I Just Didn’t Do It
A story exploring the intricacies and faults of the Japanese legal system. A 26-year-old man is pushed on board a crowded train in Tokyo, and upon being released, finds a 15-year-old girl accusing him of groping. Scary and disheartening. I suppose there’s a lesson here: if you’re accused of any crime in Japan, guilty or not, run. Run before anyone can identify you. The truth will not set you free.