Prison Break in Cap-Haitian, two inmates escaped

It has been reported this Saturday (9/20/14) that there was a Prison Break that took place this morning in the Prison of Cap-Haitian. Five inmates attempted to to escape and three of them were successful. Police was able to capture two of those who made the attempt.

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According to a breaking news just released in Radio Caraibes, three inmates in the Cap-Haitian prison that has been guarded by MINUSTAH mannaged to escape this morning. One of the escaped inmate is the number two in a popular gang that has been involved in kidnapping, killing and other.

Pawol Pale, Pawol Kompran.

Mezanmi, seke nou tande? Corespondanc Rario Caraibes apen anonce ke the ginyin Prizon nan O-Kap kote prizonye sove. Yon total de 5 prizonye eseye sove, min gin twa ki ale, MINUSTA kimbe 2 nan yo.

Yo di yonn nan sa ki sove yo se yon moun ki danjere anpil. Se dezyem mam nan yon gang ki tape fe anpil kidnaping na Nor peyi-a

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