Judge and Charity Critic Dies

December 11, 2010 at 6:22 PM

From the New York Times, an obituary for Samuel P. King, “a federal judge who mobilized the power of the pen to topple overseers of one of the nation’s wealthiest charities, a 19th-century trust set up by Hawaiian royalty to educate the kingdom’s natives.”

The story of the article and subsequent investigations, charges, and changes can also be read at Wikipedia.

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