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アメリカで殺人デビューした大古時正って明治維新天皇の大室寅之祐に似てない?殺すぞブラザーズ更新!

【皇族暴力団で検索】安倍の先祖は海賊(李要蔵)(岸要蔵)!

岸要蔵(李要蔵)→地家(岸)作蔵→明治天皇(大室寅之祐)→昭和天皇
岸要蔵(李要蔵)→岸信祐(地家(岸)作蔵の弟)→佐藤(岸)秀助→岸信介

http://be-here-now.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/2015/10/post-262b.html

http://shibayan1954.blog101.fc2.com/?tag=%E6%98%8E%E6%B2%BB%E5%A4%A9%E7%9A%87

http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/shinchankumachan/23248471.html

2016年5月5日 6:45 AM
大古時正について。
北海道苫小牧市出身
苫小牧市立明倫中学校卒業
北海道立苫小牧西高校卒業(平成11年3月)
私の高校時代の同期生でクラスメートでしたので間違いありません。
報道では横浜出身とされていますが、高校までは間違いなく苫小牧在住で実家も苫小牧でした。
高校時代の成績は常に学年トップ、サッカー部に所属していました。噂ではありますが中学時代にある事件を起こして内申点に響きランクを下げた同校に入学したのだと同じ中学校出身の友人から聞きました。

きった より:
2016年5月5日 5:15 PM
実家はもう苫小牧市にはありません

優パパ より:
2016年5月5日 9:05 PM
管理人様
追加情報になりますが出身大学は室蘭工業大学です。
追伸、ニックネームを優パパに変更お願いします。早速同級生が連絡してきたので。

匿名
2016年5月6日
オオゴトキマサは12年前は横須賀久里浜少年院で法務教官で仕事してましたよ!
恐らく、法務教官としての初めての職場が少年院だと思います!

【愚劣行為】 大古時正(オオゴ・トキマサ)!アメリカ・ジョージア州 ...
futosinonewsnabi.blog.so-net.ne.jp/2016-05-06
1 日前 ... 大古時正(オオゴ・トキマサ)35歳は、エイカーズさんを殺害した後、 同市に住む婚約者の両親に向かって「殺すぞ」などと言いながら、斧のような凶器で襲い掛かって怪我を負わせたようです・・・・・。

殺すぞ ブラザーズ 更新 V.2016.5.7
①橋下徹 何じゃワレコラー 殺すぞ!
②島田紳助が東京03に「オマエ、殺すぞ 」
③大津いじめ少年「殺すぞ!どこすんどん?いったるわ!ぼけがしねくそが 」
④一水会結成当初の鈴木の活動は、現在のような左右を越えた前向きな活動ではなく、暴力的な行動右翼そのものであった。当時進歩的文化人と呼ばれていた著名人へ、片っ端から仲間たちと電話をかけて「殺すぞ」と脅迫したり、自衛隊の駐屯地でストリップが行われると聞けば、街宣車で門扉に突入する等の過激な活動も行っている。
⑤白根数幸強姦魔「騒ぐな。殺すぞ」
⑥警察官大村弘一女子高生連れ去り「騒いだら殺すぞ」
⑦保見かつを保見中保見光成「殺すぞ 血を見たいのか」
⑧朝 鮮 学 校 曺 太 一 !日本人ぶっ殺すぞ!
⑨池永チャールストーマス池永仁池永トム ストーカー首切り殺人「殺すぞ」メール
⑩竪山辰美 傷害詐欺窃盗強盗強姦放火殺人「殺すぞ」と脅してカネとカードを奪い強姦
⑪高谷義紀 山田誉「殺すぞ」監禁強盗
⑫大古時正が婚約者の両親に「殺すぞ」などと言いながら斧で襲撃

①アメリカで殺人デビューした大古時正って明治維新天皇の大室寅之祐に似てない
②アメリカで殺人デビューした大古時正って明治維新天皇の大室寅之祐に似てない
③アメリカで殺人デビューした大古時正って明治維新天皇の大室寅之祐に似てない

OHGO TOKIMASA Yasuhito Mayumi KARASAWA daughter

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Posted: Thursday, May 5, 2016 12:00 am
By LARRY HOBBS The Brunswick News
Posted on May 5, 2016
by Larry Hobbs

It was a simple preliminary hearing at the county jail’s courtroom, but friends and family of the Brunswick woman Ohgo Tokimasa stands accused of killing wanted it known that she was loved and cherished.

