Police not investigating “war crimes” 05-09-13

Hawaiʻi Police Department
Office of the Chief
Chief Harry S. Kubojiri


Media Release

A May 7, 2013, “press release” sent by attorney Dexter Kaiama to local media sources claims that certain state judges, attorneys and others are under investigation by the Hawaiʻi Police Department for alleged war crimes based on their role in foreclosure proceedings.

The Hawaiʻi Police Department recognizes Mr. Kaiama’s First Amendment right to express his beliefs regarding Hawaiian sovereignty; however, the representations as to the Hawaiʻi Police Department’s involvement in the investigation of alleged war crimes are inaccurate. The Police Department is conducting no such investigation.

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