反韓デモで暴行被害のカウンター 訴状がネットに登場

7月1日に行われた日韓外相会談で、韓国の尹外相は、反韓デモに言及。「日本の右翼団体の反韓示威が表現の自由を超える段階にあることを憂慮する」と述べ、嫌韓デモが、いよいよ国際問題として国交の場で論じられている。

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東京・新大久保で散発的に開催されている反韓デモでは、反韓をアピールするデモ主催者側と、人種差別反対を唱える"カウンター"と呼ばれる団体との間でしばしばトラブルが発生しており、6月16日には、暴行事件が発生。ネット上では、被害者が加害者を訴えた告訴状が公開されている。

この事件は、デモに反対していた28歳の会社員および60歳の女性が、デモ主催者側の人物に暴行を加えられたというもの。これを日弁連前会長の宇都宮健児氏ほか、全国152人の弁護士が代理人となって被害届を新宿署に提出し、その訴状が法律事務所のHP内で公開されている。

訴状では、「5万人の売春婦は韓国に帰れ」「来ルナ帰レ死ネ 繰リ返ス来ルナ帰レ死ネ」「仇ナス敵ハ皆殺シ 朝鮮人ハ皆殺シ」など、デモ主催者側による当日のプラカードの文面が明記され、「『朝鮮人を殺せ』等と声を上げながら行進する光景は、明らかに常軌を逸していた」と指摘。また訴状には、「朝鮮人を殺せ」「ゴキブリ」「叩き出せ」「朝鮮人はウンコ食っとけ」といった過去の発言や暴行事件、反韓デモ実施状況などが詳細に綴られており、尹外相も憂慮する反韓デモの概要が、理解できるものとなっている。

【参照リンク】
・日韓外相、歴史問題で平行線 「関係発展」は一致-朝日新聞デジタル
http://www.asahi.com/politics/update/0701/TKY201307010325.html
・6月16日新大久保排外デモ参加者の傷害・暴行事件について告訴-武蔵小杉合同法律事務所
http://www.mklo.org/public_html/mklo/html/archives/97.html

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IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  An orange thrower is seen during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

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IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  An orange thrower is seen during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  An orange thrower is seen during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  An orange thrower is seen during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  An orange thrower is seen during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  An orange thrower is seen during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  Orange throwers during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  Oranges are seen on the ground during the 'Orange Battle'  in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between teams on carts and teams of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorates a popular rebellion against the tyreant in 1266.> on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  Teams throw oranges at each other during the battle of oranges in Ivrea, Italy. The battle commemorates a popular rebellion against a tyrant in 1266 when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The carnival's famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  Piazza di Citt√† full of teams of the orange throwers on foot  during the final act of the carnival in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival's famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival. on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  Teams throw oranges at each other during the battle of oranges in Ivrea, Italy. The battle commemorates a popular rebellion against a tyrant in 1266 when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The carnival's famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  Teams throw oranges at each other during the battle of oranges in Ivrea, Italy. The battle commemorates a popular rebellion against a tyrant in 1266 when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The carnival's famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival. on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. A team of the orange throwers on foot battle against those above in a carriage during the carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. A team of the orange throwers on foot battle against those above in a carriage during the carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. A team of the orange throwers on foot battle against those above in a carriage during the carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  A team of orange throwers await the next team of carriages to arrive during the battle of oranges on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. Teams of orange throwers get ready prior the battle of the oranges during the Carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

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