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I went down the rabbithole with reverse image search, the earliest occurance recorded by google of this picture is from some rabid site from 2001
>http://www.mk2010.net/page004.html
At first I struggled to make sense of this side and couldnt find the picture but there it was, on the sidebar, again, referenced as a victim of the tokaimura incident. Interestingly it also featured another picture, which seemed to show a victim of radiation (pic below)
A lot of clues could be found here:https://www.documentingreality.com/forum/f10/man-skinned-alive-9490/ but even with vpns this site doesnt let me go past 5-6 page without asking for 13$
Also if anyone is wondering the link in the corner of that image leads to some gif hosting site.
The farther I went down the timeline the more people refered to this image as a man skinned alive, some claims that it was from a mexican brothel or some shit but I couldnt back up those claims.
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>>20635623
A little correction, not 2001, but 1998
choosedeath.com is no longer up
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>https://m.blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?blogId=2001tang&logNo=110098369113&proxyReferer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.pl%2F
This an another good one, using google translate I managed to tell that the writer also thinks this is not Ouchi, he believes its a victim of the Chernobyl disaster, which makes sense, the photo looks older than 1999, so does the equipment.
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>>20635623
Interesting. Can't help right now but good luck OP
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>>20635623
It's a victim of radiation.
>The radiation was causing him to melt.
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83 days of radiation sickness. Japanese nuclear incident. They kept him alive as a guinea pig. He had no skin, his DNA was blasted to pieces so he had no new cells to help with healing at all.
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Hisashi Ouchi is his name.
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>>20635759
They didn't need guinea pigs. They were trying to see if they could "cure" it.
>unit 731 had done a bunch of these experimentations
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>>20635764
>>20635759
>>20635758
Its not Ouchi you fucking idiots, its often attributed to Ouchi but to anyone that read the book its obvious its not him god damnit
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>>20635627
someone explain pics related?
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>>20636244
read the op
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>>20635623

>Hisashi Ouchi

Tokaimura nuclear accident

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokaimura_nuclear_accident

The Man Whose D.N.A MELTED!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTa46EKzl_g

"He begged for death and died several times, but doctors revived him each time until he finally died after 2 1/2 months."

So this unfortunate man was burning alive and decomposing for 2 1/2 months? His death might have been the most painful in human history.
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Hey OP, I think you should have written a briefing for those retards
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This story is a good case for legalizing human euthanasia. Forcing him to live more than two months through this trauma is a horrible crime in my opinion. Would most medical doctors have injected him with an overdose of painkilling medication or a least allowed him die within 24 hours after admittance to their hospital?
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>>20636391
Retard

>>20636426
I guess I should baka, will make a new thread once this one dies

>>20636476
Its not him retard
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>>20635623
I wonder if it might be Steven Johnson Syndrome or something similar? There's a lot of similar conditions, might not be radiation

https://www.google.co.uk/url?q=https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/stevens-johnson-syndrome/symptoms-causes/syc-20355936&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwjhkeLvlr3aAhWIKcAKHYTiAAUQFggRMAE&usg=AOvVaw2mFuBO3hD_XBLbcfBm1PjU
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>>20635759
>>20636391
>>20636476

Download the book on Ouchi for yourselves, link here:
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/20622904/#q20623208


Also highly recommend the Japanese article on the accident - should allow you to auto-translate
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/東海村JCO臨界事故
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re: Ouchi's medical care, please read pic related
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pic related is "patient B" or "Mr. S" (Masato Shinohara)

hurt in the same accident (Tokimura) as Ouchi.

>Yutaka Yokokawa did not require transfusions and was discharged from the hospital on December 20, 1999. Hisashi Ouchi, 35, died of multiple organ failure on December 21, 1999. He suffered serious burns to most of his body, severe damage to his internal organs, and had a near-zero white blood cell count. Masato Shinohara, 40, died on April 27, 2000, of multiple organ failure despite a seven-month fight by doctors after his exposure to the large dose of radiation.
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I don't know about that case but i've seen something similar. I live near a industrial city and there is a big ammunition manufacturer. This random worker was dealing with a pack of gunpowder and it exploded. Even with 100% of his body burnt, no face, no fingers, he survived some days. He had to be put in a coma to make the pain stop. People say they could only identify him by his voice, from the screams.
I was at the hospital when he arrived. They evacuated and dedicated one entire section of the hospital to him. I got to see the body because i was "in the way". Those screams tormented me for months.
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sorry if I got off topic with the last couple of posts, OP.
>>20637251
>>20637253
>>20637292
Just wanting to clear up other Ouchi misconceptions while we're working.


