What we're doing

Janubia, Mother Tongue, AngelGroup, Hawaii, KAOI radio interviewJanubia, an advocate for AngelGroup, appeared on KAOI radio's "Honest Answers" (6/22/09), hosted by Megan Wells and sponsored by Maui's All Natural Pest Control.

Janubia discussed the lack of accountability in the Hawaii's legal system with a focus on the Family Court.

AngelGroup and Janubia thank All Natural Pest Control and Megan Wells for the opportunity to bring a more heightened awareness to the attention of the public regarding the illegal activity happening in Hawaii's Family Courts, under "color of law".

Senator Roz Baker, AngelGroup MauiSenator Roz Baker is aware of the "problems" regarding the judiciary in Maui's Second Circuit as well as the Family Court statewide.  She has agreed to assist in getting this information before the legislators and will be drafting a resolution, calling for an audit of the Family Court.  If you've been victimized by judicial or public corruption in  Hawaii's Family Court, AngelGroup requests that you do the following:

AngelGroup, Eric Holder, U.S. Attorney General, Hawaii public corruption

On July 8, 2009, AngelGroup wrote to U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder, requesting an investigation into the apparent lack of true accountability and oversight in Hawaii's judicary, social services, supporting services and Office of the Attorney General, Mark Bennett.

We hope that this appeal serves to illustrate AngelGroup's commitment in attaining authentic accountability in Hawaii's legal system and especially the family court.  We additionally hope this is met with appropriate actions, and immediate corrective steps  taken to show 'Good Faith' as well as a firm position in not participating any longer as 'Accessories After the Fact'.

For accountability and awareness, this letter was cc'd to the following people:

Sen. Chun-Oakland; Sen. Roz Baker; Sen. Tsutsui; Rep. Mizuno; Rep. Karamatsu; Sen. Espero; Sen. Taniguchi; President Obama; Oprah Winfrey; Lisa Ling; Adrienne King; Ed Case; Attorney General, Mark Bennett; Deputy Attorney General, Debbie Tanakaya; Rob Perez/Honolulu Advertiser; Kate Paine/Honolulu Weekly; Mark Keppelhoff, Dept. of Justice; Barbara Bosserman, Dept. of Justice; Bary Kowalski, Dept. of Justice; FBI/DC; FBI/Honolulu; H.A.L.T. (halt.org); as well as a slew of advocates, supporters and additional press contacts.

If you would like to write to Attorney General Holder, he can be contacted at this address:

Eric Holder, U.S. Attorney General
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW sent via USPS
Washington, DC 20530-0001


rally_kauai_091709AngelGroup supports rally on Kauai

"Angels" on Kauai successfully rallied on September 10 & 17, 2009; eliciting the support of the community who honked horns and shouted out, "Good for you", "It's about time somebody did something!", "Something definitely needs to be done!", and "Save our children!"

The rally was organized by a Mother who won a historic acquital in California, after running with her daughter and being jailed for 5 1/2 months.  This Mother was acquited in CA based on the physical evidence of abuse of her daughter, who is currently living in Hawaii with the persons she accused of violating her.  This continues with permission of Hawaii Family Court Judge, Calvin Murashige.

Court Rules Judge Wronged Soap Star

Part Of Ruling Serves As Warning To Judges

HONOLULU -- A state appeals court ruled that a soap opera star who spent time in Oahu Community Correctional Center should not have been imprisoned.

The decision could change the way all judges operate.

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