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The Honolulu Ethics Commission hired two outside attorneys to investigate the Kealohas as well as the people who had previously scrutinized their wrongdoing.
The Hawaii congressman, who sits on the House Appropriations Committee, is up for re-election in 2022 but has yet to draw a challenger.
Documents suggest a contract for federal lobbying services was already a done deal before it was put out to bid.
The Ring video obtained in a wrongful death lawsuit shows Myeni repeatedly apologizing to the occupants of a house he walked into.
Newly released documents confirm what many suspected: that the contract and its restrictive qualifications were written with the former congresswoman in mind.
Donors to the former elected Honolulu prosecutor have come under increased scrutiny as the U.S. Justice Department tries to build its case.
The decision will be up to Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm, but his office has yet to review the case even though it happened in 2019.
The bank promised to lend $150 million to Native Hawaiians to help them buy homes on lands that had been set aside for them after the overthrow.
Steven Merrill was working at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., before being tapped to lead the agency’s operations in the Aloha State.