Wow! How about you? What do you deserve for your sins? We need...

Josy - October 24 2012, 11:41 PM

Wow! How about you?

What do you deserve for your sins?

We need to be careful, and killing a person is not a joke. He should serve time in jail, and pay a fine. He must be found guilty first by the court, and I do not trust the judicial system in Haiti.

I do not trust the accusers either, and I will need hard core proofs.

"Complot plus fort passe ounga"

I am not for Brandt, and am not getting paid to defend him. I am not saying he is not guilty, and just want us to be prudent with our comments.

The bible is very clear, and you must forgive others so you can be forgiven.

We like to kill, and destroy too much.

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