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a346: defendind dorelien (fwd)
From: Edwige Dorelien <email@example.com>
<Suddenly a change of heart, everyone in jail had become Christian. There are
many former members of the Haitian disbanded army who are circulating freely in
Haiti, Commander Raoul Guilaume, General Herard Abraham, Lieutenant Colonel
Ramis St Vil and many others. These folks were doing their jobs. I have not
heard any complain against General Herard Abraham nor Ramis St Vil a
Ouanaminthe native. If there are complaint against any others they should be
Yes indeed, the above mentioned former officers are maybe living in Haiti, but I woul like to ask
Senou if they were members of the "Haut Etat Major" during the Coup d' Etat? The only member of the Haut d'Etat Major during the coup that stayed in Haiti after the return of Aristid was ex-general Mayard. Where is he now? He has been killed by the lavalasse mob.
<Suddently a change of heart, everyone in jail had become Christian>
There is a great difference between being Christian and become Christian. I let the facts talk for Colonel Dorelien.
the Dorelien's name is well known in Haiti and it is deeply associate with the Catholic Church.
<If there are complaint against any others they should be investigated>
I would like to know what is the complaint against Dorelien, except to be a former officer and a Florida lottery winner.