Justice in Hawaii?

Sometimes we like to see the bad guys win for a while who wasn't rooting in a way for Tony Soprano? But we always feel better when the good guys emerge victorious in the end. That's essentially the plot of every action blockbuster. Unfortunately, life isn't a James Bond movie. Broken Trust the true story of a multi-billion dollar charitable trust established by a Hawaiian princess and looted by its

Sometimes we like to see the bad guys win for a while — who wasn't rooting in a way for Tony Soprano? But we always feel better when the good guys emerge victorious in the end. That's essentially the plot of every action blockbuster. Unfortunately, life isn't a James Bond movie.

Broken Trust — the true story of a multi-billion dollar charitable trust established by a Hawaiian princess and looted by its trustees — seemed to have all the ingredients of a promising morality tale.

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