Abstract of Juntarō Tominaga's confession

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Juntarō Tominaga 

According to the written confession of Juntarō Tominaga from February to December in 1955, he was born in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan in 1895. From 1926 to January 1931, he worked in the office of Japan's Interior Affairs Officer Kinzō Ishikawa in Harbin, China. After June 1939, he served successively as section supervisor, deputy director of Information & Operation Office and chief of Transportation Chorography Office of the President's Office of North China Transportation Co. Ltd。

Major offences:

"I was appointed section supervisor of the 2nd Transportation Department of the Information & Operation Office in June 1938." "In the name of railway police, I did countless illegal acts to passengers and residents along the railways. Later, the railway police had become totally a tool to suppress the people";

After December 1941: "as I was concurrently head of the Central Agent Squad of the Police Administrative Division of North China Transportation Co. Ltd. in Beijing", "strictly monitored and suppressed nationals from third countries, especially those from the belligerent countries such as the UK, the US and France"; "arrested and interrogated those highly suspected of being spies, among which three or four were sent to the above-mentioned Japanese Secrete Service. One of them was a White Russian, and the others were Chinese";

October 1943: "sent Japanese technicians to the northwest as secret agents to collect transportation information";

1943: "found the new base for the US heavy bomber B29 and reported it to the Japanese Army";

1944: "made the reconstruction plan of the southern section of Beijing-Wuhan Railway to assist the Japanese army in invading and waging wars in Henan"。

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