David C. Farmer, Successor-Trustee vs. Harmon

(Formerly Woo vs. Harmon & Nicholson vs. Harmon)

CV05-00030 DAE KSC

U.S. District Court For the District of Hawaii

Judges: David A. Ezra; Kevin S. Chang

DEFENDANT’S WITNESS

JOHN WAIHEE IV

Trustee, Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA); the son of former Governor John Waihee III.

E-Mail: info@oha.org

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November 30, 2007

John Waihee IV Arrested in May for DUI

KGMB9 News

John Waihee IV is being ordered to appear in court following his arrest in May on DUI charges.

Waihee is the son of former Gov. John Waihee and the Vice-Chairman of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

The police complaint said he's subject to sentencing as a first offender.

KGMB9 News

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Date Posted: 21:54:57 12/01/07 Sat
Author:
J.C. Shannon
Subject: ONE OF THE GOOD THINGS ABOUT HAWAII

Date: Sat, 1 Dec 2007

Subject: Check out One of the Good Things About Hawaii | John Waihee IV Arrested in May

ALOHA CB....YOU'LL FIND THIS ONE INTERESTING....VERIFY IT WITH JIM DOOLEY.

REF: ONE OF THE GOODS THINGS ABOUT HAWAII.....IF YOU BELONG TO
OHA, KSBE TRUST, DHHL, OR THE HAWAIIAN BAR ASSOCIATION FOR THE FUTURE INTENTS WITH THE AKAKA BILL.

THE HONOLULU ADVERTISER AND THE HAWAII MEDIA JUST HAD AN ARTICLE FROM AN INCIDENT OVER 6 MONTHS AGO INVOLVING JOHN WAIHEE JR. JIM DOOLEY MADE THE REPORT TODAY BUT CAN'T FIND ON THE INTERNET. TITLED UNDER: "WAIHEE FACING DUI CHARGE" ON INSIDE SECTION OF ADVERTISER.

THE LONGER ARTICLE STATES THAT WAIHEE RAN INTO A TRUCK BACKING OUT OF A DRIVEWAY. HE RAN INTO THE TRUCK AND TRIED TO BACK UP IN A HURRY {AS IF HE WAS TRYING TO LEAVE THE SCENE?} HE MANAGED TO BACK UP INTO A ROCK WALL. THE DRIVER AIR BAGS EXPLODED.

WHEN THE POLICE ARRIVED, THE OFFICER CLAIMED HE SMELLED ALCOHOL ON WAIHEE, HIS EYES WERE RED, AND HIS SPEECH WAS SLURRED. HE WAS TAKEN TO QUEENS HOSPITAL FOR A MEDICAL CHECK UP BUT NO TICKET FROM THE OFFICER,,,,,DESPITE THE CIRCUMSTANCES? THEY NOW CLAIM BLOOD WAS TAKEN AT THE HOSPITAL..... TO HELP COVER UP THE HIS DUI CHARGES OR TO DILUTE THE CASE WITH EITHER A SWITCHED BLOOD SAMPLE OR SOFTER CHARGES? WHY DID IT TAKE 6 MONTHS TO REPORT THE NEWS IN THE FIRST PLACE?

THIS IS THE SPECIAL ENTITLEMENT THAT THE AKAKA BILL WILL ALLOW IN HAWAII....ONE FOR THE PUBLIC AND ONE FOR OHA TRUSTEES, KSBE TRUSTEES , OR DHHL, WITH MULTI-RACIAL EMPLOYEES, OR AFFLIATES {ANY NATIONALITY?} LINKED TO THE HAWAIIAN BAR ASSOCIATION, VIA THE STATE BAR ASSOCITION.

CK OUT AN ATTORNEY NAMED
FOLEY IN HAWAII WHO KILLED A PEDESTRIAN AFTER SEVERAL DUI’S AND WAS JUST RELEASED AS REQUESTED BY THE FAMILY OF THE PEDESTRIAN?

IF YOU CHECK WITH THE RECENT HULA DANCER INSTRUCTORS INVOLVING A CHILD MOLESTOR TEACHER IN HONOLULU AND THE
PUNA HULA DANCE INSTRUCTOR CASE FOR KUMU INSTRUCTOR AND PERENNIAL MERRY MONARCH WINNER, RAY FONSECA. HE WAS DRIVING HOME LATE AT NIGHT UNDER COCAINE, DRUGS, AND BOOZE. HE KILLED A MOTOR SCOOTER OPERATOR ON A NARROW ROAD. THEY NOW CLAIM THE MOTOR SCOOTER HAD BAD SAFETY FEATURES AND THE GUY WAS GIVEN 6 MONTHS SENTENCE.

IF OTHER LOCAL HAWAIIANS ARE NOT IN LINE WITH THEIR POLITICAL LEADERS AGENDA, THEY CAN ALSO FIND THEMSELVES WITH THE PUBLIC FOR BEING "ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN"...... SIMILAR TO THE LOCAL KIDS STANDING IN LINE AND WAITING FOR A CHANCE TO ATTEND THE EXCLUSIVE KAM SCHOOL SYSTEM WITH A TEN BILLION DOLLAR TRUST IN THE BANK?

SEE IF YOU CAN FIND JIM DOOLEY'S REPORT IN THE ADVERTISER ON SECTION B {DEC. 1, 2007 - SATURDAY'S EDITION} MAHALO

MAHALO, GRAY FOX.

