June 3, 2014
Andre Michel would be eliminated, in a civilized society.
Someone would shoot him.
In Ireland – halfway between primitive and civilized – we would use a bolt-cutter on his balls.
In Haiti, this piece of garbage simply blackmails members of the business community, threatening to tell stories, true or false, about their involvement in PetroCaribe.
If there isn’t any evidence, he will create it.
Truth has nothing to do with Michel Andre’s game.
Playing on the old Irish saying: “Suspicion haunts the guilty mind,” Michel rakes in tens of thousands from people who would rather have their names left out of the PetroCaribe scandal.
He also pays people, working the Social Media, to blacken the reputation of those who do not cooperate, or threaten his ongoing game.
Andre Michel seems to get away with blackmail.
He also seems to have gotten away with murder. Click on the two following references to see how his murder of Frantzy Duverseau has gone unpunished.
There seems to be a shortage of bolt-cutters in Haiti.
The only alternative is to find some brave businessman who will tape Andre Michel’s words, then reveal them to our public.
Otherwise, we will have to pray that God zaps him with a bolt of lightning.
We are not optimistic.
However, the public should listen to Michel Andre’s words with the knowledge that he is nothing more than an opportunistic blackmailer who wrote thousands of dollars, in bad cheques, for furniture.