• First Amendment Audit – 3-29-17 – Honolulu Harbor Foreign Container Terminal - FAIL

    This is the fourth of five First Amendment Audits conducted on March 29, 2017. Since I was in the area, right behind the Department of Homeland Security's office is the entrance to the Honolulu Harbor's Foreign Container Terminal (also known as Pier 1) where all of the overseas shipping containers coming to Hawaii are offloaded from their ships. Since this is a division of the State Department of Transportation I decided to do a quick audit here and see what the security's reaction would be from me filming the containers from across the street. It didn't take long to be noticed and the security guard yelled across the street for me to "move along" and that I couldn't film their facility. Well, that's all the invitation I needed, so I crossed over to their side of the street to start my...

    published: 31 Mar 2017
  • First Amendment Audit - 4-3-17 - OCCC - FAIL

    Last night I decided to do another test of the prison system in Hawaii on their reactions to someone taking photos and video of a prison from a publically accessible area outside the prison. This time I chose the Oahu Community Correctional Center, also known as OCCC. I expected a good response from them since I had just conducted an audit of another prison just two days earlier, however, I was wrong. At first, it seemed as though they were respecting my rights to film the prison and were leaving me alone. Just as I was about to end the recording and give them a passing score, one of the prison guards approached me to ask why I was photographing the prison. He wanted to know if I was a "reporter", a question that I refused to answer. This told me right away why they had been so coopera...

    published: 05 Apr 2017
  • Honolulu police seek suspects behind Kalihi mom-and-pop store robberies

    The store on Gulick Avenue was robbed on May 13 and 16.

    published: 18 May 2016
  • Homeless crisis in Hawaii sparks state of emergency

    Hawaii's governor recently declared a state of emergency because of the state's homeless crisis. There are more than 7,000 homeless in the state with about 5,000 of those in Honolulu. Chip Reid reports.

    published: 03 Jan 2016
  • First Amendment Audit - 4-10-17 - CGAS Barbers Point - Racist Tyrant Found

    Since we have been having such good luck with the recent audits of military bases I wanted to check out the US Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point located in Kalaeloa, Hawaii just south of Kapolei, Hawaii. I was met with a very aggressive private security guard that not only did not know the law regarding public photography from a publically accessible area, but he even had the gall to claim that HE WAS THE LAW. This security guard is clearly a law enforcement reject that has let the tin badge he wears go to his head. Unfortunately, I let this guard get under my skin today as you will see from my response to him. As I attempted to walk away from him to continue filming the base he revved his engine as though he was going to run over me with his car. Then he made a racial slur that I ne...

    published: 11 Apr 2017
  • First Amendment Audit - 3-20-17 - Hickam Air Force Base - More Tyrants

    This is the last of the series of First Amendment Audits that I conducted on March 20, 2017. This was also at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam over on the Hickam Air Force base side at the Kuntz gate. I had already had interaction with the same security forces that protect this gate at the Pearl Harbor audit a couple hours ago. I let them know that I would also be coming over to this base when I left there believing that this would stop anything from going wrong at this gate. It didn't work. Not long after arriving I was approached by several Hawaii Sheriff deputies because they thought I was filming the Honolulu International Airport that was behind me. Keep in mind that last March a deputy cited a photographer for taking photographs at this same airport and the ACLU and Attorney Generals...

    published: 23 Mar 2017
  • Lawmaker demands answers after state boots deputy sheriffs from Honolulu airport patrols

    We wanted to know who will be taking over the duties, why it’s being done, and how much it will cost.

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • Shout Out To Honolulu City News

    This guy is hitting it hard but he is new so please remember that when you comment. I think you will like him. See rest of video here! https://youtu.be/rBvKgo77udg Like Subscribe and Share Support This Channel Using PayPal https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=EMYDWVWGM72EY

    published: 26 Mar 2017
  • State explains decision to terminate agreement for deputy sheriffs at Honolulu airport

    The reason: the department believes the agreement, which began July 1, 2002, is out of date.

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • ‪Celebrating Micronesia 2017 at Honolulu Museum of Art School in Honolulu

    Pacific Voices! The 4th Annual Celebrate Micronesia 2017: Micronesian Islands Mission Festival At Honolulu Museum of Art School in Honolulu this morning, 3/25/2017

    published: 26 Mar 2017
  • Welcome Hokulea Home Honolulu!

