Samoan prison gang in Hawaii - USO- target of FBI investigation

Nov 18, 2011 Full story: Samoa News 72

The Federal Bureau of Investigation in Honolulu has no comment at this time on an ongoing federal investigation into a Samoan prison gang reportedly operating at the state and federal prisons in Hawai'i. Samoa News learned of the investigation after the federal court in Honolulu released Wednesday the superseding indictment against Honolulu Police ... (more)

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“"TUI MANU'A LO'U ALI'I E"”

Since: Jun 09

Compton, CA

#1 Nov 19, 2011
The Uso cartel isnt only in Hawaii its in prisons all over California as well. The Uso's stronghold in Cali is San Quentin Penitentiary. In Cali the Uso cartel consists of Samoans, Tongans and any other Polynesian.
CHERIE KAHAHANE

Springfield Gardens, NY

#2 Nov 19, 2011
WHY JUST THE SAMOANS ARE POINTED OUT. I FEEL IT GOES FOR ALL RACES OVER THERE. I'M PRETTY SURE THE SAMOANS AIN'T THE ONLY ONES INVOLVED IN WHATEVER THEY ARE DOING WRONG OVER THERE. GANGS HAVE BEEN A PROBLEM IN THIS WORLD FOR A VERY LONG TIME, NOW IT HAS GOTTEN WORSE MORE IN THE WEST COAST THAN THE EAST COAST. HAWAII WAS NEVER KNOWN TO BE A GANG RELATED STATE, BUT EVENTUALLY I GUESS IT DID. IT SAD BECAUSE BEING IN A GANG DOESN'T GET YOU NO WHERE BUT IN JAIL, OR DEAD.. WE HAVE TO LEARN TO STICK TOGETHER AND UNITE INSTEAD OF KILLING EACHOTHER AND OUR OWN KIND.. I SEE THAT HAPPENING OVER HERE IN NEW YORK CITY WHERE I LIVE. THE MINORITY KILLING THE MINORITY AND THE MAJORITY ONLY GETS STRONGER AND RICHER!! ITS SAD WHAT THIS WORLD HAS COME TOO. I JUST PRAY FOR ALL OF THEM..
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CHERIE KAHAHANE

Springfield Gardens, NY

#3 Nov 19, 2011
ITS SAD WHAT THIS WORLD HAS COME TO. GO SAMOA!!!

Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#4 Nov 19, 2011
Tongans in prison under the protection of the USO gang...
fijizanss

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#5 Nov 19, 2011
i guess the fijian are just making money and playing golf anyone wanna come join this sweet game.
mango salsa

United States

#7 Nov 28, 2011
It's sad but true a lot of Tongan went in they all came out with uso fam or uso tat on their bodies only to stay safe in Hawaii prison the gang is run by a family of brothers that all live in there.
SOS

Waipahu, HI

#8 Nov 30, 2011
ONCE upon a time the USO FAMILY was running halawa prison, But if you ask anybody in halawa prison WHO is running it now, you"ll have a different answer.
Tavete Telea

Papakura, New Zealand

#9 Dec 2, 2011
Yea thats the one my uso's in order to survive in there we got to stay together' let the world know who truly is the superior polynesian race''SAMOA MO SAMOA'' CHOOOOOHU''

Since: May 10

American Samoa

#10 Dec 2, 2011
Tavete Telea wrote:
Yea thats the one my uso's in order to survive in there we got to stay together' let the world know who truly is the superior polynesian race''SAMOA MO SAMOA'' CHOOOOOHU''
This is not something to be proud of....less than one percent of the general population....75% of inmate polulation. Something is wrong with this picture...either the police force is targeting the poly's or the poly's are commiting most of the crime. Or the judge....u know what i mean...
shaunnakamura

Kailua, HI

#11 Jan 13, 2012
Please leave me in peace I surrender:)

“Bleu”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#12 Jan 14, 2012
shaunnakamura wrote:
Please leave me in peace I surrender:)
lol too funny!
Tyrone CRIPS420

San Jose, CA

#13 Jan 15, 2012
Yo Samoans can get bloody shot cuz! BLACK PRIDE TO DA DETH CUZZ!

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#14 Jan 15, 2012
Tyrone CRIPS420 wrote:
Yo Samoans can get bloody shot cuz! BLACK PRIDE TO DA DETH CUZZ!
????....WTF??? "bloody Shot".....are u some european gangster or r u frontin to imitating one? Very poor attempt.Lol

“Bleu”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#15 Jan 16, 2012
Tyrone CRIPS420 wrote:
Yo Samoans can get bloody shot cuz! BLACK PRIDE TO DA DETH CUZZ!
Please speak English. I can't understand your gibberish.
SURF808

Wanaka, New Zealand

#16 Jan 16, 2012
Tyrone CRIPS420 wrote:
Yo Samoans can get bloody shot cuz! BLACK PRIDE TO DA DETH CUZZ!
Paraphrasing a famous quote: "God created the monkey because He was getting upset with some of the humans."

This gangster-wanna-be from Oakland is one of those examples... LOL It's best to take your black-ass (I mean pride) back to school or find a job!
Samoa melbourne

Melbourne, Australia

#17 Jan 22, 2012
Wannabe gansters stand on your own two feet , get a job make your parents proud not ashamed , carry a book not a gun , burn those bandana's , u shame all samoans , you all are not tough , u make me laugh, you carry a gun cause u afraid make war upon others, go join the army if your trigger happy, you bring grief and heartache for your family, you make me sick!!!!!!! if any my nephews,sons,cousins i no wanna be a gangster i will kapoki him, a man stands on his on two feet and does not chase the bone, does not get influenced by other idiots or act the hero infront of his boys, educate yourself and bring your kids up right , turn away from the so called gang life , aint nothing cool about jail just DUMB!!!!!!

