National Affairs: Sex in Hawaii

Last week in Washington Assistant Attorney General Seth Richardson's report on Hawaii was published. Early this year the Senate, stirred by the Massie rape, the Kahahawai killing (see above) and the Navy's charge that its women were not safe in Hawaii, caused Attorney General Mitchell to send Mr. Richardson for a personal investigation. His report flayed Honolulu's law enforcement, blamed politics for the current mess and deflated much of the race sensationalism attaching to the Massie and Fortescue cases. Excerpts :

"We found in Hawaii no organized crime, no important criminal class and...

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