The Washington Times - July 2, 2009, 05:52AM

Four U.S. government officials say there is no indication that North Korea is planning to test-launch a long-range ballistic missile capable of hitting near Hawaii, Bloomberg is reporting.

Nonetheless, Defense Secretary Robert Gates has deployed missile interceptors and radar systems to enhance the islands’ defenses.

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Guess somebody showed North Korean leader Kim Jong-il what happened the last time somebody attacked Hawaii.

North Korea probably is developing its missile technology to sell abroad, but its idea of market research is a little sketchy.