13 Mar '18, 8am

Hawaii Declines Requests for Records on False Missile Alert

Hawaii Declines Requests for Records on False Missile Alert

If North Korea launched a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile, officials say it would take as little as 12 minutes to reach Hawaii after an alert goes out. The first word of the Jan. 13 mistake — a social media post from Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency — came about the same time as a real missile would have hit the islands. The governor did not address the public until his communications team retweeted the emergency agency's social media cancellation several minutes later. Ige said he did not have the passwords to his social media accounts and has chosen not to use the platforms to communicate directly with the public. State lawmakers' first opportunity to ask Ige about his role in the mistake was Jan. 19, when he appeared at a hearing . The governor answered some questions then left early. At the time, Ige spokeswoman Cindy McMillian said only that the governor had othe...

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