    20170617 Tens of thousands gather at Magic Island to welcome Hokulea home Honolulu dlvr.it/PN6GRK #Hokulea Crew using ancient Polynesian techniques finishes grueling around-the-world trip in canoe by arriving in Hawaii No modern navigation instrumentation guided a Polynesian voyaging canoe as it followed the horizon during a three-year journey around the globe https://apnews.com/amp/f7daf95e804143018f48c59a5eb90357‬ Thousands gathered to cheer the Hokule‘a and its safe return to Hawaiian waters http://www.staradvertiser.com/2017/06/18/hawaii-news/warm-welcome-hokulea-comes-home/?HSA=85336b9f7f8405c8de1b83c219ea8e79e21e37c0 Hokulea makes her way down the Ala Wai Canal trouble-free, as homecoming celebrations continue bit.ly/2rG01zQ

    published: 18 Jun 2017
  • UFO over Honolulu TV news 2007

    "It's hard to draw a surfer's attention away from the next wave, but whatever was in the southwest sky Friday evening around 6:20 p.m. drew a crowd along Kewalo Basin and Ala Moana Beach Park. Honolulu resident Peter Hollingworth described it as two lights circling in the sky, about 45 degrees above the horizon. Video of one of the lights was recorded from the KHON 2 SkyCam. These two little fireballs with a stream behind it, said Hollingworth. Looked kind of like a shooting start but it just kept going. They changed directions a few times, at first it was coming in then it turned, then it went out then it came back in again" Hollingworth was surfing with his 12 year old son when the unexpected show began. I was a little concerned. I told him come over and sit with me - this might be the l...

    published: 02 May 2009
  • Honolulu Museum of Art - Shahzia Sikander Parallax Visual Art Section

    20170618 Shahzia Sikander Parallax at Honolulu Museum of Art

    published: 19 Jun 2017
  • Hard Rock Cafe Waikiki Honolulu Interview Palmyra Network News

    Hard Rock Cafe Waikiki Honolulu Interview Palmyra Network News

    published: 17 Jan 2015
  • KITV News 4 at 5 Honolulu 1996

    Gary Sprinkle and Pamela Young with their top-rated 5PM newscast. The husband and wife duo had a knockout chemistry and - even as a visitor from Australia watching in my hotel room - this was a great team to watch! Aloha, Gary and Pamela! Source: KITV4 Island Television News, Hawaii. Sports with Shawn Ching; weather with Sharie Shima. ------- All content on this channel was recorded on VCR for my own personal use, and attempts are made to include as much broadcast material from the original video in its raw, unedited form as possible.

    published: 27 Sep 2015
  • Proud Japanese Bride & Bridegroom in Honolulu

    Japanese bride and bridegroom walking in downtown Honolulu Sunday morning

    published: 19 Jun 2017
First Amendment Audit – 3-29-17 – Honolulu Harbor Foreign Container Terminal - FAIL

First Amendment Audit – 3-29-17 – Honolulu Harbor Foreign Container Terminal - FAIL

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  • Updated: 31 Mar 2017
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This is the fourth of five First Amendment Audits conducted on March 29, 2017. Since I was in the area, right behind the Department of Homeland Security's office is the entrance to the Honolulu Harbor's Foreign Container Terminal (also known as Pier 1) where all of the overseas shipping containers coming to Hawaii are offloaded from their ships. Since this is a division of the State Department of Transportation I decided to do a quick audit here and see what the security's reaction would be from me filming the containers from across the street. It didn't take long to be noticed and the security guard yelled across the street for me to "move along" and that I couldn't film their facility. Well, that's all the invitation I needed, so I crossed over to their side of the street to start my education on civil rights and public photography laws. I have tried to educate some stubborn people before, but I may have met my match with this guy. He just wasn't getting it, no matter how many times or different ways I tried to explain it to him. The Harbor Police finally showed up and I was pleasantly surprised at their reaction.
https://wn.com/First_Amendment_Audit_–_3_29_17_–_Honolulu_Harbor_Foreign_Container_Terminal_Fail
First Amendment Audit - 4-3-17 - OCCC - FAIL

