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Ex-cop jailed for ‘trampling on women’s human rights’ in sex cases

Former Osaka Prefectural Police officer Hidetoshi Sakamoto has been jailed for 3 years for taking nude photos of a schoolgirl and woman and threatening them with violence and exposure, a court here ruled.

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