Trends & Talkers: Gregory GordonUPDATED 10:36 PM HST Mar 07, 2014Video Transcript
Waikiki Bar, under scrutiny for possibly over-serving has you talking tonight, Yesterday we told you about how the Honolulu Liquor Commission has issued three notices of violations to the owners of the Nashville Waikiki, the bar where Schofield Barracks soldier Gregory Gordon spent the final hours of his life before being killed by police. There is a big debate on our facebook page on what role Nashville Waikiki played in what happened that night. Missy Simons writes, "The bar made money off of this kid and now he's dead because he lost control of himself. There needs to be accountability for those serving liquor, as well as the one drinking. But Andy Hunt counters, "Unless you force the bouncers to question and breathalyzer everyone leaving, there is no way for the bartender to know who is driving, who is going to a hotel and simply who even walks out the door after being handed a drink." And Les Yanagi adds, "People who drink need to be held accountable for their own actions." KITV spoke with Gregory Gordon's parents - they are now considering filing a lawsuit against the bar, along with the Honolulu Police Department. We want to know what you think of this story. Head to facebook and weigh in. Pam?