Bush Bloodbath Brought to Haiti: Coup D'etat Massacres, Victims and Human Rights Abuses

Matters to be Investigated by International Tribunal


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    List of Victims


    Feb. 2004:

  • U.S. Marines convert schools into prisons. U.S. Marines turned a medical university into prison and barracks. Youth radio and tv station (Radyo & Tele Timoun) ransacked and shut down. Union buses burnt.

  • 3,000 prisoners freed. As the coup forces took cities throughout February, 2004, they burned police stations, unlocked the nation's jails, freeing all of the prisoners, including other FRAPH and disbanded army officials, called "freedom fighters" by Gerarld Latortue, along with convicted rapist, murderers and common criminals. "Approximately 3,000 were freed overall, including many who were serving sentences or awaiting trial for serious human rights violations.

    There is no apparent effort being made to capture the escapees, among whom were persons convicted in the Raboteau Massacre trial."During Feb, 2004, the Coup D'etat people released the triggerman in the Jean Dominque case from prison. Other convicted criminals and known human rights abusers such as Jean Pierre Baptiste (alias Jean Tatoune), Jean-Claude Duperval, Carl Dorelien, and General Prosper Avril were free to roam Haiti, join the Latortue police force or run for President of Haiti!. The Marines shut out over 200 medical students from their school and turned the classrooms into barracks and prison cells. Literary, health, and social programs for the poor where destroyed.

  • 100 Haitians rounded up in the North, left to die in Shipping Containers: "Revelations from Afghanistan were chronicled in the new documentary film recently screened by the European Parliament. "Afghan Massacre: Convoy of Death," documents the deaths of up to 3,000 suspected Taliban Fighters. They perished in shipping containers where they were riddled with bullets and literally left out in the sun to stew to death in their own juices. Back in our hemisphere, in Haiti, over 100 (suspected) members of the Lavalas Party were rounded up by newly reconstituted death squads, forced into a shipping container and dropped into the sea." Quoted from "Our nasty little racist war in Haiti" by Michael I. Niman, June 7, 2004)

  • Meanwhile, within a few months, Haiti's jails were re-filled with the members of the Constitutional government, including the constitutional Prime Minister of Haiti, Yvon Neptune and 70-year old grandmother, So Ann. (See, National Lawyers Guild Report, Phase 2 and,

  • March 13, 2004
    Bel Air m
    assacres by the US Marines, 2004.

  • * "Multiple witnesses described an incident that occurred on March 13 in which Marines fired upon and killed up to 10 Haitians in Bel-Air, a poor section of Port-au-Prince. According to an official at the U.S. Embassy, the Marines thought they were being fired upon and returned fire. However, witnesses interviewed by the delegation consistently declared that there were no guns being fired, that they were having a demonstration with flares or fireworks.

    * (One such interviewee was a 16-year-old male who was shot in the back by a Marine bullet.) It appears that American armed forces overreacted and used excessive force on this occasion. " (See, National Lawyers Guild Report, Phase II)

  • March 17, 2004

    * Rudy Nicodern (27) murdered at Rue Enterrement

  • May 10 2004
    US Marines arrest 60-year old grandmother in the dead of night, put black plastic bags and handcuffs on all 11 occupants in the home, even on her 5 year old grandson who was asleep and transported them to the barracks for questioning. She been in prison since.

  • May 18, 2004
    * Flag day- 9 unarmed demonstrators killed by men-in-black under cover of U.S. Marine firepower. (See, HLLN and the US Marines Spokesperson: Lt. Col. Dave Lapan faces off with the Network)

    Titus Simpson
    , 23, shot with single shot to the head by Haitian Special (CIMO) Forces less than 30 yards in front of American Journalist Kevin Pina, who filmed his last breath and right under cover of U.S. Marine firepower. He was unarmed, listening to his Sony Walkman.

    Daniel Lescouflet, shot dead by coup d'etat police in front of the St. Jean Bosco Catholic Church
  • October 13, 2004

    * Fr. Gerard Jean-Juste arrested
    * Arbitrary and capricious arrest of Father Jean-Juste as he was feeding children at his church in Port-au-Prince by hooded police who burst in, firing shots, wounding three children with bullets, smashing windows, throwing father Jean Juste to the ground and dragging to prison him head first into their truck. Jean Juste remained in prison for 2 months on a "disturbing the peace" charge that carries a fine equivalent to 30 U.S. cents. http://www.konpay.org/pmwiki.php/Main/ReportNovember5

  • October 26, 2004
    Fort National Massacre
    Deklarasyon Sektè Popilè-a

    * According to a news account, "On the afternoon of Oct. 26, (2004) masked men dressed in the black uniforms of Haitian riot police executed 13 people from the Rue Estim? quarter of Fort National near Bel-air. Some of the victims were killed in the slum while others were driven to and executed at Titanyen, a desolate dumping ground just north of the capital. Three of the victims were young women.

    * According to witnesses, the killers pulled up in four vehicles with Police plates in front of the house on Rue Estimè. They were accompanied by an ambulance. " http://www.haitixchange.com/hx/article.asp?article_id=21

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    Declarations and Pictures from the Grassroots to the International Community and Media on the Massacres of Haitians on Oct 26, 2004, October 30, 2004 and Feb. 28, 2005
  • Received by the Ezili Danto Witness Project, April 26, 2006
  • October 26, 2004
    Massacre at Fort National – 18 people murdered by men in black police.

    * A certain Desiral, agent #4 in the police force was the head of the men-in-black commando unit that massacred 18 people at Fort National. After the massacre, said Desiral, was promoted within the police "agent" ranks. Initially the Fort National body count was reported at 13 bodies found inside the house the commandos had invaded. Later, the people in the area added 5 more corpse to the massacre because the ambulance had gone with these Fort National bodies, bringing the total to 18 executed dead.

    Amongst the dead were:
    * Reginald Francois
    * Vercius Fanfan (son of Elius Fanfan, coach of Aigle Noir (the black eagle) soccer team and a former National Team soccer player for Haiti.
    * Also summarily executed by Desiral’s men at Fort National was Maurice Moreau. (The other names to be added.)

