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Court orders banning firearms possession are hard to enforce

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                                Honolulu police respond to Hibiscus Drive after two officers were fatally shot, Jan. 19.

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    Honolulu police respond to Hibiscus Drive after two officers were fatally shot, Jan. 19.

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                                Jerry Hanel was the tenant who allegedly shot two Honolulu police officers and killed his landlord during a Jan. 19 dispute on Hibiscus Drive. He was under a court order banning him from having a firearm or ammunition.

    COURTESY PHOTO

    Jerry Hanel was the tenant who allegedly shot two Honolulu police officers and killed his landlord during a Jan. 19 dispute on Hibiscus Drive. He was under a court order banning him from having a firearm or ammunition.

The deadly events last month at a Diamond Head neighborhood have raised questions about how to keep weapons out of the hands of mentally unstable people. Read more

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