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

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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 crimes. more »

Carly says...

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

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... more »

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