  • October 28, 2004
    * 4 men murdered by Latortue’s men-in-black. (See, Shrine video clip)
  • October 28, 2004
    * Also it was reported that "On Oct. 28, four other youths were found executed on Rue Peyan in the Bel-air neighborhood. Two of the victims had their hand tied.

    * One of the victims was shirtless, suggesting that he had been abducted from or near his home.

    * "Six police cars came up here with about 15 officers," one of the witnesses told a New York Times reporter. "They took the men out of the cars, put them on the ground and shot them in the head." http://www.haitixchange.com/hx/article.asp?article_id=21
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    October 30, 2004 Massacre of 4 young Haitians, ages 13- 15 by US-imposed Boca Raton Regime in Haiti

  • December 1, 2004

    Prison Guards and Police Massacre of detainees

    * 107 prison detainees slaughtered (some in their cells) by Haitian police forces and prison guards.

  • December 19, 2004

    Over 400 prisoners forced-out by men-in-black, former military and prison guards.

  • Dec. 28, 2004

    * Jelin Augustin was carrying water. Police called him over, ordered him on the ground and executed him.
  • Jan. 12, 2005

    * Radio JOURNALIST Jimmy Charles arrested by MINUSTHA. His family later found his body in the morgue.

  • Jan. 14, 2005
    Village De Dieu

  • Jean-Robert Charlot, 22 year old, assassinated by the police when they descended on the area.

    Louis-Jeune Chatetier
    , 26 year old, died in Village de Dieu
  • St Juste Julien Calixte 27 year old, Village de Dieu, assassinated by the police.

    Abdias Jean
    , journalist from Village de Dieu, arrested by MINUSTHA and summarily executed by the police.

    Casimir Loubel
    , 17 year old, assassinated by police, killed near the National Theater, a few meters from Village de Dieu, at 4 pm.

  • January 17, 2005

    * Ederson Joseph murdered at Fort National.

  • January 18, 2005

    Romain Ezaillir
    , 24 year old, assassinated January 18, 2005, in front of the police barrack in Martissankilled by the police.

  • Jan. 20, 2005

    Robinson Sergilus Patrick
    , 29 years old, assassinated on January 20, 2005, in Martissan, around St Bernadette church.

  • Jan. 23, 2005

    Wilner Fanfan, 42 years old, assassinated by the police on January 23, 2005, in the Leogane portal, called Kosovo.

  • Jan. 26, 2005

    Jean Ulysse Dameus, aka Jeangy
    , assassinated by police on January 26, 2005, in the vicinity of Martissan.

    Roger Jean Marie Carlo
    , 26 years old, killed in Martissan.

    Narcius Jean Marie
    , 23 years old, corpse found in Bicentenaire, on January 26 2005.

  • Jan. 30, 2005
    Corridor Bastia in Bel Air

    * 5 murdered by Latortue’s men-in-black assailants including Wilkens Bosse a 10th grade student. According to Wilken Bosse’s mother on video testimony, the men-in-black police came to their house and started roughing up her son. He pleaded with them saying he was not a gangster or into any illegal activities, that he was a student in the 10th grade. These police trained by Canadians, US, CIVPOL and UN in Haiti responded, “we’ll graduate you” and promptly shot Wilken Bosse through the head dead. He left behind one baby child and a distraught and grief-stricken family. (Video testimony of his mother is available from the Ezili Danto witness project)

  • February 4, 2005

    * Joseph Jeff (15 years old) - murdered by Latortue police

  • February 7, 2005
    Rue Macajoux

    Blemur Batraville, 21 years old, assassinated on February 7, 2005, at Rue Macajoux

    Jacky Menelus, 43 years old, assassinated on February 7, 2005, at Rue Macajoux and Rue du Centre

    Gilberte Narcius Leon
    , assassinated during the February 7th, 2005 police operation in Rue Macajoux.

    Patricia Joseph Lormeus
    , a small ambulatory merchant, died on February 7th

    Madame Roger, a well known merchant, killed, Feb. 7, 2005.

  • February 18, 2005

    Lovita Ainsiconu, assassinated on February 18, 2005 in the Teleco, Sanfil area

  • Feb. 25, 2005
    (Between Feb. 25 to Feb. 28, 2005)

    Alex Michel,
    28 years old, a merchant assassinated in Rue St Martin during a police operation

    Dieubenite Juste
    , and 5th grader assassinated by the police while sitting in the “Parc of Peace”

    Fritzner Delva
    , 42 years old Social Affairs Ministry messenger, assassinated in Rue St Martin across from a Protestant Church

    Ernst Gay aka Toutou
    , 36 years old, received a bullet in the head in Rue St Martin

    Jean Wilbert Dorinsky
    , 26 years old, assassinated Rue Tiremasse on February 25, 2005

    Alex Jerome aka Black Alex
    , who was considered crazy, was assassinated by the police in Rue St Martin

    Junior Joseph
    ,18 years old, shoemaker, he was assassinated behind Lycee Petion

    Herard Maxo
    , assassinated behind Lycee Petion, while washing a carpet

    Jeff Joseph
    , assassinated behind Lycee Petion in the vicinity of Marinette Hill

    Celestin Adrien
    , 20 years old, assassinated in Rue des Cesards and Rue Dr Aubrit

    Jean Frantzy aka Fanfan
    , assassinated on February 28, 2005, in front of the cathedral of Prot-au-Prince

    Jasmin Simeon Franky
    , assassinated on February 28, 2005, in Rue des Fonds Forts

  • Feb. 25, 2005

    Diego Dieujenijus, Bel Air
  • * Michelet Petit murdered by police

    * Date______? Bel Air * Michelet Petit left behind two small children. He was his mother’s only provider. Now she with no provider for herself or his children - maman rete avek de bra-l balanse! Video testimony grieving mother explaining how Michelet Petit earned his living by being a “Police beton.” When we asked what is a Police Beton. It was explained that a “police beton” is someone with community respect who voluntarily would go to a busy intersection or heavily trafficked crossroads and direct the drivers. It takes years of apprenticeship to get your own crossing. Drivers pay the experience crossing guides a tip for the service. It requires great skill to be good at this and to command the attention of drivers each trying to get the right-of-way to go first at a busy intersection. That’s how Michelet Petit made his living, took care of his mother and two babies. He was not a gangster or criminal. Like all the others, his crime was that he lived in Bel Air and could or may have sympathy for the oustered Constitutional government that empowered the poor.

