16 December 2011 7:11 PM, PST | National Ledger | See recent National Ledger news »

TV bosses behind hit show Hawaii Five-0 have apologized to America's World War II veterans for filming an upcoming episode during their Pearl Harbor anniversary tribute last week (begs 05 Dec 2011). Dozens of Pearl Harbor survivors and military officials congregated at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu last week to remember the lives lost during the Japanese attack on the Hawaiian naval base in 1941. However, the group became enraged when a Hawaii Five-0 film crew neglected to alter its shooting schedule out of respect for the deceased and instead forged ahead with filming a scene in which series star Alex O'Loughlin visited his fictional father's grave. And now Hawaii Five-0's executive producer, Peter Lenkov, has offered up an apology to the veterans and visiting service members, who were "unintentionally offended when our events coincided". Lenkov has released a statement which reads: "Any rudeness by our staff can »

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