Student Chedler Guilloux arrest

Student Chedler Guilloux arrest

Here are two pictures of Student Chedler Guilloux. On the left shows the abuses he received while in jail. The second picture was taken after his release

On February 26 and March 3, 2015, on the streets of the capital city, many students from the Universities in Haiti demonstrated protest against the arrest of their comrade Chedler Guilloux, a student from the School of Philosophy Normale Superieure (ENS). Guilloux was arrested on February 23 by the agents of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) and was severely beaten by the security officers CSCCA and those of the PNH. The students demanded immediate release, necessary health care and a fair compensation for his physical and mental damages during the custody. Guilloux is a graduate in philosophy from the Ecole Normale Superieure (Set), student of master's degree in Human Science and a critic of contemporary culture. He was arrested in connection with the burning of a government bus belonging to the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (CSC / CA) during a street protest.
After several days of protests and legal proceedings, the master's student of Philosophy at the Normal School was released by the judge Ramoncite on March 5 on a provisional basis. However, he will remain at the disposal of justice, until of the Closing Order, the investigation being still ongoing.

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