  • February 28, 2005
    * 27 unarmed demonstrators returning home reported murdered by police

    * According to our sources, initially after the February 28, 2005 massacre 8 bodies were found and buried at public funerals. Then more corpse were found thrown away under the Ravine Canapevert of returning demonstrators, ambushed and murdered by the men-in-black bringing the total dead for February 28, 2005 to 27 people. (Recorded interview testimony of these details from Haiti on August 22, 2005 for the Ezili Danto Witness program available.)

    * Amongst the dead who were identified are:

    * Stanley Blot and

    (Our investigation continues for identification of the others and this will be updated as we get to the mounds of information we’ve received for the Ezili Danto Witness project from Haiti. Keep checking our website for updates.)

    Deklarasyon Sektè Popilè-a on Feb. 28, 2005 Massacre

  • February 28, 2005 and April 27, 2005:

    * "At least 11 unarmed demonstrators were killed in the two attacks prompting U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan to echo demands by human rights organizations for an official investigation." http://www.worldcrisis.com/news/1152_0_1_0_C/

    * "The use of lethal and indiscriminate violence by the police to disperse and repress demonstrators only serves to increase tension in an already violence-torn country, said Amnesty International today as it condemned the repression against LAVALAS Party supporters by Haitian National Police (HNP) officers in Port-au-Prince on 27 April.

    * According to reports, police officers opened fire against LAVALAS supporters demonstrating near the United Nations Mission headquarters in Bourdon, Port-au-Prince. At least 5 people died during the demonstration and 4 others are reported to have died later on as a consequence of their wounds. Several demonstrators and bystanders were also injured.

    * "The repression of this peaceful demonstration is not an isolated case. The insecurity and ongoing confrontation with armed groups should not be used as a pretext to crack down on demonstrators and the right to freedom of expression and association," Amnesty International said." http://news.amnesty.org/mavp/news.nsf/print/ENGAMR360022005


    Feb 28, 2005 Massacre of peaceful demonstrators (a few pictures)

    Feb 28, 2005 Massacre of peaceful demonstrators from Bel Air

    April 27, 2005
    Haitians killed by Haitian police (See above Amnesty release "Haiti: National Police must be held accountable for killings of civilians"

  • March 1, 2005

    Jonathan St Armand Dello
    , 46 years old, assassinated on March 1st, 2005, in Rue Sans Fil in the vicinity of Teleco

    Rosita Carmelot
    , assassinated on March 1st, 2005, in Rue Sans Fil in the vicinity of Teleco, Rue Timas

  • March 2, 2005

    Jeanty Vales, 26 years old, assassinated on March 2, 2005, in the Pean corner by the police.

    Emanuel Bellevue, assassinated in Rue Tiremasse

    Johnny Lafortune, assassinated in Rue Tiremasse

    Jean Simeon Quan, assassinated

  • April 1, 2005 to April 23, 2005
    Killed by UN soldiers (AUMOHD report)

    1. Fedia Raphael, age 15. She was shot by the Peruvian MINUSTAH soldiers, April 9, 2005

    2. Jean Brenel Jean, age 28, killed by several bullets to the head by Peruvian MINUSTAH soldiers, April 15, 2005

    3. Paul Jean Emile, killed at Bois Neuf in Cité Soleil by MINUSTAH soldiers.

    4. Andre Joassaint, killed April 1, 2005 by MINUSTAH soldiers

    5. "Bord", so called, a former soccer player, killed outside the police station at Cité Soleil

    6. Denis Gary, killed by MINUSTAH soldiers with a bullet to the head, Cité Soleil

    7. Daniel Jimmo, killed by MINUSTAH soldiers, April 19th, at Drouillard

    8. Marie Maude Fabien, age 28, shot by MINUSTAH soldiers April 23, 2005. She is still in the morgue because her parents haven't the means to bury her.
    (AUMOHD report for Ezili Danto Witness Project, dated April 30, 2005)

  • April 27, 2005
    * 7 unarmed demonstrators reported murdered by Haitian police. MINUSTHA present on April 27, 2005. One investigator wrote: "The police executed 5 young men near Christ Roi under the pretext of a confrontation."
    (AUMOHD report)

    * Rodriguez Joinville died during the April 27, 2005 demonstration from a police bullet. He was amongst the 7 people who died in front of UN site in Bourdon. (No date, location - Bel Air)

    * Boniface disappeared. Presumed dead by his family.

    * (Boniface’s family provided his picture at shrine clip of the "Coup D’etat Dead and Disappeared" located at Plas Delmas 2 on video footage obtained for Ezili Danto Witness Project)

  • May 18, 2005

    * Flag day - 3 unarmed demonstrators killed by men-in-black after demonstration where men-in-black lined the streets intimidating the peaceful protesters.

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  • June 4, 2005

  • * 54 people executed by Latortue’s police at the Cathedral Massacre in Bel Air.

    * According to our video clip testimony of eyewitnesses, including of a Haitian women who was beaten and miraculously escaped the police execution that June 4th day.

    * CIMO, the men-in-black descended upon the residents with MINUSTHA troops near the area of Perpetuel church. The men-in-black took out gasoline cans and started burning the people’s houses. About 6 homes were torched. As the people ran from the houses they were beaten and then the police gathered them up and put them in a waiting paddy wagon or truck. MINUSTHA stayed in their tanks and watched the houses burn and the people being beaten, giving cover to the police and intimidating the people with their firepower and presence. The police took 54 people in all and rode them down the street behind the Cathedral, forced them to the ground and executed them.

    * According to one eyewitness woman’s video testimony, after the paddy wagon left and the UN had let the Haitian police carry out their massacre, then they half-heartedly got out of the tanks and “pretended to put out the fire.” Another woman testified the UN soldiers just let the houses burn.