CHECK OUT...

http://www.kycbs.net/OHA.htm
http://www.kycbs.net/Apartheid-Hawaii.htm
http://www.kycbs.net/CV05-00030-Witness-Waihee-John-IV.htm
http://www.kycbs.net/CV05-00030-Witness-Apoliona-Haunani.htm
http://www.kycbs.net/CV05-00030-Witness-Waihee-John.htm
http://www.kycbs.net/PunaConnection.htm

http://www.voy.com/129276/906.html

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December 1, 2007

OHA trustee charged with DUI in Honolulu

By Jim Dooley, Advertiser Staff Writer

In a case that began with a late-evening car accident in May, Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee John Waihe'e IV yesterday was charged with drunken driving.

A penal summons directing Waihe'e to answer the charge in court was issued yesterday. He also was cited for operating a vehicle without proof of insurance.

James Fulton, executive assistant to Prosecutor Peter Carlisle, said that office could not comment on the case beyond the fact that a penal summons had been issued to Waihe'e.

Police would not comment on the case other than to say the results of their investigation of the case had been forwarded to the prosecutor's office.

Requests for comment left with Waihe'e's office and on his cell phone Thursday and yesterday were not returned.

Waihe'e, the son of former Gov. John Waihe'e, was involved in a motor vehicle accident shortly before midnight May 10 in which the car he was driving collided with a pickup truck on 'Auwaiolimu Street near Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery.

One HPD officer who spoke to Waihe'e shortly after the collision reported, "As Waihe'e spoke I could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic type beverage coming from his breath."

That officer, Ian Ibrao, said in his police report that "Waihe'e was also observed having red glassy bloodshot eyes and spoke very slowly with a slurred speech."

Waihe'e "appeared very disoriented" as he sat in his car, a 1991 Toyota MR2, as officers questioned him about possible injuries, the police report said. The air bags in the car had been deployed and the windshield was cracked.

Because Waihe'e was taken to The Queen's Medical Center for treatment of possible injuries, he was not given a Breathalyzer test at the scene, but a blood sample was drawn at the hospital for testing of blood-alcohol content. Results of that test were not made public yesterday.

The driver of the other vehicle, Victoria Tauanuu, referred questions to her lawyer, Jason Tani, who declined comment.

Ronald Sakata, head of the Administrative Driver's License Revocation Office of the state Judiciary, said that delays are common in suspected drunken-driving cases when blood tests rather than Breathalyzers are administered.

State law requires a driver arrested on a charge of drunken driving lose his or her license for six months while the criminal charge, if contested, is adjudicated by the courts.

But that law only applies when a driver is arrested, Sakata said. A hearing on the administration license revocation must be held within eight days of the arrest. But if there is no arrest, the automatic six-month revocation law does not apply, said Sakata. Charges must be brought later via an indictment or through a court filing that results in a penal summons directing the driver to appear in court to answer the drunken-driving charge.

Leah Marx, executive director of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hawaii chapter, said yesterday that it sometimes takes "months and months" for charges to be filed in drunken-driving cases that involve injuries or hospitalization.

Given those circumstances, an individual suspected of drunken driving is not subject to the automatic license revocation law.

Waihe'e, 37, was first elected to the OHA board of trustees in 2000.

State traffic court filings show he received several speeding tickets from 1996 to 1999 but otherwise has a good driving record.

In the May 2007 accident, Tauanuu told police she was backing out of her driveway and was stopped in traffic when Waihe'e's vehicle ran into the passenger side of her pickup truck.

Her nephew told police that after the collision, Waihe'e's vehicle "burned out in reverse and collided into a rock wall."

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John Waihee IV is expected to testify regarding her business, personal, professional, financial, and social relationships with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), Dan Inouye, John Goemans, John Waihee III, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, YY Valley Corporation, Paul Alston, Ray Fuqua, Daniel Akaka, Jon Van Dyke, Sherry Broder, Rowena Akana, Jack Abramoff, Patton Boggs, William McCorriston, Robert Klein, James Duffy, Bank of Hawaii, Gilbert Tam, Michael J. Chun, Donna Tanoue, Faye W. Kurren, Diane Plotts, Dee Jay Mailer, Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate, Bishop Museum, Mark Polivka, Judge David Ezra, Robert K.U. Kihune, Francis Keala, Douglas Ing, Henry Peters, Oswald Stender, Clayton Hee, Edwina Clarke, Hawaiian Electric Company, Walter Dods, First Hawaiian Bank, Peter Baldwin, Alexander & Baldwin, Judith Neustadter Fuqua, James “Kimo” Apana, Maui County Council, Maui Planning Commission, Mary Lou Woo, Steven Guttman, Lawrence M. Johnson, Bill D. Mills, Wayne Minami, Jean E. Rolles, Colbert Matsumoto, Lionel Tokioka, Department of Hawaiian Homelands, Micah Kane, Margery Bronster, Calvin Say, Ed Case, Neil Abercrombie, John McCain, Jeffrey Watanabe, Warren Luke, Patrick Yim, James Ahloy, Larry Mehau, Eric Yeaman, Queen Emma Foundation, John D. Marshall, Boyd Mossman, George Ariyoshi, Linda Lingle, Mark Bennett, James Nicholson, Jim Nicholson, David Farmer, Barack Obama, Henry Paulson, Sandwich Isles Communications, Summit Communications, Constance Lau, Christian Wolffer and others to be named upon discovery.

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