Agent arrested in shooting at Hawaii ...

Agent arrested in shooting at Hawaii McDonald's

There are 22 comments on the SanLuisObispo.com story from Nov 6, 2011, titled Agent arrested in shooting at Hawaii McDonald's. In it, SanLuisObispo.com reports that:

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Sunday night that 27-year-old Christopher Deedy has been charged with second-degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

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Jack Meoff

Kaneohe, HI

#1 Nov 8, 2011
Just so you know, The "victim's" knife has been recovered, The one he said he was going to use to "gut" the federal agent.
John

Hutchinson, KS

#2 Nov 9, 2011
Jack Meoff wrote:
Just so you know, The "victim's" knife has been recovered, The one he said he was going to use to "gut" the federal agent.
Hawaiians do love violence. Especially against the hated haole.
HPD ret

Mililani, HI

#3 Nov 9, 2011
Jack Meoff wrote:
Just so you know, The "victim's" knife has been recovered, The one he said he was going to use to "gut" the federal agent.
Where did it say this local kid had a knife? They said they recovered a knife at the scene but it is not known that it belongs to the victim. Jumping to conclusions and pointing the finger of blame before all the evidence is in shows your partiality to this agent and is wrong. This secret service agent should have had the previsit knowledge that this area is a known afterhour hangout and troubled area. The shooting happened before APEC so what was he doing in this area to begin with? Also why was he carrying a gun and why shoot three shots for a verbal confrontation. Yes there is always trouble at this time of the morning but I can not rememeber any fights where a gun was used. His knowledge of Hawaii's strict law on carrying of a concealed weapon should have been known to him at his previsit briefing.
Sonny Li

Mililani, HI

#4 Nov 9, 2011
Jack Meoff wrote:
Just so you know, The "victim's" knife has been recovered, The one he said he was going to use to "gut" the federal agent.
What makes you think that we cannot read? Looking at your posted name who would believe anyone that is called JACK MEOFF? How old are you anyway to even dreamup such a nasty name? I beieve you aliases are Joe Balls,Stumpy, and a few more smart azz posted names. I also beieve you are a old man with a very immature personality and has proved to be poorly educated. Jumping the gun on accusations of who is guilty is also a sign of your mainland preferences over local in such a sad occurence.
leeward lolo

Honolulu, HI

#5 Nov 9, 2011
HPD ret wrote:
<quoted text>Where did it say this local kid had a knife? They said they recovered a knife at the scene but it is not known that it belongs to the victim. Jumping to conclusions and pointing the finger of blame before all the evidence is in shows your partiality to this agent and is wrong. This secret service agent should have had the previsit knowledge that this area is a known afterhour hangout and troubled area. The shooting happened before APEC so what was he doing in this area to begin with? Also why was he carrying a gun and why shoot three shots for a verbal confrontation. Yes there is always trouble at this time of the morning but I can not rememeber any fights where a gun was used. His knowledge of Hawaii's strict law on carrying of a concealed weapon should have been known to him at his previsit briefing.
Here is another shooting:

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/honolulu-hi/T...
Nuff Said

Honolulu, HI

#6 Nov 9, 2011
Cho furst tink ledah! Das hau!
Nuff Said

Honolulu, HI

#7 Nov 9, 2011
The law of attraction was in effect.
HPD ret

Mililani, HI

#8 Nov 9, 2011
leeward lolo wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is another shooting:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/honolulu-hi/T...
So what? That shooting was a outside a bar early in the morning and they both were aquainted. What does that have to do with a Federal agent and a local kid in a verbal confrontation? What you showed is shootings are rare in Hawaii and if your out an about in the wee hours of the morning it can happen. I liken this case to the mentally ill homeless gal that the cops shot on King Street some time back. On that case that homeless women won a large settlement from HPD insurance. This case will bring about a Federal lawsuit and you know who will foot the bill? We will especially if this agent was drinking and drunk when he shot three rounds into that young man. This kind of case you have to wait till all evidece is gathered. To make a statement like this man had a knife because one was found at the scene is premature. Balls is always making false statements and has a bigmouth that has him pegged as one of the most uncredible commenters on this forum.
Harrys obsession

Kaneohe, HI

#9 Nov 9, 2011
HPD ret wrote:
<quoted text>So what? That shooting was a outside a bar early in the morning and they both were aquainted. What does that have to do with a Federal agent and a local kid in a verbal confrontation? What you showed is shootings are rare in Hawaii and if your out an about in the wee hours of the morning it can happen. I liken this case to the mentally ill homeless gal that the cops shot on King Street some time back. On that case that homeless women won a large settlement from HPD insurance. This case will bring about a Federal lawsuit and you know who will foot the bill? We will especially if this agent was drinking and drunk when he shot three rounds into that young man. This kind of case you have to wait till all evidece is gathered. To make a statement like this man had a knife because one was found at the scene is premature. Balls is always making false statements and has a bigmouth that has him pegged as one of the most uncredible commenters on this forum.
You don't count. Witnesses do count and they said the so-called victim was saying that he was going to "gut" the agent. Luckily, this time the right guy was killed instead of some innocent tourist.
Opinion

Waianae, HI

#10 Nov 9, 2011
If the facts reveal that the guy that got shot made a threat and had a knife on a federal agent, well, the guy that got shot made the mistake of messing with something that he should not have...being drunk not an excuse, the federal agent is not in trouble.