  • June 4, 2005
    Bel Air Massacre

    June 4th, 2005, Belair massacre, again by the police accompanied by Chinese MINUSTHA soldiers, in Rue Montalaire - 20, some of the people assassinated, like:

    Peterson Fritznor, 173 Rue des Fonds Forts, that is here he lived. Vilmar Poyaux was close to him and released this information.

    Kesnel Desira
    , 24 years old, residing at 217 Rue Mariela, the person presenting the information was Lorena Joseph

  • June 9, 2005
    Rue Macajoux

    Two young men died right before the Baccalaureate exams, they were taking their shoes to be patched-up in order to be presentable on exam day. The police assassinated them.

  • June 26, 2005

    * Fritz Kader – Sandal maker, shot by Latortue’s men-in-black in front of his home while working on his sandal-making business on Rue Markarjou, in the back of Perpetuel church, Bel Air (Video footage of corpse showing bullet hole in chest available from the Ezili Danto Witness Program.)June 27, 2005

    * Papout (William St. Mercy) – Head blown off by UN soldiers' bullet while sitting in a wheelchair in his own home on Rue St. Martin in Bel Air. Also killed by police/MINUTHA bullets on this June 27, 2005 operations in Bel Air are:

    * Natalie St. Ciry killed while breastfeeding her child (nouris)

    * several market women (Video footage of grieving family of Papout and his blown off head just minutes after the shooting available from Ezili Danto Witness Program)

  • June 17, 2005 - at least 10 people killed by police.

    * "The Haitian police moved against Bel Air again on June 17 killing at least 10 people in another bloody raid. Among the first victims shot by the police that day was:

    * 17 year-old Natalie Luzius. She was clutching her 6 month-old son

    * Fritznel Luzius to protect him at the moment a police bullet struck her in the head and killed her. http://www.world-crisis.com/news/1152_0_1_0_C/

  • June 29, 2005

    "UN forces carried out a large military operation in Bel Air on June 29 stating that only combatants were killed. Residents claim the UN shot and killed unarmed bystanders during the course of that operation as well. This apparent strategy of alternating attacks by the Haitian police and UN military forces on pro-Aristide communities continues."

  • June 29, 2005
    Tony Dumas - the police assassinated him in Rue des Cesards #235 on June 29, 2005

  • July 6, 2005 UN slaughtered more than 60 Site Soley Haitians.
    The UN slaughtered:

    * a 1-year old,
    * 4-year old,
    * a pregnant woman,
    * a fetus,
    * a handicapped man,
    * a 2-year old ........

    Doctors Without Borders reported receiving 27 patients with gunshot
    wounds after the incident, most of them women and children. According to DWB most patients wounded July 6 said they had been shot by the international peacekeepers.

    (For more details, see, Final Delegation report
    Excerpt form the July 6, 2005 report:
    "People were killed in their homes and also just outside of their homes, on the way to work. According to this account, one man named

    * Leon Chery, age 46, was shot and killed on his way to work for a flower company. Another man,

    * Mones Belizaire, was shot as he got ready to go to work in a local sweatshop and subsequently died from a stomach infection.

    * A woman who was a street vendor was shot in the head and killed instantly.

    * One man was shot in his ribs while he was trying to brush his teeth.

    * Another man was shot in the jaw as he left his house to try and get some money for his wife's medical costs; he endured a slow death.

    * Yet another man named Mira was shot and killed while urinating in his home.

    * A mother, Sonia Romelus, and her two young children (Stanley & Nelson Romelus) were killed in their home, reportedly by UN fire after UN forces lobbed a 83-CC gas grenade into their home.The video footage taken by this eyewitness during the operation shows many of these killings while they were occurring. While it does not show images of the UN troops as they were firing into the community, one can view at least 10 unarmed people either in the process of being killed or who were already killed. Many were killed by headshots, such as 31-year-old Leonce Chery moments after a gun shot ripped off his jaw. Chery was clearly unarmed. There are audible machine gun blasts occurring in the background. The video footage also depicts the bodies of Sonia Romelus and her two young children, lying in blood on the floor of their home. Apparently, Sonia was killed by the same bullet that passed through the body of her one-year old infant son Nelson.

    She was reportedly holding him as the UN opened fire. Next to their two bodies is that of her four-old son Stanley Romelus who was killed by a shot to the head. The video footage shows a weeping Fredi Romelus, recounting how UN troops lobbed a red smoke grenade into his house and then opened fire killing his wife and two children. "They surrounded our house this morning and I ran thinking my wife and the children were behind me.

    They couldn't get out and the blan [UN] fired into the house." The video also shows the grenade canister, apparently left in the house.

    The eyewitness source claimed that the operation was primarily conducted by UN forces, with the Haitian National Police this time taking a back seat...."

    - Adeline Pierre, 28, said she had been pregnant and lost her unborn baby
    after being shot on July 6, 2005 by UN Soldiers.

    "They're on the ground and they're in the air, coming after us," she
    said. "I was standing in front of my house and I felt all of a sudden
    something hit my stomach," Ms. Pierre said. (NY Times, A Haitian Slum's Anger Imperils Election Hopes by Walt Bogdanich | Aug. 29, 2005)

  • Drèd Wilme - "...The people of the neighborhood (where he lived) describe Drèd Wilme as a protector...but for the United Nations and the coup regime which is running things in Haiti, and the National Police, they describe him as a "bandit." In fact they put wanted posters all over with his name on it and names of other popular leaders, as well as actual criminals, and put them up, basically encouraging people to turn the in. So the difference between the way they describe Drèd Wilme as a bandit, that's what the United Nations general who was in charge of - this (Brazilian general- Force Commander--Lieutenant General Augusto Heleno Ribero Pereira), who was in charge of this operation said 'We got him, we got the bandit. We're very pleased with the operation.' And about fifty people were killed in that operation. There was a mass grave; the bodies were rotting, the people took the bodies and dragged them to a makeshift mass grave, because there was too much disease and smell. (See transcript of Dave Welsh, speaking on Flashpoints. November 10, 2005. Listen to Broadcast:
    http://tinyurl.com/b3g92 . Download broadcast (10.5 :
    Flashpoints podcast : http://www.kpfa.org/podcast/pod.php?show=flashpoints

