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Haiti - Insecurity : The bodies of 2 young dancers found murdered and burned
28/06/2020 10:16:44

Haiti - Insecurity : The bodies of 2 young dancers found murdered and burned
Tuesday, June 23, two young dancers Nancy Dorléans (25) and Sebastien Petit aka "Baba" (20) went to a repetition in order to perform next July 2 in the live concert by artist Misty Jean. After they never came back at home...

5 days after their disappearance and intense searches by family, relatives and friends, no request for ransom having been made, the family decided to alert the authorities.

On Friday at the Central Directorate of the Judicial Police, (DCPJ), learned that the police of Tabarre had discovered earlier this week two charred bodies near Uniqua University. Thanks to photos taken at the crime scene, the family despite the state of the bodies has nevertheless be able to identify Nancy Dorléans.

The family in shock, wants to know now what happened and demands justice...

Reacting to this sad news, Pradel Henriquez, the Minister of Culture says he learned "with infinite grief the murder of the two young dancers Sébastien Petit and Nancy Dorleans whose bodies were found in painful circumstances."

Henriquez says he is "intrigued by this double crime which once again affects the cultural sector and which reflects the fragility of artists' lives and the climate of insecurity in which they operate in this society."

The Minister asks the police and judicial authorities to shed light on this double crime which tragically affects both our youth and our culture and presents "his sincere condolences to the families, friends and the community of dancers affected by this mourning."

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