Special Report

On November 2nd, 1999, a man walked into work at a Xerox building in Honolulu, took out a semi-automatic pistol, and opened fire. By the time he was in police custody, seven of his coworkers were dead.

The Xerox murders stand as the worst mass shooting Hawaii has ever seen — in a state with the least amount of gun violence in the country — and remains a shocking reminder of how guns and mental health issues are not just mainland problems.

​On the 20th anniversary of that fateful day, I took viewers on a deep dive of the Xerox murders in a five-part series: the murders, the surrender, the trial, the victims, and the lasting effects of the shooting.

The Xerox Murders

The Xerox Murders

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