Ex-Hawaii prosecutor, police chief get prison for corruption
HONOLULU — A U.S. judge sentenced a former high-ranking Honolulu prosecutor to 13 years in prison Monday and her retired police chief husband to seven years, saying she stole money from her own grandmother and then used his law enforcement power to frame her uncle for a crime he didn’t commit — all to maintain the couple’s lavish lifestyle.
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Tip of the Iceberg lettuce and via the coconut wireless! Next is FBI “Kenji” and all of those that have “logged in” to the continuing “Is what it is” facts, including huge, daily levels of corruption, collusion, and criminality complete with daily military, judiciary, political “Americanization” assault, pizza partays’ The entire kitncabaltle is going down with those remaining and currently hiding behind their mommies!