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Prominent Hawaii businessman accused of running drug ring and ordering murders

via Honolulu Police Department
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A prominent Honolulu businessman, Michael Miske Jr., is accused of orchestrating a criminal enterprise, the “Miske Enterprise,” involving drug money, murder, kidnapping, assault, racketeering, and more.

The case involves the disappearance and alleged murder of his late son’s best friend, Jonathan Fraser.

Miske’s criminal activities spanned decades, including drug distribution, fraudulent practices, and violence against competing drug operations. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Kama’aina Termite & Pest Control was used as a “headquarters for criminal activity, the laundering of illicit proceeds and the fraudulent ‘employment’ of individuals whose ‘work’ consisted of engaging in acts of violence of fraud on behalf of the Miske Enterprise,” according to the indictment.

Witnesses, including former associates, are expected to testify against Miske, shedding light on the alleged crimes.

Despite facing murder charges, Fraser’s body has never been found.

Witnesses have provided disturbing details of Fraser’s alleged torture and killing, implicating Miske and his associates.

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