The Daily Manila Shimbun


Japanese allegedly involved in fraud at airport for deportation

January 11, 2019

A 59-year old Japanese who is allegedly involved in a major fraud ring is at airport for his deportation Friday. Misao Kamisukasu, also known as Misao Koyama, arrived at Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport around 10 am. On board a silver van. Kaminsukasu wore a face mask, gray polo, black pants and a cap was assisted by two immigration officers. Upon entering the airport,  Kaminsukasu was immediately mobbed by Japanese reporters until he entered the boarding area. Some cameramen sneaked in during the commotion and were able to follow the Japanese fugitive inside. Less than one hour before his flight to Haneda, Koyama is at the passenger lounge but refuse to answer questions from reporters. According to BI spokesperson Dana Sandoval, Koyama was sent out early from his detention in Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig City. "I was told by the warden that they had to go to the main office for some documentation," Sandoval told reporters. BI Commissioner Jaime Morente signed the resolution for his deportation on Thursday. He was arrested in Manila last December 19 after allegedly staying in Pampanga for two months.  Ella Dionisio/DMS