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Oriel Jean got his house worth of $400,000 back on government deal

As usual, things are never that simple. We just learned that there was a deal between Oriel Jean and the government where his house was returned to him after being possessed by the government. The house is evaluated at $400,000 US.

According to Valery Numa of Radio Vision 2000. Oriel Jean spent prison time in the US as he ahs been singled out by the US government during his jod as the security chief for Jean Bertrand Aristide. He spent time in US Prison and was released after cooperating with the US government.

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Breaking news - Oriel Jean, Jean Bertrand Aristide and Jean Dominique's Assassination

In an interview conducted by Guyler C. Delva with Oriol Jean on January 16, 2014 in Miami, the former security officer for former President Jean Bertrand Aristide, made some shocking revelations. He placed former President Jean Bertrand Aristide in the middle of the assassination.

Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide orchestrated the assassination of Jean Dominique. According to Oriel Jean, Jean Dominique is a cancer; his death is a deliverance for Haiti.

Reason for killing Jean Dominique based on the interview with Oriel Jean:
Jean Dominique was very critical of the Lavalas Government. If we do not make him close his mouth, he will make us close ours, according to Aristide.

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Religious houses robbed, nuns intimidated and insulted in Verrettes

The religious community in Haiti was not escaped with the increased level of insecurity that has been recorded in Haiti lately. The latest incident took place this week where several people armed with gun broke into a Sisters house in the city of Verrettes and stole money and equipment.

This is not an isolated case. The religious community has been the victims of several cases of crimes for the past few months. On the night of February 23, 2015, bandits broke into the residence of the Sisters of the Holy Union, in Saint-Michel de l'Attalaye and took money and equipment after physically abusing several nuns. This incident was also repeated in Petite-Rivière de l'Artibonite back in January, 2015.

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Student Chedler Guilloux Released from prison following pressure from Students

The Government managed to drop a hot potato from their hands. Student Chedler Guilloux was released from prison on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 following ongoing protests from students in the Haitian capital.

After a hearing at the Parquet de Port-au-Prince, judge Romancite Accime ordered his release and handed the student to his attorney, Me Aviol Fleurant.

Chedler Guilloux, although happy for his release, was unable to speak to the media. He stated that he was unable to speak and also was having some hearing problems

Chedler Guilloux was arrested on February 23, accused for being one of the people who set fire to bus belonging to the "Superior Coup des Comptes.

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Haiti Police Chief, Godson Orelus has declared war on bandits

Chief of Police, Godson Orelus said that the PNH has been mobilized to bring an answer to the new wave of insecurity in Haiti. All leave requests form Police officers have been cancelled and all officers will be use to bring reinforcement

Talking to journalists from the headquarter of the PNH, Godson Orelus has declared war on the bandits. According to him, when Police Officers become victims, we will put all our resources behind this fight.

It is estimated that over 80% of of the current crimes are made by former inmates. The Police Chief said that they are aware of the problem. Haiti prison system is not adequate, not enough prison or prison cells are available

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Chief of presidential security for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Oriel Jean, shot to death

Oriel Jean, former chief of presidential security for former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, was shot and killed in Port-au-Prince on Monday, March 2, 2015. While investigations are still in their nascency, speculation has already arisen that his murder may have had something to do with the help he gave to the U.S. in the drug trafficking case against certain members of the Aristide administration, which resulted in him getting a lighter sentence and some fourteen people being arrested.

His job as head of Aristide's security lasted from 2001 to 2003. Jean was apprehended in Canada where he faced extradition to the United States after the ousting of Aristide. His possible jail time would have been up to twenty years in prison, but it was commuted to only three based on the evidence he gave for his "substantial assistance." This assistance was his testimony that a known Haitian druglord had received a security badge that gave him carte blanche to travel within the country at the status of a diplomat. Jean testified, however, that the former president had not been aware of his illicit dealings.

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French-Haitian Fritz-Joly Joachim associated with Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Killer

French-Haitian Fritz-Joly Joachim, alleged to have connections with a Charlie Hebdo shooter, was apprehended by Bulgarian police when he tried to cross the border into Turkey on New Year's Day. Joachim's capture happened as a result of his wife contacting authorities to report Joachim had abducted their three-year old son. According to her Joachim was on his way to Syria to indoctrinate his son into radical Islam.

Joachim, 29, has been in police custody since January 1st on a French-issued warrant. While in custody officials discovered his connection to Kouachi brother Cherif, who with his other brother, Said, massacred ten Charlie Hebdo cartoonists, also killing two police officers that day. Another warrant was issued documenting Joachim was involved with a "terrorist criminal group".

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Haitian found dead, hands and feet tied, hanged on tree in DR

On Wednesday, February 11, 2015, the body of a Haitian man was found hanged from a tree in the Dominican Republic in the latest of a series of crimes that may be race related. Other possible motives for the murder -- a likely conclusion drawn by the police as the man, 23 years old, had his hands and feet tied -- is that the man, known as 'Tulile' had been killed for a winning lottery ticket valued at 6,000 pesos.

The dead man, Henry Claude Jean, was employed as a shoeshine man outside the compounds of the Cabral y Báez hospital, where he also solicited commissions to get money to lenders. The identification was done by some of his countrymen after his body was discovered hanged from a tree in the Ercilia Pepin park in Santiago. The killing, and the recent burning of the Haitian flag in another Santiago community, sector Los Ciruelitos, sparked rumors of the continued hatred of Haitians within the Dominican Republic's communities. It is said that groups opposing a union of the two countries in places such as Santo Domingo and Santiago could be behind the rebellions.

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Haitian man lynched in Dominican Republic

A Haitian national was found on Wednesday dead with his body handing from a tree in Santiago, in the Dominican Republic. Dominican National Police said Wednesday that the body of the man, identified only as "Tulile," was found in Ercilia Pepin Park.

The Haitian man who was lynched was a shoe shiner. Six people have been questioned on the murder and released for lack of evidence

Lynching by hanging is an extrajudicial punishment, an informal public executions by a mob, , in order to punish or to intimidate a minority group.

Kreyol Pale, Kreyol Kompran

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Anti-Corruption Mechanism to Visit Haiti

As per news dated March 7th, 2015, the Organization of American States (OAS) has confirmed that the government of Haiti has agreed to accept an on-site visit as part of the Fifth Round follow-up mechanism on the implementation of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption (MESICIC). Haiti notified its decision to the MESICIC Technical Secretariat in accordance with the Methodology for Conducting On-site Visits. Haiti also consented to and received an on-site visit during the Fourth Round of Review. The MESICIC Committee of Experts will review the condition of the implementation of the provisions as per Article III, paragraphs 3 and 12 of the Inter-American Convention against corruptions, which speak about the instructions given to the concerned government officials for proper execution of the entrusted responsibility, corruption preventive measures undertaken as per the program, equitable compensation and probity in public service. Fifth Round of the Mechanism for Follow-up on the Implementation of (MESICIC) of the OAS would begin in March, this year.

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