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Federal Grand Jury activated in Hawaii Investigates Government Corruption and Murder
BREAKING news about corruption in Hawaii Government may result in Federal RICO and Murder.indictments
It began when the Kauai Police, and the Kauai Mayors office would only release partial information on a 1993 murder. Benish said that it became necessary to ask the victims family members in Hawaii to go to the courthouse and access records “I received the court documents and that’s when I realized there was a profound cover-up surrounding this investigation. I knew what they were trying to hide.”
Codefore Publishing, also maintains a website,and Benish wrote an article about what was going on in Kauai. “This article developed so much information that I could barley handle it all. My suspicion of a cover-up was only the tip of the iceberg and a Federal Grand Jury was needed.” “I had a list of over 100 defendants.
“A local Circuit Grand Jury would be out of the question because of the politics." he said. " The whole damn place was on the buddy system” . “The Grand Jury had to be Federal” “There was one month that the Codefore blog received over 40,000 hits and many allegations of other corruption including questionable deaths of two elderly men and money laundering of millions of dollars.“ “The initial murder inquiry was becoming overshadowed by all these corruption allegations and victims were complaining that no-one would listen to them.” Benish said the Hawaii Attorney General’s office was turning a blind eye to thier allegations
Benish said “I could not find a precedent where a Citizen’s compliant to a grand jury was processed on the Federal level and I felt like I didn't trust the Justice Department. ” He said. “In my affidavit I stated to Judge Seabright that my request for the Grand Jury was based on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 6(a) 1. That states: ‘When the public interest so requires, the court must order that one or more grand juries be summoned’.”
Benish said that his request to Judge Seabright alleges but is not limited to the following allegations of violations of Federal law.
Title 18 U.S.C. Section 2248, 2251 Murder
Violation of the US Constitution 5th Amendment
Violation of the US Constitution 4th Amendment
Title 18 US code 242 Deprivation of rights under the color of law.
Title 18 US Code 2071 Concealment, removal or mutilation of public records.
Title 18 US Code 241- Conspiracy against rights
Violation of Federal Criminal Rule 11
Violation U.S.C. 14141 Engaging in a pattern or practice that deprives persons of rights etc:
Title 18 U.S.C. Chapter 96 Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt (RICO)
Title 18 U.S.C 1956 or 1957 Money Laundering.
Benish cautioned: “Allegations are just that, allegations. It is ultimately up to the Federal Grand Jury District of Hawaii to investigate these allegations and determine whether there is or is not probable cause to either indict or not indict some, all or none of the listed defendants. “ Benish said that the allegations of violations of Federal law are not restricted to the State of Hawaii, but also there are incidents that occurred in other states by some of the same Hawaiian citizens
On December 11th, 2015 Benish shipped over 50 copies of his affidavit to Hawaiian District Judge Michael Seabrights office as well as the IRS Criminal complaint office in California.
On December 29th, 2015 he received a letter from Judge Seabrights clerks office stating that they would not process his request and that if Benish didn’t come and get the documents they would be destroyed.
Benish said that he was angry at the prospect of a Federal Judges office destroying a legal document without entering it into the system or not sending a legal document back to him stating why his request was being rejected. “I wanted to know who made this decision and based on what law, statute or court rule was the decision based on?” He said.
On Jan 8th, Benish said he telephoned the District Court Clerks office to ask why his request was denied. He wanted a name. Was it the Judge who rejected it or was it someone else? The clerks answer was that it was a “General opinion”. “So I sent the good judge Seabright an email” He said.
Benish said he would not reveal what was in the email but on January 18th he received a voice mail message from the clerk’s office that the complaint was being forwarded to the Grand Jury.
Benish said that some of the names of persons on this defendant list include but are not limited to:
Paul Sulla Jr.
Paul Sulla III
Mary Ann Jolin
Judges within the 1st Circuit Courts
Judges within the 3rd Circuit Courts
Judges within the 5th Circuit Courts
Persons in the Honolulu Police Department. (Past and Present)
Persons in the Kauaii Police Department (Past and Present)
The Kauai Police Chief (Past and Present)
The Kauai Mayor (Past and Present)
The Kauai Prosecutor (Past and present)
Persons in the Kauai Prosecutors office (Past and Present)
Persons in the Hawaii Prosecutors office
Persons in the Hilo Police Department
Persons in the Hawaii Attorney General’s Office
Kauai General Counsel
Persons in the Kauai Freedom of Information Office
Hawaii Community Foundation
Hale Opio Inc.
Hawaii United Way
Territorial Savings Bank
Big Island Land Co.
First Hawaiian Bank
Stewart Title Company
American Savings Bank
(And many more)