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Swimmer Tomita denies stealing camera in Korean court

#(my comment)Tomita seems to be friendly with SGI from his twitter
but it was deleted after this incident
He loved Micky mouse deeply and apeal to use Line with his coach and used pink tie in Korean court.
but it was not certain.


http://www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2015/01/12/more-sports/swimming/swimmer-tomita-denies-stealing-camera-korean-court/#.VLtvDpX9nIU
the japan times
INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA ? Swimmer Naoya Tomita, who was summarily indicted last September for allegedly stealing a camera at the Incheon Asian Games before later claiming his innocence, strongly denied the crime as the trial opened in court in the South Korean port city on Monday.
“There is no truth that I stole a camera,” read Tomita, 25, in a statement to the court after arriving accompanied by his lawyer, Bujiro Kunita, at Incheon International Airport the same day.
In making his appeal to the Incheon District Court, Tomita argued that he has no interest or knowledge of cameras in the first place, adding that it would be impossible for him to even know how to remove the professional telescopic lens before stealing the camera as claimed by the prosecution.
“I appeared as a representative of the Japanese team. There is no way that I would do something stupid as committing a theft,” Tomita said.
The prosecution suggested it might present video footage taken by a surveillance camera as evidence.
Tomita, who has said he was falsely accused after initially admitting to the charge of stealing the camera belonging to a South Korean news agency left on Sept. 25, visited the scene of the alleged crime at Munhak Park Tae-hwan Aquatics Center with his lawyer to confirm what he says happened at poolside.
Tomita, who paid a fine of 1 million won (about ¥110,000) in the wake of the alleged incident, later recanted his story and issued a formal complaint with the court.
Tomita, who won the men’s 200-meter breaststroke at the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, denied the accusation at a press conference in Japan last November and claimed that someone unbeknownst to him had stolen his bag before placing the camera in question inside.
However, police who investigated the incident maintain that video footage from the surveillance camera clearly shows Tomita committing the crime.
The Japanese Olympic Committee said it had confirmed the video footage, but Kunita, who received a reply from the JOC to a questionnaire concerning the footage, said the sports body could not possibly have seen video of the crime claimed by police.
“There is no way that the JOC saw this conclusive scene of (Tomita) doing this (like the police say),” Kunita said. “If you just look at the still images of the evidence from pretrial discovery, there is no conclusive scene of him committing a theft.”
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