1995 St. Thomas Law Review
"Whereas, the long-range economic and social changes in Hawaii over the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries have been devastating to the population and to the health and well-being of the Hawaiian people. "Well that is an understatement. The Hawaiian people have been Subjected to the International Crime of Genocide, as determined and defined by the 1948 Genocide Convention, and the 1987 Genocide Convention Implementation Act, the Proxmire Resolution. That is Clear…
“Having argued Genocide myself to the International Court of Justice and having to convince them that Genocide is going on in Bosnia-Herzegovina, I submit that there would be no difficulty in convincing the World Court that Genocide has been practiced by the United States government against Native Hawaiians”.
Francis A. Boyle, Professor of International Law