Son of Haitian Colonel Michel Francois Murdered In Honduras

Jean-Michel Francois, son of former Haitian army colonel Michel Francois, was shot and killed in Honduras earlier this week.


Haiti House of The Dead

Exiled with his father since the age of 6, the now 23-year-old law school student was walking in the street, in the Medina neighborhood of the city of San Pedro Sula Honduras, when was fatally shot and wounded by armed gunmen who were traveling in two vehicles, authorities say.

Jean-Michel Francois was taken to the hospital and later died from his injuries.

His father, Lieutenant Colonel Michel Francois, is a once FEARED army colonel in Haiti and co author of the September 30, 1991 coup d'etat that overthrew Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

Despite who his father is, the fact still remains that a young Haitian law student has just been murdered in Honduras.

Our condolences to his family and friends...

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Jean says...

Good for him! for all the crimes that were commited! and now What about Nico

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Bonhomme says...

My sympathies to my friends Dr Francel Francois, Price Francois, Gefrard Francois et Michel Francois.

It's really sad after 30 years living in Europe I only receive bad news coming from you brothers.

Be strong God is with you all brothers

I love you all hopping one day to see you all again.

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Julien says...

I WISH HIS FAMILY THE BEST BECAUSE OUR FATHER GOD TELL US WE HAVE TO LOVE ONE AND OTHER TO ME MICHEL FRANCOIS FAMILY LOST A LOVE ONE WE HAVE TO PRAY FOR

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Lalo says...

menm fami kriminel yo li kon doule lammo jodi

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Minou says...

au revoir mon

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Jijine says...

what goes around comes

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Jeff Herard says...

Talk sense to a fool and he calls you foolish.

~ Euripides

Prayer n thought to the Francois' family...

SIN PAKA PADONE E VINI ANSANM, PAP JANMEN GEN YON BON E VRE HAITI ANKOR..

L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE

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Sergo Jean says...

Monche map di ou antan ke ayisyen conpotman sa yo pa bon .eseye pou ta chanje tet ou paske sa ou di yo pa bon.mwen pa connen ou te fe loi ni ou bay loi pou yon mounn pa fe tel bagay .tout bagay apatien a Dieu e se li ki bay lois pou mounn obeyi si yon mounn pa respecte yo se devan Le Grand Dieu sa ou pral paret pou juje selon sa ou te fe.Si ou pa ta vle tann le ya se pou ale devan yon juj ke leta mete pou al pote plent pou mounn sa. Pitit colonel Francois nan anfans li petet pat gen ase de compreansyon pou di papa pa fe sa, si ou fe sa li pap bon e mwen ta renmen ou fe yon bagay retire Michel Francois nan place li te ye a e mete tet ou ladan di si ou te ou menm kisa ou tap fe pou we sa cap vin nan tet ou epi bon repons ou jwen ladan li a ou met al candida Haiti map vote pou ou nan elecsyon pou vin nan nipot pos nan peyi a.Se leson sa lide nou yo an Haiti pa pran ki fe ou we Haiti consa sof critike san fe anyen paske toujou gen yon lot mounn ki

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Sergo Jean says...

I hope his family will forgive those who did that.It's very sad, and I hope the family will see him again one day. Because I do believe that the plan of restoration is requisite with the justice of God;for it is requisite that all things should be restored to their proper order.Behold, it is requisite and just, according to the power and resurrection of Christ, that the soul of man should be restored to its body, and that every part of the body should be restored to itself.And it is requisite with the justice of God that men should should be judged according to their works were good in this life, and the desires of their hearts were good, that they should also, at the last day, restored unto that which is

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Sandra Laroche says...

My sympathies to the Francois Family.

I attended school with one of his older sisters at Christ Roi. May his rest in

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