Ex-cop attempts to kidnap Japanese high school girl

No one is above the law.

An ex-cop from the riot police has been arrested for the attempted abduction of a 15-year-old school girl in Akishima, Tokyo.

Former police sergeant Koichi Omura (32) left the force in March but has been busy since then.

He is accused of coming up to a fifteen-year-old high school first grade student early in the morning on April 15th. He was in a rented car and she was walking along a street.
“There was a crime nearby. You need to cooperate with me in a case,” he said to her, no doubt hoping either to terrify her into “cooperation” or to make her feel excited to be part of a top police unit.

He flashed a police notebook at the innocent teenager.

Brilliant, using his former police resources!

She got in but there was no pulling the wool over this young girl’s eyes. She smelt the unmistakably stink of lewd motives in Omura’s eyes and tried to get out.

Despite Omura’s best police-trained efforts, the schoolgirl managed to escape with the help of passersby.

Omura — who must know that Japan has a 99% conviction rate — is now being sweated by his former peers. He denies all charges of attempted kidnap of a minor.

“I rented the car the day before, but I loaned it to an acquaintance.”

Years on the force taught him how to conjure up terrible alibis!

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