Here is a picture of Luckner Lorient, a Haitian Pastor who was arrested in Miami for his role in a deadly fire in New York
Brooklyn pastor, once honored by N.Y. State Senate, arrested for role in deadly 2014 fire
Luckner Lorient (78), a longtime pastor at Eglise Baptist Clarte Celeste in Flatbush once honored by the New York State Senate and commended by the state senate for his ministry, was arrested at Miami International Airport on Tuesday (July 26, 2016) for his role in a 2014 (November 19, 2014) fire that killed one man and injured 14 others. He was arrested on charges of second-degree manslaughter, second-degree reckless endangerment, criminally negligent homicide, third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Lorient owned a building at 1434 Flatbush Avenue, that housed his church on the ground floor and cramped apartments above which was basically a single resident occupancy apartment. Lorient, had illegally subdivided the floors into 11 multiple cramped, dangerous living spaces for 23 people, according to city records, but at that time Lorient argued his ignorance and blamed the tenants. The fire started with an overheated water cooler and the faulty electrical system, erupted into flames on the second floor. Tenants on the third floor were trapped. The fire killed resident Jeff Frederic, 24.
Flatbush's Ultimate Bakery Sells Rare and Spicy Mamba
Flatbush's Ultimate Bakery, located at 1248 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, offers the usual Haitian bakery items: light and fluffy white breads, cookies, pastries, and cakes. But it also sells a more hard-to-find item, mamba, Creole for peanut butter.
Homemade on the premises, mamba has an extra ingredient added to it, chile. Mamba lovers say the kick the chile adds to the sweet and salty flavors is a sneak attack on the taste buds, not to be missed.