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Inside Japan's secretive Squid Game like death row with mystery death trapdoors

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death penalty is given to the worst members of society today.One of those which might surprise people is Japan.Despite only being applied for aggravated murder convictions, the country also has the power to enact it for treason and military insubordination.READ MORE: Black mutant frogs spawning near Chernobyl nuclear plant 36 years after explosionAnd an image from a punishment room inside a Japanese prison has left many baffled – and scared.One of the methods still used by Japan is known as “long-drop hanging”, and a picture of the room used to do it in looks like something out of hit Netflix show Squid Game.The photo shows an ominous red square on the floor, with a small red square inside it.Above that is the metal fixing loop where the rope is hung from.But what lies beneath the creepy trap door is unknown, other than it being the space for the person being punished to swing from.The image has gone viral on Reddit, although it has not been made clear exactly which prison the room is in - apart from being in Tokyo.Users added more chilling facts about the way Japan carries out punishments in the room.One user wrote: “They don't tell the death row prisoners when they will be executed until the morning of execution.

Also they have around 99% conviction rates (not death sentence but still), so if you end up in a criminal court there you are screwed. “ And another added. “The long drop technique of hanging developed by Rev.

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