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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Tomoharu Nakasone
For nearly 70 years, Okinawa has gotten more than its share of America's military — more jets rattling homes, more crimes rattling nerves.
"Everywhere, everyone who has a daughter is feeling this way," said Tomoharu Nakasone, a father of four daughters, choking back tears.
"Entering someone's home is simply not normal. It is the lowest of human behavior," he said.