Protesters ousted from sacred site where Elvis filmed movie
HONOLULU — State sheriffs on Thursday removed protesters from the ruins of a Hawaii hotel where they have been squatting since last year in an attempt to block redevelopment of land where Hawaiian chiefs once lived and where Elvis Presley’s character got married in the movie “Blue Hawaii.”
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There is nothing scared about private property as is the ugly face of racism. Further, the cowardly criminals made phony excuses for not taking on the big boys the Ige Administration dispatched to remove the criminals. The criminals then made threats that they were going after who ever (a court, a judge and Iges Administration) for upholding law and order as ordered by a judge to protect the public. It is called contempt of court, a very serious crime. For criminals to committ a multitude of crimes and threaten the public with out arrest and prosecution reflects the failure of lge to protect the public. Who knows, these criminals may follow through on their threats to Iges Administration and Ige himself.