BREAKING NEWS – Seattle, Washington – Yoshia Uomoto, 98, reacts as her son Mark Uomoto and niece Gail Yamada surprise her with their first in-person visit in a year after indoor visitation restrictions were lifted at Nikkei Manor, an assisted living facility primarily serving Japanese-American seniors.

Ms. Uomoto was shocked and angry after her son and niece told she was about to be arrested for her involvement in the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, and was preparing for the authorities to take her away. Even though Mark and Gail told her a few minutes later it was a joke, she still cut them both out of her will.