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rating: +44+x

Note: D-Class/Class-D in this document, if not specified, refers to D-Class War Criminal, not to be confused with D-Class personnel.

Item #: SCP-045-INT

Object Class: D

Special Criminal Prosecutions: As all Class-D criminals have completed their service to the Foundation, SCP-045-INT is archived, and this section is no longer applicable.

In August 1946, The International Para-Military Tribunal for the Far East, also known as the Taipei Tribunal, was opened on the legal basis of the Nagoya Agreement. It was established to prosecute individuals for crimes committed during the Pacific War.

One of the categories of crimes that the Tribunal prosecuted were those considered "crimes against normalcy." These crimes were defined as violations of the customs of anomaly, abuse of abnormal technology, or vandalism to the veil system in waging a war of aggression.

Violations of the customs of anomaly refer to actions that went against the established norms and customs of normalcy preservation, particularly concerning the use of abnormal technology. This includes the use of weapons or other technologies that were considered to be highly detrimental to normalcy. For example, memetic, self-replicating, para-chemical or para-biological weapons were considered a violation of the customs of anomaly.

Abuse of abnormal technology refers to the misuse or abuse of abnormal technology that is considered extremely inhumane. This includes using abnormal technology for purposes that were not intended, such as using a memetic phenomenon for genocide rather than self-defence.

Vandalism to the veil system refers to actions taken to damage or destroy the system that was in place to conceal or hide the existence of anomalous phenomena. This includes actions that were taken to reveal the existence of anomalous entities or phenomena to the public to alternate the war situation.

Saibara, Yukina. (2017). Foundation in Post-War Japan and Para-Military Tribunal, History of Anomaly in Asia, Japanese Branch Book Publisher

Description: SCP-045-INT was the system managing D-Class Criminals of the Asia-Pacific War, initially established to counter the lack of workforce, particularly in Eastern Asia, for normalcy maintenance and restoration after the Second World War and the Seventh Occult War. Eastern Asia had been a region where the Foundation could barely exert its influence before the war. The condition worsened as Imperial Japan expelled the Foundation from Eastern Asia, and a significant number of human resources with paranormal skills or talents were either recruited or destructed by Imperial Japan during the war. It was essential for the Foundation operation to employ the remaining personnel of the surrendered empire, regardless of their conviction during wartime.

Between 1972 and 2022, five investigations were conducted to collect testimony and documents from personnel involved in SCP-045-INT. A summary of these investigations is given below in this report.

First Investigation

Establishment and development of the system

The Foundation had collaborators in the Japanese Empire, such as Dr Saibara. Dr Saibara Kōtarō, a scientist in Rigaiken, distanced himself from the Shūshū-In and analysed the supernatural as a scientist, making various scientific discoveries. In the climate of growing nationalism and suppression of liberalism, he made early secret contacts with the Foundation and joined its staff shortly after the end of the war.

The Saibara family is famous for being the producers of Shūshū-In Ise Betsuin's researchers. They have descended from the Imbe (Imibe) clan. From the end of the Heian period, the family placed great emphasis on experimentation, recording practice and documentation, leaving behind many books that clearly describe the interpretation of Imikura documents and the state of kengi (experiments). After the Ōnin War, the Saibaras began to hide their existence from the public. There are traces of earlier official records being erased. After the war, researcher Saibara Kōtarō transferred these private Saibara family documents to the Foundation.

These private documents from the Saibara family suggest that the normalcy preservation in East Asia has reached a breaking point, leading to a change in the Overseer Council's optimistic perception of the status quo. On 11 September 1945, Harold A. Heasman, Special High Commissioner for External Relations, was informed by O5-11 of the basic policy of the Foundation.

The preservation of normalcy, rather than past history or political expediency, shall be the primary objective. Given the present state of Japanese society and the desire of the Foundation to achieve its objectives with a minimum of personnel and material, the Special High Commissioner of the Foundation shall preserve normalcy through Japanese institutions, including the Shūshū-In, to the extent that this will improve satisfactorily further the objectives of the Foundation. The Shūshū-In shall be permitted to exercise its normal functions in the maintenance of normalcy under the direction of the Special High Commissioner. However, should any Japanese institution fail to meet the requirements for implementing these provisions, the Special High Commissioner shall have the right and duty to request a change of personnel or to act directly.

