Taiji Cove filmmaker Martyn Stewart detained in Osaka, accused of eco-terrorism

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Footage and photos of the gruesome hunt showed the waters stained red with the creatures’ blood. Local fishermen insisted the killing was “humane,” and that the dolphins “feel no pain” when slaughtered.

But outraged activists and citizens say there is more to the hunt that Japan doesn’t want the world to see and Stewart could expose all of that.

“My footage is not liked in Japan apparently,” he said.

“In four years of being here for the dolphins I have maintained the law and abided by their rules. My words and pictures did the rest.”

“The government of Japan will do anything to protect the rights of the fishermen of Taiji and the barbaric treatment of the animals involved.”

Following his post on Facebook, calls for Stewart’s release have reverberated throughout social media, with some urging US Ambassador Caroline Kennedy to take action.

Kennedy herself expressed disdain for the bloodbath. Taiji fishermen said Kennedy should see the hunt with her own eyes and how it keeps the local economy alive.

By Maesie Bertumen

Image of Taiji cull protesters: harvest breeding/Flickr