Monthly Archives: November 2003

Ko’olauloa turns out to oppose Strykers

Wednesday, November 5, 2003 THE STRYKER HEARINGS GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARBULLETIN.COM George Cox hoisted signs protesting a proposed Stryker brigade to be stationed in Schofield during public testimony last night at the Turtle Bay Hilton. He was among some 200 people who attended the meeting to oppose the plan. Calm opposition weighs against mobile… Read more »

Conviction stands for soldier who brutally murdered of a prostitute in Waikiki

While searching online for incidents of military crimes in Hawai’i, I came across the following information on a website for the Honolulu City Prosecutor.  While the page was basically a resume for Peter Carlisle, it was one of the few entries that turned up on this particular case. William Conklin, a soldier, was convicted for… Read more »

Star Bulletin editorial: “Don’t prosecute Stryker protesters”

Source: Saturday, November 01, 2003 [ OUR OPINION ] Don’t prosecute Stryker protesters THE ISSUE The Army rescinded its ban on protest signs at hearings on the proposed Stryker brigade after seven arrests at the first two hearings. DEMOCRACY can be messy and even unruly, a characteristic that escaped Army officials who scheduled a… Read more »