Monday, August 13, 2007

Diversity Watch: Marco Heimuli Finally Arrested For One-Year Old Murder In West Salt Lake


KSL Channel 5 reports on August 13th, 2007, that 20-year old murder suspect Marco Heimuli was arrested last night as a result of good undercover work and timely surveillance. This post is supplemented by a couple of other reports posted HERE and HERE. The Salt Lake Tribune also published a story on this incident.

Police learned that Heimuli, who goes by nicknames of "KK" and "Koto", was at a party at a Taylorsville home on Redwood Road. A surveillance team comprised of Salt Lake detectives and members of the Metro Gang Unit staked out the location, and when Heimuli left the house, they followed the car he was riding in to a gas station. They then approached the vehicle, arrested him, and, to nobody's surprise, recovered a handgun.

Heimuli was charged with criminal homicide, a first-degree felony, and aggravated assault, a second-degree felony, stemming from his alleged actions at a party held at 1841 West 500 North (Rose Park) on July 4th, 2006, which apparently turned into a mini-riot involving as many as 60 people. The brouhaha began after two women started arguing and another suspect, 18-year old Tevita Haunga, threatened the host with a gun. According to witnesses, Heimuli, who showed up that night with about nine other people, two of them and himself carrying guns, pulled out his gun and fired directly at Tevita Finau Vaenuku, who was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of death was determined to be multiple gunshot wounds. Police also believe Heimuli wounded another man and a 10-year old boy.

Prosecutors previously stated back in April 2007 that they would ask for $1 million bail.

Commentary: It looks like another of our "New Americans" repaid our generosity for letting his family into our country by turning predator on us. This is what we get when we bring in these Third World people to save a few pennies on labor.

If you like diversity so much, why don't more of you live amongst it? Particularly those of you who live in Draper, Bluffdale, Herriman, Riverton, and South Jordan. If you really liked diversity, you would be living amongst it. What would be your attitude towards diversity if you lived next door to 1841 West 500 North on July 4th, 2006? Exposure to diversity is a novelty; living amongst diversity is a challenge. And if diversity is so natural, why do we consume such an inordinate amount of time, energy, and resources "managing" it? Why do our taxes pay for an endless array of diversity and civil rights bureaucracies from coast to coast and border to border? Just think how much better shape our roads and bridges would be in if the millions we pour into "managing" diversity were instead spent on infrastructure.

Diversity...is it really worth the effort? You be the judge.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Diversity" has nothing to do with this you racist.

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yes i really agree with the above comment. Diversity has nothing to do with this, your perspective seems to be pulling from a racisit view

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DK said...

I was cellmates with Mr. Heimuli in prison. I assure you that he is nothing like what the author of this article is trying to portray. He is a gentle giant with a good head on his shoulders. He was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. As for the comments about diversity and race being a factor in this situation, it isn't. Yes he is a Polynesian, but why would that be pointed out here? I'm quite sure that the person that is pointing out his race and saying that his being Polynesian is a mitigating factor here, has no problems with the Polynesians on their beloved BYU and/or UofU football teams. They probably worship those Polynesians and kiss there ass like so many of you people do.

DK said...

I was cellmates with Mr. Heimuli in prison. I assure you that he is nothing like what the author of this article is trying to portray. He is a gentle giant with a good head on his shoulders. He was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. As for the comments about diversity and race being a factor in this situation, it isn't. Yes he is a Polynesian, but why would that be pointed out here? I'm quite sure that the person that is pointing out his race and saying that his being Polynesian is a mitigating factor here, has no problems with the Polynesians on their beloved BYU and/or UofU football teams. They probably worship those Polynesians and kiss there ass like so many of you people do.