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Child molestation suspect, posing as Hawaii attorney, faces extradition

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:44 a.m. HST, Sep 14, 2013

A fugitive discovered posing as a "private attorney general" in Hawaii will soon be returned to Georgia to face charges of felony child molestation.

Acting on a no-bail warrant issued by the State of Georgia, special agents from the Hawaii Department of the Attorney General arrested 42-year-old Anthony T. Williams on Friday .

Williams is being held pending extradition to Georgia. Williams' initial court appearance is set for next Wednesday.

According to Attorney General David Louie, officials became aware of Williams when complaints were filed against him for appearing in federal and state courts as a "private attorney general" representing private parties in various types of litigation.

Louie's office confirmed that Williams is not a licensed attorney in Hawaii and is not authorized to practice law in Hawaii.

Anyone who hired Williams believing that he was a licensed attorney in the state of Hawaii and received what was believed to be legal assistance, representation or advice is asked to contact the Investigations Division, Department of the Attorney General at 586-1240.

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iwanaknow wrote:
Da joke is on us.
on September 13,2013 | 10:24PM
thepartyfirst wrote:
I believe this is a set-up.
on September 13,2013 | 11:51PM
niimi wrote:
In my opinion any dumb dumb who hired this fellow as their attorney is just that.
on September 13,2013 | 11:34PM
cojef wrote:
If justice is blind, let it take its course. There is warrant outstanding against this fellow so proceed from there. The State of Georgia will have to send an officer to extradite Williams back to where the warrant was issued. The local jurisdiction is at fault for not checking out his credentials and let Williams practice at bar.
on September 14,2013 | 05:38AM
DABLACK wrote:
All the attorneys belong to the "Bar". They usually make deals without notifying their clients. They don't "win" all the time, some other joker gets to make some "kala" too ! Hawaii failed to ensure this man was legit to practice. Would it have been different if he joined the "Bar/social" club ??
on September 14,2013 | 07:24AM
busthalfnut wrote:
A non-attorney who takes fees from "clients" in exchange for legal representation is a scam artist. A fraud. Put whatever spin you like on it, at the end of the day it still amounts to FRAUD!
on September 14,2013 | 07:26AM
thepartyfirst wrote:
Mr. Williams works under the tittle Attorney in Fact. I would trust him before I trust a bar attorney. Don't ever go to court for any reason and defend yourself as a defendant. It is not a place of justice or to protect your rights. If you are hearing this for the first time, get educated.
on September 14,2013 | 08:31AM
busthalfnut wrote:
You want people to put their trust in someone that illegally flees the state instead of defending felonious child molestation charges? You want to trust the guy fine, but don't expect others to follow your foolish advice.
on September 14,2013 | 09:43AM
thepartyfirst wrote:
Do you know he real facts behind this situation or do you trust what you read in the media?
on September 14,2013 | 11:37AM
busthalfnut wrote:
I watched the videos of this idiot posing as if he knows something about foreclosures. Judge Ayabe was generous in not locking him up for contempt.
on September 14,2013 | 05:59PM
residenttaxpayer wrote:
Private Attorney General?.....really?....ha ha
on September 14,2013 | 09:14AM
Mythman wrote:
Err, does Hawaii have a law either recognizing PAGs or not permitting PAGs? The story is not quite right.
on September 14,2013 | 01:33PM
brusselsprouts wrote:
he must of heard of the child raping ervil lebarons infesting the islands and thought he would come and hide out.
on September 14,2013 | 02:14PM
RevolutionTelevision wrote:
This story is a prima facie case of David Louie office FRAUD to keep a lid on what Williams has been doing in Hawaii exposing Bar members, including judges, for FRAUD and commercial crimes. Evidence of FRAUD is right in your face in the quote: "Anyone who hired Williams believing that he was a licensed attorney in the state of Hawaii and received what was believed to be legal assistance, representation or advice is asked to contact the Investigations Division, Department of the Attorney General at 586-1240. There are two glaring frauds (omissions or misrepresentations) in this defamatory propaganda: 1) there are zero legitimately "licensed" lawyers, there only only "certified" Bar members, according to the DCCA Professional Licensing Division. "Lawyer licensing" has been illegal since the 1600s since the passage of the statute of Monopolies Act outlawing any monopolistic enterprise, like the Bar that has monopolized the justice system. The notion that lawyers are "licensed" is a gross deception (consumer fraud) maintained to continue violating anti-trust laws and the "officers of the courts" commercial crimes; and 2) Anthony Williams would never tell anyone he was a "licensed attorney" for that reason alone. He, as most of us, are disgusted by "licensed lawyers" that have, along with judge's complicity and willful blindness, aided-and-abetted organized crime and consumer fraud, especially in the foreclosure industry that Williams has been exposing better than anyone. And anyone who believed Williams was a licensed lawyer, or licensed attorney, licensed by the State of Hawaii has to be either: a) a government agent engaged in organized crime; or b) a total IDIOT who became confused by their own stupidity or the negligence of people who may have taken Williams's words and works, and misrepresented him and his defenses against the banks that pay people who lose their homes and life savings a few hundred dollars to a maximum of only $2500 as "hush money" to conceal massive consumer fraud committed by the banks administering the foreclosure industry, aided-and-abetted by David Louiie's Office of the Attorney General that helps administer this outrageous scheme to screw citizens and enrich the local and national mob. Williams is a hero to We The People, and Louie and his spin doctors in the media are shameful for smearing him as a pedophile in a Georgia case that has already been dismissed for his co-defendant son, since the entire matter was a retaliatory lie generated by a drug addict in Williams's extended family who would not listen to Williams to kick his drug habit and be kinder to his children. SHAME ON YOU STAR ADVERTISER for prostituting for the banks, Louie, and the Bar-Bank Racketeering "Enterprise."
on September 16,2013 | 12:04AM
false wrote:
HOw much money is sir Anthony Williams charging his clients for the services that he is suppose to be performing. I guess the State of Georgia has fabricated the charges of CHILD MOLESTATION. What is Mr. Williams background: arrested for theft, failure to pay child support and other trumped up charges in the past. He sure sounds like someone that I would want to represent me in court. Ultimate crime, CHILD MOLESTATION. Well Sir Williams, I guess you can spin your bs in the courts of Georgia when they take you back to where you belong.
on September 20,2013 | 12:17PM
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