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just because it's just last year where she was trying her office was trying to just make recommendations that journalists in the u. k. be imprisoned for up to 14 years for you know, publishing government secrets, things that embarrassed the government. so i don't really think she's much of a friend of freedom of the press. again, i do hope she does the right thing because she, she, she has the power in her hands right now as morris johnson, to take a stance for press freedoms to show that the u. k is not working at the past in the united states. and to stop a, you know, a journalist being shipped off to face to centuries and jail. this is very obviously a political, political trial. when you have a journalist being, you know, being charged with 17 counts as a spy, that's political by nature. and so when you have a political case like this, you can't just when it in the courts, you really have to win it through public opinion. it's a battle that has to be for a, with lots of stamina, long term. and it's very good to see these assange activists coming out a quite often that they're very determined, they're very driven. it's actually, thanks to them that i and other journalists were able to get in the courts during
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us on just extradition hearing, because they would queue up since 5 in the morning. and thanks to them, we were able to report on this. so i think it's crucial, i think there has to be a pressure on the board johnson government to, to block this extradition. they can do this. they, they, you know, under the extradition treaty between the use and the u. k. that was signed in 2003 under article 4. you can block in extradition if it's for a political offense. and again, charging a journalist as fi is the classic textbook, political offense, and so forth from some pretty people. they really do have the power to block this. if the, you know a sanchez health is not a concern to them. if press freedoms are not a concern to them, they still have the chance to block it for, for its political nature. and so i think it's, it's, it's power amounts that people put public pressure on the government. my name is peter scott, and i'll be back again with another wound on the week's biggest stories at the top of the hour. what do you feel free to head over to r t dot com for all the latest? with
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to what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race is on often has very dramatic development. only personally and going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult, time time to sit down and talk. ah, somacki is one of the most beautiful cities in russia's far east. ah, it sits on the river that runs on the russia, china buena and was for many years the far eastern capital.
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ah, there is no shortage of historical sites here. the officers club is one of them. this is where in december 19, 49 and 12 members of japan's quinton army stood trial which was the only time wall criminals have ever been tried for creating a biological weapon and testing it on. mm well no. one much sudden a luxury of them with the ship and i've got
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a letter to read it and the lady delighted to know. no, no, you don't know but oh, single. but no, the book did not feel well and you did. the remorse shown by one member of japan's top secret unit 731 he and his colleagues killed thousands of victims. well developing biological weapons. he's the guy who had been a unit 731 soldier when he was young, man, and killed people. paul johnson, an american director, has studied unit 731 documents at length and knows its history well. unit 731 was a unique organization in the history of the world. what they were trying to do was to simply do nothing short than build the most powerful and most deadly biological weapons program that the world had ever. now.
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japan had a longstanding interest in biological weapons, emperor harry heater, who had a degree in the ring biology. believe that biological weapons would help to pan conquer the world as a descendant of the sun goddess a matter of so he saw it as his calling in the 19 thirty's, the concept of japan's exceptional role in the world permeated the country society . oh so, so june gets the sunni homeric on the ego, sucking yawn, all natural montana. ah, japanese journalist shoji condo, the author of evidence of unit 731 crimes. a book that caused quite a stir is one of the few people who tries to give an impartial account of factors
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that brought japan to wall tile to re look up to your schedule for a june kitchen cook got it says so to so you wish. so than what they glint irish but the star so calling us get along for a gun. no on that isn't all. want on, you saw it fixed on in the early 19 thirty's, the japanese military carefully studied a report by microbiologist, sharon, if she biological weapons affect the human body. silent, causing a slow but painful death. there is no need to manufacture missiles instead, you can infect clothing, food or water, who displays bacteria from aircraft. they will proliferate, and in fact, humans ah gentle easy, wasn't just a biologist, but also a military man, but the rank of colonel. he was very smart, intelligent,
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capable person of high status in japan. he was a medical doctor who was also a pilot, and a military commander. he had all of these great talents and skills that sadly, instead of being used for a good purpose, he took his great prodigious skills and took it in the opposite direction to the dark side as a force for evil. ah, japan's general staff allocated enormous resources to help the biologist establish a secret facility to develop biological weapons. china's manchuria region occupied by japan in 1932 and turned into the puppets state of manchu co, became the testing ground. manchuria is very handy because of its location close to the u. s. s. on it also has plenty of test subjects, test subjects. you mean people brought to the unit for tests?
