There are many rumors and they are not all in line with one, the other. I'm, going to tell you something. For example, at the beginning they said that there is a band which came to my house in Tokyo for Christmas, and you know I disband somehow was a kind of very whore.
So then I went into the box, they came, took me from the house, etc. The whole story is wrong. Why? Because the prosecutor now went to my apartment, there is a monitoring of all the people who are in the house and they said no, so I & # 39.
Ll clarify the rumor and suggestion I'm. Talking about involves a train trip to Osaka a hotel, a box and a flight and of to private jets via Turkey. Is that substantially accurate? I would make no comment on this.
I'm, going to tell you why Richard, because, obviously I was lucky to have people who supported me in this, because you know when you're in situation, where you're in trouble with justice. You don't have too much candidate to help you.
I was lucky and I need to as much as possible protective right those people, some of them are facing criminal proceedings potentially in Turkey. How do you feel about that? I feel bad about it, but there's, not much more.
You can do really. Well, you know we knew from the beginning. What are the risks you know involved into an operation like this? We all knew that I knew what were my risk. I knew what other is of all the people who supported the operation, so we all knew that and we obviously know how much we can do to help, but not more ok.
What about mr. Kelly, who remains in jail always on bail? I beg your pardon in Japan. This is there's, a sort of feeling of you got out and he's left behind to carry the camp well. First, I was not able, as you know, in Japan, to contact Greg.
I was forbidden completely my bail condition and he's very conditioned forbidding completely any contact between us, so the only contact possible was through our lawyers. So, even if I wanted to help Greg, I could I couldn't, because there was no point in feeling.
Can you understand the feeling that you've left him behind to face the music alone? I'm, not sure about that, because I didn't leave Japan to hide somewhere. I left Japan because I'm looking for justice, and I want to clear my name, which means I'll, be looking for a country where I could have this case tried, but with the trial respecting the rights of the defense.
So you to clarify this, you are willing to stand trial for these allegations. Yes, I do and have you had discussions with jurisdictions yet as to where that might be? No because you can imagine that if I'm in Japan and I start to discuss this kind of topic, this would attract the attention.
But but but would you accept that any trial would have to be under Japanese law in the sense of that's? The law that you broke? Maybe the system of justice. The delivery would be different. I'm thinking of the there's, a good precedent.
You may be familiar with, of course, the Lockerbie bomber, who was tried in The Hague and the Scottish law. It's, not the sort of thing you're thinking of no, I thinking about you know, depending on the country where this will take place, every country would accept a different kind of trial.
The only thing I'm. Looking for is a trial where the rules or the rights of the defense would be respected, which I thought in Japan was not the case. One thing seems clear is that you are regarded as a fugitive by by others in in the world and that's, not going to change.
Is it well? You have to explain your your. You know people don't like fugitive when the fidgety escaping justice opinion when a fugitive is escaping injustice. You know I don & # 39. T think that people look at people who run from North Korea or from Vietnam or from Russia under the communist regime, as people are running from justice.
Well, frankly, I can tell you that mean in the system in which I've, been through. I've, been through. I consider that there was practically zero chance. I would get a fair trial with zero chance of getting a fair trial.
I don't think this is justice. I was not running from justice. I was looking for justice, so what point did you decide? You'd, have to get a few weeks ago a few weeks ago, and what led me to that first is that everything I was saying in the pre trial was leading to the fact that the trial would not be fair.
Second, I was hoping that they will fix the date of the trial. It was not fixed. Until now, I don't know Greg Kelly, doesn't know when this trial starts 13 months after 13 months after we've been arrested and third, the ban on my wife, which really was something that I could not Understand for nine months I can see her.
I can talk to her and they told me that this may continue for another one year and a half, and you then decided that was a so much it's too much. Do you accept that you broke the Japanese law in leaving that way? I accept the fact that they broke the Japanese law by leaving this way.
Yes, the Japan has already may have already quoted her heard today. They've said the prosecutor said as a result of your press conference here that you failed to justify your act. You were deemed a flight risk which indeed, you were because you fled and his one-sided criticism of the Japanese justice system is totally unacceptable.
It's, laughable it's laughable. I've, been under their control for all this time. Zero right they put on me BAE condition, which are very strict. I'd, have a phone. I could not go on the internet. I couldn't, see my wife.
I was monitored all the time. I had followers all the time, so in a certain way when they have a suspicion on somebody. What I would like is to keep him in prison until he is judged ends up with this feeling of you can't pick and choose the laws you like.
No, I'm sure your comp, you can choose the jurisdictions you like. I'm sure I'm sure I don't, but if and I'm - not picking the only thing is I don't want to be a system where there is no justice. What was the moment like for you when you realized you had escaped different people, will pass judgment, moral and legal upon what you have done.
That is something you will have to bear your conscience. Yes, till death hmm, but for you That moment when I want to go to two sections of it the moment when you started the execution of the plan during and at the end, tell me yeah.
Let me put you, I'm gonna. Tell you exactly what situation I am. I never seen somebody escaping the prison in Vietnam who had any bad feeling about doing that. Why? Because it was hostage and he he was not fleeing a the rule of law in Vietnam, he said I'm a hostage there.
I'm here to be punished. I have no fair trial and I'm escaping so so I am in the same situation. I am not feeling bad because somehow I put myself outside control of people who want me to put me in prison independently of the truth, but were you nervous? Oh yes, I was nervous.
Did you fear it was going to go wrong? I was anxious, but I was not afraid for a very simple reason is frankly, I had nothing to lose that mean the situation for me in Japan was so bad. My perspective was so dark and the fact that I lost any face of having a fair trial that this encouraged me to decide to leave Japan and the moment I mean humor me the moment.
The plane is an international space and you pretty much know it's gonna land in Lebanon. What was that moment like? Well? As you know, it was not going to land in Lebanon. She was going to land somewhere else, but I felt relieved.
Yes, I felt relieved I feel free, and you know the only the first thoughts I said is. Finally, I'm gonna be able to see my wife that's. Why? I'm. First of all, I'm. Just gonna go for this and hope that you'll.
Give me an answer. What was it like? In the packing case? No comment: freedom, freedom, no matter. The way it happens is always sweet T, A LINE: WITHOIOUME B CNGTHEG, I G O TTHHEERE'TSAS, W T O HOUSSOE.
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