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Osaka Homeless Forcibly Removed from Parks

Tuesday, January 31, 2006 Posted: 09:58 AM JST [SLIDE SHOW]

Osaka city officials forcibly removed over 20 homeless from Osaka Castle Park and Utsubo Park in Osaka. I was there to document the confrontation.

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2 comments so far post your own

1 | At 01:22pm on Feb 23 2006, Cuxan wrote:
It's really sad that they kicked out all of the homeless form the park. Am really glade that people supported them, and tried to help them out.So,what will become of the homeless now??
2 | At 03:51pm on Mar 13 2006, Mark wrote:
there are so many good people out there on the street, friends..,,,

read the best^seller "The Street Lawyer" by John Grisham, it will give you the compassion that we all reed, I guranttee.
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