“State of Hawai‘i Judges OKAMOTO, FOLEY, LEONARD, and REIFURTH committed a war crime by willfully depriving my client, a protected person, of a fair and regular trial prescribed by the fourth Geneva Convention. The Plaintiff, State of Hawai‘i Department of Hawaiian Home Lands Chair JOBIE MASAGATANI and State of Hawai‘i Governor NEAL ABERCROMBIE, represented by the State of Hawai‘i Attorney General DAVID M. LOUIE and Deputy Attorney Generals MATTHEW S. DVONCH, DIANE K. TAIRA and S. KALANI BUSH were complicit in these proceedings and therefore committed a war crime as accessories.”
The War Crime Complaint concludes:
“Accordingly, pursuant to Article 17(3) of the Rome Statute, I respectfully request the office of the Prosecutor, with all due speed, investigate the situation in order to determine if the alleged perpetrators should be charged with the war crime specified above.”
The ICC jurisdiction over the Hawaiian Islands will begin March 4, 2013.
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We the Positive Re-Action Hui along with Other groups will be hosting a peaceful demonstration of Protest against the military for the closing of our beaches.
We will be meeting at the entrance of Bellow's Airforce Base on Kalanianaole Highway and Tinker road. Meeting from at 8:00-2:00pm. June 6th - 7th 2008 Saturday & Sunday.
We will be parking on Makai side of the entrance to Bellows close to Kalanaianaole Hwy.
If you need more information call us. Mahalo Nui Loa
Mabel & Solomon Spencer Jr. & Kawehi Kanui Gilll
954-7124 Comment by Donna Burns 1 day ago Kawehi,
I didn't get a chance to read the article on the front page of the Advertiser, but noticed a photo of sherwood forest (sure that isn't the original name). Is it realated to that article? I will try to read it. Best to have something to better understand the issues.
Donna Comment by Kawehi Kanui 1 day ago My son-in-law will bring the Stew to Saturday's event.
Sunday, we will have Sandwiches and juice for those coming to support. Comment by Pomaikaiokalani 1 day ago Delete Comment Aloha Pomai,
Saturday and Sunday 8-5 p.m. I will be sending out a press statement.
Bring sun screen, something to eat and drink.
We will have water, brown rice and sandwiches on hand.
Kawehi. Comment by Pomaikaiokalani 1 day ago Delete Comment ALOHA Mai, e Kawehi, I been thinking of you alot. I'll be there on Sat and most likely on Sunday also with Flags. I go for the Health Check up today.
Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom,
HE HAWAII AU, HE HAWAII MAKOU, o Pomai Comment by Kawehi Kanui 1 day ago Aloha Pomai,
That's the military for you.
We are planning a weekend sign-up petition rally in Waimanalo on Sat. & Sunday.
Come down bring your flags, signs and sign-up on to the Native Tenants United
Petition calling for the return of our lands based on Hawaiian Kingdom Laws in the Ahupua'a of Waimanalo...Crown Lands.
We will be making an issue of it and probably have to take them to court. If you want to be a part of the suit, sign up onto the petition which we will have in Waimanalo, across of the big beach park.
I'm on Hawai'i today but will be back for that. My family is organizing that one.
Kawehi Comment by Pomaikaiokalani 1 day ago Delete Comment Wednesday, June 3, 2009
More enforcement of rules planned at Bellows camping site
Photo gallery: Closure at Bellows
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By Eloise Aguiar
Advertiser Staff Writer
WAIMANALO — The Marine Corps yesterday outlined steps it and the city will take to ensure public safety and protect the environment at campsites in the Marine Corps Training Area, Bellows, including barriers to keep vehicles off the beach and greater enforcement presence.
Col. Robert Rice, commander for Marine Corps Base Hawaii, said at a press conference yesterday at Bellows that recent infractions there by weekend users prompted him to close the campsite during the month of June while different agencies work to mitigate problems.
The city will install signs with rules, parking will be clearly delineated and the front gate will be manned to prevent people from bringing in construction debris and all-terrain vehicles, Rice said.
"We are all about protecting the 'aina and enforcing the rules," Rice said. "We want this to be a safe, family-friendly environment for everybody. We want them to leave it the way they found it: a pristine environment."
The Marines announced its decision to temporarily suspend public use of the training area after arrests on Memorial Day weekend. Illegal activities such as drug use, fights, large campfires, trash dumping, off-roading on the beach, alcohol use and vehicle break-ins had gone too far, Marine officials said.
While people agree the environment needs to be protected, some questioned closing down a popular campsite at the beginning of summer.
Wilson Ho, chairman of the Waimanalo Neighborhood Board, said the police have things under control and closing the campsite will create a hardship, especially for families who had planned to spend their vacation camping instead of spending more money to travel.
Some 1,000 people visited the area on Memorial Day weekend and only five people were detained, Ho said. "That's less than 1 percent of the people."
Bill Brennan, a city spokesman, said 50 camping permits were issued for the first two weekends in June. Permits are issued two weeks in advance so none were given out for the last two weeks of June, Brennan said.
"We're not canceling the permits for this weekend or next, just in case there's a change of heart (today) or tomorrow," he said. "But we won't take permit applications for the following weeks."
In April, the Marines gave the city until July 4 to make agreed-upon changes at Bellows but there was no talk of closing it down, Brennan said, so the recent announcement was a surprise.
"The mayor doesn't believe the closure is necessary or warranted," Brennan said, adding that the work can be done during weekdays, when camping is not allowed.
Maj. Alan Crouch, a Marine Corps spokesman, said the decision wasn't made suddenly or lightly. The base commander had been aware of problems since last year and had been working with the city, but the illegal dumping on Memorial Day was a deciding factor, Crouch said.
When an enforcement officer approached people dumping litter, one of them became belligerent and it was necessary to call base patrol to help control the situation, Crouch said.
People driving vehicles on the beach — possibly leaking fluids, endangering sunbathers and parking on tree roots, which could kill trees — was another reason for taking action, Crouch said.
"Although it seems sudden, this is for the sake of protecting the environment and protecting all those who visit this beautiful place," Crouch said.
Reach Eloise Aguiar at firstname.lastname@example.org. Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 30, 2009 at 8:47pm Delete Comment
ALOHA Kaua, e Janos, There are many Kanaka Maoli Hawaii who continue to live in the American Box. Including many of my family and friends. I could not care less if America gives a Damn at this stage of my life. My only concern right now is those of my family and friends that are closest to me. As far as sttatements on websites, stand by I have just begun to work the websites. HE HAWAII AU, o Pomai Comment by Janos (Keoni) Samu on May 30, 2009 at 8:37pm Aloha e Pomai,
None of us have any doubt about your loyalty to your one hānau, but you have to realize that regardless if you say it 1000 times a day on Maoliworld that you are loyal to the Hawaiian Kingdom and that you had renounced your American citizenship earlier (just like we did), the aupuni o ka ʻAmelika Huipū does not give a damn. It is perfectly OK that you are not going to pull down any flags, because everyone of us should be involved in direct action in accordance with his/her own situation, feeling and state of mind, but without direct action changes will not occur. If a government ignores the international law and violates it day after day, it will not have any bad conscience ignoring statements on websites, like yours and mine.
Long live the Hawaiian Kingdom!
Me ke aloha.
Janos Keoni Samu 1
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