“Bleu”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#18 Jan 26, 2012
Tavete Telea wrote:
Yea thats the one my uso's in order to survive in there we got to stay together' let the world know who truly is the superior polynesian race''SAMOA MO SAMOA'' CHOOOOOHU''
You know what child When someone like you for example, comes on here and says he is samoan(maybe you really arent) and talks nonsense about letting the world know about polynesian racial superiority,it sure is telling of how small minded, you really are...stop dragging the samoan identity in the muck and mire of your IGNORANCE.
Relos in prison isn't something to be proud about either.

Howz about surviving out here in the Real world? Huh?
THAT little jungle in prison is nothing compared to the expansive JUNGLE out here in the world of the Living. So please stop talking shiet sense. It only makes you look highly uneducated.
LtbR

Rotorua, New Zealand

#19 Jan 27, 2012
Well said Elektra Blue.

An old man once told me. If you wanna prove how tough you really are young man, serve your parents until they both pass away. If you should have a family of your own, help raise your off spring with your wife/partner until they have all grown up and have families of their own. Be prepared to look after & train your grandchildren, how to think, how to serve, how to interact diplomatically with others, and foster their own individuality at the same time, so should they ever stray and get in trouble...sit him/her down and have this same conversation.

“MASINA”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#20 Jan 27, 2012
Great point made there LtbR.
It is always essential to reflect upon our upbringing, regardless of ethnicity. The Home and family, per se...Parents, is/are the child's first Classroom and Teacher(s). Teaching their children about LIFE. Love,Honor,Respect,Responsibil ity,Sacrifice..making effective choices and decisions, character building, et cetera,.the whole gamut in preparation for what lies ahead. The customs,belief and value system..that is imparted,shared, reinforced and continuously demonstrated by word and action.

Usually, when a child is unruly, a troublemaker, violent and so forth,the first people to be caught and thrown mercilessly in front of the firing line, is usually the parents. Sometimes it is often not fair because, some parents may do all they can and to the best of their ability...yet when it comes down to making those final choices...it becomes an individual one.

But there are also some parents who allow too much individuality of expression and being..that it becomes a double edged sword, when the child becomes rebellious, disrespectful and non-compliant, but walks all over them. There is always a fine line between the Individuality mindset as opposed to the Whole..Family or Group context.

The relation of this to the above topic thread and to your insightful post on family values?

There is only so much a Family...Parents can do...given that they have given it their all to raise that child/individual properly....infused with grounded family values. The ultimate decision(s) usually lie with that individual. Those unfortunate individuals in jail made poor choices, poor judgen=ment calls and that is why they are there.

In essence as parents...never stop teaching and guiding our children. Just because society states that when a child attains the age of 18, does not mean that we relinquish our duties and rights as parents. Parenting is a duty borne out of love...It is a lifelong duty that Parents carry until it is their time to move on...and leave this world. This also applies to children and their duty to the family...Parents. The way the society we live in puts it,...makes parenting, child rearing and a child/individual's responsibility to family,makes it out as a burden of inconvinience.

All in all, when all is said and done...the true legacy and wealth that any parent can leave for their children is not material in nature.
It is the hard earned and hard won lessons in Life, that they have learned...lessons of survival..the customs, traditions, beliefs and value systems regarding self and others in the social context.
Lessons,Knowledge and Wisdom gained to live by...and stand on their own...and impart upon their own children.
Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#21 Jan 27, 2012
Taupoimasina wrote:
Great point made there LtbR.
It is always essential to reflect upon our upbringing, regardless of ethnicity. The Home and family, per se...Parents, is/are the child's first Classroom and Teacher(s). Teaching their children about LIFE. Love,Honor,Respect,Responsibil ity,Sacrifice..making effective choices and decisions, character building, et cetera,.the whole gamut in preparation for what lies ahead. The customs,belief and value system..that is imparted,shared, reinforced and continuously demonstrated by word and action.
Usually, when a child is unruly, a troublemaker, violent and so forth,the first people to be caught and thrown mercilessly in front of the firing line, is usually the parents. Sometimes it is often not fair because, some parents may do all they can and to the best of their ability...yet when it comes down to making those final choices...it becomes an individual one.
But there are also some parents who allow too much individuality of expression and being..that it becomes a double edged sword, when the child becomes rebellious, disrespectful and non-compliant, but walks all over them. There is always a fine line between the Individuality mindset as opposed to the Whole..Family or Group context.
The relation of this to the above topic thread and to your insightful post on family values?
There is only so much a Family...Parents can do...given that they have given it their all to raise that child/individual properly....infused with grounded family values. The ultimate decision(s) usually lie with that individual. Those unfortunate individuals in jail made poor choices, poor judgen=ment calls and that is why they are there.
In essence as parents...never stop teaching and guiding our children. Just because society states that when a child attains the age of 18, does not mean that we relinquish our duties and rights as parents. Parenting is a duty borne out of love...It is a lifelong duty that Parents carry until it is their time to move on...and leave this world. This also applies to children and their duty to the family...Parents. The way the society we live in puts it,...makes parenting, child rearing and a child/individual's responsibility to family,makes it out as a burden of inconvinience.
All in all, when all is said and done...the true legacy and wealth that any parent can leave for their children is not material in nature.
It is the hard earned and hard won lessons in Life, that they have learned...lessons of survival..the customs, traditions, beliefs and value systems regarding self and others in the social context.
Lessons,Knowledge and Wisdom gained to live by...and stand on their own...and impart upon their own children.
And that's why I have a lot of respect for you. We don't see eye to eye on some things (you know what I mean)....:), but when you have something to say people listen. If that's not a gift I don't know what is.

Fa'afetai o lau pule lea.



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