Democrat and US Senator from Hawaii from 1963 to 2012 who was simply the first Japan American to serve in the U.S. Home of Representatives as well as the U.S. Senate. He was referred to as the tone of voice of conscience through the Congressional Iran Contra investigations. He was a hero of WW II, dropping his correct arm in fight in European countries. He took component in the Congressional analysis from the Watergate affair, posing difficult questions towards the central numbers in the event. He was raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, to parents who emigrated from Japan. He chastised Col. Oliver North for his part in the Iran Contra affair, disregarding North’s protection that he was just following orders.