The remains of the Siberian detainees MHLW executive “It ’s not a happy discovery” September 12, 19:58
Minutes obtained by NHK indicate that experts who conducted DNA testing repeatedly pointed out that they were not “Japanese”, and executives from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare stated that they were not happy. It is.
(1) 2005 meeting
In a meeting held in May 2005, several experts pointed out that the remains of 57 people collected in Siberia were “not Japanese” or “really Japanese”. It is.
Also, at a meeting five months later, experts pointed out that “I can't see the (DNA) sequence in the Japanese database”.
On the other hand, an executive of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare said, “There was a Russian cemetery on the upper side, and it may have been mixed for some reason.”
(2) 2007 meeting
In a meeting held in April 2007, several experts said that 125 skeletons collected in the Khabarovsk region were “weird, cemetery itself” “no one remains,” “only this woman entered. "You really doubt something about the cemetery itself."
On the other hand, executives of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare say “It ’s a disappointing discovery.” “If it ’s a woman ’s remains, it ’s a problem. Because I was in charge of Chidorigafuchi, this story comes out thanks to the fact that I did it rigorously. The
(3) 2009 meeting
In a meeting held in February 2009, experts told about the remains of 96 people collected in Siberia, "Is this a Japanese remains? It means that this cemetery may not be all Japanese. The person in charge of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare responded, “There is such a possibility”.
(4) 2012 meeting
In a meeting held in June 2012, experts said that there was anxiety about whether or not they really took the bones of Japanese burial grounds about 128 remains collected in Khabarovsk region. There are times when it is okay to bring one of you. I'm worried because there are so many remains. "
And at the meeting four months later, experts pointed out that “there are almost no Japanese people,” while the person in charge of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare said, “The remains of more than the number on the list have been repatriated. There were people who seemed to be feminine and Russians ”or“ If the survivor wants DNA testing because it is an area where Russians are almost buried, we will consider rejecting at the stage of application ” Etc.
(5) Meeting in 2018
At a meeting held in March last year, experts said that there were no Japanese typical (DNA) haplogroups about the remains of 45 people collected in the Krasnoyarsk region. “There are no Japanese-like people in this,” he said, and a senior executive from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare said, “I want to verify it because I think it is necessary to doubt.”
(6) Meeting in March
However, at the meeting held in March, the MHLW staff member said, “The burial place was a burial place where the teacher was probably Japanese. "Ne".