Two Americans jailed for allegedly driving a group of would-be soldiers during a protest demanding the restoration of Haiti’s army face up to three years in prison if convicted on conspiracy charges, a prosecutor said Monday.
Prosecutor Jean-Renel Senatus said in his office at the courthouse that one of the Americans, Jason William Petrie, was of concern because he had confessed in jail to having ties to criminal gangs.
“He has a lot of information he can give us,’’ Senatus told The Associated Press.
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QUOTE-“He has a lot of information he can give us,’’ Senatus told The Associated Press.
This line sounds more like a set-up for getting this American murdered while in Prison. This whole situation is BS because these two Americans were merely providing a ride in a car to some of the soldiers.
I ask you Senatus- Why don’t you arrest some real criminals, like Donald Melton, and American that lives in Haiti selling young Haitian girl’s bodies for sex to foreign visitors, or perhaps arrest some of the people that are bringing in tons of cocaine??? No, you create BS crimes and BS charges, because that is what you are…..a fraud.
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