How the Japanese turned prisoners into guinea pigs for gruesome experiments

In News on March 6, 2007 at 5:18 am


Following the recent statement on which Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that Japan will not apologize again for forcing women to act as sex slaves, I picked up this gruesome, and very sadly, true article on the Daily Mail of how one Japanese WWII scientist cut open on his prisoners while they were still alive, “to improve his knowledge of anatomy.”:

“After more than 60 years of silence, World War II’s most enduring and horrible secret is being nudged into the light of day. Mr Makino was stationed there during the war. What he never told anybody, including his wife, was that during the four months before Japan’s defeat in March 1945, he dissected ten Filipino prisoners of war, including two teenage girls. He cut out their livers, kidneys and wombs while they were still alive. Only when he cut open their hearts did they finally perish.”

read more | digg story

  1. war makes many things possible – many evils, many nefarious acts.


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