First Amendment Audit - 4-3-17 - OCCC - FAIL

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  • Updated: 05 Apr 2017
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Last night I decided to do another test of the prison system in Hawaii on their reactions to someone taking photos and video of a prison from a publically accessible area outside the prison. This time I chose the Oahu Community Correctional Center, also known as OCCC. I expected a good response from them since I had just conducted an audit of another prison just two days earlier, however, I was wrong. At first, it seemed as though they were respecting my rights to film the prison and were leaving me alone. Just as I was about to end the recording and give them a passing score, one of the prison guards approached me to ask why I was photographing the prison. He wanted to know if I was a "reporter", a question that I refused to answer. This told me right away why they had been so cooperative with my filming. This prison is the one that will be moved as soon as they can find a new location to build. There have been numerous television reports conducted over the past few months on the controversy surrounding the prison move. They assumed I was a member of the media following up on those stories and were leaving me alone. When I refused to answer his question about being a "reporter" he had the Honolulu Police Department called on me. They were only willing to allow me to film the prison if I were a member of the media. Once he believed that I was not a member of the media he no longer believed that I had the right to film and photograph the prison. Apparently, I am going to have to do a LOT more filming at these prisons on Oahu to finally get it through the guard's thick heads that any citizen has the first amendment protected right to take photographs and film their prison, the prison guards, and the prisoners, as long as they can be seen from a publically accessible space. We will no longer allow public officials to attempt to infringe upon the civil rights of the citizens, and we will document and publicize any attempt to infringe on those basic civil rights. So, this is a message to the prison guards on Oahu, prepare to see a lot more of me and my cameras in your future. If you approach me in public when I have a camera in front of me, prepare to become a YouTube Star. If you value your privacy and do not want to be featured as a tyrant preventing a citizen from exercising their constitutionally protected rights in a video that will be seen by people from around the world, DO NOT APPROACH THE CAMERA.
https://wn.com/First_Amendment_Audit_4_3_17_Occc_Fail
Honolulu police seek suspects behind Kalihi mom-and-pop store robberies

Honolulu police seek suspects behind Kalihi mom-and-pop store robberies

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The store on Gulick Avenue was robbed on May 13 and 16.
https://wn.com/Honolulu_Police_Seek_Suspects_Behind_Kalihi_Mom_And_Pop_Store_Robberies
Homeless crisis in Hawaii sparks state of emergency

Homeless crisis in Hawaii sparks state of emergency

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  • Updated: 03 Jan 2016
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Hawaii's governor recently declared a state of emergency because of the state's homeless crisis. There are more than 7,000 homeless in the state with about 5,000 of those in Honolulu. Chip Reid reports.
https://wn.com/Homeless_Crisis_In_Hawaii_Sparks_State_Of_Emergency
First Amendment Audit - 4-10-17 - CGAS Barbers Point - Racist Tyrant Found

