The Hawaii safe haven law allows for a new born baby to be dropped off at fire stations, hospitals and police stations. This can be done without criminal consequences as long as that baby is unharmed.
Yesterday a Korean mother and tourist to Hawaii, staying at the Waikiki Sheraton hotel was accused of murdering her infant in the hotel bathroom. She was arrested, brought to Honolulu Queens hospital and later released pending investigations.
Hawaii State Representative John M. Mizune came forward and said this bay may still be alive, and tourism stakeholders should think about educating visitors about the Hawaii safe haven law. Mizune wants to spread the word about this law called Act 7. he had supported in 2007
Police are still waiting for the results of an autopsy from the Honolulu Medical Examiner’s Office. it’s a good opportunity to spread the word about Act 7, a Baby Safe Haven Law he championed back in 2007.