3. Close of McIntyre's shirt that reads (English) "Stop Parental Child Abduction"
4. Mid of McIntyre
5. Cutaway of journalists
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott McIntyre, journalist:
"In my case personally, I went more than a dozen times to the police with evidence and documentation relating to what I believe to be the kidnapping and abduction of my children. Nothing was done. Nothing was done in the school that my children were removed from, to date, nothing has been done in the family court despite repeated requests to have any form of information about my children. It's almost 250 days since I've spoken to, since I've heard from or had any meaningful information whatsoever about my children. I sit here today, I don't know if my children are alive, I don't know if they're dead."
7. Mid of McIntyre
8. Mid of journalist asking question
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott McIntyre, journalist:
"And this is all because Japan refuses to do what every other G20 nation has done and implement a system of joint custody. It's a basic and fundamental human right. We're not asking for revolutionary change, we're just asking for the rights of children to be protected as they are in most other civilized nations and this issue is bringing, in my opinion, is bringing shame to Japan because it's not good enough that in one way what we can consider, the police are not working, the government is not working, the legal judicial system is not working. It's easy to make an analysis that these kidnappings are state-sponsored kidnappings."
10. Mid of press conference
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott McIntyre, journalist:
"I was subject in that situation, the same as Carlos Ghosn was, to the use of 24-hour light, which is classified by both United Nations and Amnesty International as a method of torture. On three separate occasions, I asked to make a formal complaint that I was being tortured and I was told that nothing would be done and if I complained further, I would be placed in either solitary confinement or a straitjacket."