Mr. S had a good time in a bar at Roppongi, Tokyo. He suddenly lost his memory and found out himself staggering on street very early in the morning. Policemen stopped him and asked him questions. They wanted him to clear his pocket, and found a small empty plastic bag which is commonly used to carry illegal drug. This caused tension of the policemen. They wanted him to come to police station. Mr. S said OK without any question because he had nothing to hide. However, the drug test of his urine showed positive. He was arrested. Mr. S did not understand what was going on.
Mr. S was not the person who would use illegal drugs. He was very well educated and worked for a prestigious company. He took an annual leave during his hard work and just enjoyed his holiday in Japan. We made some meeting with him and listened him carefully. We concluded that Mr. S was a victim of drug spiking. We confirmed that one of his credit card was missing. We went to Roppongi and traced his track. We found many surveillance cameras there. We thought there must be some visual evidence which would support his statement.
We went visit a prosecutor in charge and claimed that he would never knowingly use any illegal drug, and it was him who was a victim of theft crime using drink spiking. We gave him our opinion letter, for his review, attaching many documents and pictures. We also demand him to immediately keep the visual record of the surveillance cameras which we had found at the scene, and we indicated that otherwise we would zealously argue this misconduct in courtroom.
In conclusion, the prosecutor decided not to indict him and released him. He safely went back to his country.