The other day I wrote a commentary noting that, in these weeks of national headlines over the U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner scandal, East Hawaii may have it’s very own “Weinergate.” I told you about East Hawaii Veterinary Center’s $101,000 settlement onÂ an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaint. The complaint alleged that a co-owner of the vet clinic sexually harassed eight women. Â I wondered aloud what this co-owner, who, come to find out is Alfred Mina, DVM, could have said to these women to lead them to the EEOC. Â Well, the other day I had an opportunity to read the EEOC complaint and, Wow!, the content is so raunchy I can’t even repeat some of the horribly offensive statements that were allegedly made to these women. Â Upon reading the complaint, I called the vet clinic seeking out Dr. Mina for comment. Â I was told that he was off work until Friday. Â I left my name and phone number, seeking a return call. Â I contemplated sharing the complaint with you prior to today, but I wanted to be fair to the doctor and give him a chance to return my telephone call today. Â That did not happen. Â Now, I don’t think it would be fair to Big Island Chronicle readers to sit on this information any longer. Â I urge you to click on the link above, read the complaint yourself, and then come back here so we can talk about it.