Corruption : “Ti-Geste” ou Gesner Champag

July 30, 2012
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So 20 min at 400 F is too hot for a Sig…

Le gouvernement Martelly-Lamothe aurait signe un contrat avec SIG SAUER pour l’achat de 15,000 armes automatic P-250 par l’entremise de Gesner Champagne “Ti Geste” le beau frere de Martelly.

“Ti Geste” est ” le mari” de Claudia St-Remy la soeur de la première dame.

Les rumeurs cours au Palais National que cette dernière serait l’amante a titre de Martelly et que “Ti Geste” acceptait volontier la situation en échange de sa participation dans des contrats juteux.

Malgré la qualité douteuse des P250 Sig Sauer et le prix de  exagérer du contrat,  Le sénat semble sourd a toutes ces plaintes de corruptions.

La Police Dutch vient tout recemment de canceler une commande de 45,000 armes de poing P250  après que l’arme est échoué les test  ballistics et de contrôle de qualités. (Voir l’article ci-dessous)

la Police Haïtiennes encore une fois payera les frais d’une administration corrompu, et se retrouvera avec des armes  défectueux face a des adversaires lourdement armes et déterminé a faire régner cette nouvelle dictature qui se dessine.

http://vuurwapenblog.com/2011/11/11/sig-continues-series-of-embarrassing-pistol-tender-failures/

Continues Series of Embarrassing Pistol Tender Failures

Last year, Sig Sauer’s P250 lost the ATF handgun tender because of significant reliability issues. Sig’s response was to improve the pistol – no, wait, their response was to appeal to the GAO, saying in part that the ATF put too much of an emphasis on reliability. The GAO promptly smacked Sig’s claim down in a pretty embarrassing manner.
Fast forward to this year, where Sig’s big contract with the Dutch police for the P250 was pretty much the only thing the company had to crow about. Frankly, I was surprised that the P250 had won anything. Now, it turns out that my suspicions weren’t misplaced. The Dutch have rejected the P250 for unspecified issues that would place police officers in danger. To put it mildly, they don’t seem happy with Sig or the P250:

On the basis of the results of these tests I no longer find it responsible to continue with this pistol. There is no longer enough confidence in the quality of the pistol, nor in the capacity of the manufacturer to improve the quality or safeguard it. All this brings a risk to the safety of police officers on the street.

Sig wins again.


http://sigtalk.com/news/1417-poor-quality-sig-p250-run-causes-dutch-police-order-cancellation.html

Bad news for our beloved Sig brand!

The Dutch Police approved a contract to employ a variant of the Sig P250 back in January, but have since changed their minds due to failed tests. Apparently, Sig Sauer was required to modify the pistol in order to meet very specific standards, at which point it would be rigorously re-tested. According to the police minister to the Parliament the pistol has failed three tests and been deemed unsafe for use by Dutch police.

The contract was initially for an order of 45,000 sidearms – it will not be easily absorbed by either party.

Corruption : Gesner Champagne alias “Ti-Geste”,  the brother in law of President Martelly well  know for his past involvement in drug trafficking and illegal arms deals, received a kickback of more then US$4,000,000

Corruption : Le frère de Sophia Martelly le dénommé Ti -Geste déjà arrêté aux USA pour trafic d’armes a reçu de son beau frère Michel Martelly  un pot de vin de 4 millions pour l’acquisition de pistolets pour la police et l’armée  totalisant 12 million  sans appel d’offre.
Quand nous parlons d’une bande de criminels à la tête du pays nous savons qui ils sont quand bien même qu’ils se dénomment eux-mêmes  bandit légal. Nous avons affaire à des criminels et des escrocs que les américains et leurs alliés ont sciemment mis à la tête du pays.
Ti Yvon

One Response to “ Corruption : “Ti-Geste” ou Gesner Champag ”

  1. Felix Servius on August 1, 2012 at

    It is alleged that Gesner Champagne was deported from the States some time ago for an involvement with either drug, illegal weapons transactions, or both..