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Brower showed the TV News crew how he scours streets for shopping carts that homeless people use to transport their belongings and then and uses a sledgehammer to destroy them.
“I find abandoned junk, specifically shopping carts, and I remove them,” he explained. “I also create a situation where those carts can’t be pushed around the city. I think it’s a good thing.”
Mental Health America of Hawaii Executive Director Marya Grambs said that Brower’s tactics were sending the wrong message.
“His message to the public is that it’s okay to commit acts of violence against homeless people, against vulnerable people. It’s okay for vigilante justice,” she noted.