Special Counsel Charles Koala felt that the Prime Minister needed to be briefed of the case because it had implications for Hawaii's National Security. The Prime Minister called for the National Security team to be briefed. This was the Secretaries of Defense, State, Treasury, Director of the Royal Hawaiian Intelligence Agency, Office of the Commissioner of the Royal Hawaiian Constabulary, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Chief of Staff of the Army, Chief of Naval Operations, Attorney General, National Security Advisor and The Director of the Royal Hawaiian Secret Service. The Special Counsel briefed everyone and then answered questions. He thanked him for his alerting him to a possible problem. Then he asked everyone to prepare for enhanced security. The Prime Minister then briefed the King and had a meeting with the leader of the Loyal Opposition. The Prime Minister then requested some 2 million dollars in additional spending for the Royal Hawaiian Constabulary and proposed that the Police force be given additional funding and personnel to meet the threat.