Mikoroshi

Kuniaki Uranaka was a bookish postgraduate student with a sense of righteousness that enabled him to fearlessly take on even the toughest yakuza.

Unfortunately for Uranaka, even the finest vanguard of the Hyogo Prefectural Police couldn’t collectively muster the same cojones as he had shown, according to Yomiuri Weekly, which the Kobe District Court confirmed last month when it ruled his death had been the result of law enforcers’ mikoroshi, a delightful Japanese word meaning “to stand idly by while another dies…”

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