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  1. Han Seoul-Oh | The Fast and the Furious Wiki | Fandom

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    Early Life

    Han Seoul-Oh was born and raised in the United States. On account of his conversation with Cara Mirtha, he lived most of his life, well into adulthood, in the United States and had never been East of the Atlantic. At some point, Han used to smoke but quit. However, out of habit and to keep his hands preoccupied, he was always eating something.

    Meeting Dominic

    At some point, Han traveled to Baja, Mexico. He heard word of Dominic Toretto’s reputation in the racing scene prior, but never officially met Dominic until he visited Mexico. From there they established a relationship and Han began “running” with Dominic for unspecified reasons. At some point Han owned a 1970 Plymouth Road Runnerwhile in the company of Dominic. The car was won from Han by Dominic in a race.

    Han arrives in the Dominican Republicwhen Dominic prepares for a new job regarding the transportation of gas. He is picked up at the airport by the likes of Cara Mirtha and Malo, Dominic's friends. He is later taken to Rico Santos' house, where Dominic lives, and they have dinner with the rest of the Santos family. He takes an immediate attraction to Cara, who shares a mutual attraction for him. Later, he follows Dominic and Santos to the prison where Tego Leo was being kept before Santos hel...

    Han operates largely as an silent observer when he not proactively involved with his chosen circle of crew. He can deduce the habits and behaviors of others around him by watching their reactions or behavior from the outside. In one instance, Han observes that the way Gisele holds a handgun reveals to him that she is ex-Mossad. Han himself is prone to forming habits, as noted by Gisele, who attributes Han's constant snacking as a need to occupy his hands as a former chain smoker. While nomadic in nature, Han desired a stable home and family. When involved with Gisele, he suggested several times that they settle down and start a life together in Tokyo. Following her death, Han traveled to Tokyo and formed several bonds with youths who indulged in illegal street racing and drifting in garages. Though he maintains strong relationships with his established group, he takes a shine to Sean Boswell, an American expat who dared to stand up to his employer's son. He recognizes his own reckle...

    Expert Thief: Han is skilled in the art of theft.
    Expert Stealth: Han is highly skilled in the description, can mix with his environment to remain discreet.
    Expert Marksman: Han is proficient in the use of firearms, being able to shoot his opponents accurately.
    Combatant: Although he is unable to defend himself in a fight, he is not learned in traditional self-defense and can be easily mastered, depending on the opponent's ability. He managed to defeat Ad...
    Han's appearances in the post credit scene in Fast & Furious 6 and Furious 7 is archive footage from The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Driftand photography.
    "Han Seoul-Oh" is a likely play on the name Han Solo of Star Wars fame.
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  2. Tokyo | Money Heist Wiki | Fandom

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    Silene Oliveira, better known by her code-name Tokyo (es.Tokio), is one of the main protagonists of the Netflix series Money Heist, as well as the narrator of the story. She is a member of the heist crew set to rob the Royal Mint of Spain. 1 Biography 1.1 Part 1 2 Physical Appearance 3 Personality 4 Relationships 4.1 Rio 4.2 Denver 4.3 Berlin 4.4 The Professor 4.5 Nairobi 4.6 Moscow 4.7 Alison ...

  3. Donato Porpora | Tokyo Ghoul Wiki | Fandom

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    Donato was an old ghoul, showing the physical signs of a long life with a wrinkled face. He had short cropped, light-colored hair and a neatly-trimmed beard, as well as thick, bushy eyebrows. In the past, he dressed in the typical clothing of a Catholic priest. As a prisoner, he wore simple prison scrubs — a long-sleeved shirt and pants, though he seemed to be barefoot. In the anime he appears to have icy pale blue eyes and pale skin. Donato's mask is a white round mask with a tiny golden crown on the center on the forehead - the eyes are round red circles with cross-like slits in the middle; the lips are slightly painted red and he can talk and eat through the mask's lips.

