoP scientific and cultural law recommendations to shut down the WiP Ponzi profiteering of resource conflict and misery economy, by ‘turning off the tap’ — i.e. the breeding / consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits — causes of resource conflict and war; by implementing an Ecology of Peace New World Order Social Contract that (a) requires all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool; (b) nationalizes all property and provides all responsible freedom oath citizens: (i) cultural law self rule for groups with subjective racial, religious & gender identities; and (ii) a property ration to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.
EoP culture request to Japan v Satoshi Uematsu parties, for permission to submit an Ecology of Peace Amicus into the court record for their considerations regarding their issues in dispute.
Satoshi Uematsu is accused of the Sagamihara stabbings at Tsukui Lily Garden residential care center on 26 July 2016 in Midori Ward, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan. Uematsu surrendered at a nearby police station with a bag of knives and was subsequently arrested. In February 2016, Uematsu attempted to hand-deliver a letter to Tadamori Oshima, the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan, at Oshima’s home in Tokyo but was prevented from doing so by security. He returned the following day and this time left the letter with the security guards. Uematsu’s letter appealed for the legalization of ending the lives of those with multiple disabilities in cases where it was requested by their guardians, and asked for Oshima’s assistance in delivering his message to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. In it, he wrote, “I envision a world where a person with multiple disabilities can be euthanised, with an agreement from the guardians, when it is difficult for the person to carry out household and social activities.” He also wrote that the killings of the disabled would be “for the sake of Japan and world peace” as well as to benefit the global economy and prevent World War III. After signing his name, the letter proceeded to detail an offer to target two facilities housing the disabled (possibly a reference to the two residential buildings in which he later committed the crime), and went on to appeal for certain conditions in exchange for committing the act. In the first half of the message, Uematsu said he could kill 460 people; however, in the second half, the number he gave was 260. He added that staff would be tied up to keep them from interfering but that they would not be harmed, the act would be swift, and that afterwards he would turn himself in. At the end of the latter half of the letter, he signed his name again, this time with his address, telephone number, and the name of his employer. – Wikipedia: Sagamihara stabbings.
EoP Leg Sub JP v Satoshi Uematsu correspondence.