It is a sad situation, we Haitian people have to deal with...

Mr. Ann Jerry Jerome - June 14 2011, 10:35 PM

It is a sad situation, we Haitian people have to deal with! But nevertheless, we have Government in place to deal with issues like that. I wonder what our President going to do about that. Simply talk about it or send his police officers to find whoever commit the crime, I strongly believe that there should be a law in Haiti.

Anyone who kill somebody, should spend the rest of his or her life behind bars where they belong.

I have no tolerant for murders, child molesters, child abusers and Men who love to beat up on a woman.

Those types of people need to stay in jail for the rest of their life, as far as I'm concern.

God bless

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