In this Friday, Oct 19, 2012 photo, U.S. Ambassador to Japan John Roos, right, reacts during his speech to the media on a rape of a Japanese woman by two U.S. sailors on Okinawa as Comm

 

              In this Friday, Oct 19, 2012 photo, U.S. Ambassador to Japan John Roos, right, reacts during his speech to the media on a rape of a Japanese woman by two U.S. sailors on Okinawa as Comm
In this Friday, Oct 19, 2012 photo, U.S. Ambassador to Japan John Roos, right, reacts during his speech to the media on a rape of a Japanese woman by two U.S. sailors on Okinawa as Commander of U.S. Forces in Japan Lt. Gen. Salvatore Angelella listens at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. Weary of rules limiting the freedom of their “overwhelmingly outstanding” sailors, the top commanders of the U.S. Navy in Japan eased after-hours restrictions this month. Just four days later, two sailors were accused of rape on Okinawa, a small island that has long had a tense relationship with the large American force stationed there. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)