UPDATE (3:45 p.m.) – Those who chained themselves to the cattle guard, under an apparent agreement with law enforcement, were released in the early afternoon and were not arrested. We will have the video update shortly.
(BIVN) – Jason Redulla, the Chief of the Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement Unit (DOCARE), gives news media an update during a teleconference call on Monday at 11 a.m.
Redulla answered questions about law enforcement operations on Mauna Kea on the first day of the scheduled start of construction for the Thirty Meter Telescope project.
As of this recording, there have been no arrests, Redulla said.
by Big Island Video News
MAUNA KEA, Hawaiʻi - Audio from a 11 a.m. news teleconference paired with video taken at the Mauna Kea Access Road on Monday morning.