Carroll's guest is Albert Lanier, a retired journalist. As an investigative reporter, Lanier started looking into the rescue of two women "lost at sea", wrote an article for Civil Beat, and discusses his concerns with Carroll today. The women claimed their boat, the "Sea Nymph", was
disabled, and they were adrift at sea for five months. First, the women told reporters a huge, 3-day storm with 60-70 mph winds, damaged their boat. But, NOAA says there were not any storms in the area where they said they were at the time. Then the women told reporters they could not find a place to dock their boat because it was too big. They also told reporters, if they had not been
rescued when they were, they would have been dead within 24 hours. Lanier raises many more questions about their story. Link here to read Albert Lanier's article.
It's still there. Now the "Pacific Paradise" appears to be leaking oil. Swimmers tell Carroll they can taste the oil in the water and it is on their skin. Note the oil sheen on the water in the picture below. The Department of Land and Natural Resources is not saying anything. The Coast
Guard says the oil is washing off the deck. What about the other things aboard the boat? Why is it so hard to remove the boat from the reef? This is becoming another mystery story. Link to Carroll's facebook page for more information.
On the rocks
KITTY CORNER - TOO CUTE!
These, and other kittens like them, are looking for a home. Ages range from 3 to 12 months.
They have been neutered or spayed, and they are litter box trained. Now, all they need is your love. Who can resist a new kitten?
To adopt, call Carroll at 782-6627, or email email@example.com.
Join Carroll on www.envirowatch.orgto view some of the environmental and corruption issues
and resolved, in the past. You will also find him on YouTube at cox7826627 and on facebook.
Carroll continues his discussion about local issues on Olelo Public Television, Channel 54.
Link here to a list of his shows. They can also be
on Olelo video on demand.
Carroll is hosting a weekly show, Eyes on Hawaii, on Thinktech Hawaii. The show streams live every other Tuesday at 12 noon. For the live stream, visit their website at www.thinktechhawaii.com
For a list of past shows, link here.
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