Had Mirlande Liberus Pavert stayed in the United States, the problems of extraditing her would have been overwhelming. She could have claimed the extradition was political and blocked any action for years, if not forever.
And so, an American agency suggested she was about to be arrested. To avoid the net she attempted entry to Brazil, but was rejected and ended up in Argentina, where she was arrested, along with Markington Philippe.
The extradition process, from Argentina to Haiti, will be quicker and will present no embarrassment for the American government.
Representatives of the American embassy visited Aristide at Tabarre. Perhaps they warned him of what the future holds when this pair starts to sing like a pair of canaries.
Perhaps they will die in jail – suicide by swallowing battery acid with their hands tied behind them.
It has happened before.
The stakes are tremendous, as the noose tightens around Aristide’s scrawny neck.
Judge Yvickel Dabrésil Wants To Charge Mirlande Libérus Pavert.
Details of the report filed on January 17 by investigative judge Yvickel Dabrésil are slowly coming to the fore, including the names of the 9 accused of having blood on their shoulders following the April 2000 gunning down of Jean Dominique and a security guard at his radio station, Jean-Claude Louissant.
The accused include former Lavalas Family (FL) senator, Mirlande Libérus Pavert, who has been named as the engineer of the plot, past deputy mayor of Port-au-Prince, Gabriel Harold Sévère, FL activist Sò An, folksinger, who is an American citizen, Annette Auguste, Dimsley Milien, Mérité Milien, Frantz Camille, Markenton Michel, Jeudy Jean Daniel and Toussaint Mercidieu.
Severe was also involved with the sacrifice of a new born baby at Aristide’s residence in March, 2000. Anne Auguste and Jean-Bertrand Aristide coordinated a Voodoo ceremony that saw the baby’s heart cut out and placed in a glass jar, kept in Aristide’s bedroom