    Donato is a ruthless and cruel individual, noted enough among ghouls for his sadistic personality. He thoroughly enjoys inflicting suffering on others, whether physical or psychological, for example: when Donato ripped off Touma Higemaru's arm, messing with the mind of Kuki Urie, and not to mention his horrible acts of brutally murdering children. His utter disregard for others makes him a valuable informant, willing to cooperate in investigations and betray other ghouls in exchange for being allowed to continue living. When visited by investigators, he enjoys making statements to disturb or frustrate them. Though selfish and cruel, he is apparently not without the ability to care. When his secret was discovered by his foster son, Amon, he spared the boy's life out of some sort of twisted affection. Whenever Amon must consult him professionally, he enjoys teasing his "beloved son."

    Background

    Donato Porpora originally hailed from Russia, and came to Japan at some point in time. He posed as a Catholic Priest, opening an orphanage and used the children as his personal livestock. While pretending to be a caring and affectionate caretaker to the children, he would in secret torture and murder the children that had supposedly been adopted. It is implied that he also served pieces of his victims to the other children, disguised as appetizers. Eventually, his secret was discovered when K...

    Aogiri Arc

    When Aogiri attacked Cochlea, he was not among the prisoners released. It is unknown whether this was intentional or merely a coincidence. He overheard the attack from his cell, but was unable to participate in the slaughter of the guards.

    Raid of Kanou's Lab

    In the months following the raid on Aogiri's hideout, Amon and his new partner, Akira Mado, were sent to interview him. He made small talk at first, teasing Amon about their relationship before congratulating him on his promotion. Though Amon refused to answer about his previous partner, Donato easily figured out what this meant and laughed mockingly. When told that Amon had come with questions for him, he suggested that Akira leave them alone to talk — while hesitant, she left father and son...

    Koutarou Amon

    Their relationship was very complicated, with a twisted mixture of hatred and affection. Though Donato preyed on the children in his care and enjoyed their suffering, he seemed to harbor genuine affection towards Amon as his adopted son. As a direct result, he spared him when his secret was uncovered and even asked Amon to remain with him. As a prisoner, he enjoyed teasing Amon about various things and seemed to take pleasure in his discomfort. During the Defense of Tokyo, when Donato engaged...

    Haise Sasaki

    They had an unlikely friendship, with Donato serving as both an informant and a sympathetic ear. He aided the amnesiac investigator with sorting out his thoughts, and treated him in a friendly manner compared to his other interactions. In turn, Sasaki seemed to genuinely appreciate his advice on personal issues and cases, confessing his worries to the imprisoned ghoul. Despite this concern for Haise, Donato showed no remorse in attempting to persuade Urie that Haise was the mastermind of the...

    Tooru Mutsuki

    As a ghoul who prefers young victims, Donato became excited upon meeting Mutsuki. He relished the young investigator's terror while he described how he would eat him, going into graphic detail. Sasaki stepped in to defuse the situation, and suggested that Donato was only "teasing." Later on, Mutsuki questioned the justification for keeping such a sadistic ghoul alive. He also mentioned he likes eating healthy developed women over the thin skinny kind and likes eating clever, intelligent child...

    Ghoul Physiology: Being a ghoul, Donato possessed enhanced physical abilities and a potent koukaku-type kagune. 1. Koukaku Kagune: His koukaku kagune resembled a long tentacle formed from intertwined strands of sinew and an outer layer covered in cross-like shapes. It was capable of ranged attacks, and allowed him to extend it over long distances and spear targets with great precision. In spite of the type's greater weight, he was able to wield it with incredible speed, attacking faster than the eye can follow. 2. Kagune Detachment: Donato demonstrated the ability to detach pieces of his kagune. 3. Superhuman Strength: He possessed strength superior to a human, allowing him to decapitate a human with a single motion. He was also capable of ripping off limbs as shown with what he did to Touma Higemaru. 4. Superhuman Speed: He possessed incredible speed, demonstrating the ability to move so quickly that he seemed to vanish into thin air. With this speed, he was literally able to disap...

