WAR CRIMES: For God's Sake!

In Yokohama, for more than two years, the U.S. Eighth Army has been operating a criminal court system almost twice as large as New York City's—and much more than twice as ugly, for most of its Class B and C defendantsts† are Japanese officers and men charged with torture, brutality, head-choppings and assorted sadism under the guise of war. Last week, more than 500 cases had been disposed of and there were some 250 still to go.

In Idiocy. Frozen-faced Hisakichi Tokuda, the "Mad Doctor" of Shinagawa Prison, had found amusement in injecting soybean protein into the veins of...

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