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.

As his father was getting sick, it was determined that Jean Claude would replace him, something that he did not want. He demanded that either his mother, Simone, or his elder sister, Marie-Denise, to be president in his place. However, his father's team who controlled him, wan.

Jean Claude Duvalier became President for Life at 19 years old, taking over all the responsibilities for crimes, abuses and corruptions taken place under his father

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V Jeudi says...

It is unfortunate that Jean Claude Duvalier did not have a life because it was stolen from him at the age of 19. He was a

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