David C. Farmer, Successor-Trustee vs. Harmon
(Formerly Woo vs. Harmon & Nicholson vs. Harmon)
CV05-00030 DAE KSC
U.S. District Court For the District of Hawaii
Judges: David A. Ezra; Kevin S. Chang
c/o PBS Hawaii
2350 Dole Street
Honolulu, HI 96822
FAX LINE: (808) 973-1090
Neil J.K. Hannahs is the Director of the Land Assets Division for Kamehameha Schools. He is responsible for the team that manages Kamehameha’s 347,000 acres of agriculture and conservation lands in Hawai'i. Born in Honolulu, Mr. Hannahs is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools. He earned his bachelor of arts degree in political science, as well as a master of arts in education from Stanford University. Mr. Hannahs joined the Kamehameha Schools staff in 1974.
Prior to assuming his current position, he served Kamehameha Schools in a variety of roles. He coordinated development of Kamehameha Schools’ Strategic Plan for 2000-2015. As manager of Kaka'ako Improvement, he was responsible for creating a master plan for the redevelopment of fifty-four acres of land owned by the Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu’s Kaka'ako Community Development District.
Mr. Hannahs currently serves as chairman of the Hawai'i Public Television Foundation Board of Directors and President of the Land Use Research Foundation. He is also a trustee of Queen’s Medical Center, sits on the Board of Directors for Bishop Museum, and serves as a State Committee Member of the Hawaii Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR). He has served as president of the Kaka'ako Improvement Association, Chair of Queen Lili'uokalani Children's Center Advisory Council, Executive Producer of "Schifrin Symphony No. 1: Lili'uokalani," Vice-Chair of the Historic Hawai'i Foundation Board of Trustees and as Treasurer of Pacific Islanders in Communications.
As related directly to this lawsuit, at the time of Defendant’s employment by Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate, Neil Hannahs was co-investor in McKenzie Methane. For more details, see: http://www.kycbs.net/RICO-BH.htm
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Neai Hannahs is expected to testify with regard to the land swap with the State of Hawaii involving KSBE non-revenue producing marsh lands for prime commercial real estate property in the Kaka`ako area, and regarding the John Burns Medical Center project. He is also expected to testify regarding KSBE’s alleged violations of EPA regulations, especially in the Kaka`ako area, including Waterpark Towers, Restaurant Row, and the site of the John Burns Medical Center. Mr. Hannahs is also expected to testify with regard to the land swap with the State of Hawaii, whereby KSBE obtained prime commercial real estate property in Kaka`ako in exchange for commercially valueless marsh lands in the North Shore area. He is also expected to testify regarding Kamehameha’s purchase of Hamakua Sugar Company, and the relationship between Bishop Estate and James H. Case, Carlsmith Ball LLP, in this purchase.
Neil Hannahs also expected to testify regarding his relationships with Nathan Aipa; Colleen Wong; Lyn Anzai; Earl Anzai; Louanne Kam; Ed Tabangay; Stay & Sons; Allen Young; Rocco Sansone, Marsh & McLennan; Paul Cathcart; Elaine Brown; Rodney Park; P&C Insurance Co.; Henry Peters; Richard Wong; Jeff Stone; Kevin Showe; National Housing Corporation; Matsuo Takabuki; McKenzie Methane; Kukui Inc.; Milton Holt; Peter Savio; Guido Giacometti; Susan Tius; Sukamto Sia; Diane Plotts, Robert Kihune; Colbert Matsumoto; Hawaii Land Use Commission; Maui Planning Commission; The Land Use Research Foundation; The Nature Conservancy; Greg Dunn; The Hawaii Nature Center; The Peregrine Fund; Kenneth Kupchak; Mark Hastert; The Queen Emma Foundation; The University of Hawaii; Ronald D. Libkuman; Benjamin Matsubara; Milton Holt; Gil Tam; Bank of Hawaii; Yukio Takemoto; Hamilton McCubbin; Gensiro Kawamoto; Martin Luna, Carlsmith Ball LLP; Paul M. Ueoka, Carlsmith Ball LLP; Gerald A. Sumida, Carlsmith Ball LLP; Andrew Pepper, Carlsmith Ball LLP; Judith Neustadter Fuqua, Carol Asai-Sato, Paul Alston, Louise Ing, Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing, Aloha Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, CB Richard Ellis, Alexander & Baldwin, Matt Tsukazaki, Robert Katz, Brewer Environmental Industries, C. Brewer & Co., Wendell Brooks, PBS Hawaii, Mary Bitterman, George R. Ariyoshi, Ben Cayetano, David C. Farmer, Elizabeth Lindsey Buyers, Bill Mills, Robert Alm, Walter Dods, First Hawaiian Bank, Hawaiian Electric Company, The Robert & Patricia Switzer Foundation, Heather Cole, Peter Vitousek, Leighton Mau, and others yet to be named.
Documents, News Articles and Related Links
IRS - PricewaterhouseCoopers, Arm’s Length and Intermediate Sanctions
IRS - Closing Agreement for Kamehameha Schools
First Amendment Rights/Obstruction of Justice
Hawaii Dept. of Labor - CV 98-2394-05 - Unemployment Insurance Appeal
RICO Lawsuit - 99-CV-00304-DAE-BMK
Equity 2048 -The Richards Report
Pages 1-26; Pages 26-49; Pages 50-75; Exhibit 2; Exhibit 2b
XL Reinsurance Policy No. XLRKS-01796
Equity 2048 - Related Correspondence and Documents
The Na Kumu Book Advisory Group
Excerpts from “Broken Trust” by Samuel King and Randall Roth
Excerpts from “Lost Generations” by J. Arthur Rath
KITV Special Report