I think he died in Pont Rouge... That's what every Haitian and...

Santia - October 18 2012, 9:51 AM

I think he died in Pont Rouge...

That's what every Haitian and international history books have said...

I mean those are Historians who have studied history...

I do not trust Wikipedia as anybody can edit a story and add their own...

Unless I hear that he died at Petion's house from an historian, it's just bogus to me..

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