Is Kenya Suzuki Arrested? Galko-chan Artist Child Pornography Case

Kenya Suzuki, the creator of Galko-chan, has been charged with importing child pornography.

According to the Kyodo news service, the Aichi Prefectural Police detained Kenya Suzuki on suspicion of possessing child pornography imported from Germany in violation of Japan’s Customs Act.

According to Kyodo, a Funabashi City, Chiba resident allegedly received six photo collections by international mail on two separate occasions in September and October of last year.

Last week, manga creator Battan announced on Twitter that Suzuki had been reported missing for a week by police, but Battan later updated the post to say that Suzuki had been found.

Is Kenya Suzuki Going To Jail? Pedophile Charges Explored 

Police detained Kenya Suzuki, a 40-year-old manga author suspected of possessing child pornography, states the Kyodo news service.

Suzuki allegedly revealed before his detention that he desperately wanted to get nude images of foreign children that were not available in Japan.

According to the article, authorities raided Suzuki’s home and seized 46 books and periodicals, reportedly including child pornography.

Child sexual abuse is one of our society’s most terrible crimes and one of the most visible. Even a single false claim of pedophilia or child sexual assault can devastate a person’s life.

So, if Kenya committed this crime, he must go to prison and face all the consequences related to Pedophile. 

However, little is known about Kenya and the charges he will face; we will update this section as soon as more information becomes available.

Kenya Suzuki Wiki Details 

Kenya Suzuki is yet to be mentioned on Wikipedia’s official website. 

Kenya’s manga Please Tell Me! Galko-chan is his most well-known work.

Suzuki first uploaded the comic on Twitter before releasing it on Kadokawa’s ComicWalker digital manga service in June 2014. The manga will be published in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment.

Please Tell Me! Kenya Suzuki’s manga series Galko-chan was written and illustrated in Japan.

Seven Seas Entertainment has the English-language rights to the manga. Feel produced a 12-episode short-form anime series from January to March 2016.

Kenya Suzuki began publishing the series on Twitter, but on June 27, 2014, it was relocated to Kadokawa’s ComicWalker website.

The comic had been seen over one million times as of November 2015. Seven Seas Entertainment has the right to publish the series in North America.