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  1. #3715
    Quote Originally Posted by LocaLoppa  [View Original Post]
    Everybody know the pimps and ladies are there. Why deputy never man up and arrest them still no make sense.
    The HPD chief and the new head AG are old boy style, no want make waves and hope all the heat dies down when Crooked Kathrine goes away. But she didn't do it alone, culture of corruption is still there. Pimps pay them part of their take and the police told to look the other way. This going to continue until the pimps ripoff the wrong tourist and suddenly a big media stink will blow up everything.

  2. #3714
    Quote Originally Posted by Bazinga808  [View Original Post]
    This is sad. Ume aka Tokyo Spa was one of my first places I started at. Now seems like all the places I visited are gone. Tokyo Spa, Dream, Rejuve, and even Sunflower seems to be gone too.
    This location was hit many times and the others next door at 350.

  3. #3713

    Arrests

    Quote Originally Posted by LocaLoppa  [View Original Post]
    Everybody know the pimps and ladies are there. Why deputy never man up and arrest them still no make sense.
    They're going after the establishments that advertise as a business so they can charge them with operating an illegal business, a Class B felony. The most they'd get at this place is prostitution, a petty misdemeanor.

  4. #3712

    Traffic

    Everybody know the pimps and ladies are there. Why deputy never man up and arrest them still no make sense.

    Quote Originally Posted by HorneyinHilo  [View Original Post]
    "Ten to fifteen police officers finally arrived at the Ebbtide Hotel, outnumbered by the group of aggressors. Over the next hour, the police calmed the aggressors some of whom continued to walk around with their bats even in the presence of the officers. As matters calmed, the police told us they would be leaving soon and suggested they could not protect us in our effort to secure the common areas of the building and to talk to people who might be entering or leaving the Property. In fact the police told us we should leave because one possible outcome was that we might be killed if we remained at our Property. . ".

    http://hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesM...literally.aspx

  5. #3711

    "Police Calmed the Aggressors"

    Quote Originally Posted by LocaLoppa  [View Original Post]
    Where is the popo and deputy? Looks like an easy photo opp.
    Low hanging fruit.
    "Ten to fifteen police officers finally arrived at the Ebbtide Hotel, outnumbered by the group of aggressors. Over the next hour, the police calmed the aggressors some of whom continued to walk around with their bats even in the presence of the officers. As matters calmed, the police told us they would be leaving soon and suggested they could not protect us in our effort to secure the common areas of the building and to talk to people who might be entering or leaving the Property. In fact the police told us we should leave because one possible outcome was that we might be killed if we remained at our Property. . ".

    http://hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesM...literally.aspx

  6. #3710

    Where is popo?

    Where is the popo and deputy? Looks like an easy photo opp.

    Low hanging fruit.

    Quote Originally Posted by HorneyinHilo  [View Original Post]
    Ebbtide Waikiki: Fullard-Leo Family Fights Pimps for Control of Hotel (literally).

    http://hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesM...literally.aspx

  7. #3709

    Ebbtide Waikiki: Fullard-Leo Family Fights Pimps for Control of Hotel (literally)

    Ebbtide Waikiki: Fullard-Leo Family Fights Pimps for Control of Hotel (literally).

    http://hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesM...literally.aspx

  8. #3708

    HPD night stick

    Quote Originally Posted by HardBoner  [View Original Post]
    Money, dear boy. And IIRC, free pussy because its still not illegal for the HPD to have sex with prostitutes in the line of duty (Insert long arm of the law joke here).
    Yeah, sounds like HPD has a certain type of "training" to include their in the pants "night stick" in order to "maintain" discipline between the legs of massage parlor girls. TSA agents use gloves, but HPD needs to probe deeper for a more satisfying cavity search. On your knees baby, we are here to "serve" and "protect".

  9. #3707
    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    What I want to know is, what are you getting out of giving the very real parasitic human traffickers that are pimps free rein?
    Money, dear boy. And IIRC, free pussy because its still not illegal for the HPD to have sex with prostitutes in the line of duty (Insert long arm of the law joke here).

  10. #3706

    Interesting Article in USA Today

    Here's an interesting article from USA Today on why it's so hard to stop massage parlors and the human trafficking behind it. My take for Hawaii though is that it doesn't exist here, or is extremely rare. If these other better funded, more organized states can't build any case for them, then our inept Honolulu Prosecutors Office has no chance. LOL.

    https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/ne...---4.0-styling

  11. #3705
    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    Let's say all the AMPs are shut down. Kaneshiro's boy at the prosecutor's office and the HPD high five each other like a couple of frat boys Eiffel Towering some drunk sorority girl for getting rid of prostitution in the City and County of Honolulu. Its fine people, and more importantly, the tourists and part-time locals living in million dollar condos don't have to see the eyesore of massage parlors that they probably didn't see unless they actively sought them out to begin with.

    But in reality, of course, they didn't get rid of prostitution. Just the easy, soft targets that wont cause them problems when they kick in the door.

    I've never heard of the HPD going on the offensive against the pimps and we all know they're there in Waikiki. And I don't see the HPD or the prosecutor's office going after them because apparently, those pimps don't have any problems packing heat and using it.

    So thanks, HPD. I know you're reading this. What I want to know is, what are you getting out of giving the very real parasitic human traffickers that are pimps free rein?
    D Boy,

    Sounds like you're pissed off, now how in the world would you raid the place when no ones home.

    It's like robbing a bank with no money.

  12. #3704

    The funny thing about these AMP raids

    Let's say all the AMPs are shut down. Kaneshiro's boy at the prosecutor's office and the HPD high five each other like a couple of frat boys Eiffel Towering some drunk sorority girl for getting rid of prostitution in the City and County of Honolulu. Its fine people, and more importantly, the tourists and part-time locals living in million dollar condos don't have to see the eyesore of massage parlors that they probably didn't see unless they actively sought them out to begin with.

    But in reality, of course, they didn't get rid of prostitution. Just the easy, soft targets that wont cause them problems when they kick in the door.

    I've never heard of the HPD going on the offensive against the pimps and we all know they're there in Waikiki. And I don't see the HPD or the prosecutor's office going after them because apparently, those pimps don't have any problems packing heat and using it.

    So thanks, HPD. I know you're reading this. What I want to know is, what are you getting out of giving the very real parasitic human traffickers that are pimps free rein?

  13. #3703
    Quote Originally Posted by PVenkman  [View Original Post]
    If there goal is to spoke me from going, well. They win. I ain't going til this war on massage parlors is over. Hopefully it can recover. I had a grand old time.
    This is all so typical of Hawaii. Someone figures out how to make a buck that isn't about buying up huge tracts of land (big agriculture, tourism or putting up overpriced condos) and the powers that be shut them down, even when the police claim can't handle property crimes.

  14. #3702

    Spooked af

    Quote Originally Posted by Bazinga808  [View Original Post]
    This is sad. Ume aka Tokyo Spa was one of my first places I started at. Now seems like all the places I visited are gone. Tokyo Spa, Dream, Rejuve, and even Sunflower seems to be gone too.
    If there goal is to spoke me from going, well. They win. I ain't going til this war on massage parlors is over. Hopefully it can recover. I had a grand old time.

  15. #3701
    This is sad. Ume aka Tokyo Spa was one of my first places I started at. Now seems like all the places I visited are gone. Tokyo Spa, Dream, Rejuve, and even Sunflower seems to be gone too.

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