If the facts reveal that he did not make any threats, did not have a knife,and the federal agent shot him...then the federal agent is in a lot of trouble.

The position is well reviewed before hire, the position is stable and well paid, and I for one could not imagine putting my career and over all well being at risk in a situation such as that.

What were the actual events leading up to the shooting without any lop-sided comments from the peanut gallery?

We will find out in a court of law.
leeward lolo

Honolulu, HI

#11 Nov 9, 2011
Opinion wrote:
If the facts reveal that the guy that got shot made a threat and had a knife on a federal agent, well, the guy that got shot made the mistake of messing with something that he should not have...being drunk not an excuse, the federal agent is not in trouble.
If the facts reveal that he did not make any threats, did not have a knife,and the federal agent shot him...then the federal agent is in a lot of trouble.
The position is well reviewed before hire, the position is stable and well paid, and I for one could not imagine putting my career and over all well being at risk in a situation such as that.
What were the actual events leading up to the shooting without any lop-sided comments from the peanut gallery?

We will find out in a court of law.
I think that due to the million dollars worth of cameras recently installed IN THAT AREA it should be no problem to get a fairly good idea of who was where at the time.

Both sides:
A guy arrives here from a cold, snowy area, it would have been 9 am on the east coast so not tired, finds a warm, flower scented paradise and cannot sleep so goes exploring the area, says the wrong thing..........

Local guys get off work, celebrating that their cousin is starting center for the Oakland Raiders, driving around exploring the area, maybe looking for girls, say the wrong thing..........

Two lives gone. Tragic. Even see a horrible car accident and think lucky I stopped to change the dog's water or could have been right in the middle? Five or ten minutes eather way that early morning and all could have been ok today. Another thing that should not have happened.

And Waikiki is so beautiful these days.
Opinion

Waianae, HI

#12 Nov 9, 2011
leeward lolo wrote:
<quoted text>
I think that due to the million dollars worth of cameras recently installed IN THAT AREA it should be no problem to get a fairly good idea of who was where at the time.
Both sides:
A guy arrives here from a cold, snowy area, it would have been 9 am on the east coast so not tired, finds a warm, flower scented paradise and cannot sleep so goes exploring the area, says the wrong thing..........
Local guys get off work, celebrating that their cousin is starting center for the Oakland Raiders, driving around exploring the area, maybe looking for girls, say the wrong thing..........
Two lives gone. Tragic. Even see a horrible car accident and think lucky I stopped to change the dog's water or could have been right in the middle? Five or ten minutes eather way that early morning and all could have been ok today. Another thing that should not have happened.
And Waikiki is so beautiful these days.
Let's walk hand in hand down Kuhio on this one.
alice

Kahului, HI

#13 Nov 15, 2011
Clearly the drunk, methed out local guy tried the stab the handsome stranger. The evidence is in. More lcoals ought to fear those they attack. Not everyone will welcome the attack.
Jack

Kihei, HI

#14 Nov 15, 2011
Screw loose network or another loose cannon?
Doug Johnson

San Leandro, CA

#15 Jan 12, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text>Hawaiians do love violence. Especially against the hated haole.
Racist! How about we don't judge a group by the actions of a few. My guess would be that white Americans have instigated more violence on this world the any other group in history.
Doug Johnson

San Leandro, CA

#16 Jan 12, 2013
alice wrote:
Clearly the drunk, methed out local guy tried the stab the handsome stranger. The evidence is in. More lcoals ought to fear those they attack. Not everyone will welcome the attack.
clearly the stupid, self-righteous white b!tch made a racist comment. The evidence is in she is a [email protected] Site stops me from using profanity but not racist stereotyping. F America.
Thalia Massie

United States

#17 Jan 12, 2013
The federal agent is innocent. The local dude was the perp.
Concerned Hawaiian

Salem, OR

#18 Jan 13, 2013
Sonny Li...your angry retort does nothing to help or educate anyone. And spouyting yoru hatred and racism, will NOLY perpetuate it further. Its called "Breaking the mold". just like if my grandfather was killed in a concentration camp....should I now hate all germans? Or Jews? Well, he died at one...he fell from the guard tower...

TELL me you didnt laugh a little...
Concerned Hawaiian

Salem, OR

#19 Jan 13, 2013
Doug Johnson wrote:
<quoted text>
Racist! How about we don't judge a group by the actions of a few. My guess would be that white Americans have instigated more violence on this world the any other group in history.
True that brother.
Concerned Hawaiian

Salem, OR

#20 Jan 13, 2013
alice wrote:
Clearly the drunk, methed out local guy tried the stab the handsome stranger. The evidence is in. More lcoals ought to fear those they attack. Not everyone will welcome the attack.
And not everyone will shoot eiuther...and a local thinking that he is tough since he is a local...is a recipe for missing teeth...or life...as in this case..

Imagine...a federal agent losing his temper over ONLY a verbal arguement...and KILLING an UNARMED man over it? Not so much. He, as a fed, would have had EXTENSIVE mental profiling and he would understand the weight of a murder charge AS an agent...BUT what was he doing down there? Drugs, or scandal...my guess.

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