Suspect freed before killing - Hawaii...

Suspect freed before killing - Hawaii News

There are 29 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Apr 1, 2009, titled Suspect freed before killing - Hawaii News. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

Authorities lodged murder charges against a 21-year-old man who had been released from jail three hours before the Chinatown slaying of 35-year-old Joseph Maululu Peneueta.

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manok

Honolulu, HI

#25 Apr 2, 2009
Missin Hawaii wrote:
Joseph Peneueta was like a brother to me. He made some bad choices in life but was far from Ghetto Monkey. He was a great person with a big heart. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him. My prayers and love goes out to his family.
**Aj of Tennessee
Did you ever try and get him back on track? Did you condone his life of crime? How could this have been prevented?
Elliot Ness

Honolulu, HI

#26 Apr 3, 2009
nanakulimama wrote:
Gang war over "turf". One person dead, one in custody (again). How silly and stupid this world is. The best part is one of the accused shooters was released from custody 3 hours before the shooting. Auwe to all involved. Maybe the govenment should think of legalizing these drugs so this type of violence will become passe. Nah, I joke. Hey, it worked when prohibition was lifted from alcohol.
The alcohol prohibition was removed during the Great Depression. People could not take the violence any longer which came from the bootlegging alcohol. Some say our economy is in a depression. Is it time to remove the drug prohibition?
Missing Hawaii

Barnesville, OH

#27 Apr 3, 2009
no i didnt condon his life of crime.at the time my family was back home we tried to get him to stay on the right track. But trying to keep a person on the right track is not easy they have to want to stay there. Joseph had delt,which was very wrong to do in life. but to help prevent some of these people that come out of prison should get a fair chance at a real job instead of judged by those. and as they come out from prison the P.Os need to maintain and keep up on making sure they are following what they are suppose to be doing .. but even though joseph never Hurt anyone person and defenently did not deserve to be killed my oppinion is what these punks did to joseph will be handle hopefully right and god will punish the guilty ...
Aj of Tennessee
kimo

Honolulu, HI

#28 Apr 3, 2009
Missing Hawaii wrote:
no i didnt condon his life of crime.at the time my family was back home we tried to get him to stay on the right track. But trying to keep a person on the right track is not easy they have to want to stay there. Joseph had delt,which was very wrong to do in life. but to help prevent some of these people that come out of prison should get a fair chance at a real job instead of judged by those. and as they come out from prison the P.Os need to maintain and keep up on making sure they are following what they are suppose to be doing .. but even though joseph never Hurt anyone person and defenently did not deserve to be killed my oppinion is what these punks did to joseph will be handle hopefully right and god will punish the guilty ...
Aj of Tennessee
Well at least you tried. You can't force people into living right.
washington

Bothell, WA

#29 Apr 21, 2009
if you dont know anything then don tsay antyhing before one of the ghetto monketys gets your rear STINK behind and your family..
-female

Pago Pago, American Samoa

#30 Mar 7, 2010
RIL Uncle Joe !
Wish you woulda came back home
but I believed your heart was
settled in Hawaii. I see that you
were already changing because kids
considered you as their mentor .
Much loveee <3
wowlaulau

Honolulu, HI

#31 Mar 11, 2010
Geeeeezus cwist! What the heck is happening ova hea? One day someone is born into a family, the next thing, they being killed by the hands of another man. Did this guy think he was cancer? Oh wait! He did think he was cancer. Catastrophically killing someone.

No difference between cancer and killers. They both spread their catastrophic illness upon their victims.

You can't change someone, who don't know how to change themselves. They have to make the change. In this case, it's too late. He cannot undo what he already did...end of story. He has to live with the mental picture in his head...day in, and day out in his confined little cell.
alice

Kaneohe, HI

#32 Mar 11, 2010
Keep killers in prison forever..they neevr get better and will never stop murdering..they like it
Maunakea

Honolulu, HI

#33 Mar 11, 2010
Someone bailed out? Lucky America.

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