Whereabouts of the Information Disclosure Trial
The day of final oral arguments is approaching. Judgment will come out in October.
The lawsuit stems from a lack of legal responsibility for the crash and death of his JAL Flight 123, which had 520 people on board. That is why I would like to praise the courage of the bereaved family, Motoko Kibi, who stood up to investigate the truth of the accident.
JAL launches various attacks on bereaved families.
For example, one of the two plaintiffs was placed in isolation at a nursing home operated by a JAL affiliate. As a result, the lawsuit had to be dropped.
Also, on the Internet, there was a JAL employee who lied that the voice recorder requested for information disclosure violated an international treaty and could not be disclosed.
And there was a JAL employee who hysterically cursed Motoko Kibi.
What do they want to protect? It might be just the guts of a stupid office worker who fears that if the company goes bankrupt or if the money doesn't come in, it will be a disaster.
However, JAL employees who cause serious accidents should not say anything.
JAL is doing a cover-up with the whole company. Their sins are very serious and should not be done.