In a series of wide-area robberies that have occurred one after another all over the country, the police authorities are suspecting that a Japanese detained in the immigration facility in the Philippines called himself "Luffy" and gave instructions from the facility. requesting the transfer of
Under these circumstances, an employee of the Philippine Immigration Bureau responded to an NHK interview and testified about the recent state of the two suspects, ``I am upset by the news and have stopped coming out of the room.''
Regarding the series of incidents, the police authorities suspected that a Japanese detained in a Philippine immigration facility called himself "Luffy" and gave instructions from the facility, suspects Yuki Watanabe and Masato Imamura. I am requesting a transfer of custody.
Under these circumstances, an employee of the Philippine Immigration Bureau responded to an interview with NHK on the night of the 28th and revealed that the two were living in a 10-person room with other Japanese people.
And about the previous two people, he said, "I often saw them talking with their mobile phones while exercising in the courtyard of the facility."
On the other hand, a colleague in the facility told me about the situation in the past few days, saying, "He seems to be a little upset by the news, he has stopped exercising as a daily routine, and now he can't get out of the room. It's gone," he testified.
In response to the discovery of the incident, the Philippine government has ordered the confiscation of communication methods such as mobile phones from immigration detainees.
Regarding the extradition of Japanese nationals, the government plans to carefully examine the suspect's criminal proceedings before deciding whether to comply with the request.