Japan's past policies on the paranormal have caused a great disaster to the security of the Japanese people and put them in a difficult situation. Therefore, the Shūshū-In shall be merged into a foundation to preserve normalcy in Japan and prepare for supervision by the Overseer Council.

The fundamental policy of normalcy preservation in East Asia

In a meeting with one of the seven leaders of the Shūshū-In 'Houki', Heasman obtained the agreement of the Shūshū-In to include the Taipei Tribunal in the Nagoya Agreement as a policy to achieve the basic policy of the Foundation and to purge those who had conducted the Taiwan Miracle Exposition, which could be a threat to the Veil system.

The Shūshū-In and the Foundation signed the Nagoya Agreement on 11 September 1945. It provided for the establishment of a Board of Directors in Japan and the Japanese Branch of the Foundation, of which the Shūshū-In was the predecessor. It also provided for the operation of the Taipei Tribunal through an annexed document. On 31 December 1945, Region 81 and the Japanese Branch of the Foundation were established.

As noted above, Class-D criminals were a source of resources for personnel carrying out adverse or hazardous missions to preserve East Asian normalcy.

Second Investigation

report on turncoat D-Class war criminal

PoI File #1961 (File Name: Tadamasa)


PoI-1961 during his service as a Leiutenant of the Japanese Imperial Army

Personnel #: PoI-1961

Threat Level: Orange

Name: Kagawa Tadamasa(賀川 忠正かがわ ただまさ)

Sex: Male

Date of Birth: 9/12/1916 (According to Kagawa's testimony)

Status: Unknown, Presumed Dead

Description: PoI-1961 is an inherent Type-Blue Japanese male capable of using mass thaumaturgy, who served in the Imperial Japanese Anomalous Matters Examination Agency Special Autonomous Battalion , also known as the Youkai Battalion. Using thaumaturgy, he exhibited various anomalous abilities, such as freely manipulating the appearance of anyone, including himself or enhancing physical abilities such as reflexes and senses.

His testimony and information gathered after the war make it clear that PoI-1961 took advantage of his abilities to actively participate in various IJAMEA projects, including Project Go-Hakutaku in Taiwan from the 1930s to 40s, the Taiwan Miracle Exposition, Project Miezu, and Project Takayama.

In 1944, shortly before the fall of the Japanese Empire and the disbanding of the Youkai battalion, PoI-1961 deserted IJAMEA and surrendered to the Allied forces. Following his surrender, he provided the Allied forces with military information regarding major bases for the Japanese military and classified assets of the IJAMEA.

The information he provided helped deliver a decisive blow to Japanese para-military battle forces, including the Youkai Batallion in the Ramri Island battle of 1945. Such cooperation allowed him to participate in various para-science research projects, despite his status as a D-Class war criminal.

In 1946, several war crimes committed as a member of IJAMEA came to light, and PoI-1961 was classified as a Class-D war criminal. There are many deleted or incomplete records of PoI-1961's activities during the five years following his classification as a Class-D war criminal. Little has been confirmed besides that he worked at an unknown medical waste facility. It is believed that PoI-1961 was used for such work, as the Foundation Command at the time was using a significant number of Class-D war criminals for high-risk SCP containment work.

In 1953, PoI-1961, who had begun to gain the trust of his supervisors as a D-class war criminal, began to work under the Foundation's Korea Command. He held the position of researcher. At this time, as in IJAMEA, PoI-1961 seems to have been in charge of several experimental anomalous research projects, among which it can be confirmed that SCP-1108-PA was used to create humans with anomalous properties, such as reality-benders artificially. It was a manufacturing project. He held the researcher position for at least 20 years and was in charge of various Foundation affairs.

