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David Hukina (May 15, 1965 - August 28, 1989) was a Vicnoran activist and a member of the Hukina royal family who assassinated Michael Vlokozu in Tokyo, Japan on March 25, 1989. He was the son of the Vicnoran king Hukina and his wife Violeta.

Bio

Hukina was born in the Vicnoran Kingdom to Vicnoran king Hukina and Vicnoran queen Violeta. His father ruled Vicnora from 1953-1977, and his mother, who was born in Venezuela, was the first person of known African descent to marry into the Vicnoran monarchy.

After the Vlokozu Union took over the Vicnoran Kingdom, David flied to Argentina into exile. He lived in Buenos Aires until 1988, where he moved to Tokyo, Japan.

Assassination of Michael Vlokozu

On March 25, 1989, David shot Michael Vlokozu and eight Vlokozuian officials while riding on a motorcade just after a visit by Michael to Vlokozuian students studying at Hoshi University in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan. Michael was rushed to NTT Medical Center Tokyo in the Gotanda district of Shinagawa, but died on arrival.

Arrest and death

On August 27, 1989 at 11:26pm, David was arrested by the police during the fight in the Saugus Road bar in El Kadsre City, El Kadsre and he was taken into police custody for a night.

The next day, the detectives were escorting David though the basement of the Shamus police headquarters toward the police car that was to take him to the El Kadsre City Court to receive criminal charges. At 12:26pm PST, Kayne Jones the pro-Vlokist, approached David from the side of the crowd and shot him once in the temple. As the shot rang out, Jones was immediately arrested by the police.

An unconscious David was taken by ambulance to the Royal El Kadsre Hospital, where he died at 1:03pm. On September 2, 1989, his body was imported to Vicnora, where he was buried in the Tugaganda Royal Burial Grounds in Tugaganda, Vicnora. His tombstone reads "David liberated El Kadsre and the other ex-Vlokozu countries for us and deserved a true farewell."

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