    06:00 minutes into broadcast: Attacks in Cite Soleil, Haiti: Dave
    Welsh, Haiti Action Committee <http://www.haitiaction.net/> UN
    "peacekeepers" attack poor neighborhoods in the leadup to the staging
    of elections


    Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2006 16:40:37 +0200 (CEST)
    From: evel fanfan
    Subject: Juillet 2005 - 6 Juillet 2006, les victimes sans ESPOIR de justice
    To: erzilidanto@yahoo.com

    Bonjour Maguerite,
    Voici 4 des victimes du massacre du 6 Juillet 2005. Ce qui est pire ils n'ont pas d'ESPOIR de justice. Nous voulons dire une fois de plus dans une conference de presse avec eux NON a ce systeme d'INJUSTICE.
    AUMOHD voudrait bien avoir votre voir et ceux de tous vos amis pour faire resoner plus plus fort ce CRI de desespoir.

    Men anpil chaj pa lou

    (See HLLN Action Alert: Remember the July 6, 2005 UN massacres of Site Soley civilians-Demand UN soldiers stop killing innocent Haitian
    civilians and brutalizing the Haitian public, demand justice for the UN victims in Haiti )

    1.-.- Marie Elta ALLTEAS, âgé de 27 ans, père de deux enfants, il a été victime par balle le 6 Juillet 2005, à 2ème Cité gera au moment d’une intervention des soldats de la Mission des Nations Unies en Haïti, MINUSTAH.
    Témoins : Ticharité.

    2.- Marie Carmelle SANON, âgé de 54 ans, mère de deux enfants, il a été victime par balle le 6 Juillet 2005, à 2ème Cité gera au moment d’une intervention des soldats de la Mission des Nations Unies en Haïti, MINUSTAH.
    Témoins : Madame Orelus Marie claire.

    3- Marie Claire ORELUS, agé de 51 ans, mère de cinq (5) enfants il a été victime par balle le 6 Juillet 2005, à 2ème Cité gera au moment d’une intervention des soldats de la Mission des Nations Unies en Haïti, MINUSTAH.
    Témoins : Marie Carmelle.

    4..- Estevenson NOBERT, âgé de 18 ans, il a ét’e victime le 6 Juillet 2005, à l’impsse chavane lors d’un l’échange de tire entre les soldats de la MINUSTAH et les gens armées de la cité.
    Partie touchée : Pied droit
    Hôpital Barrière fer
    Preuve : Certificat medical
    Etat de la victime : Grave
    Personne Responsable : Doras Marirose

  • July 7, 2005
    Rue Des Frond Forts, Bel Air-

    * Emano Pierre shot in the head on Rue Des Frond Forts, Bel Air by Latortue’s men-in-black.

    * (According to Emano Pierre’s brother who explains how he witnessed the shooting, his brother was walking along Rue Des Frond Forts. The men-in-black stopped him, asked him some questions, search him for weapons, they found nothing but shot him in the head anyway and left him in the street. The traumatized brother was video taped minutes later, shaking and incoherent, trying to figure out why they killed his brother. He wanted to know if he could take the body with him. He asked out loud to no one in particular did he have permission to take his brother’s body. Then, the video shows the brother loading up Emano Pierre’s body on a wheel cart and hauling it off down street. At one juncture, the brother stopped pushing the cart and took off his brother’s shirt and pants. Leaving him just with his black boxers underpants on alone. Later, after being sent this footage, we the Ezili Danto Witness project asked why did the brother take off Emano Pierre’s clothes after the police shot him. We were informed because “it’s a mystical thing.”)

    * Samuel Casseus shot dead. (See, picture of Casseus corpse on Shrine video clip)

    * Stanley Phillip (unknown date, Bel Air) executed says witnesses by men-in-black. (See his bullet-riddled body on Shrine clip)
  • Also murdered on Rue Des Frond Forts, Bel Air, was:
    * Steve Blemur (aka Ti Ligonde, unknown date, Bel Air). According to witnesses from the area Ti Ligonde was murdered by a civilian attaché working for the Haitian police named Nason. (Shrine video clip)

  • July 8, 2005
    Massacre at Rue Ti Mas

    * 29 people murdered by Haitian police who entered the area with their civilian attaches and proceeded to murder the inhabitants. Video footage shows bodies are strewed all over Rue Ti Mas and in the corridors and alleyways including body of

    * Jenel Jelin (18 years old).

    * Video shows: In one alleyway lie the bodies of two young brothers.
    Steve Fenelor, 17 years old and TiBout Fenelor, 15 years old. Their bodies riddled by Latortue’s US-bought bullets. The family of the Fenelor brothers are seen on the video describing how Latortue’s men-in-black shot the brothers and even came into their house, pulled out another young family member who was hiding under a bed and shot him in the head dead. Our recorded (interviewed on August 22, 2005) source indicates a total 8 people from this house were murdered that day, July 8, 2005. Testimony of the Fenelor brothers’ grandfather telling how the police shot them without cause is available from the Ezili Danto Witness Project.

  • July 18, 2005
    Bel Air

    * Ruben Brisso and Nadia (18) and four months pregnant, arrested, later found dead in morgue by their family.

    * (According to the mother of Ruben Brisso, Latortue’s men-in-black arrested her son along with his 18-year old girlfriend Nadia who was four months pregnant. They later found the two at the morgue. Their bodies tortured and riddle with bullets. The son was in school and returned to Bel Air simply to take his graduation (baccalaureate) exams, which were scheduled for July______, 2005. The police shot him on July 18, 2005.

    * Claire Antoine tells how she had managed, through great hardship to get her son out of Bel Air so he wouldn’t face this sort of end. The son came to Bel Air just days before his school graduating exams. He was arrested while going for an outing with his girlfriend to buy “fritay” and then beaten, tortured and shot by Latortue’s men-in-black (Grieving mother, Claire Antoine’s testimony, and video footage of tortured bodies of Nadia and Ruben are available on video from the Ezili Danto Witness Program.)