First Amendment Audit - 4-10-17 - CGAS Barbers Point - Racist Tyrant Found

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  • Updated: 11 Apr 2017
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Since we have been having such good luck with the recent audits of military bases I wanted to check out the US Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point located in Kalaeloa, Hawaii just south of Kapolei, Hawaii. I was met with a very aggressive private security guard that not only did not know the law regarding public photography from a publically accessible area, but he even had the gall to claim that HE WAS THE LAW. This security guard is clearly a law enforcement reject that has let the tin badge he wears go to his head. Unfortunately, I let this guard get under my skin today as you will see from my response to him. As I attempted to walk away from him to continue filming the base he revved his engine as though he was going to run over me with his car. Then he made a racial slur that I needed to "go back to the mainland" insinuating that I am not a local, but a "haole" or white person, that knows nothing about the islands. Calling someone a haole, or saying that they should "go back to the mainland" are common racial slurs that white people in Hawaii often hear from these brainless twits that happen to be of a darker skin and therefore feel that they are superior. I have lived on this island for over 15 years and this was the first time in all those years that a racist pig like this private security guard has degraded me like this. Because of his actions today I am planning many, many more return visits to the station. The Coast Guard at this station will have their own security guard to thank for all of the attention that I will now be showing them. For those of you who would like to contact the station to voice your concerns of the racist security guard, I will post their contact information below. I encourage everyone to voice their opinion and let them know that we can not allow such a racist pig represent the Coast Guard like that. I have also added their Facebook page for reviews, and the address to the Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington DC. Phone: (808) 682-2771 USCGAS Barbers Point Kalaeloa Airport 1 Coral Sea Rd Kapolei, HI 96707 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/USCoastGuardAirStaBarbersPoint/ US COAST GUARD 2703 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE SE WASHINGTON DC 20593-7000 Here is the information for the security company: HBC Management Services Davies Pacific Center, Suite 1050 841 Bishop Street, Honolulu, HI 96813 Tel: (808) 522-7278 Fax: (808) 522-7282 info@hbcmanagement.com http://hbcmanagement.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hbc-Management-Services/1761702404071772 HBC Management Services is a Hui O' Hana Pono company. Hui O Hana Pono (HOHP) is a State of Hawaii non-profit Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO) business, dedicated to improving the lives of Native Hawaiians through programs supporting leadership, education, culture, technology, business, economics and environment. It was incorporated in Hawaii in 2003. David Cooper is the Chariman of the Board.
https://wn.com/First_Amendment_Audit_4_10_17_Cgas_Barbers_Point_Racist_Tyrant_Found
First Amendment Audit - 3-20-17 - Hickam Air Force Base - More Tyrants

First Amendment Audit - 3-20-17 - Hickam Air Force Base - More Tyrants

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  • Updated: 23 Mar 2017
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This is the last of the series of First Amendment Audits that I conducted on March 20, 2017. This was also at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam over on the Hickam Air Force base side at the Kuntz gate. I had already had interaction with the same security forces that protect this gate at the Pearl Harbor audit a couple hours ago. I let them know that I would also be coming over to this base when I left there believing that this would stop anything from going wrong at this gate. It didn't work. Not long after arriving I was approached by several Hawaii Sheriff deputies because they thought I was filming the Honolulu International Airport that was behind me. Keep in mind that last March a deputy cited a photographer for taking photographs at this same airport and the ACLU and Attorney Generals Office both slapped their hands and let them know they were wrong, that we can photograph the airport. Here is a link to that story on the ACLU Hawaii website: https://www.aclu.org/news/aclu-state-hawaii-settle-dispute-over-first-amendment-right-take-photographs-public Apparently, these deputies have not learned their lesson yet. Perhaps we should flood them with calls and facebook reviews to teach them that they are wrong. Here is their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HawaiiPSD Hawaii Department of Public Safety Sheriff Division 1177 Alakea Street., Room #418 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 Telephone: 587-2652 Airport Unit24-hour dispatch (808) 836 – 6606 Internal Affairs Office Phone: (808) 587-1130 Civil Rights Compliance Phone: (808) 587-1341 Personnel Management Phone (808) 587-1221 Training & Staff Development Phone: (808) 586-5500 Office of the Director: Phone: (808) 587-1288 Fax: (808) 587-1282 E-Mail: psd.office.of.the.director@hawaii.gov Department of the Attorney General: Phone: (808) 586-1282 Fax: (808) 586-1239 Mail: 425 Queen Street Honolulu, HI 96813 Website: hawaii.gov/ag
https://wn.com/First_Amendment_Audit_3_20_17_Hickam_Air_Force_Base_More_Tyrants
Lawmaker demands answers after state boots deputy sheriffs from Honolulu airport patrols

Lawmaker demands answers after state boots deputy sheriffs from Honolulu airport patrols

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2017
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We wanted to know who will be taking over the duties, why it’s being done, and how much it will cost.
https://wn.com/Lawmaker_Demands_Answers_After_State_Boots_Deputy_Sheriffs_From_Honolulu_Airport_Patrols
Shout Out To Honolulu City News

Shout Out To Honolulu City News

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  • Updated: 26 Mar 2017
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This guy is hitting it hard but he is new so please remember that when you comment. I think you will like him. See rest of video here! https://youtu.be/rBvKgo77udg Like Subscribe and Share Support This Channel Using PayPal https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=EMYDWVWGM72EY
https://wn.com/Shout_Out_To_Honolulu_City_News
State explains decision to terminate agreement for deputy sheriffs at Honolulu airport

