Daily Archives: May 12, 2017

Hawaiian attorney censured for war crime allegation

You might be interested in my Civil Beat column for the week–“Ian Lind: Here’s Why Hawaii Judges Are Not ‘War Criminals.’”

It examines the Hawaii Supreme Court’s recent public censure of Honolulu attorney Dexter Kaiama for accusing a judge of committing war crimes, which follows from the argument that the Hawaiian Kingdom still exists as an independent island nation.

The court affirmed the recommendation of the Office of the Disciplinary Counsel for public censure, and also ordered Kaiama to pay the expenses incurred in the ODC proceedings.

I won’t say more here right now, so hop on over to Civil Beat to read the column.

Welcome to Feline Friday

Somehow the calendar keeps delivering up Fridays. So once again, here’s your weekly “fix” of the cats that share our home. Should I say the cats that rule our home?

I’m not sure whether you’re going to see Romeo or Toby in the photo below, but you’ll also be able to click through the album of all of this week’s cats.

It’s been a quiet week for the cats. No vet visits. A few hairballs. No visitors or loud noises.

So start your day right by checking in with our cats. Enjoy.

Feline Friday: May 12, 2017