Haitian Boston Diaspora Mourns Death of Retired Policeman Yves Dambreville

Haiti Diaspora News -- The Haitian community in Boston is mourning the death of one of their own, retired Haitian-American Boston police detective Yves Dambreville, 66, who was shot and killed in Port-au-Prince during a recent visit.

PHOTO: Yves Dambreville, Retired Haitian-American Boston Policeman
PHOTO: Yves Dambreville, Retired Haitian-American Boston Policeman

KREYOL: Diaspora Haitien nan BOSTON ap kriye... Yo pèdi Yves Dambreville, yon Policier Haitien-Americain retraité ki mouri anba bal atoufè nan Port-au-Prince... Kisa ou panse de sa???

Yves Dambreville was in a vehicle with former Haiti Police chief Jean Nesly Lucien when unidentified gunmen opened fire on the vehicle killing Dambreville and wounded the former chief of Police.

Also read: Haiti Crime - Former Police Chief Jean Nesly Lucien Shot Twice in Port-au-Prince, 1 Dead

Yves Dambreville, a Vietnam War veteran, had retired to homeland Haiti after serving the Boston Haitian community for nearly four decades.

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Beatrice says...

Also, in Haiti, people.

DO NOT RIDE CARS WITH FRIENDS.

YOU DON'T KNOW THEM ANYMORE.

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Beatrice says...

Also, in Haiti, people.

DO NOT RIDE CARS WITH FRIENDS.

YOU DON'T KNOW THEM ANYMORE.

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Beatrice says...

Well, that is pretty much the fate of all retirees in Haiti from overseas.

They are assassinated.

Because in Haiti people are assassinated on a regular basis.

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