- Japan's biggest mafia group is splitting up
- The new group's head Kunio Inoue reportedly expressed his frustration with current Yamaguchi-gumi boss Shinobu Tsukasa—also known as Kenichi Shinoda—in the release, criticizing his "extreme egoism." Monday's launch followed reports that the ...
- Gang split may end with a whimper, not a bang
- Seventy-three-year-old Yamaguchi-gumi leader Kenichi Shinoda, who is also known as Shinobu Tsukasa, began his criminal career in the Kodo-kai group, which is based in Nagoya. According to the Asahi Shimbun, Shinoda had indicated he wanted to ...
- Plongée chez les yakuzas
- Kenichi Shinoda, chef du plus grand gang yakuza, le Yamaguchi-gumi, à Tokyo, le 9 avril 2011. JIJI PRESS/AFP.
- The yakuza: Inside Japan's murky criminal underworld
- Jake Adelstein is an investigative journalist and special correspondent for the LA Times, The Daily Beast, and VICE News. He has been covering organized crime in Japan since 1993 and is the author of "Tokyo Vice," "Operation Tropical Storm: How an FBI ...
- Japon: la police profite de la «guerre» au sein des mafias yakuzas
- Atsushi Mizoguchi, journaliste indépendant spécialiste du crime organisé, estime que des défections en masse au sein du Yamaguchi-gumi pourraient entraîner des dénonciations, et même conduire à l'arrestation du chef de l'organisation Kenichi Shinoda, ...
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