Yes, He was assasineted au Pond Rouge pour cette declaration...

Katchapikam Pou Plim - October 19 2012, 3:48 PM

Yes, He was assasineted au Pond Rouge pour cette declaration: apres tous-ce que je viens fait dans le sude, si, les citoyens dans le sude ne cerevolte pas contre moi, qu'ils ont pas des citoyens.

Ayisyen toujou gen gwo tanta e reyi lot san rezon menm le ou goumen pou yo.

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