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Strandpark accused of Kona man in two knifings
The 58-year-old Emmanuel "Bob" Niihau is facing first and second grade attacks and terrorist threats. Officials say Niihau had a fight with a 41-year-old girl in the garden on Saturday evening and then pricked her in the back. As a 51-year-old man came to her defence, Niihau is said to have stung him in the side.
They were both taken to Kona Community Hospitals. She' s kept under guard in the infirmary. According to policemen, Niihau escaped from the crime site, but was later detained that evening in an empty chapel near the camp. He' going to stay in the Kona cell block in policing detention until he comes to trial.
A new film from the Second World War proves that Hollywood has NOTHING learnt about white washing.
The article has been revised to illustrate the historic precision. The actor Zach McGowan was starring as Ben Kanahele from Hawaii in the historic play "Ni'ihau". Shooting will start later this months at Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, and McGowan will also be producing together with Ileen Maisel from Amber Entertainment and Peter Morris from Affirmative Entertainment, according to the deadline.
Under the direction of Gabriel Robertson, "Ni'ihau" is built on a real World War II tale, when Shigenori Nishikaichi, the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service driver, crashes his Zero combat plane on Ni'ihau, Hawaii's "Forbidden Island", after taking part in the Pearl Harbor War. McGowan plays and rescues Nishikaichi, the captain of the canal, before he finds out that he took part in the assault.
But although Nishikaichi was shown hospitableness, he abducted and terrorised the natives of the islands with the help of natives of Japonese ancestry. In the end, Nishikaichi was arrested and murdered by Canahele, who was awarded for his part in the prevention of a bid. It is about the Ni'ihau incident that Robertson mistakenly reduced to the incident that led President Franklin D. Roosevelt's government to make a decree two month later that sent 119,803 Japanese-American men, women surrendered to Nazi occupation in February 1942.
There is still no direct link between the incident in Ni'ihau and the adoption of Regulation 9066. Niihau is also /new/ story with a physical place and a physical being. Behehakaka Canahele.