Police officer dispatched from Osaka insults protesters in Okinawa

NAHA, OKINAWA PREF. – A riot police officer dispatched from Osaka to help local police respond to anti-base protests in Okinawa Prefecture hurled an ethnic slur at protesters, calling them dojin, meaning aboriginal, police officials said Wednesday.
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