Skip to comments.Iolani Palace vandal suspects appear in court
Posted on 02/10/2014 8:57:38 PM PST by LeoWindhorse
Drew Paahao, 21, and Koa Alii Keaulana, 30, were arrested for criminal property damage and criminal trespassing. Paahao is accused of kicking the glass door of the palace, causing irreparable damage. They have not been charged.
Both suspects appeared in court today on another legal matter, pleaded no contest to unrelated petty misdemeanor charges and were released this afternoon. When asked why she did it, Paahao responded, because thats my house. Yeah, thats my house. Those were the same comments Paahao made when she was first arrested Saturday morning.
The glass door Paahao is accused of breaking is an original palace door that dates back more than 130 years. Palace officials say its heart-breaking because King David Kalakaua himself went to San Francisco, met with the artist, and picked out the type of glass and the design to build Iolani Palace.
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It IS the inbreeding. They lived in ISLANDS. Unless one left ALL her/his family and friends (who s/he was related to anyway) and went pretty far away, s/he WOULD be marrying some cousin, once or twice removed.
I suppose that's why they liked VISITORS so much. NEW genes.
Off with your head, you insolent peasant! ;)
Hawaiian activists - many working at the University of Hawaii - have been rewriting history and stirring the pot of dissent. Some see a free wide for themselves because “America” stole their land - which they never owned - and they are entitled to free stuff for the rest of their lives. Ignorance, arrogance, greed, etc. are fed very well by politicians. These two will get off with a hand slap.....taxpayers will pay.
The last sovereignty activists who broke into the Palace claiming they were the true monarch were so stupid they couldn’t even find the Throne Room to claim the throne (it’s immediately to the right of the front entrance).
Morons; would they prefer to have been so preciously independent that they would have had to fight off the Japanese all on their own? They would have been conquered after the first volley if not for American troops from the Mainland.