Department of the Attorney General
August 14, 2018 By: Chad Rhodes
Now that the emergency of the Lava eruption is coming to remain constant on the “SLOW” gauge, time to get back to changing laws that keep criminals behind bars.
Now all we have to do is keep a close eye on the Judges of the Big Island. They seem to have issues with putting the criminals of sex crimes behind bars and keeping them there. Just as they do with hardened criminals in all categories by the way it looks.
We need the people to start paying attention and stop turning a blind eye when it comes to your neighbors screams for HELP. I have heard person after person tell me there neighbor was screaming for help because her old man was beating her or the child that is being molested and you know it to be true. I asked them did you call the cops “NO”, I no like get involved. It’s not going to stop and your not going to save that person or child from abuse until you take ACTION… We need more action.
- With so many Sex Offenders and Child Predators displaced by the Lava Eruption, does HCJDC know their where-a-bouts?
- Did they re-register or slip between the cracks of the lava once again?
- Is anyone asking these questions?
It has been a long 3.5 months with the emergency evacuation of Leilaniu Estates, Kapoho, and all along the east rift zone area of Puna Hawaii. That leaves one to wonder has any of the Sex Offenders re-registered with HCJDC?
I did not hear a peep from the primary electoral candidates. They were to busy giving out promises to fight for free medical. It’s to bad not one of them said they were ready to put the time in to make a change. Make better laws so they Protect and Benefit the VICTIMS not the criminals.
Did you know?
Positive identification of a person believed to be a covered offender cannot be established unless the person’s fingerprints are compared against the offender’s fingerprints taken at the time of arrest or incarceration.