Hawaii men sentenced for racially motivated attack against White man

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Two Hawaiian men were sentenced for a 2014 racially-motivated attack on a White man trying to move into their neighborhood, federal prosecutors said Friday.

Kaulana Alo-Kaonohi, 33, was sentenced to 6.5 years in prison, the Justice Department said. Levi Aki Jr., 33, was sentenced to more than four years in prison.

"The defendants in this case nearly killed a man because they believed he did not belong in their neighborhood because of the color of his skin," said Assistant U.S. Attorney General Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.

The victim, identified as "C.K.," was unpacking his things with an elderly uncle on Feb. 13, 2014 on the island of Maui when Alo-Kaonohi and Aki stormed the property and demanded he pack up and leave. At one point, they threatened to tie him up and drag him, prosecutors said.

When the victim said he owned the home on the property, Alo-Kaonohi dragged his index finger along C.K.’s jaw and said: "Your skin is the wrong f--king color."

He then struck him with a shovel on the head. After C.K. began packing up his belongings, he was attacked a second time, authorities said. AKi head-butted him and hit him in the face with a shovel. The victim suffered a concussion and lost consciousness.

When he awoke, he was being kicked and had two broken ribs.

I know white folks were shocked to see this.
 
Two Hawaiian men were sentenced for a 2014 racially-motivated attack on a White man trying to move into their neighborhood, federal prosecutors said Friday.

Kaulana Alo-Kaonohi, 33, was sentenced to 6.5 years in prison, the Justice Department said. Levi Aki Jr., 33, was sentenced to more than four years in prison.

"The defendants in this case nearly killed a man because they believed he did not belong in their neighborhood because of the color of his skin," said Assistant U.S. Attorney General Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.

The victim, identified as "C.K.," was unpacking his things with an elderly uncle on Feb. 13, 2014 on the island of Maui when Alo-Kaonohi and Aki stormed the property and demanded he pack up and leave. At one point, they threatened to tie him up and drag him, prosecutors said.

When the victim said he owned the home on the property, Alo-Kaonohi dragged his index finger along C.K.’s jaw and said: "Your skin is the wrong f--king color."

He then struck him with a shovel on the head. After C.K. began packing up his belongings, he was attacked a second time, authorities said. AKi head-butted him and hit him in the face with a shovel. The victim suffered a concussion and lost consciousness.

When he awoke, he was being kicked and had two broken ribs.

I know white folks were shocked to see this.
Why did this story draw your interest? There are violent people of every color who do senseless things.
 
There has always been resentment from some Hawaiians about "haole's", or white people, it was like that when I was living on Oahu for three years in the 80's, there was not a lot of co-mingling with the locals going on, almost none. But there was rarely anything like this happening.
 
Wtf are you even saying? You made no sense. What’s funny is you say things about me that are in no way true, and when I ask you to show proof, you make up more lies, again no proof.
Ok pull up a post where you have criticized Horseshitting for all the negative anti-black threads she creates, hell it is only about 3 or 4 of them a day.
 
Two Hawaiian men were sentenced for a 2014 racially-motivated attack on a White man trying to move into their neighborhood, federal prosecutors said Friday.

Kaulana Alo-Kaonohi, 33, was sentenced to 6.5 years in prison, the Justice Department said. Levi Aki Jr., 33, was sentenced to more than four years in prison.

"The defendants in this case nearly killed a man because they believed he did not belong in their neighborhood because of the color of his skin," said Assistant U.S. Attorney General Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.

The victim, identified as "C.K.," was unpacking his things with an elderly uncle on Feb. 13, 2014 on the island of Maui when Alo-Kaonohi and Aki stormed the property and demanded he pack up and leave. At one point, they threatened to tie him up and drag him, prosecutors said.

When the victim said he owned the home on the property, Alo-Kaonohi dragged his index finger along C.K.’s jaw and said: "Your skin is the wrong f--king color."

He then struck him with a shovel on the head. After C.K. began packing up his belongings, he was attacked a second time, authorities said. AKi head-butted him and hit him in the face with a shovel. The victim suffered a concussion and lost consciousness.

When he awoke, he was being kicked and had two broken ribs.

I know white folks were shocked to see this.
Why shocked? Hawaii has been like that for a long time.
 
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