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Jacob Smith’s plea agreement details violence and criminal operations he says were carried out under orders from longtime Honolulu businessman Michael Miske.
A third man who was with Adm. Jerome Adams and his aide has already seen his case reduced to a non-criminal citation. But Honolulu is going after Adams with prosecutors who normally handle felonies.
The accused Honolulu crime boss is now at the center of a major federal public corruption case.
Donors linked to the non-profit group promoting the project have been large campaign contributors to the mayor and many council members.
The family that has operated the Kaulapapa tours for decades is fighting eviction with claims based on long-discredited conspiracy theories.
Recently released documents show a Honolulu businessman threatened to cut down the tree if his lights weren’t turned on.
A classic retaliatory lawsuit was filed after she raised concerns about possible housing contamination at Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe.