President Obama Lectured by Japanese Prime Minister Over Okinawa Murder

President Obama extended his "sincerest condolences and deepest regrets" for what he termed a "tragedy" in Okinawa, after a former U.S. Marine is suspected in the death of a young Japanese woman.
1:49 | 05/25/16

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That are smokers discussing. I. For a movie lots eight con artist against prison Obama. Seat Japanese prime minister with regard to the most recent case in Okinawa. They'd meet at the decade if it kept my night. I'm when the majority theory. If you don't you'll believe us what you know they had not. People than begging or naff two ridiculous pay utility. Of course any believing all spoke on dual Obama and that go to north sprite. Did commit tonight right though the most adamant. Solo today. According to Nath I had the bush sat and looked at an adult. It's kidnapped ideal. Ultimate. The entire time authority small group discussion what's spent on this specific case. In Okinawa. And I feel profound resentments against this self centered and absolutely despicable crime. This case cops shocked not only looking ala but also. Deeply shocked the entire Japan. I convey to the president that such feelings of Japanese people should be sincerely. Taken to heart. I also urged the United States to make short to take effective and dial means to prevent every currents. And vigorously and strictly addressed the situation. It's prime minister rob indicated. We did discuss. The tragedy that took place in Okinawa and I extended. My sincerest condolences and deepest regrets. The United States will continue to cooperate fully with the investigation ensure that justice is done under the Japanese legal system.

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