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exactly. those people were meant to die. that's right. from tribunal questions to quiz shima kiyoshi. a medical service major general. ah. in 1968, several secret facilities were established in the hills of materia unit. 100 in san john worked on lifestyle contamination of unit 516 in to, to come manufactured, chemical weapons and unit 731 near hobbin, developed biological weapons, and tested them on civilians. in pen, fun village, they burned down around 300 local dwellings to clear space to build unit 731. the facility was self sufficient and inaccessible. that when the batteries a prison crematorium stadium, a shinto shrine, an airfield,
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a dedicated aircraft group, and a bow station, the facilities commanding officer was also the projects audiologist colonel shinkel . you see who took russia but it said you sure, shoot, don't kill colorful. komatsu is more than 90 years old and can't sit down for very long don't at that dinner. k killed when you suddenly would have to rush up korean. and as i drew banner, she looked at, i was now on the moral museum, who is one of the saddest museums in the world who says i owe sitting with
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a think on conquest. how to from factor you will, my schwab account will not eat. so anywa can control how late agen 20. sure. i think in it and then pasha minutes. he could alisha gone down the page you you was actually yeah. wow. so you can look up some got the youth of our life. cocoa did saturday stella none of sites you but i need dick in diapers. did scull dominey to go good jane garcia didn't know what other mm you kiko a mommy as japanese and lived near unit 731 when she was just 13. mm hm. she often visits china nel organizing exhibitions and conferences to expose the crimes perpetrated by unit 7. 31. clear them visits
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against dickins corner dis good o at bastrop given the may there meet them as cut it. oh i don't know my day i will . yeah. my mom, i got it, but as you are so good old can no any got them. mm . the camp has a gruesome reputation among the locals. ah ah exactly what went on behind the tools and snell never known that they offshore that no one ever came out alive. after you infected the person, would he get treatment? yes. what happened to him next? he'd be used for further experiment. until he died. yes. none of the prisoners
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came out alive. from tribunal questions to medical service. major general, how was she mac yoshi? the thousands of people became test subjects. they were from various nationalities, around 60 percent with chinese. around 30 percent russian. and a few koreans and mongolians. they were referred to as my router, which means logs in japanese onto muslim, and they start them all day and all of that, you know, you know, more general, martha, this is meant new against them or not. but the one i got over was that she miss, it was an intern at the unit, like other teenagers he was sent there to work and study journal applied and put
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all of this call them on all pretty much the couch. nice 1st little you want this on this the wall. she my a new on it and all i is and all simon, good to the you know, put them out to think it was sort of the most present to come monitor. sho, get restart. so no one is you don't know if i can not put the last question. new show me who people there even live in livestock priest shadow issue, the audiologist and mastermind behind everything that happened in the death camp.
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the chinese population of hard being were the equivalent of lab ras. these weren't human beings who had rights to life who had rights to freedom from puerto sickness and disease. these were people who he could carry out tests to further his goals, which was to create the world's greatest biological weapons program in subjects were injected with cholera. typhoid anthrax, bubonic plague, and syphilis. the progression of the disease was studied carefully. victims were later dissected, while still alive. ah, ah
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ah mm ah, the lash closely to the digging oh rush. i didn't talk out. nobody must come with the story. that is no with boys. and david is not too busy and moves organization, but most families and modesty girls will shortly speak with mary gibson too. but it's all ah
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ah, me professional. so no cable, no cable like stuff, my modem guy told us that you know, needed to know when you need to doctor's monitor, the dissections waiting for samples. tom needed a brain out. others deliver me how to bring a deadly suit, the virus capable of destroying
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a human body in no time. said shadow. easy enough fish. it is a good joke. your country stat. what does she look on the little girl? no, no, no, no. i was just a real hill for the ring that i can do. you know, it still knows i knew gay on you. kai were still ah, it's hard to know how many were killed by unit 731 alone estimate very, some say 3 to 5000 people. others put to figure out 10000 to something. yeah. well then, yeah, number a couple years old. i give them all
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love, linear ah, most the army, general staff and emperor here a heater will well aware of the units, goals and methodology. one unit, 731 was established in 1936 by the secret order of emperor. here he thought i saw the order with my own eyes when i served his hand of unit 73 ones general department tribunal transcript major general campbell. she marquee, or she is interrogation, or girl co mean, does she go to say, fair, so she's all short, then all outdoor use. and so she, those i need to do, or course could,
