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Haiti - Elections : 3 billposters found dead (UPDATE 09-03-2011)
08/03/2011 17:23:57

Haiti - Elections : 3 billposters found dead (UPDATE 09-03-2011)
Two men, billposters, Emmanuel Frantz Louis, 30 years, and Stevenson Jeune, 23 years, of the candidate Mirlande Manigat were found dead. A third man known only under the name of Marco can not be located. The bodies were discovered Tuesday by their families who were concerned about their disappearance. who were concerned about their disappearance. "My husband and two comrades were taken Saturday by a police patrol while they putting up pictures of Mirlande Manigat near the presidential palace. We found their corpses in the morgue of General Hospital" said the wife of one victim.

The National Network for the Defence of Human Rights (RNDDH) has condemned these "summary executions" pointing, the Haitian National Police of Haiti (PNH). This is summary executions. "These people were tortured and executed" has declared Marie-Yolaine Gilles of RNDDH to the AFP. She asks the PNH officials to initiate an investigation without delay "The police car is identified, the officer in charge of the patrol is known" she added.

Local media reported that the candidate Mirlande Manigat would have gone to the morgue, but refused comment. A Justice of the Peace of Port-au-Prince has certified the deaths, but declined to make statements.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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