    AUGUST, 2005
    (to be continued)

  • August 5, 2005
    Solino Massacre

  • August 8, 2005 Solino
    - Paramilitary death squads (civilian "attaches") accompanied by the Haitian National Police, dismembered at least 12 young Haitian women, with police-distributed-machetes, some after being wounded by Haitian police. Many of the Haitian women were known as strong grassroots Lavalas community leaders. Their body parts were put by the killers in black plastic bags and thrown into a Solino ditch where dogs could be seeen breaking into the bags to eat the body parts.

  • August 7, 2005

    * 7 more murdered by Haitian police with civilian attaches hacking and chopping bodies with police-issued machete on August 7, 2005

    * Week of August 10 and beginning week of August 15 –more than 20 summarily executed with machetes in Solino and Bel-Air . Genel Gilo was an eyewitness to the execution of a teenage boy. Peterson Larose said he witnessed his 17 year old pregnant girlfriend being hacked to death by paramilitary or civilians attaches accompanying the police officers.

    * Didine Joseph, a 16-year-old girl who was four months pregnant, was macheted to death. “It was poignant because the fetus lived for several minutes after she was killed,” Boukman explained. “It could be seen kicking in her belly. It was really sad. Corpses lay in the streets and dogs fed on them. The situation is horrible.” (Haiti Progres - http://politicalaffairs.net/article/view/1721)

    * A man named "Shaba" – was brutalized in Solino, then cut and sliced with machetes by civilian attaches who came with Haitian police. Shaba wa then burned alive (See also, AHP article, Aug 18, 2005)

    *"Duckens Orius, a cameraman with privately owned Channel 11, filmed the operation. The police attacked him and confiscated his equipment.

    " The State Hospital’s morgue reported receiving forty corpses, killed by bullets, from popular neighborhoods during the second week of August. Those killed by machetes were not counted in that figure.

    "Moroccan Colonel Elouafi Boulbars, MINUSTAH’s spokesman, said that all the victims were “bandits,” the same sobriquet U.S. Marines gave to anyone who resisted their 1915-1934 military occupation of Haiti." (Haiti Progres)

  • Sat. August 20 and Sun. 21, 2005
    At a USAID/OIM-sponsored soccer game patrolled by UN Troops, at the St. Bernadette soccer stadium in Martissant at the Grande Ravine District - 30 people hacked to death by machete or shot on August 20, 2005 by Haitian supported thugs, called and trained, after the coup, as "police," by the US/UN/Canada and France. 5 more were hacked to death on Sun, August 21, 2005. The United Nations has a permanent station just across from the soccer field and Lionel Mondestin and other eyewitnesses, some who attended the Soccer Match and lives in the Grande Ravine area reported UN soldiers were present both on Sat. and Sunday.

    12 or more others were injured Saturday and Sunday in the populist district of Grand' Ravine as a soccer match was taking place.

    "The mutilated victims were accused of being "bandits". ...Lionel Mondestin, one of the leaders of MUR (Republican Unity Movement) who lives in the Grand Ravine district, indicated that some 20 people were murdered during this attack. According to Lionel Mondestin, members of the National Police accompanied by men armed with machetes looking for presumed bandits encircled the neighborhood before the killings started. He also indicated that MINUSTAH officers were present at the scene. Several homes were also set on fire during the grave incidents at Grand Ravine....Several area residents have abandoned their homes for fear of being murdered. Many sectors recently spoke out in condemnation of the distribution of machetes in the populist districts carried out with the intention of finding ways to provoke area residents to kill one another." (Excerpted from AHP report, Aug. 22, 2005)

    Wasnay Alcidas, 21 - Found in the morgue by uncle Luckner Innocent of Grand Ravine. Wasnay Alcidas was shot to death by police six times in the stomach and hacked with a machete by police-led machete weilding mob with UN
    troops just outside the soccer field.

    "The police were working in concert with the same guys doing kidnapping, terrorizing people, raping women. Those are the ones [with the machetes],"Luckner Innocent said. (Newsday.com, Reed, Aug. 28, 2005)

    (Update: AUMOHD reported 50 people were hacked or shot to death, our investigation continues. See the Ezili Danto Witness Project report on the Soccer Massacre)

  • August 26, 2005

    Gonaïves, - "8 people were shot and injured this Friday, in the poor quarter of Raboteau at the Gonaïves, during clashes between two rival gangs of the city".
    August 26, 2005 (AHP)

    AHP "According to our information, these violent incidents are due to the bad distribution of a sum of money between the members of the two gangs.

    In the mean time, members of the Front of Resistance of the Gonaïves demonstrated in the City of Independence to demand better living conditions from the interim authorities.

    The Front members who accuse the people who got to power after Aristide’s departure of exploiting them dishonestly asked that a job creation policy be put in place for the population of this city to bring them out of misery.

    "Our situation was a lot better with the Aristide administration", many of them pointed out.

    The Front of Resistance of the Gonaïves was among the groups who answered the call to arms against Aristide during the uprising of the former opposition in January and February 2004...."

    Bel Air, Solino and Saint Martin

    September 29, 2005

    Dan Sere (Clenched teeth) Killed by MINUSTHA and national police (AHP)

    19 others arrested in two operations led by the MINUSTHA of the UN and national police to stop demonstrations intended on Sept. 30, 2005 against coup d'etat in Haiti.

    Oct. 12, 2005
    Jubilé Blanc and Raboteau
    Gesner was killed in Jubilé Blanc. A young boy from Raboteau (was a member of the Resistance Front of Gonaïves) was hacked to death by machete-wielding residents of Jubilé on Tuesday. (AHP)

    Oct. 1, 2005
    to Oct. 10, 2005

    According to de facto government official, DCPJ spokesperson Frantz Lerebours DCPJ (Central Directorate of the Judicial Police), as part of the campaign against incidents of banditry and organized criminality: 103 people were arrested from Oct. 1, to Oct. 10, 2005.

    Four people were shot dead the week of Oct. 10, 2005: three in Port-au-Prince and one in Tabarre. Four bodies were also discovered: two in Port-au-Prince, one in Delmas and another in Carrefour, said Mr. Lerebours.