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should i know momma who i should reach out to you a raised. ok. like, you know, we did the own. jan oak was all shinji talking. do you say so? no near home. won't. i know george will need an oil. you turn on short then? no, no, no, no, no one don't shorting or hate i. e bay, or walkerson in 10? no, no clock on lashing you walk us without they can't wait a little pause short then no no made it on a general yes to g. a camera decrease the number of single circles in the 3 oles policy which said, kill all. all newton ah,
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mass killings took place over the japanese occupied territories. in just 6 weeks, more than 300000 people were tortured and killed in nun king. japanese soldiers believed that they represented an exceptional nation and had a license to new, anything in local, talk on in those who though north torak i thought the gold ticket i took over 20000. i thought that means look sense or to know what? all right, so i got out when i have my of the english nation, when it comes to colonization, it has accomplished the impossible,
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said adult hitler with many historians claim that famine was a common event on the british rule in india, and that millions died of starvation ah, also that in the mid 19th century, british business sold huge quantities of opium in china, making considerable profit from the drug trade. ah, it also said that in congo, half of the popular and died during belgium's colonization. ah, smell jerome's have alleged that a chain of gruesome murders took place? well, france governed the country forever. i do. what does she thought the order of this? still curse. they good dora. so nanny. dudgin, i'll go to the scott. if you are sorry, july disco. curos theory must her guinea another. do
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you think is joanie, if you must? oh, the mother you and i discussed with scott bennett, is a leading counter terrorism expert and a former u. s. army analyst, you now investigates, crimes against humanity. ah, the american indians were seen as a scourge as a social pariah that needed to be expunged, expelled, and exterminated from much of on the eastern seaboard poisoning blankets with smallpox. with this virus that caused the eruption of sores and death upon the american indians. blankets were distributed to indians at military installations under the guise of
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helping them ah walk out of the thousands that unit 731 killed only 8 names have been preserved in history. 6 chinese and 2 russians. a red army, so jackal dom shanker and maria. if an oven with her 4 year old daughter, when women and girls became too weak and no longer fit for further experiments, they will put into a special glass walled gas chamber. mm. the doctors took meticulous notes. the daughter suffocated after 3 minutes. the mother, after 5 with
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abducted from a st. carmen with many russians, lived in because china's eastern railway had been built by russian engineers in 1898 ah minis day to avoid the revolution and civil war. ah, the cities gendarmerie based at the railway station constantly received a new orders. they wanted men, women, or children of a particular day age, heightened as necessity. when the unit needed new subjects, the japanese billy snatched entire families from the streets. part of my job was escorting inmates from hobbin to unit 7. 31. they were referred
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to as logs and used for experiments tribunal transcript sergeant major crackers who sat auto. john damari special brown chief ah, how about us keeping us as bo upgrade them? nor something of a good deal of the stuff is not new. bye form of riley sim. stumble is a born in the gym. you mean amused. july shamiqua power by the more now let's come over here. didn't go at it. i just got a little skewed all i served shows us bank, but it says something up or should it was let's banyon though mike had said to provide you as a civilian puts us um, oh, i see the apology category order it should. ling, i'm a fixture, the ocean for durable, se melissa registers. ah, women and children played a special role in unit 7. 31 jack tibby's,
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women were raped and once they were pregnant, infected with syphilis gonorrhea and other diseases. are they within cutters? and so that was such as could extract the fetus to observe any changes of that gun. no, i got another thought kind of wish dinner. i got your, your horny and all you did wrong there. oh gosh, more rushed enough drug muggy cocoa, one of the future war with the soviet union might have been fought and extremely cold weather. that's why they needed to know how to treat frostbite. to find out they drove inmates out into the cold down their limbs with water kept them outside until severe frostbite said. ah,
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the next night doctor santa yoshi move conducted experiments on women and children in ages and detailed reports illustrated with drawings and photographs. what bus y'all killed? one, so me select quote him on this should not go you can, i got caught all law helpful on my way on the hill home. so we thought now what the victims, when literally mummified alive, they were put into an extremely hot room with no water, kept there until they were completely desiccated. ammonia will wait before and after 78 percent of the human body as water. as that experiment proved. leaders are not taking that
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long shot because you're not really not found. although the old sent over at the moment on the scene digital enough. mm hm. some experiments were conducted out of my curiosity inmates had various body organs removed. lim switched, also monkey blood injected all their sensitivity to x rays and attic tricity tested . so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race is on offensive. very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful,
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very difficult. time. time to sit down and talk with a
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