He told her to bend over a chair with her buttocks raised. The petite, attractive eighteen-year-old woman refused.
The unusually large, strong young man then physically forced her to assume the position and summoned two assistants to hold her down as she struggled to resist. He swung Ole Thunder mightily, striking her buttocks, leg, and hip with the four-foot-long piece of wood. She momentarily broke a hand free and raised it to shield her body from the blows and he struck her hand with Ole Thunder, causing her to cry out that he had broken her hand. His helpers then pulled her feet up, raising her buttocks off the floor, and he...
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19-day Waikiki, downtown Honolulu Campaign Calendar highlights and access delivered on today's show. Learn also tonight, why Hawaii school corporal punishment came to an end under, then, Governor John A. Burns, in 1972.