    In Tokyo Ghoul Trump, he is featured as the "King of Diamonds."
    Donato was designed by a friend of Sui Ishida, the same one who also created Misato Gori.
    In chapter 82 of Tokyo Ghoul his name is spelled differently: Donald Porupora and Donath Porpora.
    To Amon: "I could hear the death cry of the prison guard as he was being killed. I hadn't been this excited for a while. Can you imagine it? A fresh lump of meat right over there... Ha... It was ab...
    To Amon: "Koutarou, go after Alice, not the White Rabbit."
    To Sasaki about Mutsuki: "Oh... there's a new one with you today. Little young too. Looks really tasty! I want to selfishly rip apart that belly, and stuff my mouth full with those soft organs."
    To Sasaki about Torso: "I see... so he's a torso-maniac. For ghouls the head is an extremely important part. By completely understanding what he's eating, it amplifies the excitement of the meal. H...
  4. Sean Boswell | The Fast and the Furious Wiki | Fandom

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    Sean Boswell was born and raised in Alabama, U.S. When Sean was three, his mother and father divorced, his father leaving his mother to raise him on her own. When he got his drivers license, he received a speeding ticket the same day. Following his speeding violation, Sean won his first race the day after. During his teenage years, Sean became a nuisance to his high schools and to the local authorities, and his mother had to relocate to different cities and states with him every time he had g...

    When Sean prepares to depart from school, he decides to speak to Cindy, Clay's girlfriend, who was admiring his car, a white 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Clay, taking offense that Sean is speaking to his girlfriend, doubly insults his car and rattles off the specifications of his car, a 2003 Dodge Viper SRT-10. Sean, unimpressed by Clay's posturing, sarcastically remarks that Clay can "read a brochure" and gets in his car. Pulling out of the parking lot, the back window of his car is damaged b...

    After Sean and Dominic race, Sean compliments Dominic's speed, surprised that American muscle cars could drift. Sean gives Dominic what they could recover from Han's RX-7, which included a picture of Gisele Yashar, Han's lover, and Dominic's cross necklace. When Sean asked what Dominic intended on doing to the man responsible for Han's death, Dominic merely states that there weren't words invented for what he planned on doing.

    Prior to going to Japan, Sean appeared to be reclusive and kept mostly to himself. An example of his apathy toward the activities of the student body, particularly football jocks that bully other students, is evident when he chooses to do nothing to help the boy being spray painted by a group of football players who drag him into the back of the car garage Sean is in. Sean is additionally short tempered and when provoked, will resort to violence to solve his problems. Sean's history as a troublemaker suggests he is not particularly remorseful about his behavior until is he given the ultimatum of prison or Tokyo. When challenged, Sean will rarely back down, but instead talk himself into situations he has little knowledge of. As a result, he often inadvertently makes enemies. Spending time in the company of Han, however, appears to make his resorting to physical violence to solve problems milder. Sean takes responsibility for his own actions instead of blaming someone else. When confr...

    Expert Driver: Due to his history, Sean is skilled in driving high performance cars. Although he initially struggled to drift (crashing his car in his first race doing so) he was mentored by Han, w...
    Combatant: He also had some skill in physical combat, able to easily knock Takashi down when the later tried to stop him from fleeing in his car. He was beaten in their first altercation, with Taka...
    When Sean is confronted by Takashi, the latter calls him "Gaijin". "Gaijin" is a term used by native Japanese to refer to foreigners in their country.
    Sean's Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX can seen in the background before Han's Mazda RX-7 explodes in Fast & Furious 6, but Sean himself does not appear.
    In an early draft of Furious 7, Sean was supposed to have a large role, being a main character and coming to Los Angeles to work with Dom and the crew and joining the family. However, the film was...
    Lucas Black reportedly signed a three-film deal with Universal Pictures to reappear in the next series of Fast & Furious films, starting with Furious 7, in late 2013. However, he was unable to appe...
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    • Ryoma Sakamoto – The Omi-Ya Incident
    • Nicholas II – The Otsu Incident
    • Takashi Hara & Osachi Hamaguchi – Tokyo Station’S Dark History
    • Emperor Hirohito – Three Assassination Attempts
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    • Inejiro Asanuma – A Televised Assassination
    • Koki Ishii – A Political Assassination Shrouded in Mystery

