There is a painting at Delmas 33 wall of art for sale which...

Jazzy - October 18 2012, 10:21 AM

There is a painting at Delmas 33 wall of art for sale which depicted the untold story behind Dessalines's death.

The paint has Dessaline on one side and Petion on the other with a beautiful Haitian woman in the middle holding a tearred split up Haitian flag. The untold story that Dessaline was seeing one of Petion's woman and she was use to set up a date with Dessaline a trap. Dessaline was sneaking into Port au Prince to see this lady the night before meeting with govt staff.

Therefore, was embushed and killed.

The political complot was set already.

But Petion's girl was used to set him up. Enjoint.

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