WHICH LEADER IN THE OAS IS TAKING BRIBES FROM PREVAL??

May 3, 2010
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3 May 2010 Albert Ramdin, the number two at OAS – Organization of American States, visited Haiti and met with  leaders of the nation’s political parties. Without exception that all said they were in favor of elections but would not participate with the existing CEP Provisional Electoral Council.  Without exception, the political leaders believe...
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Rainy season threatens earthquake-battered Haiti With many displaced people still living in tent camps, floodwaters could wash away what the temblor didn’t destroy.-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 3, 2010
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Rainy season threatens earthquake-battered Haiti  With many displaced people still living in tent camps, floodwaters could wash away what the temblor didn’t destroy.-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

The first group of residents from the Petionville Club camp were bused to the dust-blown Corail Cesselesse campsite northwest of Port-au-Prince on April 10. (Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles Time) Joe Mozingo April 18, 2010 Reporting from Port-Au-Prince, Haiti Every afternoon the clouds pile up on the high ridges above this collapsed city...
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Adopting Haitian children can mean a long wait: Silverhill family enjoyed fast push through ‘tiny window of opportunity’

May 3, 2010
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Adopting Haitian children can mean a long wait: Silverhill family enjoyed fast push through ‘tiny window of opportunity’

By Press-Register Correspondent May 02, 2010, 8:01AM Bill Starling, Press-Register Staff Photographer—Chris and Natalie Lewis sit in February for a portrait with their 10 children at their home in Stapleton. The children are, from left, front row, Benjamin, Anna Belle, Aden; second row, Joshua, Jasmina, Samuel; and back row, Jorana, Isaac, Hopsanna and Lydia....
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FLASH FLOOD WARNING!!! Haiti to be innundated from above

May 2, 2010
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FLASH FLOOD WARNING!!! Haiti to be innundated from above

1715 Hours May 2, 2010 and a few drop of rain spotted the dusty glass table on our patio. The  droplets increased, forcing us to go inside. 1730 the rain has accelerated rapidly intermittent bolts of lightning with a FLASH – BANG interval of  second, or less, telling me the strikes are very close....
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Scientology, Accused of Snooping on Celebs, Lashes Out at Anderson Cooper-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 2, 2010
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Scientology, Accused of Snooping on Celebs, Lashes Out at Anderson Cooper-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Cult leaders are worried about defector Amy Scobee’s new book, out later this month, which alleges that church leaders snoop in celebrity files for fun. Responding, in the Daily News, spokesman Tommy Davis also spared some ire for Anderson Cooper. The story, in the Rush and Molloy gossip column, alleges that the ‘church’ leader...
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Gov. officials to report on Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 2, 2010
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Gov. officials to report on Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Max HarroldMay 2, 2010 12:02 PM PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI; JANUARY 19, 2010 — Patients wait for treatment by international volunteers at the Family Health Ministries clinic in Cité Soleil, Port au Prince, Haiti, Tuesday January 19, 2009, seven days after a magnitude 7 earthquake that hit the country. Many of the people...
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In Haiti’s shattered capital, metal scavengers take to the streets-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 2, 2010
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In Haiti’s shattered capital, metal scavengers take to the streets-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Metal scavenging and salvaging in Haiti In Port-au-Prince, Haiti, recovery is ongoing and any sense of normal life is still being pursued. To that end, foraging for metal to sell has become a common pursuit for villagers. By Manuel Roig-Franzia Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, April 29, 2010 PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI — They pound concrete....
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Illinois coroner helps ID bodies in Haiti

May 2, 2010
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Illinois coroner helps ID bodies in Haiti

Brad Targhetta, back row, in center, and some of his team outside the collapsed building in Haiti. (Brad B. Targhetta/P-D) BY GREG JONSSON ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 05/02/2010 BRIGHTON — Among the relief efforts directed to Haiti after the devastating earthquake there in January were teams dedicated to providing a less obvious kind of help:...
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Celebs flock to Haiti — but does it help? Celebs who flocked Haiti since the quake aren’t just show ponies. They’ve donated millions, and one is holed up in a tent city as its unofficial ‘mayor.’

May 2, 2010
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Celebs flock to Haiti — but does it help? Celebs who flocked Haiti since the quake aren’t just show ponies. They’ve donated millions, and one is holed up in a tent city as its unofficial ‘mayor.’

BY TRENTON DANIEL tdaniel@MiamiHerald.com PORT-AU-PRINCE — Only hours earlier, Michelle Obama had drawn a purple fish for a bunch of kids in a school bus-turned-classroom outside a forlorn tent city. Now here was another celebrity — beefy bodyguards in tow — wandering the same dusty grounds. “I’m Ben,” said Ben Stiller, looking like a...
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Tejada, Orioles have not forgotten Haiti Infielder presents aid check from team’s charitable foundation

May 2, 2010
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Tejada, Orioles have not forgotten Haiti Infielder presents aid check from team’s charitable foundation