    Peterson Larose
    , presumed to be the right hand man of a man known as "Dan Sere" (teeth close together), was arrested in Miragoâne in the company of his concubine, said the police official. (AHP)

    "Dan Sere" is the leader of a band from the populist district of Bel-Air who was killed by MINUSTAH soldiers about 15 days ago. (AHP)

    The DCPJ spokesperson also said that three individuals were arrested and several firearms were seized in the commune of Carrefour through a police operation named "Operation to clean up the commune of Carrefour".

    "According to Frantz Lerebours, this operation has two phases. One consists of ridding the commune of tons of garbage, and the other phase is the fight against crime, which is said to be gaining ground in this area.

    "The three individuals who were arrested are accused of responsibility in acts of murder, kidnapping and armed robbery, said Mr. Lerebours.

    "Frantz Lerebours also announced that the PNH General Directorate will soon proceed with closing down the Antigang Investigation Service as part of the process of modernization of the police force.

    Mr. Lerebours asked members of the public used to dealing with the Anti-Gang service to henceforth bring their concerns to the closest police station." (AHP- Oct 12, 2005)

    October 12, 2005

    2 business owners killed in 24 hours.
    Honoré Archange, owner of the Murray Auto Parts, was killed Oct. 12, 2005 in the commune of Delmas by kidnappers. The kidnappers shot Honore after he resisted, dumped his body in the street and then drove off in his car with his wife and two children (AP and AHP). A short time earlier, the owner of the Stephia Hotel was killed. (AHP)

    Police reported more than 50 kidnappings in September, 2005. (AP, Oct. 12, 2005 by Alfred De Montesquiou). "The rash of kidnappings has targeted both poor and prominent Haitians, as well as foreigners.

    "Haitian police and the FBI on Friday (Oct. 7, 2005) helped free 9-year-old U.S. citizen Olivia Geneus, who was kidnapped in the capital last month, the U.S. Embassy said in a statement.

    men were arrested and were extradited to the United States. Yves Jean Louis, 24, and Ernso Louis, 19, could face up to 25 years in prison each if convicted." (AP, Oct 12, 2005)

    October 26, 2005
    Petit Goave

    Jean Dady Ostinè, aka, Ti Kenley fatally shot in the throat by UN troops.
    " Ti Kenley took part in anti-government demonstrations leading up to the Feb. 29, 2004 coup against President Aristide. Petit Goâve Police Chief Rosny Séméac called him a "notorious bandit" who had been actively sought by the police." Haiti Progres, November 2-8, 2005

    November 8, 2005

    15 wounded, 2 dead and 3 people arrested. On Tuesday, November 8, 2005, UN tanks (with canons mounted on them, but tanks without threads) and helicopters attacked in Haiti, firing into Site Soley - a 23 yr old woman, a man in his early forties were killed, and, at nine o'clock this same day, 3 people were arrested. The UN tanks were active in several of the 34 regions of the Site Soley area. There were two tanks from the Peruvian "peacekeeping contingent shooting in the direction of Belle court and another tank shooting in the direction of the Boston neighborhood of Site Soley. "The cannons from these tanks were issuing projectiles which, when they hit the ground, would explode and anybody who was around there might very well get hit by shrapnel or explosive....And there was one man who had bullets in the head, at the time he wasn’t yet dead, and they took him there; I don’t know if he was the one that was killed or not. So, it’s a continuing assault on the poor neighborhoods. They come in there, people are being hit in their house, because a lot of these houses they are very flimsy, they are like shanties, they are made of cardboard and tin and sometimes cement blocks. Some are hit in their house, some are hit on their way to work; some are coming home from work. So it is an assault on the civilian population; it is basically
    almost a genocidal assault." (Dave Welsh on Flashpoints or listen to Kreyol audio report direct on the scene of this international crime against unarmed civilians in Haiti with sounds of the genocidal UN bullets flying and Haitian people dying on Lakounewyork.com November 8, 2005 and November 9, 2005)

    November 9, 2005

    November 15, 2005

    HLLN comment on the continuing occupation of Haiti: In what should be a community police function, military soldiers from the multinational UN contingent (The 21st century Lerclerc brigade) are executing, not arresting, "suspected criminals" in Haiti with no judicial oversight and against the Geneva Convention and other well established rules for military engagement and clearly beyond "peacekeeping" functions which normally means MEDIATION between two political different armed groups. But because Haiti is weak, poor and Black, profiling of Lavalas supporters is the standard to determine whether a Haitian male is "a gang member" standards of law seem suspended for this nation by the international community (US, Canada, France) and the UN. (See, Justin Podur's "Two Faced In Haiti" for further details. See also "Undermining Haiti", where Mark Weisbrot writes: "The Bush Administration and its allies seem to be hoping that Haiti is just too poor and too black for anyone to care about whether democratic, constitutional or even human rights are respected there. They have also cited the violence from both sides of the conflict to disguise the fact that most of that violence is directed at supporters of the ousted government to prevent them from returning to power through a fair election.

    On November, at least 4 Haitian men, called "gang members" killed by UN troops. 12 other residents killed in Site Soleil according to Site Soleil men described as "gang members" by an AP report. Below, according to AP report by Alfred de Montesquiou for Nov. 15, 2005:

    "The bodies of two young men were displayed by gang members in the slum. U.N. military spokesman Col. El Ouafi Boulbars said the bodies of two other
    suspected gang members were turned over to police.

    Gang members say at least a dozen people have died in the area over the past week. U.N. military spokesman Col. El Ouafi Boulbars said it was not possible to provide an exact death toll, but confirmed that several suspected gang members had been killed in recent clashes.

    Boulbars said peacekeepers arrested 29 suspected gang members during
    Tuesday's raid.

    Over the weekend, peacekeepers killed one suspect during a series of sweeps to root out well-armed gangs in several areas of the capital, a U.N.
    statement said. Peacekeepers also made nine arrests and seized an unspecified number of weapons and stolen vehicles.