Thank you for searching for the source of this pic. I made a huge search myself in 2016 about Ouchi, and started posting on /x/ that I couldn't confirm that the picture was him back then.

Is it possible that it's Masato Shinohara though?

I'll try searching 4plebs archives later, I've seen people say the pic was a burn victim.
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>>20636391


this and /thread

Fucking idiots.
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>>20635627
Is the body in pic 3 mouldy?
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It is a picture of Ouchi, not part of "muh spooky totally not arg rabbithole website" you buttmunch.
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>>20637253
May Ouchi rest forever in peace. No man deserves that kind of torture, this sickens me everytime I read about it. At least now we know that in case of high radiation exposure it's better to just commit suicide before you are no longer able to.
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>>20636576
stop calling people retards u succ
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>>20637944
what did he mean by this?
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>>20637253
Fuck this has to be the worst torture imaginable.

>heartrate of 120 bpm
Probably caused by the constant mind-breaking pain, jesus
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>>20635623
.
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>>20637251
That's very informative but the person in that picture is not ouchi. It's some guy who did the cinnamon challenge and fell asleep in a bathtub.
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>>20636476
Euthanasia may not be legal everywhere, but it's routinely practiced in secret. Once you're in hospice care, they kill you out of mercy by ODing you with drugs or denying food/water/air.
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>>20635776
If they transfused blood from another person, and he had no d.n.a., would the blood turn Touki into that other person if he survived?
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>>20638615
Really made me think.
What if he was bitten by a spider, would he become spider-man too?
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isn't this somene who got radiation poisoning and got kept semi-alive by soviet doctors to document the damage of extensive radiation to the human body? dont have a source, read that on here some time ago iirc
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>>20638639
If the only dna available to make new cells out of was somebody elses I think some fucky stuff could happen.
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>>20638671
They did try to give Ouchi some white cells from his sister but the radiation from his body destroyed the DNA in those too.
Even if it didn't, that's not how biology works. At some point you need more than blood/white cells if every cell in your body is destroyed to the core.
Stem cells could work in therory but you'd need huge amounts of it. (and no radiation from the body)
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>>20635623

Poopoo
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>>20638683
I did mention in my first post 'if he survived'
You're right that he'd probably need organs and stem cells and that fucks what I'm saying right out the bum.
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>>20636476
He was in medically induced coma you retard. You fags should spend more time reading than sucking cock
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>>20638787

>https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/20622904/#q20623208

His skin was pealing from his body and by day 11 he "was pushed beyond his limit" and verbally expressed his desire to end his intense suffering:

"I can't take it any more!"
"Stop it!"
"I want to go back to Ibaraki!"
"Mother!"
"Don't leave me alone."
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>>20637650
>>20637944
No.
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>>20637361
>Is it possible that it's Masato Shinohara though?
any thoughts on this? we know the pic isn't Ouchi, but it might explain how it got passed around the internet as far as it did. (that and people are idiots, who don't know how to look for sources.)
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>>20639268
I believe the photo was taken at least a year prior to the second Tokaimura accident
It still shows results when you reverse image search it with 1998 set as your time frame of interest
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>make a thread with hope for a real and fun investigation
>get invaded by retards unable to read before posting
this is /x/, ladies and gents
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So its Ouchi yeah? We have come to this consensus?
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>>20640004
ah, thank you for pointing that out, and for finding the info.
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>>20640170
It still might be a search engine error of sorts, I haven't had time to dig into this deeper
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Here is some of his torso.actually him.
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>>20640070
Its literally not him the opposite is true god can you brainlets fuck off arleady
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>>20640343
Nice ass (no homo)
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>>20640343
Are those bandages or skin flaking off his back?(I’m guessing bandages right?)
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>>20636576
>>20637650

Before calling everyone a retard and simply stating that this photograph is not Hisashi Ouchi, please provide evidence for the origins of this picture. Here is a link to the oldest photograph I was able to find so far on the internet:

https://www.documentingreality.com/forum/f10/man-skinned-alive-9490/

If you read the related pdf book, it states that Mr. Ouchi was losing significant amounts of bodily fluid and skin on a daily basis once his illness became acutely severe. A Russian doctor recommended amputating one of his limbs at one point of this horrific ordeal in order to keep the patient alive. That picture of his backside looks like it was taken midway through his hospital stay, before even more significant skin and bodily fluid loss occurred.