As the Japanese citizen hobbled into the tiny courtroom in shackles and handcuffs, he faced nearly a dozen supporters of slain widow Naomi Acres. Acres, 65, was a Japanese-born American citizen, who lived in Brunswick for many years with her late husband, Den Acres.

Packing out the rest of the courtroom at the Glynn County Detention Center were camera crews and reporters from Japanese media outlets, including TV Asahi, Fuji and the Nippon Television Network, most in town from New York City bureaus.

Through an interpreter, Magistrate Judge Flay Cabiness explained to Tokimasa that he is charged with murder for allegedly killing Acres in her home at 402 Third Ave. on Sunday. Tokimasa, 35, also is charged with stealing Acres’ 2008 Toyota Prius, and with assault for allegedly attacking his once future parents-in-law at their home at 755 Walden Shores Lane later Sunday afternoon. Cabiness then informed Tokimasa of his rights and explained that he presently is being held without bond, after which the proceeding ended abruptly.

Tokimasa was represented by attorney Matt Grossman of the Brunswick Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office.

“We’re here so they know she was loved,” said David Tucker who, with wife Keiko Tucker, had formed a close friendship with Acres. “She was a beloved part of this community, she had support and we will miss her deeply.”

Joining the Tuckers were Kim and Keith Gates and Keiko Barney, a hair stylist who had visited Acres at her home the week before to do her hair and share a meal.

“It’s horrible,” Barney said. “She’s such a sweet lady. She was so loving; she didn’t deserve this.”
According to police reports, Tokimasa arrived in America recently to wed the daughter of Yasuhito and Mayumi Karasawa, who were close friends with Acres. Tokimasa allegedly became enraged when the wedding plans were canceled. Police said Tokimasa arrived at the Karasawa’s Walden Shores Lane home about 3 p.m. Sunday, allegedly attacking them with a “hammer or axe,” inflicting minor injures on both before running off. During the confrontation, police said he told the Karasawas that he had killed Acres and stolen her car.

Glynn County police at that scene contacted Brunswick police, who went to Acres’ home at about 6:30 p.m. and discovered her body inside. Police arrested Tokimasa at about 1:17 a.m. Monday morning near the Karasawas’ home.

Tokimasa was known to those within the Golden Isles’ tight-knit Japanese-American community, Acres’ supporters said Wednesday. He had visited the community off-and-on since 2014, on short visa stays of no more than 90 days, David Tucker said. He is an athlete and marathon runner, who once planned to run a series of events from New York to Miami, said Keiko Barney.

He told people he had worked in the prison system in Tokyo, Japan, prior to “retiring” several years ago to run marathons, visit America and settle on a new career, Barney said. They all know the Karasawas and knew of the plans for their daughter to marry Tokimasa, she said. Barney said they did not know the details of the marriage arrangements or why the plans fell through, adding they did not want to pry into the Karasawas’ private lives. Tokimasa also knew Acres, she said.

“I had met him, but we really did not know this guy at all,” Barney said.

Acres was the widow of long-time Brunswick resident Den Acres, who died in 2010 at the end of a long battle with cancer. He died in their Third Avenue home, with Naomi Acres at his side.

“She was very devoted to my father,” Karil Kaylor said of her stepmother. “She took excellent care of him, especially during his illness. She was a lovely person, who was very gentle, very small and defenseless.”

Naomi and Den Acres met in Athens in the late 1980s, when she was a college student living in the same apartment complex where her future husband’s mother lived, Kaylor recalled. They married in 1994. Yet another highlight in Acres’ life came in 2006, when she became a naturalized American citizen at the federal courthouse in Brunswick.

“She worked very hard to prepare for it and she was very proud of that moment,” Kaylor said. Acres also had recently shown interest in volunteering for the county’s elections supervisor’s office.

Kaylor and husband Leroy Kaylor were among those on hand Wednesday at Tokimasa’s first appearance hearing. The Greensboro, N.C., couple had just started a vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C., when Karil Kaylor received the bad news via a call from a Brunswick police detective at around 1 a.m. Monday, she said.

