I don't blame President Martelly and Lamothe the thief abuse...

Patrick Princivil - June 22 2014, 9:48 PM

I don't blame President Martelly and Lamothe the thief abuse us a lot, curse on MOPOD and the oppositions' party, may of them die under weapons

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