Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-01-16 18:15:00 –
On February 13, 2014, two men were indicted by a federal grand juries this week on suspicion of a racially motivated attack on a white man attempting to move to a Native Hawaiian neighborhood in Kahakuloa, Maui.
The indictment puts Kaulana Alo Kaonohi and Levi Aki Jr. on his actual and perceived race and color, the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Hawaii, the FBI, and the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department on Friday News. Said in the release.
“Racially violence against others is an intolerable form of action that must be fought as a law enforcement agency and state,” said Kenji Price, federal prosecutor for the Hawaii district. “My office serves to protect the public by holding the people who commit hate crimes accountable for their actions.”
If convicted, Kaonohi and Aki can be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.
The FBI conducted the survey.
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