    "The situation is very tense. We're reacting to heavy pressure from the gangs and the situation has begun to degenerate," Boulbars said.

    There have been no reports of U.N. casualties in the latest violence,
    Boulbars said.Gang leader William Batiste accused U.N. peacekeepers of firing without provocation and of wounding unarmed civilians in the crossfire.

    "They shoot at us every single day," Batiste said. "It's persecution.""


    Partielle liste des victimes - Site Soley (Presented at AUMOHD
    press conference, May 3, 2006)
    4, Delmas 47 et Rue BOUKMAN
    Phone : (509) 2133089 / 424 33 34 / 5094591987
    Email : aumohddwamoun@yahoo.fr
    1.- Fedia RAPHAEL, âgée de 15 ans, tuée (fusillée) le samedi neuf (9) Avril 2005, à 8 heures du matin à Projet Drouillard L-12 Cite Soleil alors qu’elle allait acheter du café pour sa mère.
    Personne responsable pour la victime :
    Sa mère, Philiane ALTEUS
    Adresse : Projet drouillard – Cite Soleil
    2.- Annette MOLERON, mère de huit (8) enfants, identifié au numéro : 0707-99-1961-07-00023. Elle a été tuée (fusillée) le quatre (4) Janvier 2006 à Bois neuf Cite Soleil par les soldats Jordaniens de la mission des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en Haïti, MINUSTAH.
    Personne responsable pour la victime :
    Dieuno EDME, son mari.
    Adresse : Bois neuf prolongé (marché Bois neuf)
    3.- Jean BEREL JEAN, tué (fusillé) le quinze (15) avril 2005 par les soldats de la mission des Nations unies pour la stabilisation en Haïti MINUSTAH.
    4.-Labonte EMMANUEL âgé de 20 ans, tuée (fusillé) le 22 Novembre 2004.
    5.-Lessone DOCIUS, père de six (6) enfants tué (fusillé) le 24 Novembre 2005 sur le chantier de son travail a projet Drouillard, Cite Soleil..
    Personne responsable : son frère, Renal DOCIUS
    6.- Smith LAURENT tuée (fusillé) le 5 Décembre 2005.
    7.- Georges COLBERT, age de 18 ans. Il a été victime le 1er Février 2006 selon lui et ses parents par les soldats Jordanien de la Mission pour la Stabilisation en Haïti, MINUSTAH, basés à Cite Soleil à la partie droite de la route neuve. Il a été touche au testicule, à la cuisse droite et au pied droit.
    Profession : Cireux de chaussures
    Hôpital fréquenté : hôpital St Joseph de Turgeau puis il a été transférée à Pacot par les médecins sans frontières.
    Etat actuel de la victime : imputation de son testicule droit, le talon droit endommagé (déplacement à béquille difficilement) et thérapie en cours.8.- Mesilhomme JOSEPH, âgé de 30 ans de profession constructeur de maison, père de trois (3) enfants. Il a été victime le 1 Février 2006 à 9 heures du matin selon lui et ses parents par des projectiles des soldats jordaniens de la MINUSTAH à Cite Soleil.
    Partie du corps atteinte : Colonne vertébral et au bas de la poitrine gauche.
    Hôpital fréquenté : hôpital St Joseph à Turgeau puis à Pacot.
    Etat actuel de la victime : Thérapie en cours, un projectile est encore dans sa colonne vertébrale.
    9.- Charles LOUIDIA, un mineur de seize (16) mois. Elle a été victime le 17 Janvier 2006 a cite Soleil (projet drouillar) au niveau de sa hanche gauche lors d’un affrontement entre des gens armes et des soldats de la MINUSTAH.
    Hôpital fréquenté : Sainte Catherine de LABOURE.
    Etat actuel de la victime : relativement et thérapie en cours.10.- Mélan LUNDY, un enfant de neuf ans (9) il a été victime le 4 Janvier 2006 au marché de Bois Neuf, il allait acheter du charbon, au moment d’une ’intervention des soldats Jordaniens de la MINISTAH
    Partie du corps touchée : Poignet droit avec une cartouche.
    Témoins : Ronald ROMAIN et sa mère, Marie Lonise LUNDY.11.- Emilienne MANACE, Age de 36 ans, mère de trois (3) enfants elle a été victime le 4 Janvier 2006 vers 5 heures du soi, il a été touché au genou gauche.
    Lieu de l’action : au marché de bois neuf, Cite Soleil.
    Auteur de l’action : Intervention de la MINISTAH (selon les parents)
    OCCUPATION : Petit détaillant
    Hôpital : Hôpital St Joseph / Médecin sans Frontières.
    Preuve : Papiers médicaux
    Etat de la victime : un projectile est encore au genou.
    12.- Ladouceur NICOLAS, père de trois (3) enfants, victimes le 6 Juillet 2005 pendant une intervention des soldats de la MINUSTAH. Il a été touché d’un projectile au pied droit. Il a été transporté a l’hôpital St Joseph/ chez les médecins sans frontières. Il prote une plaie au niveau du pied droit. Il faut noter que ce monsieur était deja un handicapé, son cas devient vraiment compliqué
    13.- Edeline PIERRE LOUIS, âgée de 30 ans, mère de 5 enfants de profession petit détaillant, victime le 6 Juillet 2006 a Bois Neuf, Cite Soleil a son domicile il était 5 heures du matin. Elle a perdue subséquemment un bébé de 7 mois qu’elle portait. Elle a été touchée au ventre et au bras gauche. Elle a été transportée à l’hôpital St Joseph de turgeau ou elle se fait soignée par les médecins sans frontières.
    14.- Brice OSNER, père de 3 enfants de profession petit détaillant. Il a été victime par 3 projectiles au bras droit à Cite Reno (Cite Soleil) le 25 Mai 2005. Il a été hospitalisé a l’hôpital St joseph. Il a eu une imputation de son bras droit.
    Pour toutes informations supplémentaires y relatives, contactez :
    A l’adresse suivante :
    4, Delmas 47
    Me. Evel FANFAN
    Phone : 509-4243334 et 509-4591987
    Skype : evelfanfan
    E-mail : fanfanmel@yahoo.fr

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