The Action Committee against Abduction and Confinement
150 People Marched to Stamp Out Abduction and Confinement- In Ogikubo, Tokyo where it first started - Feb. 14
The "Tokyo Victims Group of Abduction, Confinement and Forced Disavowal" demonstrated a march in opposition to abduction and confinement, in the Ogikubo, Suginami Ward, Tokyo area on February 14th. Approximately 150 people, including the victims of abduction and confinement, left the Suginami Church and marched for about an hour along the Ome Kaido, a road passing in front of the Ogikubo Police Station and the Ogikubo Train Station.
The demonstratio was led by a police car, and the participants holding their banners and placards, cried out with the representatives; "No more abduction and confinement!", "No more violation of human rights!" After the march, Mr. Toru Goto and other members distributed fliers protesting abduction and confinement in front of the Ogikubo Station, stirring interest in some passers-by who stopped to talk to them.
From the Action Committee
Japan Victims' Association against Religious Kidnapping & Forced Conversion