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(The New York Times)   RIP John Wilpers, the man who captured Tojo in 1945   ( nytimes.com) divider line
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2013-03-05 10:43:16 PM  
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ben_oakmag: Saved Tojo's life so he could be executed later.  Why?

Because f*ck him, that's why.  Should have killed him daily for years.
2013-03-05 03:53:49 PM  
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RIP Toto Consentwation.

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2013-03-05 03:37:12 PM  
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Stone Meadow: rufus-t-firefly:  Tōjō had shot himself in the chest with a pistol, but despite shooting directly through the mark, the bullets missed his heart and penetrated his stomach.

Pfft...poor technique. Place muzzle of pistol in your mouth with the barrel aimed upward touching the roof of your mouth. Squeeze trigger. It will not fail, leaving you to face the hangman's noose 3 years later. Farking loser...no wonder Japan lost the war.

I've seen it fail twice.

.22LR exited behind the ear.  I don't think he spent more than a few days in the hospital.

.380 went right through the top of his skull.  He lived, but now has a hard time counting to potato.

//Never seen a 12-gauge fail to get the job done.
2013-03-05 03:22:50 PM  
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2013-03-05 02:18:58 PM  
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TFA: "What happened happened. Like any war, it should be regretted."

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