From the Diet 3 Daily –
Osaka, Japan, 06/02/2008. The prefectural Cyber Crime police unit caught a single, 37-year-old man uploading pictures and raw episodes of Kanokan, Kurenai, and Fujoshi Deka, a live action show depicting a police woman deeply inside the culture of Fujoshi, a term that describes women that love men having sexual relations involving their rear ends and other orifices, in his home.
According to Chief Aramaki, the pulpit “loved people in other countries, especially the women in Western countries so much so that after he learned from his cyber buddies from America that some western women loved anime, he decided to do what’s right in the eyes of the Otaku – uploading anime episodes.”
After the pulpit’s arrest, the only thing he uttered was the regret that he couldn’t upload more anime or live action episodes suitable for women. “I wanted to show women that being submissive and kind aren’t so bad.” He yelled before being taken into the squad car: “Saabisu banzai! Banzai! Banzai!”
The Cyber Crime Police unit, aka “Section 1”, as affectionately termed by the raw uploaders still at large, was established in 2004. Its purpose is to track down unauthorized use of TV and radio contents and podcasts promoting unauthorized uses of legal contents. Chief Aramaki said that “in the internet age, we must stop crimes as soon as they happen; obviously it’s not realistic to stop crimes before they happen, or we might as well be the thought police, but we should be able to stop crimes before they spread.”
Rumor has it that they’re collaborating with ADV and the US government and their next target is located somewhere in California. We at the Anime Diet is dismissing that notion.