The care and attention shown the Kaylors by neighbors and local officials since has helped eased the shock of Acres’ slaying, she said.

“The people of Brunswick and Glynn County ? particularly the coroner, the DA, investigators and detectives ? have been exceptionally helpful to me,” Kaylor said. “Their competence and helpfulness has been a godsend.”

Kaylor said police have not indicated to her what may have prompted Acres’ murder, other than the alleged car theft. Police have not released information on the manner in which Acres was killed.

“She has been friends with the (Karasawas) for a quite a while and she was acquainted with (Tokimasa) personally,” Kaylor said. “I was never aware of his existence until the crime occurred. My understanding is he intended to marry their daughter and then the engagement was off, apparently to his dissatisfaction.

“I don’t know why he came over to her house,” she added. “My only assumption was she thought this man was a friend. I hope that the person who did this to her is brought to full and swift justice.”

Reporter Larry Hobbs writes about government, public safety and other local topics. Contact him at lhobbs@thebrunswicknews.com or at 265-8320, ext. 320.

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Ohgo Tokimasa

Posted: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 12:00 am
By LARRY HOBBS The Brunswick News

Posted on May 4, 2016
by Larry Hobbs

After allegedly killing a 65-year-old Brunswick widow inside her Third Avenue home, police said Japanese citizen Ohgo Tokimasa went to the residence of his future parents-in-law Sunday afternoon and assaulted them with a weapon, according to a Glynn County police report.

Yasuhito and Mayumi Karasawa told police that Tokimasa arrived at their home at 755 Walden Shores Lane and “produced a hammer or axe and started swinging it at the two of them,” according to the report. Yasuhito Karasawa suffered a cut on the back of the head and his wife, Mayumi Karasawa, sustained a bruised eye.

Police said Tokimasa then left in a 2008 Toyota Prius that he allegedly stole from Naomi Acres, whom Brunswick police would find slain later Sunday evening inside her tidy ranch home at 402 Third Ave. Acres was a Japanese born American citizen, described in the police report as a friend of the Karasawa family.

Tokimasa had recently arrived in America from Yokohama, Japan, apparently to marry the Karasawas’ daughter, police reports show.

Police had issued a notice for all local patrol officers to be on the lookout for Tokimasa and the stolen Prius Sunday evening. Tokimasa was arrested around 1:17 a.m. by Brunswick and Glynn County police near the Karasawas’ Walden Shores Lane home, reports said.

The county police report indicates that Tokimasa allegedly became angry when the wedding was called off. Police said he arrived at the Karasawa home at about 3 p.m. Sunday, agitated about the collapse of the wedding plans. Yasuhito Karasawa told police he offered Tokimasa “some money for the inconvenience of him coming to the United States,” the report said.

According to police, Tokimasa allegedly told the Karasawas that he had killed Acres, a family friend. Police said he then allegedly threatened to kill Yasuhito and Mayumi Karasawa and their daughter. Tokimasa “told him that he had killed a friend of theirs and stolen her vehicle and was going to kill them and (their) daughter,” the report said.

That is when Tokimasa allegedly attacked the couple with a large tool, leaving their residence afterward. The report said the Karasawas did not see the stolen Prius at that time.

After interviewing the Karasawas, Glynn County police asked Brunswick police to make a welfare check on Acres at her home at about 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Noticing signs of a possible assault through the windows, police forced their way inside and discovered Acres’ body there. Police and the county coroner have not released a cause of death or how she was killed.

Acres and her late husband moved into the home in 1986. Den Acres was born in California in 1933, but had ties to Dalton and Gainesville. He died at age 77 inside the home, with Naomi Acres by his side, according to his obituary in The Brunswick News.

Neighbors in this close-knit neighborhood of well-kept, mid-century ranch homes at the western end of Third Avenue expressed shock this week over the murder of Acres. They described her as a quiet but friendly woman who enjoyed gardening in her lushly landscaped yard.

Tokimasa remained in the Glynn County Detention Center on Tuesday, charged with murder, aggravated assault and felony theft. He has a first appearance scheduled at 2 p.m. today in the court room at the county jail.

He does not yet have an attorney.

Reporter Larry Hobbs writes about government, public safety and other local topics. Contact him at lhobbs@thebrunswicknews.com or at 265-8320, ext. 320.

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