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Haiti - Justice : The judge Carvès explained the law to Duvalier
21/01/2012 06:49:24

Haiti - Justice : The judge Carvès explained the law to Duvalier
The former Haitian President Jean-Claude Duvalier, convened yesterday Friday was heard by the Judge Jean Carvès. According to his lawyer Reynold Georges "The investigating judge Jean Carvès asked my client to remain peaceful within the limits of Petion-ville," recalling that the judge is "the under pressure of the human rights organizations who confuse justice with revenge and hatred" adding that every time Jean Claude Duvalier moves, he attracts many people and more and more supporters, "it bothers some political sectors..."

After a 20 minutes meeting with Jean Claude Duvalier, Judge Jean Carvès told the media "...you know that Jean-Claude Duvalier is under house arrest [...] in the order of house arrest, there are restrictions that say that the movements and home visits are limited, when he can receive people , when he can move, as well as the territorial limits of his movements [...] sometimes he sends a request to warn us that he moves and to obtain an authorization [...] but since I'm in the closing phase of the order and that I see he does movements, that sometimes I have not authorized, I was obliged to convene him today [...] today I said him for the last time, a judge, an authority does not speak twice, an order is an order, I do not pretend to make an abuse, but when you break the law, you fall under the law [...]" adding that if necessary he would apply the law, to send him to the National Penitentiary "until I give the closing order that I am writing [...] He will know his fate at the end of January..." added the Judge Carvès.

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