Haitian Current (or not so in the past) Events

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    Police forces start shooting at the church funeral in PAP for victims of police killings on the OCT. 17 uprising

    Next day Police forces massacre people at the Hospital in PAP

    Day after that the police force start shooting at University in PAP

    About two days ago they arrest 80 residents including children, women, and old people at the Village of God.

    Last night they committed another massacre by shooting and killing people with machetes in La Saline


    All this while the U.N and US on the grounds in Haiti. Last year the U.N mission (occupation )said they switch they role in haiti to security in every department in Haiti .... seem like the UN and the International Community try to restore Haiti to early 90s with Haitian military and officer carrying out board repression


    No peep or mainstream media coverage from UN or International community for human rights

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    Haiti: Nearly a Million People Took to the Streets.They Want the Western-imposed government out of
     
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    Thanks Breh. I'll follow that twitter handle
     
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    Haiti Can’t Seem to Disengage from “Henchman” Merten
    03/16/2017 10:00 am ET





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    GEORGIANNE NIENABER
    Haiti’s Presidential Palace weeks after the January 2010 earthquake that killed up to 350,000. The resulting cholera epidemic continues to kill over 10,000 at last reports. To me this is symbolic of 200 years of foreign occupation of Haiti and what it wrought. This building is gone now, and and an opaque green fence surrounds the Presidential grounds.The people cannot see what does not remain.


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    Trump Goes on Trial for Racism Against Haitians Jan. 7 in Brooklyn!
    Come Show Your Support!


    December 28, 2018

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    Haitians in Miami demonstrating for TPS. The Jan. 7, 2019 trial in Brooklyn will be the first of four to challenge the grounds on which Trump ended TPS for Haitians in November 2017.
     
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    For the Haitian american diaspora on the class action lawsuit


    Members of the diaspora file a complaint against the Government of Haiti

    03/01/2019




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    On December 24, 2018, a class action was filed and registered at the Eastern District District Court in Manhattan, NY, by Marcel Denis, a lawyer of Haitian origin, of the Denis Law Group, PLLC. Representing Haitian plaintiffs Odilon S. Celestin, Widmir Romelien, Alexander Goldie Lamothe, Vincent Marazita, against the accused Michel Joseph Martelly, Jocelerme Privert, Jovenel Moïse, Western Union, Caribbean Air Mail inc., Unitransfert USA inc., Digicel-Haiti, Natcom SA and the Government of Haiti, for violation of US federal laws as well as those of the States of New York, Florida and California. The plaintiffs dispute the levies on phone minutes and money transfers, to finance in Haiti the National Fund for Education (FNE).


     

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