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Records show Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha has only contributed to a campaign once in the past decade.
But the commission’s newest member questions whether it would use the additional authority.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell won’t talk about why he’s not either replaced or reappointed the carpenters union leader.
Former prosecutor Loretta Sheehan says public debate about police misconduct is necessary and healthy.
The public defender who instigated a federal probe says he doesn’t trust the Honolulu Police Commission to investigate the matter on its own.
Targets of a federal corruption probe, the Honolulu police chief and his prosecutor wife struggle to win the battle of public perception.
Charles Djou and Peter Carlisle say the mayor should ask the police chief to step aside during a federal corruption investigation.
Records in a lawsuit by Chief Louis Kealoha and his wife against the city ethics commission shed light on alleged abuses of power by the couple.
The city watchdog agency’s executive director has been under fire ever since he investigated the mayor’s inaugural luau in 2013.
Loretta Sheehan says she wants to boost transparency and increase accountability to rebuild public trust.