Here is a picture of former Haitian leader Jean Claude Duvalier in a crowd of Law students in Gonaives as they were in the process of receiving their diploma.
He was invited by the faculty leader to be part of the graduating class in December, 2011.
The selection of former president Jean Claude Duvalier did now seat well with many who thought that the former leader does not deserve that. Cean Claude Duvalier was accused by many of his victims. They would want him to stand on trial instead for the crimes that took place on his watch
The former Haitian dictator Jean Claude Duvalier is dead. He passed away on October 3, 2014. He was 63 years old.
The Haitian President, Michel Martelly stated that he was "saddened" by the death of the former Haitian President Jean Claude Duvalier. He took the opportunity to send his condolences to the family, relatives, friends and supporters across the country
Was Jean-Claude Duvalier as Murderous as Francois?
Ex-dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier, who died of a heart attack, came to power after his father Francois' death. Jean-Claude was an oppressive ruler like Francois, which led to Jean-Claude's overthrow in 1986.
He lived in France for the next 25 years, wanting to return to Haiti. Finally President Preval gave his approval, but Jean-Claude would have to face justice for his crimes against humanity. He returned in 2011 and appeared in court, but there was not enough of a case against him.
Here is a picture of Jean-Claude Duvalier as he was taken by Haitian officials for interrogation.
Since the return of Duvalier to Haiti, Human Rights groups have become vocal in asking for justice for the victims of the Duvalier regime. They want Jean-Claude Duvalier to be held accountable for crimes committed by his father and himself
In this picture, you see Jean-Claude Duvalier marriage with Michele Bennett Pasquet, mulato, - Michele Bennett first husband: Alix Pasquet.
Jean-Claude Duvalier and Michele Bennett divorced in 1993 and as a result of this divoce, he lost most of his fortune. He lived modestly in exile