If this picture is either a Halloween prop, a plastic model of a burn victim used for training purposes, or some other victim, then please provide the source.
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>>20640343
This isn't Ouchi either. If you read the book, it's clearly stated that Ouchi's back skin was intact (shielded by the body itself), and that they attempted grafting only on the front side.
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>>20640802
Op called them retards because they didn't read the thread before posting so it's totally irrelevant and I'm with him on this one.

>A Russian doctor recommended amputating one of his limbs at one point of this horrific ordeal in order to keep the patient alive
>if you read the related pdf book
Citation needed
I've read the book but it was years ago
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It's ouchie. Deal with it nerds
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Happenings based in reality like these in this thread are so unfathomably terrifying, unnerving and uncomfortably paranormal that I shiver just thinking of witnessing them, let alone experiencing them. Top quality content.

Far better and paranormal than the shitty trite pretender stories that commonly appear on /x/.
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>>20640822
>>20640840

Please read the book for more information, the photograph may be fake or taken of some one else. Maybe the book is fake as well?

https://mega.nz/#!G2RDRJhL!ENHiO155KU65CA6reqil9gSvMp1gJSFOGVCZGWPPq04

(Simply click on 'view document' instead of downloading it if your computer's web browser can read pdf files.)

Page 71:

"Hearing news of Ouchi's deteriorating renal functions, the Russian medical specialist insisted that the right arm should be amputated. But the medical team did not follow this advice because of the risk of the amputation scar not healing."

I'm reading some of the other threads about this photograph, and some one mentioned that this man is actually some one else who fell into molten steel (in a metal foundry). But this photograph resembles a man who lost all of his skin and most of his bodily fluids.

Page 72:

Because Ouchi's chromosomes had been completely destroyed by radiation, his skin cells could not regenerate, preventing the generation of a new epidermis.

I noticed that areas where the skin had peeled off continued to peel, and none of these areas ever healed. I wanted to do something, but at the time, we had no idea how the skin damage was going to progress. There had never been a case of an acute radiation patient who had survived more than two weeks like Mr. Ouchi, and we obviously didn't have any literature we could reference.

Read all of pages 74 and 75 about Mr. Ouchi losing more skin each time the medical gauze was replaced, along with significant loss of bodily fluids (which increased later in this ordeal).

Page 77:

The volume of fluids seeping from his skin gradually increased and exceeded 2 L per day by mid-November. Finding a way to prevent fluid loss became the focal point of Ouchi's treatment.

Page 86:

Looking at Ouchi's skin, she was certain that he was suffering intense pain 24 hours per day.
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>>20635627
Holy shit is his eyes glaring at the camera in the 3rd pic? Delete this pic it's cursed!
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>>20641004
Where do you see eyes on that picture?
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>>20640757
Yes, bandages stuck to his body.
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>turned into a living chicken nugget by nucleon exposure
>his name is ouchy

And isn't it ironic, don't you think?
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>>20637253
I wonder if the accounts of his family requesting they keep doing their best to save him we're fabricated. What family would visit a loved one in that condition and wish they be kept alive?
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>>20641044
not as ironic as you thinking that you're smart while being completely oblivious of moonspeak
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>>20641078
>What family would visit a loved one in that condition and wish they be kept alive?
it's actually pretty common. People just can't stand reality and easily surrender to wishful thinking when things hits too close to home
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>>20641079
I actually took Japanese for 4 years as my foreign language in high school so I'm pretty familiar with moonspeak but its still funny.
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kinda reminds me of mad max when the one cop got burnt and max visited him that shit scared me as a child.
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>>20641078
The doctors convinced the family, Ouchi, the nurses and even themselves that there was hope for Ouchi. The amount of radiation his body received was measured at day 1 to be around 20 sieverts. Mortality rate was known at the time to be 100 percent in cases above 8 sieverts. This was never explicitly disclosed to Ouchi and presumably the family. In the book it is revealed the nurses purposefully prevented Ouchi from listening to news reports regarding his condition and prognosis. I personally find this to be ethically questionable behavior.
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>>20641078
I watched a team do CPR on a bed ridden, 95-year-old woman who had been in the long term acute care hospital I worked at for months with multiple chronic illnesses. I heard her ribs cracking with some of the chest compressions. She died, but that's the way she and her family wanted her to go. "Where there is life there is hope" - many people believe that. And many people believe life is sacred, precious, and it's wrong to "allow" people to die. Dr. Kevorkian is still seen as evil by many. Things get complicated when someone would die if the machines were turned off - but how those things are handled varies extremely from case to case, from state to state.

