#2211223 at 2018-07-19 18:38:30 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2788: Never Give Up, Never Surrender Edition
Eight of the allegations involve airfare for trips to Las Vegas, Miami, and Washington D-C. A lot of it was for first-class travel. One trip included seven members of Ahakuelo's family.
"A lot of us were shouting like 'Look, we don't want any trouble just go and just get out of here,'" Lauren said.
Lauren said she was then attacked by the group of teens.
Brown, Brian and their other friend Fred jumped in to help.
"Immediately, they decided they were going to take her purse from her and they started assaulting her and jumped on top of her," said Brian. "That's when me, Fred and Will just tried to pull them off, then everyone was assaulting us and it was just a chaotic mess."
Brian says about 15 seconds is all it took before the attackers, roughly 15 of them, ran off with Lauren's purse.
Brown was lying on the ground.
(Insert daily violent hate crime against white people) (really)
The odor of formaldehyde stings the air in the second floor laboratory of Honolulu's Department of the Medical Examiner Iwilei facility. The scent clings to the throats of all who enter the room where technicians slice tissue in preparation for biopsies.
A fume hood is supposed to suck out the carcinogenic fumes, but the hood isn't working properly.
Rubio likes to keep a bottle of lotion on her desk, but the rats that infest the building keep chewing through the plastic.
Built in 1986, the crumbling facility has had no major repairs. Now, there are real concerns that the condition of the facility is threatening the health of workers and visitors to the building. Criminal cases also could be at risk if evidence collected by the medical examiner becomes tainted due to contamination from leaks or unsafe handling.
A new federal grand jury has already been empaneled. Special prosecutor Wheat is scheduled to return to Hawaii in early November to continue his investigation into corruption and abuse of power within the Honolulu Police Department and other law enforcement agencies, potentially including the office of Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Keith Kaneshiro.
Beste said Kealoha had a history of "abusing the levers of power" as a deputy prosecuting attorney and had contacted others who had testified before the federal grand jury, some of whom she asked to communicate with her via encrypted messaging.
He also noted that Kealoha had at least 10 separate phone numbers that she allegedly used to "avoid detection and avoid monitoring."
A Maui Police captain resigns following sexual assault accusations that he groped a fellow officer. StephenOrikasa, who served for 27 years turned in his gun and badge last Friday, but the allegations against him date back to June of 2017.
According to MPD officials, his alleged victim is a fellow officer in the police department.
("Nice" area) "A couple more druggy guys, more chronic guys been coming over here," said Kailua business owner, Joe Banks. "You'll see all the rubbish left over and needles have been found." The residents say they see the signs every day. They took us through the stream where we saw rubbish, toilet paper, and even a bicycle in a tree.
Pick any night in Waikiki and you'll see prostitutes plying their trade, pimps protecting their property, and the darker side of night life screaming "Sex for Sale."
"This is a multi-billion-dollar a year industry," said Kathryn Xian, co-founder of Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery (PASS)..
When two special agents from Homeland Security Investigations arrived to do a follow-up interview with Situ, she allegedly told them she wants the same arrangement her friend's massage parlor has with a Honolulu law enforcement officer. She said her friend runs a prostitution business and pays an officer who tips her off about any law enforcement activity.
Situ said "it was hard for her to operate her business successfully with so much law enforcement activity," the complaint said.