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Urgent Occupy Maui Fax Action to Save Tehiva Family's Home

January 02, 2012
Posted in: Home Defense

Update: Wells Fargo has has agreed to delay the eviction of the Tehiva/Phillips' family until February 15th. Read more at

The Tehiva family is asking for you to take action and contact the Hana Sheriff's Department and Police Department to stop their eviction.

We are literally crying out to all that can be on our property on Jan. 2nd to make a silent stand for what is right and protest against the fraudulent act of the bank.

On Jan. 2, Monday our entire family will be wrongfully evicted off of our property. Our family will not leave this property that we live on. Please come to our house at 5305 Hana Hwy on Jan. 2nd to help us support this cause. Our goal is to try and get as many people on our property to make a silent stand. If you know of any individual or group that can help with this stand, please call us. If any changes occur, we will let everyone know. We presently have our family attorney working hard in stopping this act of eviction from happening.

Mahalo, the Tehiva/Phillips 'Ohana

Take action today. Please fax both the Sheriff's Dept and Police & Ask Them Not to Evict Tehiva Family If you don't have a fax machine use one of the free services like

(808) 587-1421 (Sheriff)
(808) 244-5576 (MPD)
(808) 270-7870 (Mayor Arakawa)

Sample fax:

We support the Phillips-Tehiva `Ohana and the right for them to remain on their property at 5305 Hana Highway in Hana, Maui, Hawai`i.

The nine family members, including 6 children and an ailing grandmother, are about to be evicted from land that has been in the family since the Great Mahele. Wells Fargo has obtained the eviction order using fraudulent documents.

The family has a reconsideration hearing in Second Circuit District Court scheduled for February 7, 2012, however the eviction from their property is scheduled for Monday, January 2, 2012 at 12:00 Noon.

I ask for your assistance in preventing a gross miscarriage of justice. Please encourage the Department of Public Safety and the Maui County Police Department to stand down in this matter.