Did you read that his sister herself donated blood/white cells so that they could be transfused to Ouchi?

>>20641189
this is in the book, too? interesting.

End of life care and medical ethics are interesting topics to me. In the US we spend the majority of money on patients when they are elderly and dying, whereas other countries spend most healthcare money on prevention and in the early stages of life.
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>>20641177
>That thing in there, that's not the Goose. No way.
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Friendly reminder that up until his three tandem cardiac arrests on day 59 since the accident Ouchi's consciousness level was documented every day to be "E4VTM4/GCS", which translates to completely conscious but unable to communicate due to tube "T". Only after the heart attacks was his condition updated to "E1VTM1", meaning Ouchi no longer moved his body, opened his eyes or reacted to stimuli.

It's not all bad though. After violently expressing his constant agonizing pain on day 11 he spent the remaining months heavily sedated. He was administered fentanyl intravenously at a rate of 200 mg per hour. Despite this and other medications he responded to daily treatments and procedures with visible grimaces.
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>>20641657
How fast would it take to go mad from the pain? I think after a couple of days without skin I'd lose it
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>>20635623
That picture is fake. Ouchie guy never had his foot amputated. It would have not healed as almost all of his cells were kaputt. In the picture is a guy who experienced explosive depressurisation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byford_Dolphin#Diving_bell_accident
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>>20641781
>In the picture is a guy who experienced explosive depressurisation.
We know it's not the Ouchie guy but could you elaborate what makes you think that the photo is related to that diving bell accident?
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>>20641781
Are you retarded? The 4 divers of the Byford Dolfin accident died on the spot, one of them was literally blown to pieces.
Plus an explosive depressurisation would not remove 100% of your skin like that. The man in OP's pic is either severly burned or suffering from accute radiation sydrome. (which is known for causing your skin to peel off)
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>>20641781
>Ouchie guy never had his foot amputated.
right

>In the picture is a guy who experienced explosive depressurisation.
>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byford_Dolphin#Diving_bell_accident

I don't think so m8, do you have proof?
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>>20641801
There was actually one survivor but I doubt he's related to the photo.
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>>20641823
One of the tenders indeed survived but since he was outside of the chamber he was "merely" hurt by the explosion from the depressurisation, that doesn't match the wounds on the person in OP's picture at all
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>>20641801
Doesn't it make your body expand like a balloon? I would think it would make your skin a little loose.
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>>20641884
>Medical investigations were carried out on the four divers' remains. The most conspicuous finding of the autopsy was large amounts of fat in large arteries and veins and in the cardiac chambers, as well as intravascular fat in organs, especially the liver.[6] This fat was unlikely to be embolic, but must have precipitated from the blood in situ. It is suggested the rapid bubble formation in the blood denatured the lipoprotein complexes, rendering the lipids insoluble.[6] Death of the three divers left intact inside the chambers would have been extremely rapid as circulation was immediately and completely stopped. The fourth diver was dismembered and mutilated by the blast forcing him out through the partially blocked doorway and would have died instantly.

The three divers who died because of the decompression were described as "left intact". The fourth one was smashed through a hole 60cm wide, I think the the picture the anon posted above is what was left of him. You can see he has most of his skin left.
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>>20637860
If the body in the pictures belongs to Ouchi, then yes it is. From the book, detailing events a few days before Ouchi's death:
"Decreased blood circulation meant that antibiotics and antifungal drugs were poorly diffused in the body. The mold called Aspergillus appeared on Ouchi's body, feeding on bodily fluids seeping from the surface. The silver white Aspergillus spread from his body to his arms, and eventually to his groin."
Could somebody confirm the pictures are of Ouchi? They certainly fit the description of his condition at the moment of death.
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>>20635627
>>20637860
>>20641925
found pic related at

https://matome.naver.jp/odai/2142984262603939401
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>>20641992
>>20641925

still possible it's Masato Shinohara, another victim of the same accident, but not Ouchi. see >>20637292
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this Japanese Yahoo news page seems to indicate it's Shinohara, but there is no confirmation

https://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/david_nuuhiwa_noseriding_model/40880346.html
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>>20641992
There were only 2 deaths caused by the accident.
Why are there three corpses in the third picture?
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>>20642157
it's the same corpse in three different stages of removing gauze, anon. non three different corpses.
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>>20642157

I think that is three pictures of the second victim.
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>>20642165
nevermind.
I'm a fuck up.

