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Podcast #3 - Diamond Head Shooting (Hibiscus Dr.) Podcast with attorney David Hayakawa A-1 Podcast with A-1 Nick

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A1 Nick, aka GotBailNick, of A-1 Bail Bonds sits down with attorney David Hayakawa to discuss the January 19th 2020 diamond head shooting which left two Honolulu Police Officers (Officers Tiffany Enriquez  and Kaulike Kalama) and landlord Lois Cain dead.  Mr. Hayakawa has a unique perspective having fought a 7 year legal battle again shooter Jaroslav “Jerry” Hanel (who was known to his neighbors as "Jarda") and describes the now deceased shooter's erratic behavior, mental illness, and personality quirks.  

No one suspected Mr. Hanel was capable of killing his landlord, who let him live downstair for roughly 11-15 years rent free.  Unfortunate and disheartening, Mr. Hanel ambushed two police officers responding to the stabbing of a second neighbor after killing his landlord.  The presumed fire set thereafter by Mr. Hanel burned 7 of the surrounding houses.  Although the investigation is still ongoing, Ms. Cain remains were verifiedt, and Mr. Hanels remains are presumed to be the second of the two found in the ashes.  

This shooting has been a tragedy for Hawaii's community and I urge anyone wishing to help, to please donate to Officer Enriquez's gofundme page, which I have verified as legitimate through the Honolulu Star-Advertiser: 

Star-Advertiser article for link verification:
https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020/01/21/breaking-news/two-verified-gofundme-campaigns-pop-up-for-fallen-honolulu-police-officers/

Verified Gofundme for the Enriquez family
https://www.gofundme.com/f/tiffany-enriquez-ohana-fundraiser

According to a facebook post, by a trusted friend, former prosecutor, and very trustworthy attorney, here is the official gofundme page for Officer Kalama.  

https://www.gofundme.com/f/official-page-for-quotkkquot-kalama

There is also a gofundme page for Adam & Racheal Patterson, a family displaced by the fires.  The details are below:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/adam-amp-racheal-patterson?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet

Waikiki School PTO with the support of Waikiki School has set up a gofundme for the two school ohanas that were impacted by the tragic events of Sunday (Patterson Ohana - 7 members and Ricardi-King Ohana - 3 members).   The link to the gofundme is below.  

In addition to raising money for these two families that have lost everything, we are also looking for long-term housing within the vicinity of Waikiki School, vehicle for the Ricardi-King ohana and a rentable storage unit (3-months) for all the generous donations.   

The school and the PTO are working with these families on developing a list of items needed once housing is secured.   Please pass this message along to your viewers.   We are in need of the Aloha spirit!

https://www.gofundme.com/f/ohanas-need-our-support?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1

A1 Nick, aka GotBailNick, of A-1 Bail Bonds sits down with attorney David Hayakawa to discuss the January 19th 2020 diamond head shooting which left two Honolulu Police Officers (Officers Tiffany Enriquez  and Kaulike Kalama) and landlord Lois Cain dead.  Mr. Hayakawa has a unique perspective having fought a 7 year legal battle again shooter Jaroslav “Jerry” Hanel (who was known to his neighbors as "Jarda") and describes the now deceased shooter's erratic behavior, mental illness, and personality quirks.  

No one suspected Mr. Hanel was capable of killing his landlord, who let him live downstair for roughly 11-15 years rent free.  Unfortunate and disheartening, Mr. Hanel ambushed two police officers responding to the stabbing of a second neighbor after killing his landlord.  The presumed fire set thereafter by Mr. Hanel burned 7 of the surrounding houses.  Although the investigation is still ongoing, Ms. Cain remains were verifiedt, and Mr. Hanels remains are presumed to be the second of the two found in the ashes.  

This shooting has been a tragedy for Hawaii's community and I urge anyone wishing to help, to please donate to Officer Enriquez's gofundme page, which I have verified as legitimate through the Honolulu Star-Advertiser: 

Star-Advertiser article for link verification:
https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020/01/21/breaking-news/two-verified-gofundme-campaigns-pop-up-for-fallen-honolulu-police-officers/

Verified Gofundme for the Enriquez family
https://www.gofundme.com/f/tiffany-enriquez-ohana-fundraiser

According to a facebook post, by a trusted friend, former prosecutor, and very trustworthy attorney, here is the official gofundme page for Officer Kalama.  

https://www.gofundme.com/f/official-page-for-quotkkquot-kalama

There is also a gofundme page for Adam & Racheal Patterson, a family displaced by the fires.  The details are below:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/adam-amp-racheal-patterson?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet

Waikiki School PTO with the support of Waikiki School has set up a gofundme for the two school ohanas that were impacted by the tragic events of Sunday (Patterson Ohana - 7 members and Ricardi-King Ohana - 3 members).   The link to the gofundme is below.  

In addition to raising money for these two families that have lost everything, we are also looking for long-term housing within the vicinity of Waikiki School, vehicle for the Ricardi-King ohana and a rentable storage unit (3-months) for all the generous donations.   

The school and the PTO are working with these families on developing a list of items needed once housing is secured.   Please pass this message along to your viewers.   We are in need of the Aloha spirit!

https://www.gofundme.com/f/ohanas-need-our-support?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1

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