Infielder presents aid check from team’s charitable foundation By Brittany Ghiroli / MLB.com BALTIMORE — Prior to Friday’s series opener against the Red Sox, infielder Miguel Tejada presented Project Medishare with a check for $25,000 from the Orioles Charitable Foundation to assist in its relief efforts in Haiti.The morning after the earthquake, Tejada was busy tracking down...
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Haiti demands bribe to clear Stockton relief shipment-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 2, 2010
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Haiti demands bribe to clear Stockton relief shipment-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Courtesy Rob Connor, head of maintenance at Quail Lakes Baptist Church, loads relief supplies onto an 18-wheeler bound for Miami and Haiti. By Michael Fitzgerald Record Columnist May 02, 2010 12:00 AM We’re used to various forms of legalized bribery in the American political process. Far less often do we encounter officials blatantly demanding...
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Haiti’s Son Provides Source of Hope for Homeland Indianapolis Wide Receiver Pierre Garcon Distributes Free Food, Helps Rural Orphanage Provide Children Home

May 2, 2010
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Haiti’s Son Provides Source of Hope for Homeland  Indianapolis Wide Receiver Pierre Garcon Distributes Free Food, Helps Rural Orphanage Provide Children Home

Lyons/Getty Pierre Garcon, whose parents were born in Haiti, proudly displays country’s flag after Colts’ 20-3By Jeff Glor Indianapolis Colt Pierre Garcon gives out food in Haiti. (CBS) The “CBS Evening News” anchor returns to Haiti three months after a devastating earthquake struck the country (CBS) After Pierre Garcon caught the winning touchdown pass...
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Preparing Haiti for Exploitation and Plunder-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 2, 2010
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Stephen Lendman – Writer Preparing Haiti for Exploitation and Plunder – by Stephen Lendman Over 15 weeks post-quake, Haiti’s imperial takeover is proceeding. It began straightaway after the calamity, Haitians victimized by denied aid, appalling repression, and now dispossession of their land, homes, and communities. More on that below. On April 16, The New...
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FLASH-FLASH-FLASH May 1, 2010 OBAMA PLANS HAITIAN VISIT

May 1, 2010
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FLASH-FLASH-FLASH  May 1, 2010  OBAMA PLANS HAITIAN VISIT

Michelle Obama’s recent sortie into Haiti was a mission to test the waters for a  visit by President Obama. Secret Service representatives have already been in communication with Port-au-Prince embassy staffers regarding the president’s possible security problems, if any, during such a visit. One of President Obama’s  closest political advisors is Patrick Gaspard, from...
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Struggle goes on in Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 1, 2010
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By Karen Middleton karen@athensnews-courier.com — Nearly five months later, the masonry roof of a destroyed building rests on debris a few feet off the ground and from inside the ruins emanates the unmistakable stench of a rotting body.

Certified Nurse Midwife Roberta Ress of Athens, who just returned from Pernier, Haiti, where she went with...
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STATE OF EMERGENCY/SIEGE SIMPLY A PROTECTION FOR PREVAL AGAINST JUSTIFIED PUBLIC OUTCRY AGAINST HIS CRIMES.

May 1, 2010
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STATE OF EMERGENCY/SIEGE SIMPLY A PROTECTION FOR PREVAL AGAINST JUSTIFIED PUBLIC OUTCRY AGAINST HIS CRIMES.

May 1, 2010 We have a very dangerous situation in place. The international community has effectively turned control of all funding to President Rene Preval, a man who has – on a continuous basis – proved he should not b trusted with a penny. After all, he has stolen  $198,000,000 from the Panamanian accounts...
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Vietnam’s Viettel Invests in Haiti’s Telecoms Market

May 1, 2010
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Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator, Viettel has signed a deal to upgrade Haiti’s fixed line network in the country’s largest foreign direct investment after the earthquake. Under a public-private partnership structured by World Bank’s IFC, Viettel will initially invest US$59 million, and an additional US$40 million over four years, to upgrade services offered by...
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MISSION OF HOPE GIVES HOPE – OPENS NEW PROSTHESIS FACILITY

May 1, 2010
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APRIL 19, 2010 TETEYEN As one drives up the coastline, between Port-au-Prince and St. Marc,  the journey traverses a wide, desolate plain between scrub-covered mountains and the sea. A  mile before the  bustling peasant market of Teteyan, which fills out both sides of the road, is a large scar on the otherwise grey-green landscape.  ...
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Foreign minister Cannon to visit Haiti

May 1, 2010
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Foreign minister Cannon to visit Haiti

OTTAWA — Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon announced Friday he will visit Haiti from May 5 to 7 to review reconstruction efforts following January’s devastating quake. “Haiti is at a turning point in its history, and this trip will be an opportunity to reiterate to our Haitian partners that Canada will stand by Haiti as...
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Resolution would recognize GA effort in Haiti relief

April 30, 2010
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Resolution would recognize GA effort in Haiti relief

By AOPA ePublishing staff Co-chairs of the House and Senate General Aviation Caucuses, Reps. Vernon Ehlers (R-Mich.) and Allen Boyd (D-Fla.) and Sens. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) and Mike Johanns (R-Neb.), along with co-sponsors introduced a concurrent resolution this week that recognizes GA’s contributions to the Haiti relief effort in the wake of the devastating...
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