An AntiGovernmentalStalking Activity Site(AGSAS)
Since July 28th, 2005. ©2005-2012, Takahiro Tosaki. All Rights Reserved.
Welcome to AGSAS.
If you are an English speaker, you have Thomas Szasz, Marcia Angell, Irving Kirsch,
other scientists and journalists to let you know lies and fraud masquerading as medicine.
Still, here in Japan, therefs no authority to talk about it in Japanese language.
So I started with this document.
AGSAS is intended to bring the covert crime masquerading as medicine to light.
If you read Japanese, please visit the Japanese version of AGSAS, where youfll find a lot of facts about the fraud.
I have discovered that this crime is closely related to, or I should say is leveraged by a mega-marketing campaign
by GlaxoSmithKline, started in 2000, which is described in
Crazy Like Us - The Globalization of The American Psyche by Ethan Watters, Free Press, 2010 ISBN: 978-1-4165-8709-5
Did Antidepressants Depress Japan? by Kathryn Schulz, The New York Times August 22, 2004.
A lot of people in Japan are seemed to be riding the bandwagon since then.
I have made direct contacts with over 120 victims in Japan so far.
In my case, I have recorded their criminal activities, including the scene of illegally abducting me,
I say illegally here, for itfs a final judgment of the civil court in Japan.
I made the judgment happen by myself, for you can act as your attorney at law, as far as civil suit is concerned.
If you are interested in the covert crime in Japan, please e-mail me. Thank you.
Since July 28th, 2005. ©2005-2014, Takahiro Tosaki. All Rights Reserved.