HAWAII — Islanders suffered under nearly three years of martial law from 1941-1944; so oppressive that it was later described by a federal judge as a “military dictatorship.” All manner of civilian liberties were replaced by oppressive military orders enforced by American soldiers.
KILAUEA, HI — A father was arrested when he gave his son the “old school” punishment of walking one-mile home from school to think about what he had done.
A Honolulu man was suffocated by police during a period of mental instability, reminding us once again that calling police on loved ones can prove to be a fatal mistake.
HONOLULU, HI — Free speech is under fire in Hawaii as the government took dramatic measures to stifle a woman’s criticism of the government made peacefully in her own yard. When she put up signs protesting the city’s habit of stealing private property, the government sent heavy machinery to literally drive onto her property and steal her signs.