    The assassination of one the most iconic figures in Japanese history is a mystery that remains unsolved. Ryoma Sakamoto played a significant role in bringing down the Shogunate by brokering a peace deal between the warring provinces of Satsuma (Kagoshima Prefecture) and Choshu (Yamaguchi Prefecture). As a result, there were many groups out to get him. In March 1866, Sakamoto was saved by his wife Ryo Narasaki while staying at the Teradaya Inn in Kyoto. She ran naked from her bath to warn the anti-Tokugawa activist of an incoming attack. He was able to ward off the assailants with his bodyguard Shinzo Miyoshi but his luck ran out the following year. On December 10, 1867, Sakamoto was resting at Kyoto’s Omi-ya (a soy sauce shop and inn) with his ex-sumo wrestler bodyguard Tokichi Yamada and friend Shintaro Nakaoka when a man arrived asking to see him. Yamada answered the door. He was the first to be slain. A group of men charged up the stairs to kill Sakamoto. Nakaoka was able to expl...

    In April 1891 Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich II made an official stop in Japan en route to Vladivostok for a ceremony to mark the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railroad. While he viewed it as an opportunity to learn about an exotic culture, Emperor Meiji saw the visit as a chance to strengthen Russo-Japanese relations. During his stay in the country, Nicholas visited shrines, enjoyed the company of geisha and got a dragon tattoo. It was a pleasant and peaceful trip. Then everything changed on May 11. After a relaxing day at Lake Biwa, Nicholas, Prince Takehito and Prince George of Greece and Denmark were heading back to Kyoto with their entourage on jinrikishas when the Tsarevich was struck in the head by a sabre. It left him with a nine-centimeter-long scar. George reportedly managed to parry a second blow with his cane, saving his cousin’s life. The perpetrator, police officer Sanzo Tsuda, believed the future Russian emperor was a spy. Assigned to protect the distinguished...

    Walk around Tokyo Stationand you may come across two plaques that serve as a remembrance for separate attacks on Japanese prime ministers during the inter-war years. One is placed next to the ticket counter near the Marunouchi South Entrance. This is the spot where Takashi Hara was stabbed to death on November 4, 1921, by a right-wing railroad switchman named Konichi Nakaoka. He accused the first commoner to be appointed prime minister of being corrupt and involving the Zaibatsu in politics. He was also critical of Hara’s handling of the Siberian intervention which led to growing animosity between the military and the government. Nakaoka was sentenced to life imprisonment but served just 13 years. The other plaque is located near the shinkansen gates numbered 20-23. This is where Japan’s “Lion Prime Minister” Osachi Hamaguchi was shot in the stomach on November 14, 1930. He was just about to board the express train “Tsubame.” The perpetrator was Aikokusha (Society of Patriots) membe...

    In the 1920s and 1930s there were at least three plots to assassinate the man that would go on to become Japan’s longest reigning emperor. The first occurred on December 27, 1923. Daisuke Nanba fired a pistol at the carriage of the then Prince Regent, shattering the window. Hirohito was unharmed but his chamberlain was injured. Nambu, a communist agitator and son of a Diet member, was angered by the murders of Japanese anarchists and Koreans during the panic of the Great Kanto Earthquake. Though he said he acted rationally, the 24-year-old was proclaimed insane to the public. After being condemned to death, he yelled, “Long live the Communist Party of Japan.” Lovers Pak Yol and Fumiko Kaneko were also given the death penalty in 1926 for an alleged plan to kill Emperor Taisho and his son with explosives at the latter’s wedding ceremony to Princess Nagako. An imperial pardon commuted their sentences to life imprisonment. Kaneko refused to thank the emperor and took her own life a few...