I don't fucking know. thanks for pointing out the bodies are indeed different.

when I'm ready to translate more japanese sites and try to figure this shit out, I'll be back.
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>>20642165
>>20642170
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>>20642178
after I posted >>20642170
I posted >>20642173

should have included my first stupid response when I corrected myself in the second post.
sorry for the confusion.
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>>20642178

oh fuck, that >>20642170
was another anon. this is all fucked up.

I posed >>20642165
and then >>20642173
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>>20642157
The third picture and the first one are of one corpse (look at the gauze and marks on the body) and the second one might be of the patient B. So two corpses.
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>>20641992
>>20642157
the first and third (top and bottom) bodies look like the same body, to me. the middle one is a different body, though.
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If the two bodies are Shinohara and Ouchi, then OP's pic is neither of them (no missing leg).

FWIW, in old threads that where it was brought up that the pic wasn't actually Ouchi, the response I remember seeing claimed the pic was of a burn victim.
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Ask /pol/ about that photo but tell them that Hillary Clinton ate his skin, they'll find out in 5 minutes who he is
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>>20642219
It has been confirmed beyond a doubt that OP pic is not of Ouchi. No amputation was performed on him, and during autopsy his front torso, sides and right arm were described to be bright red and covered in blood. Skin on his back appeared normal, and the lines between the back and the impacted areas were described to be distinct.
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>>20642298
never meant to imply that it was. it's been debunked, but some trolls/assholes ITT were still saying otherwise. just thought I'd point out supporting evidence, is all.
thanks tho.
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>>20642302
>>20642298
I'm still interested who was that poor bastard though
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>>20642319
yeah, me too.

I have heard anons say 'burn victim' and went back through the archives a bit looking - I've been posting about the pic not being Ouchi since 2016 - but I haven't found any conclusive claims about it yet.
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>>20642319
What always raises my curiosity about OP pic are the fingers. Does anyone know what are the fingers suspended on and if it's standard to suspend them like that in burn units or hospitals in general? Haven't seen anyone ever address this.
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>>20642349
a friend of mine whose a doctor said it could be done to minimize contamination of the burned area and/or minimize pain by preventing contact to the areas but also stated he's never seen anything "that gruesome" before
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>>20642592
Thanks for the info. Did he say whether he thinks the man in OP pic is flayed or burned?
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>>20635799
>Ouchi
more like Ouchey! :(
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>>20635799
Why don't you take a deep breath and relax? I can hear your blood pressure rocket from here
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>>20642694
Who types like this on 4chan
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>>20642622
"Depends on the original condition, if that was what he looked like when he was pulled out of wherever he got it from. One of his legs appears to be little more than bone, the other is little more than bone and a few shreds of flesh
this kind of catastrophic damage doesnt even show up on the usual, except in a fire
or an explosionthe other is little more than bone and a few shreds of flesh
this kind of catastrophic damage doesnt even show up on the usual, except in a fire or an explosion. I'd be hard pressed to classify these injuries, except as deadly/life threatening
or basically black triage tag. In a nutshell the definition of catastrophic injury according to the OIICS classification, or what's used as standard nowadays is basically any injury involving the skull, spine and spinal cord coupled with fractures. All else I can add is using the WHO's injury classification, ICECI, W85 or X00, depending on how he ended up that way, probably X00 since burns could be the most likely cause or maybe a combination of the two if radiation burns were what did for him in this state; if the burns were due to an explosion it could maybe also fall under W38. But honestly because I haven't more details I can't think of much else to add. I'm also extrapolating based off of whatever possibilities come to mind so accuracy isnt my forte here, except determining that this guy suffered a severe catastrophic injury that basically almost did for him then and there I'm amazed the poor bastard is even alive."

He also said the SOP for burn patients is "SOP for wound care in the case of burns is cool them with water if they dont go beyond second degree, past that the only options are escharotomy of the burned area(s) along with reconstructive plastic surgery" in case you were interested.
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>>20642749
Thanks, doc
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>>20642711
ever since 2012 it's overblown with tourists
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>>20643082
summerfags, its that time of the year soon
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>>20642294

They would just conclude it's the jews.
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>>20642711
People other than you.




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