MAJOR HAITIAN BUSINESSMAN CONSULTS TOP AMERICAN TRIAL ATTORNEY WITH REGARD TO POSSIBLE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST AMERICAN CITIZEN SOPHIE MARTELLY UNDER THE AMERICAN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT.

July 29, 2012
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July 22, 2012

His approach is novel, to say the least.

The Haitian says Sophie is guilty under the Corrupt Practices Act in that she has used  illegally acquired funds to bribe and influence a foreign government official – Michel Martelly – her husband.

It is common knowledge, throughout the Haitian community, that Sophie has demanded, and received bribes, pay-offs, or whatever, from a large number of enterprises wishing to operate in Haiti. The assumption is, that some of this money has reached our president.

This may or may not be true. However, once an action is filed it will eventually go to Deposition and Discovery at which time Sophie will be questioned, under oath, about her various criminal activities.

As an American citizen, she is legally bound to declare all income, legal or illegal, or face penalties.

The IRS was what finally finished of Al Capone.

Perhaps it will see Sophie join  some other notable Haitians, behind bars.

The process promises to be very interesting.

Could be criminal or civil, depending on how the chips fall.

3 Responses to “ MAJOR HAITIAN BUSINESSMAN CONSULTS TOP AMERICAN TRIAL ATTORNEY WITH REGARD TO POSSIBLE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST AMERICAN CITIZEN SOPHIE MARTELLY UNDER THE AMERICAN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT. ”

  1. mario satromo on July 30, 2012 at

    aristide 1-billion–Preval-800-million– yet you dont talk about that–

  2. Admin on July 30, 2012 at

    Mario Satromo- Please take the time to read the rest of the site before making statements like that.

  3. MICHAEL COLLINS on July 31, 2012 at

    Mario, you really haven’t been paying attention to this site.

    We have continually pressed for Aristide’s indictment – along with that of Preval for a number of minor character flaws, such as murder, kidnapping, drug trafficking, massive theft of public resources and parking violations.

    Aristide had $1.5 billions, when he departed, and this must have grown tremendously, even with a mere 5% interest rate.

    Preval took a lot, during his various terms in office, but we can focus on the $198,000,000 from Petro Caribe.

    Unfortunately, actions against this pair will have to be supported by President Martelly and I don’t believe he will allow Aristide’s extradition.

    It is rumored that the DEA requested the extradition of some 30 – 40 on their lists. It is rumored that Martelly refused the request.

    Preval is more of a local case, unless you consider his involvement with the murder of France’s consul by Amaral Duclona. But, of course, the French would have to press this one, and they are mute.

    You should understand one very specific fact.

    We were – and remain Martelly supporters. As such, we shoot whenever there is something to shoot at, in the hope our friend will clean up the act and control those around him.

    Haiti cannot afford to see the Martelly governement fail, but it is on the way to failure right now.

    A successful carnival just delays things.

    School opening will be the next major test and the masses will understand that they have been cheated and lied to.

    Those ar the facts and we are about to run up against them, unless Michel Martelly takes note and then takes actions.

    We are not optimistic.