Haiti has entered its sixth week of protest demonstrations with tens of thousands demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse.
Massive crowds marched through affluent neighborhoods over the weekend, spilling oil and burning tires while riot police blocked roads.
Haitians have long been fed up with poverty, scarcity and corruption. The country is one of the poorest in the Western Hemisphere with more than half the population living on less than $2.40 a month.
I’m always leery of stories of this magnitude that do not make mainstream media but something about this alleged confession is intriguing to say the least.
Anybody fact checked this? Are we believing this or nah?
[If you are experiencing quality issues with video, view the confession here and here]
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Supporters of the Tivoli Gardens businessman believe that he was railroaded as a result of a calculated and well planned political witchhunt orchestrated by the Jamaican People’s National Party (PNP).
To his community he was a beloved robinhood figure who reduced crime, provided opportunity and funded education and advancement for the residents of the west Kingston garrison.
In 2017 Coke was transferred to a low level security prison in Fort Dix, New Jersey. He is making use of his time behind bars by studying theology.
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This eye opening documentary goes deep inside the trenches of Haiti’s biggest prison.
Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the Caribbean and the world, is plagued with extreme crime and poverty.
The film highlights the severe overcrowding and uncontionably inhumane conditions that inmates are forced to live in inside the prison. It also exposes the brazen corruption within the Haitian judicial system.
This place makes Pelican Bay or Rikers Island look like a 5 star resort in comparison. I don’t doubt that US prisoners have it hard behind bars but inevitably nothing compares to the struggle in foreign prisons. Mainly because they have absolutely no regulations or regard for human life.
It’s impossible to fathom anyone living under such diabolical conditions.