Prosecutors must disclose obviously exculpatory evidence even
absent a request from the defendant, and when Guyot interfered with a
court order in an attempt to prevent the court ordered penal liability
exam from potentially exonerating Pinkerton, and to suppress the
question of Pinkertons liability from a court ordered mental
examination is equivalent to the suppression of evidence, along with
suppressing exculpatory evidence found on Pinkertons website, are
grounds that disqualify him for immunity. See Brady v. Maryland373 U.S.
Prosecutor Guyot and members of the County of Kauai
Prosecutors Office have a professional responsibility to divulge the
evidence favorable to the Plaintiff, when they learned from Pinkerton's
website and failed to allow that information to negate Pinkerton's
guilt, regardless if the evidence implicated several Kauai Police
Once again, no sanctions were ever brought against the
Prosecutors Office or Guyot for with violating Rule 3.8(b) of the
Hawaii Rules of Professional Conduct.
Rule 3.8. of the Hawaii
Rules of Professional Conduct: Performing the duty of the public
prosecutor or other government lawyer. A public prosecutor or other
government lawyer shall:
(a) not institute or cause to be
instituted criminal charges when [the prosecutor or government lawyer]
knows or it is obvious that the charges are not supported by probable
b) make timely disclosure to the defense of all
evidence or information known to the prosecutor that tends to negate
the guilt of the accused or mitigates the offense, and, in connection
with sentencing, disclose to the defense all unprivileged mitigating
information known to the prosecutor, except when the prosecutor is
relieved of this responsibility by a protective order of the tribunal.
[emphasis added]" [Pages 9,10,11 of http://www.kpinkerton.com/08-00222/11... ]
Police Officer Gilbert V. Asuncion of Koloa, my neighbor of three
blocks away, has repeatedly filed false charges that neither he nor
other corrupt officers can prove.
I recorded the mediation in
which Officer Asuncion's' verbal statement discredits his first two
investigations and most importantly his Temporary Restraining Order
The prosecution has reviewed this audio file and
upon request of Kauai prosecutor Marc E. Guyot, Judge Trudy Senda
issued my a Supreme Court Rule 5.1
When Officer Gilbert Asuncion
enlisted the help of Sgt. Richard Rosa, Sgt Nelson Agni, Officer
Okamoto and Officer Gabriel to cover up the crimes and police
misconduct on behalf of Officer Gilbert V. Asuncion at a SCHOOL
FUNCTION on SCHOOL PROPERTY, this act became "CONSPIRACY TO INTERFERE
WITH CIVIL RIGHTS" and "CONSPIRACY TO DEPRIVE CIVIL RIGHTS".
Gilbert V. Asuncion, 5/10/1970. I wish this video to help him to see
that he is not above the LAW and he will be held responsible for his
Sgt Richard Rosa: You are a liar as my phone records show. See you in court.
Officers Okamoto and Gabriel: You are not at liberty to conspire
against me either. You are not permitted to threaten to shoot ANYBODYS
dogs, let alone mine. Unless you have a warrant or in "HOT PURSUIT",
you cannot threaten to breach someone's property in order to unlawfully
arrest someone at 02:30 am in order to shelter a fellow officer from liability for the crimes he committed against me while at a school function.
ask this question for the Prosecution: Why offer me a Global Plea Offer
and then indict me because I refuse to sign and relinquish all my
Constitutional Rights. Will these abuses of power never end? Why should
I submit to your tyranny when all the proof I have shows the KPD
officers implicated in my cases are the real criminals?