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Judge Lamarre Belizaire with 5 Orders on Jean Bertrand Aristide not Executed

Can someone talk to Judge Lamarre Belizaire for me please? He needs to know that nobody is paying attention to his orders on Jean Bertrand Aristide. Not the Haiti Police Chief, not the Police, not the demonstrators in front of Aristide's home in Tabarre, not members of Lavalas Political Party who come and go in his home, not Jean Bertrand Aristide himself.

Let's make some senses out of this. Our beloved Judge Lamarre Belizaire issued so far a total of 5 Court Orders on the Former Haitian President and the all went straight to the garbage.

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Extraction Order issued to escort Jean-Bertrand Aristide to Court Tomorrow

When you think things are settled in the case of Jean Bertrand Aristide, something unexpected arises. Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide is expected o be in court tomorrow, Friday October 10, 2014, whether he wants it or not. According to HCNN, Judge Lamarre Belizaire just issued an extraction order to the Police Chief Godson Orelus to make certain that the Haitian Police bring Mr. Aristide on that date.

The Order of extraction has for objective to ensure that the police brings the former Haitian President in front of him on Friday, at 10:00 am.

Will this really happen?

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Will Jean Claude Duvalier's Coffin be covered with a Black and Red or Blue and Red Flag?

There's been a lot of debate and disagreements since the death of former Haitian Dictator Jean-Claude on what type of funeral to give him. Why many Haitians think we should receive a State Funeral, many more disagreed. Finally the government of Michele Martelly has decided on State funeral for the former dictator. The crisis is not over. Now, what color of flag should we use for his flag-draped casket?

To go back into history, when Francois Duvalier was elected president in 1957, he adopted a new constitution which restored the black and red flag. From 1964 to 1986 the Black and Red flag was the official flag of Haiti. It would not go back to its current Blue and red until Jean Claude Duvalier went into exile in France.

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Is Jean Claude Duvalier a victim of the Duvalierist movement?

Born in Port-au-Prince, the capital, Jean Claude Duvalier was raised in an isolated environment. He was a student of Nouveau College Bird and Saint-Louis de Gonzague. Later, it was reported that he studied law at Université d'Etat d'Haïti (University of Haiti) in Port-a-Prince. It was reported that his teachers usually gave him passing grades to avoid any problem with his father.

People close to the family reported that Jean Claude Duvalier was treated like a young prince. He was described as an introvert who liked fast cars and jazz and was a martial arts enthusiast. Following a failed attempt of kidnapping people would see him less for a period of time.

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Should there be a State National Funeral for Jean Claude Duvalier?

One of the attorney for the former Haitian Dictator, Me Reynold Georges, stated that the National funeral for Jean Claude Duvalier are in the planning stage at this time. However, the government of Martelly-Lamothe has not made public their decision at this time.

National funeral, just like it was done recently for former President Leslie Manigat, is natural. However, Former President Jean Claude Duvalier is in a case by itself. He has many enemies who would tell you he should have have a National funeral.

What do yo think?

Kreyol Pale, Kreyol Kompran

Eske nou panse ke dwe jin yon Funeray National pou Jean Claude Duvalier?

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Jean Claude Duvalier and Michele Bennett's wedding, a mulatto Noirisme alliance

The state-sponsored wedding between Former Haitian Dictator Jean Claude Duvalier and a member of the Mulato elite in Haiti,Michèle Bennett, was reported to be one of the most expensive weddings of the time.

This wedding also comes to signal a new alliance in the Haitian society, The union represents a new aliance between Noirisme that has been promoted by the Duvalierists and the mulatto elite class.

Michèle Bennett was the daughter of a wealthy coffee merchant. Her father, Ernest Bennett, took advantage of his presidential connection to increase his wealth.

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Jean Claude Duvalier died as he was visiting retired Col. Joseph Baguidy

We have some more information on the death of Haiti former Dictator Jean Claude Duvalier. We learned that he was paying a visit to a close friend, retired Col. Joseph Baguidy at his home when he collapsed and hit his head.

A History of Jean Claude Duvalier reign in picture:http://www.haitianphotos.com/photos/tag/jean-claude-duvalier-2

According to HCNN, an insider news agency. On Saturday, October, Jean Claude Duvalier was at the home of retired Col. Joseph Baguidy, when he died.

HCNN reported that some very close to the family stated that Jean Claude Duvalier suddenly stood up, complaining that he was dizzy. He then collapsed and hit his head

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Victims of the Regime learned with shock the death of Jean Claude Duvalier

Members of the group who have been pursuing Jean Claude Duvalier to court for abuse of their human rights learned with shock the death of the former Dictator. This is a terrible news, said Mr. Daniele Magloire, "Another Dictator is dead without being judged in Court.

The Death of Jean Claude Duvalier does not put an end to the ongoing fight of the victims to find justice. The militants as well as some international advocates for Human rights swear to contimue with their fight for justice.

Payam Akhavan, a Former UN prosecutor, did not show any sympathy for the former Haitian dictator. Payan who tried to put Duvalier on trial for crimes against humanity said that
"Those who were the victims of his reign are still living in Haiti"

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Jean Claude Duvalier is dead, caused by a Heart attack

Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier, who led his country with a strong hand, died on Saturday, October 3, 2014. He was 63 years old. According to source from the Martelly government the family of the former President contacted the government following a massive heart attach by Jean Claude to provide them with a helicopter ambulance to transport him to the nearest hospital. The Ambulance helicopter did not have the time to transport him.

Some emergency care was provided on site at his residence before Former Haitian President Jean Claude was pronounced dead

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Breaking News, Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier is dead

It has just been reported that former Haitian President jean Claude Duvalier is dead. Known as "Baby Doc" or "Baby Doc", Jean claude Duvalier was born on July 3, 1951 in Port-au-Prince. He was a politician and President from 1971 to 1986 after the death of his father, François Duvalier.

According to sources close to the family, Jean Claude Duvalier died as a result of a heart attack.

Mezanmi gro nouvel. Yo jis reporte ke Jean Claude Duvalier mouri jodia, 3 Octob, 2014. Ke- li rete. Mwin ape cheche plis informasyon pou mwen pote ba nou.

Rete konekte ak HaitiObserver tande

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