Cruelty, Gore, and Insane, but no word can describe how cruel this psychopath did to the victim, the 16 years old Japanese high school student who was abducted, tortured, raped, and murdered in the late 1980s. Her murder case was named the Concrete-encased high school girl murder case Joshikōsei konkurīto-zume satsujin-jiken) due to the state of her discovered body: in a concrete drum filled with over 50 gallons of cement.
On November 25, 1988, four boys, including a 17-year-old whose name was Jō and was later given the surname Kamisaku, abducted and held Furuta, a third-year high school student from Misato, Saitama Prefecture, for over 40 days. She was held captive in the house owned by the parents of Kamisaku, in the Ayase district of Adachi, Tokyo.
In order to avoid any concern over her abduction, the perpetrators forced Furuta to call her parents and tell them that she would be staying at a friend’s house for a while. The parents of the boy who owned the house were present at least part of the time Furuta was held captive, yet did not intervene, later claiming that they feared their son too much to do so.
44 Days Of Torturing
FIRST DAY: November 22, 1988: Kidnapped
Raped (more than 400 times)
Hunger and malnutrition
Given cockroaches for food and given to drink their own urine
Forced to strip naked in front of her captors
Ignited with a lighter
Anus and vagina inserted foreign objects
DAY ELEVEN: December 1, 1988: Severely beaten repeatedly
Her face was exposed to the concrete floor and the captor jump on her head repetedly
Hands tied to ceiling and body used as punching bag
A large blood filled her nose up only being able to breathe through the mouth
Weight lifter dropped on her belly
Vomiting while trying to drink water (her stomach could not accept water)
Try to escape and ignite a cigarette in her arms
Flammable liquid poured on her feet, then burned (presumably to prevent her escape)
Bottle inserted into her anus, causing injury
DAY 20: December10, 1989: Unable to walk properly due to leg was burned
Unable to walk properly due to severe burns on feet
Beaten with bamboo
Put her anus and then lit firecrackers
Hand crushed by heavy objects and broken nails
Beaten with clubs
Cigarette ignited into genital
Beaten with iron rods repeatedly.
Forced to sleep on the balcony in winter weather
Rod grill to grill chicken inserted into the genitals and anus causing bleeding
Hot wax is dripped into the face
Eyelids burned by cigarette lighter
Needle pierced in the chest
Left breast nipple cut and destroyed with pliers
Hot light bulb inserted into the genital
Severe bleeding in the genital consequences included scissors
Unable to urinate properly
Injuries severe enough to take an hour to get down and go to the toilet
The eardrum was badly damaged
Brain size shrinks
Appeal to the abuser “kill me and let it all be over”
I January 1989:
Celebrating the new year alone.
His body is gone original appearance and function.
Unable to move from the floor.
DAY 44 (DAY OF DEATH) January 4, 1989
Captors beat her with an iron rod lifting weights, using ground lost play mahjong to do so. Junko bleed very badly in the mouth and nose. They burnt her face and eyes with wax.
Lighter fluid splashed into the legs, arms, face and stomach, and then lit the fire. Last Torture Junko takes more than two hours. Soon, Junko breathed his last breath in pain.
The four Bastard (they deserve to be burn alive)
The boys were arrested and tried as adults; but, because of Japanese handling of crimes committed by juveniles, their identities were concealed by the court. The magazineShūkan Bunshun reported their real names, claiming that “human rights aren’t needed for brutes”.
For his participation in the crime, Kamisaku served eight years in a juvenile prison before he was released, in August 1999. In July 2004, he was arrested for assaulting an acquaintance, whom he believed to be luring a girlfriend away from him, and allegedly bragged about his earlier infamy. Kamisaku was sentenced to seven years in prison for the beating.
In July 1990, a lower court sentenced the leader to seventeen years in prison. The court sentenced one accomplice to a four- to six-year term, one accomplice to a three- to four-year term, and another accomplice to an indefinite five- to ten-year term. The leader and the first two of the three appealed their rulings. The higher court gave more severe sentences to the three appealing parties. The presiding judge, Ryūji Yanase, said that the court did so because of the nature of the crime, the effect on the victim’s family, and the effects of the crime on society. The leader received a twenty-year sentence, the second highest possible sentence after life imprisonment. Of the two appealing accomplices, the one that originally got four to six years received a five- to nine-year term. The other accomplice had his sentence upgraded to a five- to seven-year term.
Furuta’s parents were dismayed by the sentences received by their daughter’s killers, and enjoined a civil suit against the parents of the boy in whose home the crimes were committed.