Here is a picture of a CIMO officer shot during Haiti Protest.
Violence Continues Over Final Results. The final tabulation of election results is wreaking havoc in Haiti. The PEC announced Martelly's pick, Jovenel Moise, placed first (33%) and Jude Celestin second (25%). They will compete in December's run-off.
Peaceful protests have turned violent whenever the opposition encounters government supporters. Not only have protestors been injured and killed, the Haitian police have also been targets. The media reports one officer injured by gunfire, and another hurt by hurled rocks.
The PEC urges calm.
Well-known Haitian promoter Ewald Etienne was found dead by Montreal police outside a home in Montreal on Thursday, December 18, 2014,
What is further speculated, is that the two men who contracted the debt left the country, leaving Mr. Etienne with the debt. He then filed a complaint with the authorities and was promptly threatened to withdraw it, but was unable to. Whether this is a viable lead remains unsaid by the police, but witnesses had described Etienne as being scared following the affair.
His death has been the third murder in the northeast region of Montreal within the last three weeks. It puts the yearly total just one homicide down from the 28 of 2013.
Francois Presley who has been working as a security guard in front of Chez Le Bebe Restaurant in Little Haiti was found dead Monday night(December 8, 2014). The testaurant is located on Northeast 54th Street
Police who is investigating the crime has no suspects or motive for the shooting.
The shooting death of 50-year-old Francois Presley, outside the Little Haiti restaurant where he worked, Chez Le Bebe Restaurant, has left the community shaken and his family asking for public assistance to apprehend the person responsible. Presley had been employed to the company for a year, and was found in his uniform, shot dead while sitting in his car. As of yet, the police have no suspects, nor a motive, for Presley's killing, leaving his grieving widow to question why the act was committed.
Here is a picture of the owner of Radio Haiti, Jean Dominique. He was very popular and vocal in bringing abuses and crimes committed by the haitian authority.
Jean Dominique concentrated on corruption. He criticised a pharmaceutical company, Pharval Laboratories, for selling contgaminated medication
Here is a picture of Guiteau Toussaint, the President of the Board of Directors for Haiti national Bank of credit.
According to Haiti National Police, several individuals entered the residence of Mr. Toussaint in Petion-Ville, to rob him. He was shot in the head and while being died
Here is a picture of Haiti Police Division Inspector Yves Michel Bellefleur.
He was assassinated on November 9, 2012. Same stated that Police Division Inspector Yves Michel Bellefleur was implicated in the affair of Clifford Brandt ask killed for communicating information to the Police.
A spokesman for the Police reported that the killing is in connection of Clifford Brandt Kidnapping case
This is the picture of Mr. Jules Edouard Moscoso who as assassinated in December, 2012. This act took place in the night of December 8, 2012. We was 57 years old.
Jules Edouard Moscoso is the cousin of Robert Moscosso and Robert is the father of the Moscoso children who were kidnapped by the Clifford Brandt network.
According to the report, Jules Edouard Moscosso was killed by bullets
Here is a picture of Mrs. Durocher Bertin died at the age of 35. She was a well known lawyer assassinated by bandits in Port-au-Prince
She was assassinated in a white Subaru in which Mireille Durocher Bertin was traveling
It was reported that gunmen in a red Mitsubishi jeep shot up the front tire to stop the car. They then got close to the window and fired from both sides of the car. Mireille Durocher Bertin and her driver were shot many more times.
The death of this prominent lawyer was a symbol used by many to get back at the government of Jean Bertrand Aristide. This death has become a rallying point for members of various groups who wanted an end o the Lavalas regime . They all attributed the shooting to President Aristide's supporters. The supporters of President Jean Bertrand Aristide denied any involvement on the crime.