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Haitian President Philippe Sudre Dartiguenave

Philippe Sudre Dartiguenave was a Haitian Politician. He was born on April 6, 1863 in Haiti.

Philippe Sudre Dartiguenave was pro -American who ruled under the control of United State government. He became the president of Haiti from 12th August 1915 to 15th May 1922 through the Haitian-American treaty. This treaty involved American and Haitian military force and it was under the control of U.S marine. U.S had powers to control Haiti's finances and would intrude Haiti any time they wanted. Haitians were not allowed to elect a president. In fact, Philippe Sudre Dartiguenave was a U.S selection.

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Haitians arrested for forcing other Haitians into Hard Labor

Three arrested for forcing Haitians into forced Labor in Florida.

The Haitian "Joudalist" has learned that US Justice Department arrested Carline Ceneus, Cabioch Bontemps and Willy Edward for convincing a total of thirty four (34) Haitians to go to Gainsville, Florida to do farm work in hope to give them permanent US residency.

According to the indictment, these three: Carline Ceneus, Cabioch Bontemps and Willy Edward make these Haitians pick beans and peas and also took their passport to prevent them from leaving the field.

Additionally, the US Justice Department stated that the three were also involved in visa fraud.

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