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Live stream of today's state Senate hearing at staradvertiser.com

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:10 p.m. HST, Oct 02, 2012

Watch live streaming video from staradvertiser at livestream.com

The live stream of the second state Senate panel second hearing into the Stevie Wonder concert fiasco started at 1 p.m. today.

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topgun wrote:
streaming suck arss
on September 24,2012 | 01:24PM
sloturle wrote:
why is it livestream? youtube uses live programing too
on September 24,2012 | 01:47PM
droid wrote:
I love how Jim’s phone is ringing off the hook during his testimony. Friends are probably watching this live stream and calling him to “get the h—l out of there!”
on September 24,2012 | 05:49PM
tiki886 wrote:
Eric Martinson, Chairman of the BOR appears to be the main culprit. I have new found respect for Sen Mercado Kim. She asks all the right questions for SIX hours without antagonizing the witnesses. She did her homework and came loaded for bear!

My o'kole would be sore if she was interrogating me. She was tearing everyone a new one.

on September 24,2012 | 07:18PM
Kapakahi wrote:
Donna Kim has been unfairly accused of being vile and vindictive. I have attended hearings where she has grilled government officials trying to pin them down and left very impressed with the methodical approach she takes, not accepting the evasions we "polite" people would fall for, in her pursuit of answers.

I have talked with witnesses afterwards who thought she had been rough with them and had to tell them they actually got off easy, as I have seen what she is capable of. I would not like to be grilled by her. But when hundreds of thousands of state dollars are at stake, I prefer Kim handle the investigation than a less formidable senator. I also think she benefits from having Les Ihara working with her, another methodical senator. And Sam Slom, while less focused, can sometimes demonstrate the committee's concerns have bi-partisan support.

on October 2,2012 | 02:08PM
itsok wrote:
The hiring of ex-Chancellor Hinshaw (>250K/year tenure forever job) into the medical school (w/ Dean Hedges) and the possible association with Hedges (500K/year) 5 year extension should also be investigated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
on October 1,2012 | 04:01PM
Shh wrote:
What happened? No sound! UGH
on October 2,2012 | 01:04PM
Shh wrote:
Okay I got sound now.
on October 2,2012 | 01:05PM
Bean808 wrote:
I say again Tokuda needs a lesson on how to ask a direct question. She rambles on and on.
on October 2,2012 | 02:20PM
Shh wrote:
OMG Kim, Apple said, he only knew of UH getting in contact with FBI. He is not Greenwood who you asked that question to about HPD so why ask Mr. Apple that? Move on!
on October 2,2012 | 03:06PM
sidneyho wrote:
OMG Shh, don't you think Apple and Greenwood spoke about this? Don't be so naive Keep listening to Apple, he continues to lose credibility.
on October 2,2012 | 03:26PM
Shh wrote:
I don't think so...maybe in your opinion.
on October 2,2012 | 03:33PM
Shh wrote:
Wow I am impressed with Mr. Apple! He answered very well.
on October 2,2012 | 03:31PM
kmksmith wrote:
What channel is this on digital cable?
on October 2,2012 | 06:19PM
jkshimabuku wrote:
Senator Tokuda should be asking questions more than lecturing! This is an inquiry not a teaching session.
on October 2,2012 | 07:28PM
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