4-83 [Weird inspection on way back to Japan]: There should be an evidence traced back to the police and CIA

My suitcase was opened at the customs and fully inspected when I went back to Japan directly after I flew that drug line.

 

I had no idea why I was checked in the detail there and I thought I wore a black shirt in a suit to attract the officer’s attention. That was my logic at that time and I made my mind to wear normal from the next time.

 

In the most of the cases, we tried to find out the familiar answer, not bothered by the weird fantasy, which is a nature of the human psychology.

 

However, I came to realize that it was due to the drug line and my profile was flagged by the CIA to let the Japanese authority to check my belongings when getting into Japan as the drug might have been hidden in my suitcase.

 

I was framed by the police and intelligence agencies, but there was an evidence left at the customs which was requested by the police to do so. The police might have destructed the exact paper related to this issue, but the Ministry of Justice cannot have done the same.

 

We can find out where the order came from. I remembered quite well that the customs officer was frightened so much that there was an extraordinary flag, highly likely a terrorist, as you can imagine.

 

I actually had the same experience a few months after the Sep 11 attack, when I went back to Japan from the JFK airport in New York. It was a normal protocol to have a full investigation against the individual flagged as a terrorist suspect or dangerous criminal and it was not a result of the natural cause.

 

Furthermore, it was not normal even on that flight back to Japan in December 2009 as I was asked where I was working suddenly by the cabin attendant. I flew with the corporate booking hence they knew which company I was working for, though she came to me and asked in that way.

 

This was too weird actually, as the CEO and other members of the management at that airline company knew who I was at that time so that I was flagged in the other way around originally. It meant that this inquiry was too irregular to take place.

 

That cabin attendant was also a little shivered when asking me that question, suggesting that she was asked to so and assumed I was one of the dangerous criminals. Actually, there was an evidence left for that case, as the airline company cannot discard those requests to protect a probable legal case.

 

I cannot access to those pieces of evidence, but there were actually many traces to be followed.

 

One thought on “4-83 [Weird inspection on way back to Japan]: There should be an evidence traced back to the police and CIA”

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