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Kingdom still in place, courts told

Some homeowners fight foreclosure by claiming that the United States is illegally occupying Hawaii

By Rob Perez

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 13, 2014

~~<p>Several years after he stopped making his mortgage payments, Kale Guma&shy;pac was evicted from his foreclosed Hawaii island home.</p>
<p>Days before Thanksgiving, sheriff's deputies escorted a handcuffed Guma&shy;pac &mdash; he was arrested on a trespassing charge &mdash; from the Hawaiian Paradise Park property he had called home for more than a decade.</p>
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Several years after he stopped making his mortgage payments, Kale Guma­pac was evicted from his foreclosed Hawaii island home.

Days before Thanksgiving, sheriff's deputies escorted a handcuffed Guma­pac — he was arrested on a trespassing charge — from the Hawaiian Paradise Park property he had called home for more than a decade. Login for more...



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