In 1976, however, PoI-1961 was consolidated with the reorganisation of the Korea Command, and the projects and facilities he was in charge of were disbanded. Information about the project was largely destroyed, and the exact reason is unknown. Still, the report mentioning his dismissal cites "unethical behaviour that does not conform to the Foundation's ideology" as a problem.

PoI-1961's dismissal was originally in the form of a dishonourable discharge within a couple of years. However, a year later, PoI-1961 caused a minor containment breach, took advantage of the chaos, stole classified information from the Foundation and went into hiding.

Recent Activities: Last seen on ██████, Republic of Korea.

Actions: PoI-1961 stole Security Clearance 3 classified information before his planned disposal and fled the Foundation. Speculations strongly suggested that the PoI has surrendered to hostile GoIs, but no evidence has been found.

PoI-1961 is presumed dead, but an on-site search is ongoing in a low priority.

Notes: N/A

Excerpt from Foundation D-Class War Criminal List

The record below has been altered following the death of Hiranuma Shinpei in October 1964.

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SCP Foundation Human Resources File


Hiranuma Shinpei, 1937

Name: Hiranuma Shinpei
(平沼 進平)
Class: 3-B
Affiliation: SCP Foundation Province-81 Science Department
SCP Foundation Japanese Branch Science Department
Current Location: Site-8106
Position: Head of Research Team 2, Science Department
Education: BSc, Tokyo Imperial University
DSc in Bacteriology, King's College London
Notable Points: Adept at rifling and swordsmanship
Received military training, efficient leader, has ample knowledge about anomalous entities.
Can speak Russian, Korean, Japanese and English.

Biography: [REDACTED] SCP-045-INT clearance required for viewing.

Hiranuma Shinpei is a Type Blue Japanese male who once worked for IJAMEA. He specialised in life extension and battle thaumaturgy, which aided in him leading and assisting many IJAMEA projects.

Hiranuma Shinpei's whereabouts can be traced using the documents collected after IJAMEA was officially disbanded. He was born in 1886, in Tokyo, as the son of Hiranuma Katamori, a Shūshū-In Researcher. Born in an affluent family, Hiranuma received modern education in his youth. Raised as a member of the Shūshū-In, he finished secondary education earlier than others and started studying science at Tokyo Imperial University. Records tell that higher education allowed him to work on improving traditional containment procedures as a researcher.

After leaving the Shūshū-In in 1909, Hiranuma joined IJAMEA and assisted the first and third project, Hakutaku, which had been in progress for several years. His experience at Shūshū-In allowed him to excel in performance. Thanks to this, he was promoted to major and was deployed to IJAMEA Joseon Base. Many more promotions followed his other exploits, such as the investigation of Soŭl hamlet of 1912 and the Great Jangseung Village of 1915. However, records revealed that numerous humanoid anomalies were contained in IJAMEA bases and suffered inhumane treatments, some being conscripted to IJAMEA projects against their will. The most notable groups are the Seŭlgaites, and Sushindo followers1, many conscripts were classified as D-Class war criminals.

In the 1920s, Hiranuma briefly retired from IJAMEA work and became a graduate student at King's College London, United Kingdom. It is presumed that the motive behind this act includes establishing cooperative ties with the UK Secret Intelligence services. Having majored in bacteriology, Hiranuma also participated in multiple research projects about pathology and infection, which helped weaponise related anomalous entities for the Japanese Empire.

After finishing around five years of study, he returned to Japan and was appointed to the Ritsushima base on Ritsushima2, Okinawa Province. It is presumed that Hiranuma learned the art of life extension, collecting and taking advantage of various local thaumaturgical methods and anomalous entities. He also introduced anomalous research using captured humanoid anomalies and prisoners of conscience. Thanks to his exploits from 1926 to 1931, he was promoted to colonel.

After this period, he briefly worked on the Japanese mainland. After this, he was appointed to the Kyeongseong Base of IJAMEA on Joseon. One notable event is a terrorist attack on the Kyeongseong base in 1935, one year after his appointment. Hiranuma himself and many other employees were injured in the attack. IJAMEA deliberately downplayed the event, but it seemed to have affected the IJAMEA administration. Records show that Hiranuma was well acquainted with the attacker, Nakano Hanno, though it is unclear whether this was related to the attack.

