Haiti Photo Stories

Every picture has a story to tell... Here you will find a list of Haiti photo stories, a blog where I tell you when, where and why a Haiti photo was taken.

Professeur Patrice Michel Derenoncourt, kidnapped in Haiti late October 2021

Professeur Patrice Michel Derenoncourt, kidnapped in Haiti late October 2021

Professeur Patrice Michel Derenoncourt is a college professor in Port-au-Prince Haiti who was kidnapped on his way from teaching.

As of the publishing of this picture it was not yet known whether or not the professor was released what pay $900,000 US ransom was demanded for his release.

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Justice is sleeping in Haiti - The justice system has been put to sleep by crooked politicians and a corrupt oligarchy

Justice is sleeping in Haiti - The justice system has been put to sleep by crooked politicians and a corrupt oligarchy

In how many country in the world do you hear that judges of the Supreme Court are constantly plotting to overthrow president?

In which other country but Haiti have you heard about the Chief Justice is involved and the assassination of the president?

There's no justice in Haiti. The justice system is sleeping. Or is this the in Haitian Creole, La Justice ap Dòmi.

In this picture, what you are looking at is a graffiti on a wall, a mural in Haiti showing the justice system fast asleep.

As if by coincidence, a Haitian citizen stands in front of the mural, he seems lost like he doesn't know which direction to go.

Gade photo saa... yon graffiti sou yon mur an Haiti ki montre la justice an Haiti ki ap domi, yon citwayen menm kanpe pou kont li, li pa konnen ki wout pou li fè...

Wow... Kisa-w panse de sa?

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This is a response to Le Nouveliste Journalist who complained about insecurity in Martissant Haiti

This is a response to Le Nouveliste Journalist who complained about insecurity in Martissant Haiti

Let me translate it for you...

Every time the police arrest a bandit you guys kept saying there are militants.

Every time the police intervenes in these areas you hear it is a massacre.

So stop blabbering your mouth.

Whenever there are police interventions in these areas there will always be collateral damage. There will always be victims because the people who stand with these bad guys will suffer the same consequences as these bandits.

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After Martelly/Lamothe arrested rich man Clifford Brandt, kidnapping stopped in Haiti for a very long time. Who do they have to arrest this time?

After Martelly/Lamothe arrested rich man Clifford Brandt, kidnapping stopped in Haiti for a very long time. Who do they have to arrest this time?

There was a lot of kidnapping in Haiti a while ago. Then president Michel martelly and prime minister Laurent Lamothe arrested in Rich man Clifford Brandt and all of a sudden kidnapping stopped.

Makes me wonder who's behind all of this kidnapping in Haiti right now?

Who do they have to arrest this time for the kidnapping to stop?

PHOTO: Clifford Brandt Tet Kale, La Police Kenbe misye...

Gade photo saa... Clifford Brandt Tet Kale, La Police Kenbe misye nan Cornillon Grand Bois sou yon taxi moto

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Haitian Journalist Roberde Celine dit Bob C., L'original, le vrai, l'unique en son genre!

Haitian Journalist Roberde Celine dit Bob C., L'original, le vrai, l'unique en son genre!

Love him, hate him, every Haitian who tunes in for daily news from Haiti in the morning knows who Roberde Celine alias Bob C is, L'original, le vrai, l'unique en son genre!

Papa Pèp!!! LOL...

Le credo du peuple Haitien!

Bob C. Is the host Premye Okazyon, the Creole morning news on Radio caraibes FM, with co-host Guerrier Dieuseul and Pierre Renel Rene, affectionately call PRR by Bob C.

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Getting around in Haiti: Martissant, a woman is being carried from a Taxi Moto to a Taxi Moun

Getting around in Haiti:  Martissant, a woman is being carried from a Taxi Moto to a Taxi Moun

Look at this photo... Haiti - They say a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is this one worth?

Martissant Haiti after a heavy rainfall, a woman is being carried from a motorcycle taxi onto a man's back (we call that Taxi Moun) to get across the muddy streets to safety without dirtying her beautiful sandals..

What do you think about that?

Reply with your comments

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Young Haitian American diaspora enjoying her vacation in Boca chica Dominican Republic instead of the northern beaches of Haiti

Young Haitian American diaspora enjoying her vacation in Boca chica Dominican Republic instead of the northern beaches of Haiti

I received this picture from a young Haitian American diaspora who decided to enjoy her sunny Caribbean vacation in Boca chica, Dominican Republic when she could have been chilling in Haiti but...

She wanted to go to the beach and enjoy a few days off hard work in New York. Instead of going to Haiti where are there exist many beautiful white sandy beaches, she decided to go to the neighboring Dominican Republic where the sun shines the same and at least it's safer.

Sure could have been at a Cotes-des- Haiti there is a very nicem all-inclusive Beach Resort Hotel there but how can she get there safely with all that insecurity in Haiti.

Too bad for the Haitian tourism industry.

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The Dominican Republic - This is what happens when this political stability in a country - Haiti take notice

The Dominican Republic - This is what happens when this political stability in a country - Haiti take notice

I strongly suggest people in politics in Haiti take time to read the article below.

You will truly understand why a country like the Dominican Republic is moving forward and a country like Haiti is sinking deeper in the hole that President Donald Trump spoke about.

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Hotel Le manguier - Les Cayes Haiti

Hotel Le manguier - Les Cayes Haiti

Here is a photo of hotel Le Mangier in the City of Les Cayes Haiti. This hotel belongs to former Haitian Senator Gabriel fortune.

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Haiti First Lady Martine Moise taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital in South Florida

Haiti First Lady Martine Moise taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital in South Florida

Following the assassination of Haitian president jovenel Moise, first lady Martine Moise was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital in South Florida to be treated for her wounds during the attack.

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