Even then, Japanese authorities were at first reluctant to prosecute because, they said, they wanted to protect the girl.
It was Okinawa Women Act Against Military Violence, a group formed at that time, who both protected the girl's identity and insisted the perpetrators be brought to justice.
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If one distrusts the Japanese documentation, one can turn to the investigation Russell Carollo conducted for the Dayton Daily News using computer databases of Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard courts-martial, civilian court records, and FBI criminal records.