Just a Rumor but One of the Japan Coast Guard Officers Dead
Three photos possibly depicting death of the Japan Coast Guard officer have been uploaded with the comments in Japanese.The above is an translation of Umi yukaba to give you what it really means.
It appears that an officer working at Ishigaki Office of the 11th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture has been dead.
Three photos taken at 15:30 on November 6 clearly show front part of a Japanese wooden coffin loaded on a van, men in funeral costumes waiting for the doors to be opened next to the van carrying a wooden coffin on and Japan Coast Guard Patrol vessel Mizuki with a mourning band (collided by the Chinese trawler on September 7).
戸越銀次郎(東京都)：2010/11/11(木) 17:58:20.73 ID:6LxkL7OzP
Click to see three photos (Coffin, men in funeral costumes and Coast Guard Patrol vessel with a mourning band.
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The above photos with comments in Japanese may prove that the rumor described below is not just a rumor but a fact.
The rumor in question:
There has been a rumor going on that when arresting Chinese trawler captain, one of the coast guard officers was pushed into the sea and was harpooned by the captain resisting the arrest while desperately swimming by the Chinese trawler. The rumor further says that the officer recently died of the wounds he had suffered when harpooned by the Chinese trawler captain.
If the death of the officer is true and it is related to the arrest of the Chinese trawler captain, one could easily assume that this is the only reason why Kan Administration has been refusing to make public the rest of 3 hrs and 30 min videos.