“Hiroko Nomura (64), who operates a support facility for children and students who need developmental support in the city, says that Sanda City had allowed a “secondary disability”, in which the disability becomes serious depending on the surrounding environment to develop.”
“The police station requested the woman voluntarily come to the station in May, and the woman visited the station with her mother. The clerk collected DNA from the woman’s mouth. The station claims that the collection was made with written consent. On the other hand, the woman said that she “did not agree” and that her mother did not approve. The station sent a document to the woman for allegedly damaging the property.”
“Yumi Suzuki, a woman with cerebral palsy, who is now 63 years old, filed a civil law suit at the Kobe District Court on Wednesday February 27th seeking compensation of 11 million yen for violations she experienced under the former Eugenic Protection Law, which was a law enforced in Japan from 1948 until 1996.