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MAUI COUNTY COUNCIL –– EXCELLENT COUNCILWOMAN YUKI SUGIMURA
#1 There Is A Vast Group Of Excellent Police Officers Who Work
For Maui County – Many Of The Native Hawaiian Police Officers
Are Shining Examples Of Honesty And Real Talent.
#2 Maui County Councilwoman Yuki Lei Sugimura Is Also An
Excellent Individual Who Is Not Afraid To Tackle Difficult
Issues Affecting Maui County (below).
#3 The Criminally Corrupt Filipino Contingent Of Police Officers
On The Island Of Moloka`i [Bishaw-Juario] Are A Shame Upon
The Whole State Of Hawai`i – Namely That The Bishaw-Juario
Family Has Decided To Bring From The Corrupt Philippines The
Same Totally Evil Tactics That The Filipino Police Employ In
The Philippines. Criminally Corrupt Because The Bishaw-Juario
Police Family On Moloka`i Are Wholly Engaged In Organized
Police Gang Stalking Of Individuals Who They Have Decided
Are Their Enemies. The Bishaw-Juario Police Family Are Engaged
In Vile Harassments, Gang Stalking, Verbal Sexual Assaults At
Their Place Of Employment (Rawlin’s Texaco) And Other Locations
In And Around Kaunakakai, Moloka`i. It Is Quite Apparent That
The Only Police Gang Stalking On Moloka`i Island Is Being
Conducted By Only The Filipinos In The Police Department.
The Filipino Police Forces In The Philippines Is A Heinous
Gang Stalking, Smear Campaign Culture Of Total Oppression.
#4 Thankfully There Are A Whole Group Of Excellent Police Officers
In The State Of Hawai`i Who Are Wonderful, Compassionate,
Truly Caring Individuals – Apart From The Now Identified Filipino
Dastardly Smear Campaign Police Gang Stalking Of The Juario-Bishaw
Family On Moloka`i. NO, You Are Not A "Top Cop" !
You Are A Wretched Filipino Cop Family Of "Bottom Feeders".
#5 Thankfully There Are A Whole Group Of Excellent Police Officers
Who Are VERY UPSET That The New Maui Police Chief Is Now Asking
For An Astronomical Amount Of Monies – All While The Other
Excellent Police Officers Are Working Without A Contract, Nor
Any Financial Considerations For Their Needs, Wages.
#6 Everyone Loves Honest Loving Police Officers – However I And Others
Will Not Allow The Third World Corrupt Ethics And Morality Of The
Police Officers In The Philippines, To Take Over In Hawai`i, And
Especially On The Island Of Moloka`i.
#7 Manila Camp, Moloka`i Island Apparently Wants To Rule Over All Of
Moloka`i In A Wretched Totally Evil Campaign Of Police Gang
Stalking And Vile Verbal Sexual Assaults, Harassment And
Base-Less Lies Smear Campaigns. The Corrupt In Mind Filipino
Cops Need To Resign And Go Directly Back To The Philippines –
Taking That Evil Police Conduct Back To The Totally Evil Police
Forces In The Philippines – Because There Is No Place For That
Kind Of Activities On The Island Of Moloka`i Or Any Other Island
In The State Of Hawai`i.
#8 The Evil Police Gang Stalking And Smear Campaign Has Definately
Gotten My Attention And Thus The Reason For My Sincere Strongly
#9 MOLOKA`I: The Whole Bishaw-Juario Family Is Evil.
#10 I Was Shocked To Find Out That A Dearly Beloved Sweet Loving
Retired Elderly Japanese Woman Teacher On The Island Of
Moloka`i Is And Has Been The Victim Of Police Gang Stalking
By Her Neighbor Who Happens To Be The Son Of A Cop.
There’s growing concern among Maui residents
regarding the new police chief’s request for a raise.
Last week, after 50 days on the job, Maui Police Chief
John Pelletier asked the police commission for $195,000
a year instead of his current annual salary of $158,851 —
a 23% raise.
However, commissioners believed he deserved more and
recommended a 29% raise — which would come out to $205,000.
Pelletier told police commissioners that he took a pay
cut when he left Las Vegas as a police captain.
Councilwoman Yuki Lei Sugimura criticized the request
and said Pelletier knew what he signed up for when he
applied for the job.
“We weren’t asking you to come. You decided to come.
And if you do, then you should have known what you’re
walking into,” Sugimura said.
Pelletier was sworn in on Dec. 15.
“The harder you work, it should be the more you get,
and in this particular case, he’s working very hard,”
commissioner Mark Redeker said last week.
In addition to a pay cut, Pelletier cited Hawaii’s
high cost of living, and said two of his assistant
chiefs make more than him.
“Depending on when they promoted and different things,
that’s the salary that they have,” Pelletier told
commissioners during the special meeting last week.
Commissioners passed the recommendation unanimously.
“When your people that are below you are making more
than the leader, it sets up a funky dynamic,”
said commissioner Stacy Moniz.
The chair of the Maui Chapter Board of Directors for
SHOPO, the police union, said officers are currently
working without a contract and haven’t seen a salary
boost in the last seven months.
“This whole topic has been a morale killer for officers,”
said Sgt. Nick Krau. “Majority of the members,
they’re angry, they’re frustrated.”
The pay hike recommendation heads to the Maui Salary
Commission Friday morning for a vote.
Sugimura said she plans to testify at the meeting.
“To have this kind of uproar in the community is
disruptive and it should be smooth sailing forward,
I thought. So, I look forward to seeing what is
going to happen tomorrow at the Salary Commission,”