All Due respect

His research concentrated more on the Yazuka groups, which forms the biggest population in the country (Hessler, 2012). It has political, social and economic affiliation when it comes to the overall analysis. According to the concentration in this area, Hessler found out that the only expert in organized crime in Japan largest newspaper was an American. Adelstein knew no Japanese when he went to Tokyo from rural Missouri where he was brought up (Hessler, 2012). According to the author, this gave him the capability to carry out his research without being suspected by the group which could have led to his elimination.
The most common group of criminals in Indonesia is the yakuza. In this report by Hessler, it shows that for one to be a member of the group, one has to undergo initiation rites. For example, members of the Yazuka “decorated their backs and arms with tattoos” (Hessler, 2012). This made them stand out from the other citizens. Also to show respect to seniors, one had to chop off his finger as a sign of apology to a wrong done. It is also evident that this group becomes violent if other civilians who try to interfere with their ability to meet their goal as a group. This group uses blackmail as a tool to meet their objective, loan sharking and corruption which is most evident in government offices.
The author found Japan to be less dangerous as compared to United States where only one murder was committed which was ten times lower than in United States of America. This was seen to be supported by the law that incriminated anyone who owned a gun, a bullet or even pulled the trigger since the three were charged as three different crimes and subjected to three different penalties. In contrast to this, in United States, no big deal is there to own a gun or even a bullet, which makes the crime rates to be high (Hessler, 2012). Hence, this has helped to minimize the crime rates in one way or the other. For example, it makes it