This attack changed radically altered Hiranuma's behaviour. It is recorded that he acted impulsive and emotionally, requesting an investigation of the Nakano Family and meeting Nakano Hanno himself when he was arrested one year after the attack. His frequent erratic behaviour continued after the 1939 Ritsushima Base(where Nakano was incarcerated) revolts. It is presumed that his reputation in the IJAMEA leadership worsened from this period.

In 1941, a search of a previously unknown anomalous space revealed Sangmyeong-dong in Kyeongseong-bu, Joeseon - modern day Myeongcheon-gu3, Seoul. At that time, the location was inhabited by political offenders and anomalous entities seeking refuge. Hiranuma was deployed here. The motive behind this act is presumably political, as Hiranuma was disciplined for 'strategic defeat' shortly after his deployment.

In 1944, Hiranuma started cooperating with the Allied powers, contacting UK SIS informants and providing the Allied power and Foundation with classified military intelligence. These ties helped Hiranuma's family to enter the United Kingdom under the radar. Hiranuma himself remained in Japan, continuing his work as an Allied Spy. Such actions allowed him to be hired by the Foundation directly after the end of WWII.

In 1946, Hiranuma Shinpei was classified as a D-Class war criminal. However, he suffered no consequences thanks to his exploits and contribution. Hiranuma was appointed to Sector 81 directly after his recruitment. After the official Japanese branch was established, he worked, being moved around the first sites of the branch.

He drew little attention to the Internal Securities Department. However, he was recorded to expunge his classification as a D-Class war criminal in 1960. Hiranuma suffered no disciplinary action, but after his death, it was revealed that he edited and covered information that was unfavourable to him.

In 1964, Hiranuma Shinpei was found murdered in an old IJAMEA Quarters. The equipment used to kill him was an IJAMEA army sword found on site. Investigations concluded that the murder was unrelated to the Foundation, and the case was closed.

Investigations conducted by the Internal Security Department following Hiranuma's death, multiple pieces of multiple or hidden information were restored. Additional information is to be compiled in this document.

Third Investigation

People who were exempted/not subject to prosecution

The Imperial Japanese Army Special Medical Force (IJASMF, Unit Negative Numbers) was a special army unit established in 1937.

Founded by Ashibune Tatsuomi, the IJASMF is a unit of the Imperial Japanese Army dedicated to occult and paranormal research. Ashibune Tatsuomi was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel by the IJA and organised the IJASMF with his subordinate at the Shūshū-In, Kido Yoshihiko, and two other invited researchers, Yomoda Tomio and Ada Beatrix Babbage.

After reviewing the various records, I have come to the conviction that the IJASMF attempted to develop immortal soldier technology, used inhumane methods to test the limits of what the human body can withstand when exposed to abnormalities, and subjected its members and the local people to dangerous tasks.

Recent research shows that between 1941 and 1942, the use of Y-909 analogues for cognitive disruption of enemy soldiers resulted in a total of approximately 5,000 casualties among US, British, Australian, and Indian and local volunteer soldiers in the Battle of Singapore and the Philippines.

Kamikase, Takayuki. (2020). Abnormal Anatomy and IJASMF, ParaBiologos, The Society of Abnormal Biology, Japan

At the end of World War II, many of those involved in this institution was not prosecuted by the Taipei Tribunal due to negotiations with the Foundation and the UNGOC, and many continued to work for the Foundation, the UNGOC and other post-war institutions for normalcy preservation. Meanwhile, a certain number of physically enhanced subjects who fought in combat were designated and prosecuted as Class-D war criminals.

