So be careful our history said that, he was ambushed in the...

Harold Fleurine - October 18 2012, 1:00 AM

So be careful our history said that, he was ambushed in the Pont-Rouge by unloaded rafle bullets of a young Haitian soldier name GABAT how many he supposed to get before he died?.

How in the world he died at Petion house?

I'm not about to believe what those politicians said

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