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Access sought to old trail that crosses mogul’s land

  • RON KOSEN / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    A security camera is mounted on a tree.

  • RON KOSEN / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Larsen’s Beach trail near the Mark Zuckerberg property on Kauai. The no-trespassing signs are on Zuckerberg’s land, with the sign in the background next to where the trail has been turned into a maintenance road.

  • RON KOSEN / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Kauai activist Richard Spacer looks down Larsen’s Beach trail near the Mark Zuckerberg property on Kauai. Spacer for years has been gathering documents, filing complaints and creating petitions to prove that the traditional Ala Loa trail crosses close to the shore in the region and should be opened for all to use. “These rich people can’t get away with this. They morally cannot,” he said last week.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg says he wants to be a good neighbor, but Naoshi Grady didn’t feel any aloha when he says he was harassed and intimidated while using a coastal trail that passes through the billionaire’s 700-acre property on Kauai. Read more

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