Dr Ada Beatrix Babbage was a scientist with a passion for death. Her interest in this field started at a young age when she lost her brother to a mysterious illness that was never fully diagnosed. But death has a strange fascination. In the eyes of this innocent child, it was something unexpected and interesting beyond her understanding. She spent hours observing her brother's breathing, which she called nursing, as his breath became weaker and weaker. She would eat alone in front of her brother, even when her mother called her to eat in the dining room. To my mind, she was not watching her brother. She recorded his temperature every five minutes and carefully made a graph of irregular ups and downs. She was watching the road to death. She said the sensation of pleasure was so intense when she witnessed the collapse of homeostasis. This experience sparked her curiosity and desire to uncover the unknown and led her to pursue a career in biology.

She went to America to continue her studies. She conducted inhumane experiments designed to study the effects on the human brain of the anomaly in the gradient of the Reality Field caused by genetic replication error and the mental illness that resulted. However, these experiments resulted in the death of many people, and almost 100 families were affected. Despite her extensive knowledge of biology, she disregarded ethical and moral considerations in her quest for knowledge.

Facing arrest by the normalcy preservation organisation for her unethical practices, she fled to Japan, where she joined the IJASMF, an organisation dealing with paranormal phenomena during the Second World War. Despite her troubled past, she was determined to continue her research, using her expertise in biology to further the IJASMF's mission. Ashibune understood that she was an expert in biological and paranormal death, believing that knowledge of death was necessary to achieve eternal life or immortality.

What did the Foundation do after the war? The Foundation never prosecuted her. She survived, was employed by the Foundation for a while, then escaped from the Foundation, and we do not know the current situation around her. Frankly speaking, it is a blunder.

Suenaga, Katsuyosi. (1968). Shrieking of Silence, Sinano Chuo Press

Various other individuals who were involved in serious wartime incidents were exempted, and some are still involved in maintaining normalcy.

Fourth Investigation

Representative Record of D-Class Effectiveness Along with A Case of Non-standard Employment

Excerpted from Reports of Anomalous Disaster Recovery Employing Class-D War Crime

Follow-up Report on The Previously Missing Taiwanese Imperial Japan Paranormal Servicemen Recovered on 29 March 1947

Dr. Nakai Hiroshi 中井廣
July 14th, 1953

Our team had been implementing anomalous disaster recovery operations in mainland China since the beginning of 1947. Under the command of the Far East Lodge of GOC and the Far East Temporary Branch of the Foundation, in February, we were sent to Shanghai, where we should investigate, remove and recover anomalies set or discharged in wartime. March 26th, we got a report saying that a communist-controlled military base in Nanking4 was struck by an anomaly, resulting in serious casualties. Due to the close distance, we were the first to deal with the event.

The following is a series of notes on the Anomalous Hazard Response Operation of that time:

Excerpted from Records of Non-standard Class-D Employment in Mainland China


Taiwan is an island once conquered by the Qing Empire of China, then colonised by Imperial Japan from 1895 through 1945. As America entered the war in 1942, Imperial Japanese Army implemented a Special Volunteer System to recruit Taiwanese to fight on various fronts. After Imperial Japan surrendered in 1945, some Taiwanese could not go back to Taiwan and Japan with the defeated Japanese army because Japan gave up its sovereignty over Taiwan to the Republic of China (R.O.C). These people were stranded at the sites, particularly in Southeast Asia, and captured by the British, Australian, Dutch and other Allies.

The forces that remained in Southeast Asia were not exclusively non-anomalous. In July 1946, some of the soldiers with anomalous abilities were sent back to Taiwan, awaiting the Taipei Tribunal. Learning the existence of such paranormal troops, the R.O.C. government took advantage of informational opacity brought by the Veil, secretly took over some of those forces and dispatched them to fight in the Chinese Civil War against the communists. Such operation was concealed from both the GOC and the Foundation.

Fifty-two of the soldiers taken over by R.O.C caused the event in Nanking when they assaulted a communist-controlled military base there. One of them, according to their report, went berserk after destroying the base and brutally killing their leaders and supervisors, creating an opportunity for them to flee away. Sixteen of the soldiers were discovered alive. They had suffered from combat stress reactions of different severity with various mental illnesses. All of them accepted the Foundation's proposal, willing to join as Class-D personnel and "hoping to atone for the crimes committed in Southeast Asia."

