Haitian sentenced to 30 years for murder in Dominican Republic after extradition from Haiti

A Haitian man who ran from the Dominican Republic (DR) to come hide in Haiti after committing a crime was extradited back to DR where he received a 30 year sentence for murder.

PHOTO: Haitian National Guerno Touloute in the Hands of Dominican Police accused of Murder
PHOTO: Haitian National Guerno Touloute in the Hands of Dominican Police accused of Murder

Guerno Touloute was sentenced on June 15 to spend the next 30 years in a Dominican prison for the murder of Carmen Amberis Diaz.

Touloute murdered Ms. Diaz outside her home then carrying her lifeless body into her bathroom and then proceeded to stealing a computer, a cellphone, some cash and a safe before he fled the scene.

Pursued for murder in the neighboring Dominican Republic, Touloute fled to Haiti, his homeland, hoping to escape paying the price for the crime. Haitian authorities captured in and extradited him back to the Dominican Republic to pay for his crime.

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Marlenea says...

J'espere que le gouverment en ferait de meme lorsqu'une persone est rechercher pour avoir commetre de crime en Haiti et aille se cacher en dominicani.

il doivent les extradite pour la pousuie en justice

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Carly says...

No, they wouldn't. I don't even think any Dominicans have ever been sentenced in DR for murdering

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Rza says...

I wonder if the role were reverse will the Dominican Government sent the Dominican native back to Haiti to pay for his

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