Japan: Fear of Imminent Execution: Makino Tadashi
Death row prisoner Makino Tadashi has just had his appeal for clemency rejected, and so is at imminent risk of execution. He is held in Fukuoka Detention Centre, where he is likely to be scheduled for execution before the end of June 2008.
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