The following interview was conducted in Shanghai with one of the soldiers on 10 April 1947:

It was a scandal for the R.O.C. government to intercept the war criminals and even redistribute them as pawns to create more anomalous disasters. The rift between the Foundation and R.O.C has since surfaced and led to a short period when the two operated completely independently until the Korean war, during which the Foundation was once again driven away from mainland China by the Soviet. But the bond was still far from fully mended until the early 1990s.

Commented by Lee Teng-hui, Head of RAISA-ZH at that time

Excerpted from Retrospective Profile Investigation of Class-D War Criminal Who Had Served In Site-168 of the ZH Branch.

The group of 60 Taiwanese Imperial Japan Soldiers were abandoned by Imperial Japan in Southeast Asia. three of them died in prisons in Indonesia, five passed away in the process of returning to Taiwan, 36 were killed, commited suicide or went missing in the attack in Nanking, and 15 were lost in Class-D operations. The last one, Chen Chao-Tsai(陳朝才) made an extraordinary contribution in a major breach event of Site-168 in 1969 and was exceptionally released. However, the remainder of his life was not peaceful, as he was put into jail by Taiwan Garrison Command with false accusations in 1973 and was never released again until he died in 1986.

Dr Karl Grisham
January 25th, 1990

Fifth Investigation

Kurusu Memorandum

The system of Class-D war criminals was maintained for 70 years after the war but was phased out as the war criminals aged; the system became more irrational and was replaced by regular Class-D personnel. There are some Class-D war criminals who received no punitive treatment at all and some who escaped from the Foundation, indicating that the system is flawed.

The present investigation has not reported any arbitrary or unlawful deprivation of life of Class-D war criminals by Foundation staff in the past decade. Treatment was generally in line with the Foundation's ethical standards, but the medical and psychological care system was inadequate. The managers of the containment facilities generally followed or seriously considered the recommendations of the Ethics Committee.

Before the 1970s, there were several sites and facilities used to enforce absolute obedience to orders to send Class-D war criminals on dangerous missions. A significant number of Class-D war criminals were given relatively easy jobs, while a number of them were trained and forced to perform their duties under strict discipline until absolute obedience became a habit. In some operations, absolute obedience was enforced in peacetime by strict discipline and harsh punishment. Some of those subjected to such treatment were from Japan, but many were low-ranking soldiers and workers.

In conjunction with the fifth investigation, Kurusu Sakuya, a confidential observer of the Foundation's Ethics Committee, submitted a memorandum to the Ethics Committee and the Board of Directors criticising the system of SCP-045-INT.

My understanding of the IJASMF is that a small number of the upper echelons have been subject to prosecution, and many others have been exempt from prosecution. Some IJAMEA officials were tried and convicted as defendants but received lesser sentences than the test subjects or worker defendants, who could, in fact, be considered victims. A previous investigation by the Foundation's Ethics Committee has shown that this is because they had already added to the Foundation's human resources in the form of being employed by the Foundation and were needed by the Foundation.

The main reason for installing the D-Class system was to prosecute war crimes against normalcy, but this could not be achieved due to many exemptions and was diverted as a source of personnel. It was clear from the outset that the D-Class system, as part of the containment system, was dysfunctional.

The D-Class system is based on these D-Class criminals, but today it has been extended to a wider range, and it has been called D-Class personnel. Several researchers and agents, even those who have passed the loyalty test, have reported that this system is extremely unpleasant. In addition, a stable supply of this type of personnel is impossible in many countries.

People cannot bear senseless deaths, so they turn senseless 'deaths' into worthwhile 'sacrifices'. Perpetrators play victims by dissociating themselves from their crime. Victims make themselves 'martyrs' by associating themselves with their damage. This practice victimises the perpetrator and closes the way to a critical awareness of the potential perpetrator nature in the victim. Moral justifications without introspection must come to an end. Foundations must also reflect on their conduct regarding SCP-045-INT and become aware of the damage they have made.

Kurusu, Sakuya. Kurusu Memorandum.

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