HAWAII GOVERNOR FALSELY ARRESTS KING AND PROVOST MARSHALL
31 Aug 2008 03:44 GMT
115 years after the U.S.S. BOSTON turned it’s guns on Iolani Palace and imprisoned Hawaii’s beloved Queen Liliuokalani, STATE OF HAWAII governor Linda Lingle had officials from the Department of Public Safety, the Honolulu Police Department, the Department of Land and Natural Resources, and what appeared to be a SWAT team converge on the steps of Iolani Palace to remove His Royal Hawaiian Majesty Akahi Nui,
his Cabinet Ministers, his bonded Royal Guard, and a U.S. federal Provost Marshall from the premises and arrested on August 15, 2008 between 8:30 and 9:30 pm on the very palace steps where the 1893 unlawful military invasion of the Kingdom of Hawaii occurred.
In a telephone interview with Mayze Danials of Las Vegas His Royal Hawaiian Majesty Akahi Nui, Lineal Decent Sovereign Heir of Hawaii and Trustee of the Kingdom of Hawaii Nation Ministry Trust stated: “…I was not charged. I was cuffed and taken by force from my own property. I was released at the jail with no charges, I told them I was the owner of that property and all those people were my Cabinet members, House of Nobles, and Royal Guards. They just released me with no paper work, no nothing.”
Official documents at the Hawaii Bureau of Conveyances verify His Majesty’s claims. The Deed to Iolani Palace (doc. No. 2000-176035 also identified as T.M.K.: 2-1-25-2 filed on December 14, 2000 at 10:OO AM) confirm that the Palace Deed is held by the Kingdom of Hawaii Nation Ministry Trust, Majesty Akahi Nui, Trustee. Other key documents include the Deeds to the Islands of Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii all filed in the Bureau of Conveyances at 11:30 AM on January 11, 2002, all giving the STATE OF HAWAII and United States government 30 days to challenge or rebut his claim to title. Every Deed is accompanied by a STATE OF HAWAII Exemption From Conveyance Tax. The Island Deeds are identified as follows: (Kauai) Doc No(s). 2002-005575 thru 2002-005576, (Oahu) Doc No(s). 2002-005573 thru 2002-005574, (Maui) Doc No(s). 2002-005579 thru 2002-005580, (Hawaii) Doc. No(s). 2002-005577 thru 2002-005578.
Among those arrested with His Majesty and charged with second degree burglary was Her Royal Highness Akahi Wahine, his queen and Minister of the Interior for the Kingdom of Hawaii. When asked for a statement for this article Her Royal Highness replied, “Who has the authority to charge us with burglary when we were at the palace on the authority of the lawful owner, the King, for a special assembly of Palace Ministers, and accompanied by the Royal Guard and U.S. federal Provost Marshal Love? Even the sergeant from the Honolulu Police Department who was standing right there outside the Diamondhead gate stated that he had no jurisdiction.” Eyewitnesses confirmed HRH Akahi Wahine’s statement, also asserting that the woman who claimed to be assaulted was a State of Hawaii employee who “reeked of alcohol” and reasoned that if an assault had occurred, “…the officer would have intervened without hesitation.” A hearing is set for September 8, 2008 in District court on the Island of Oahu for HRH Akahi Wahine and 5 others charged with burglary, all identified as diplomatic passport bearing members of the King’s Cabinet by official documents at the Kingdom of Hawaii. Interior Ministry.
Several members of the Royal Guard have been charged with trespassing and their hearing in District Court is scheduled for September 12, 2008.
Prior to the August 15th incident 3 warrants had been issued under the authority of U.S. Provost, one of which was a federal protective custody order. 73 year old U.S. federal Provost Marshal Love was the last of those arrested at the Palace to be released and it is not clear what charges he was being held on, or when a hearing will convene.
STATE OF HAWAII Governor Linda Lingle makes her home very comfortably at a private estate belonging to Queen Liliuokalani, and in statements to the media continually refers to His Majesty and his Cabinet and Royal Guard as “activists”, despite her failure and that of the preceding administration to successfully challenge or rebut His Majesty’s claims to the Crown and Throne of Hawaii.