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Reparations Responses

September 03, 1989

In response to the letter (Aug. 24) to The Times by Robert M. Garrick, Rear Admiral, retired, USNR, regarding 1948 reparation for interned Japanese-Americans, our family was paid a total of $800 for the loss of a house, automobile, and many family possessions, not to mention a father who became ill in camp and died because of lack of proper medical attention. Yes, Admiral Garrick, we received "reparation" in 1948. What is your price for freedom?

TED KOMORI

Norco

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