Pou moun san memwa yo, nap raple ka 1e Minis Jacques Edouard Alexis. Canada te retire viza’l pou vyolasyon dwa moun an #Haiti. Ebyen, lè misye tounen 1e minis, yo fè li ekskiz, remèt li Viza ofisyèl, tapi wouj, elatriye! Anmède Martelly pandan w paka bat li, se tan pèdi.
COMMENT By Haitian-Truth
The Canadian/American approach to Visas sometimes leaves people confused. A good example of this was the handling of Aristide associate, Richard Salomon’s case. The FAdH tried and convicted him of the July 26, 1991 murder of 5 teenagers. He was in the National Penitentiary when the Americans ordered his release, to satisfy Aristide. He was taken before a judge, his conviction annulled. The Americans then flew him to Washington , in a USAF C-130, where he was reunited with Aristide and became a key part of his government after the Priest’s return in 1994. Salomon controlled the St Marc flow of drugs and stolen cars for Aristide. Salomon had/has Residence/Citizenship in Canada.
I guess the old saying, “Actions speak louder than words,” applies in some situations.
Salomon murdered 5 teenagers while Martelly simply murdered the spoken language.
Some sort of imbalance here.