PHTK protesters launched slaugans against journalist, radio show host Jean Monard Methelus and threw stones on the building, breaking several windows.
On Saturday, May 14, 216, the supporters of former President Martelly shouted slogans against journalist and radio show host Jean Monard Methelus and threw stones on the Radio Caraibes building, breaking several windows. It appears that PHTK, the Political Party of former President Michel Martelly, no longer believes in non-violent protests. The violent protest was led by Fednel Monchery of Repons Peyizan and Jude Lajoie of Platfom Viktwa-- both are defenders of Martelly's handpicked presidential candidate Jovenel Moses. PHTK has already disapproved the audit commission created by the provisional president Privert to check the credibility of the election. The agitators were demanding to continue the controversial election which is presently under the scanner of the verification commission. However, the demonstrators consider this delay caused by the audit/verification is in violation of the accord signed earlier, as it is nothing but a step to cancel the earlier election held in the Martelly regime.
Here is a picture of Ronald Vaval who was arrested on Monday, December 20, 2011 for a crime on his wife's lover. According to Radio Kiskeya, Vaval who was the subject of an arrest warrant was taken to the Central Directorate of Judicial Police
Mr. Vaval is accused the shooting of Mr. Lamothe. According to the report, Ronald Vaval's wife had a loving relationship with Mr. Lamothe who worked at the same place with her.
Here is a picture of Ladouceur Mejuste, Caraibes by Night.
Radio Haiti (later renamed to Radio Haiti-Inter) was the first independent radio station (1935) in Haiti. With the emergence of broadcasting media during the 1930s, many other radio stations which are still well known today were also created. Some of their names include: Radio Haiti (1935), Radio Caraïbes (1949), Radio Voix du Nord (1945), Radio Citadelle (1950), Radio Indépendance and Voix Évangélique. On October 12, 1977, by a decree issued during the regime of Jean Claude Duvalier, a controlling and regulatory body (National Council of Telecommunications or CONATEL) was created. Radios are a major part of Haitian Culture, about 97% of the population own a radio set and at least there are over 300 radio stations are believed to be operational. Attacks and threats are nothing new to the Haitian radio stations. In recent past, two journalists of Radio Haiti Inter (Jean Dominique, Jean-Claude Louissaint) were killed at the radio station on April 3, 2000. They were well known for their political commentary and investigative reporting. Maxime Seide, Dominique's bodyguard was killed on the previous Christmas day. Radio Haiti is one of the first stations to broadcast in Creole language rather than in French. Recently, Radio Télé Kiskeya was a target of gun attack and its two senior reporters, Liliane Pierre-Paul and Monard Metellus earned ire of the former President Martelly.
Here is a picture of former Mayor of North Miami, Lucie Tondreau in the program "Une Personnalité dit tout" at Radio Television Caraibes with Gaspard Dorelien
Mayor Lucie Tondreau Arrested By FBI For Mortgage Fraud
Lucie Tondreau is the first Haitian American woman elected as a mayor in the city of North Miami. Unfortunately, Tondreau, along with three other suspects are facing charges of criminal conspiracy case in a federal mortgage fraud indictment committed between late 2005 and May of 2008 on 20 properties. A native of Haiti, Tondreau was elected as mayor in last June, beating out former mayor Kevin Burns in a runoff. Kevin later filed a lawsuit accusing Tondreau a non-resident, not living in the city for at least a year before the election. However, the charge was later dismissed. The FBI went to arrest Lucie on May 19, 2014, however, she was out of the town on a planned trip- attending a convention in Las Vegas. Her three other co-conspirators were Karl Oreste, 56, (president of the KMC Mortgage Corporation of Florida, a mortgage lending business in North Miami Beach), Marie Okechukwu Josiah aka OJ" Odunna, 49, an attorney from Lauderdale Lakes and Kelly Augustin, 57, of North Miami, a former recruiter of Orestes' mortgage firm, KMC Corp.
Here is a picture of Remarais Jean- Baptiste who is one of the hosts in the popular Haitian Radio show Matin Caraibes.
Broadcast through the cities of Miami, Montreal, and Paris, to name a few, the radio station Radio Caraibes FM has been a helpful link for those of the Haitian diaspora, broadcasting in French with journalists such as Program Director of Public Affairs, Louinel Saintalbord, Jean-Jahkob Jeudy, Jean-Samuel Trezil, and Carlo Sainristil. The station was founded in 1949 by the Brown family, but is now operated by Patrick Moussignac. Radio Caraibes FM's greatest claim to fame is hosting the country's most popular talk show, Ranmasse.
It was a pleasure knowing you. Mr. Jean Mary Jean Gabriel is an actor without borders. He teases and provokes.
Jean-Mary Gabriel Dies of Asthma Attack
Comedian Jean-Mary Gabriel practiced an uncensored brand of comedy. He said out loud what others only thought to themselves, especially about Haitian politics.
Gabriel died of an asthma attack after his Caribbean Morning radio broadcast with guest Colonel Himmler Rebu, Minister of Youth and Sports.
One tribute from a Haitian official, who knew him casually said, "The fool Gabriel will never change . . . . This wacky comedy dies . . . with him."
Here is Yvener, the main host at the popular Radio show on Rado Television Caraibes, Matin Caraibes.
The Team at Matin Caraibes is very dynamic. The Matin Caraibes team works in very good harmony, although it does not show it all the time in front of the public. The humor some times on the show can reach a point where the listening audience believes that the hosts are really fighting. However, this is not always the case. They ensure the success of the show that is considered today the most popular show in Haitian radio from Monday to Friday in the morning
We just learned that Jean-Mary Gabriel, one of the hosts of the popular show Matin Caraibe is Dead. He passed away on the night between October 11 and 13 at his residence
Jean Marie Gabriel has been providing humor on the show Matin Caraïbes on Radio Caraïbes FM, 94.5 for several years. He died at home in Petion-Ville after suffering from a respiratory problem. Jean-Mary Gabriel is well known on the show for bringing fun to the show. He was also an actor and made several Radio advertisements
We will miss you my friend
Kreyol pale, Kreyol Kompran
Nou pa tande dernye nouvel ki tombe. Jean-Mary Gabriel ki te toujou ape fe moun ri nan emisyon Matin Caraibe mouri. Li mouri lakay li yer swa pandan ke li te gin yon problem kote li pa te kapab respire
Nou aprale sonje li anpil pou chale li te konnin mete nan show Matin Caraibes sa
according to Mr. Jean Renel Sanon, Haiti Justice Minister, the government has discovered a plan to assassinate the well known host of Ramase, Jean Monard Metellus.
According to Mr. Jean Renel Sanon, two bikers were being paid the sum of ten thousand dollars to kill the Caraibes Radio host Jean Monard Metellus. It was further reported that the sum of ten thousand dollars($10,000) were paid for the act.
The reaction of the opposition however did not go in favor of the government. Many called the declaration from the Justice Ministry is very very suspect,
Here is the Haitian President Michel Martelly at Radio Television Caraibes. He went there for a visit on May 16, 2013. The president met the hosts of Matin Caraibes, including the CEO, M. Patrick Moussignac upon his arrival at the station. This is a photo souvenir with the staff of Matin Caraibes Patrick Moussignac, Jean-Marie Gabriel, Caleb Desrameaux, Yvener and others