    While Hirohito managed to survive the Sakuradamon Incident in 1932, several other high-profile figures in Japan weren’t so fortunate. In January and February of that year, Junnosuke Inoue, governor of the Bank of Japan, and Dan Takuma, director-general of Mitsui, were both gunned down in what became known as the League of Blood Incident (the original plan was to kill 20 wealthy businessmen and liberal politicians). An even more shocking episode occurred on May 15 when 11 young naval officers shot Prime Minister Tsuyoshi Inukai. Attempting a coup d’état, their aim was to remove the democratic government in favor of military control. The group also planned the assassination of Charlie Chaplin. Believing him to be an American, they hoped his death would lead to a war with the United States. The British comic was a guest of Inukai and was scheduled to attend a welcome party on the evening of the 15th. He suddenly changed his schedule and instead went to watch sumo with the PM’s son Take...

    A televised political debate at Hibiya Hall in Tokyo came to a dramatic conclusion on October 12, 1960, when ultranationalist Otoya Yamaguchi stormed the stage. He stabbed Japan Socialist Party (JSP) leader Inejiro Asanuma with a foot-long yoroi-doshi — a traditional Japanese sword used by samurai during the Feudal era. The politician, who had controversially given a speech in Beijing describing the United States as the “shared enemy of China and Japan,” was pronounced dead at the scene. The school uniform-wearing assailant smiled as he was taken away by the police. Around 1,000 people were in the audience including Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda. Yamaguchi was a member of the Uyoku Dantai, an extreme right-wing group that had been critical of Asanuma’s socialist politics. The schoolboy assassin committed suicide in his juvenile detention cell three weeks after the incident. He used sheets to create a noose to tie around a light fixture to hang himself. On the wall written in toothpast...

    An outspoken member of the Democratic Party and author of the bookJapan’s Secret Checkbook: The Truth about the Financial Interests That Will Destroy the Nation, Koki Ishii was on a mission to expose political corruption and reveal information that was being hidden from the public. Then came his untimely death on October 25, 2002. His daughter Tatiana was at home with him on the eve of his murder. She felt something wasn’t quite right. “I was trying to talk but he was so withdrawn and serious,” she said. “I thought maybe he wanted to tell me something, but he stayed silent, so I went to bed. When I left the house the following morning, he was just staring out of the window at me.” A few minutes later Ishii’s life was taken in broad daylight by a man in a bandana who jumped out of a bush with a 12-inch sashimi knife. The following day ultra-nationalist Hakusui Ito turned himself in, stating that he murdered the politician because he’d refused to pay a bribe. Ishii’s daughter, however...

  5. Ken Kaneki | Tokyo Ghoul Wiki | Fandom

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    Ken Kaneki (金木 研, Kaneki Ken) is the main protagonist of the Tokyo Ghoul series. He is currently Touka Kirishima 's husband, and the father of Ichika Kaneki. Previously, he was a student who studied Japanese literature at Kamii University, living a relatively normal life.

  6. Murder of Junko Furuta - Wikipedia

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    Murder and torture victim. Junko Furuta (古田 順子, Furuta Junko) was a Japanese high school student who was abducted, raped, tortured and murdered in the late 1980s. Her murder case was called the "concrete-encased high school girl murder case" (女子高生コンクリート詰め殺人事件), due to her body being discovered in a ...

  7. Line Of Duty's Kate Fleming's fate revealed? | Daily Mail Online

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    Apr 19, 2021 · In Sunday's Line of Duty, Kate Fleming was seen in a tense shootout in final scene. Show ended with fans hearing gun shots but not knowing if anyone had been hit. Filming snaps taken in September ...

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  9. Line Of Duty: James Lakewell's grisly prison murder EXPLAINED ...

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    Apr 12, 2021 · Disposed of: It was revealed on Sunday's Line Of Duty that James Lakewell was the voice on the recordings speaking to murdered journalist Gail Vella - and he was killed off in prison as a result ...

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