State explains decision to terminate agreement for deputy sheriffs at Honolulu airport

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  • Updated: 21 Jun 2017
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The reason: the department believes the agreement, which began July 1, 2002, is out of date.
https://wn.com/State_Explains_Decision_To_Terminate_Agreement_For_Deputy_Sheriffs_At_Honolulu_Airport
‪Celebrating Micronesia 2017 at Honolulu Museum of Art School in Honolulu

‪Celebrating Micronesia 2017 at Honolulu Museum of Art School in Honolulu

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  • Updated: 26 Mar 2017
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videos https://wn.com/‪Celebrating_Micronesia_2017_At_Honolulu_Museum_Of_Art_School_In_Honolulu
Welcome Hokulea Home Honolulu!

Welcome Hokulea Home Honolulu!

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  • Updated: 18 Jun 2017
  • views: 211
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20170617 Tens of thousands gather at Magic Island to welcome Hokulea home Honolulu dlvr.it/PN6GRK #Hokulea Crew using ancient Polynesian techniques finishes grueling around-the-world trip in canoe by arriving in Hawaii No modern navigation instrumentation guided a Polynesian voyaging canoe as it followed the horizon during a three-year journey around the globe https://apnews.com/amp/f7daf95e804143018f48c59a5eb90357‬ Thousands gathered to cheer the Hokule‘a and its safe return to Hawaiian waters http://www.staradvertiser.com/2017/06/18/hawaii-news/warm-welcome-hokulea-comes-home/?HSA=85336b9f7f8405c8de1b83c219ea8e79e21e37c0 Hokulea makes her way down the Ala Wai Canal trouble-free, as homecoming celebrations continue bit.ly/2rG01zQ
https://wn.com/Welcome_Hokulea_Home_Honolulu
UFO over Honolulu TV news 2007

UFO over Honolulu TV news 2007

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"It's hard to draw a surfer's attention away from the next wave, but whatever was in the southwest sky Friday evening around 6:20 p.m. drew a crowd along Kewalo Basin and Ala Moana Beach Park. Honolulu resident Peter Hollingworth described it as two lights circling in the sky, about 45 degrees above the horizon. Video of one of the lights was recorded from the KHON 2 SkyCam. These two little fireballs with a stream behind it, said Hollingworth. Looked kind of like a shooting start but it just kept going. They changed directions a few times, at first it was coming in then it turned, then it went out then it came back in again" Hollingworth was surfing with his 12 year old son when the unexpected show began. I was a little concerned. I told him come over and sit with me - this might be the last surf session we ever have together because this thing's coming straight for Honolulu. It looked deadly to me it was kind of spooky. So what was it? The National Weather Service says...
https://wn.com/Ufo_Over_Honolulu_Tv_News_2007
Honolulu Museum of Art - Shahzia Sikander Parallax Visual Art Section

Honolulu Museum of Art - Shahzia Sikander Parallax Visual Art Section

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  • Updated: 19 Jun 2017
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videos https://wn.com/Honolulu_Museum_Of_Art_Shahzia_Sikander_Parallax_Visual_Art_Section
KITV News 4 at 5 Honolulu 1996

KITV News 4 at 5 Honolulu 1996

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Gary Sprinkle and Pamela Young with their top-rated 5PM newscast. The husband and wife duo had a knockout chemistry and - even as a visitor from Australia watching in my hotel room - this was a great team to watch! Aloha, Gary and Pamela! Source: KITV4 Island Television News, Hawaii. Sports with Shawn Ching; weather with Sharie Shima. ------- All content on this channel was recorded on VCR for my own personal use, and attempts are made to include as much broadcast material from the original video in its raw, unedited form as possible.
https://wn.com/Kitv_News_4_At_5_Honolulu_1996
Proud Japanese Bride & Bridegroom in Honolulu

Proud Japanese Bride & Bridegroom in Honolulu

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Japanese bride and bridegroom walking in downtown Honolulu Sunday morning
https://wn.com/Proud_Japanese_Bride_Bridegroom_In_Honolulu