Jean Jean Roosevelt SOS in Mirebalais Haiti

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Jean Jean Roosevelt SOS in Mirebalais Haiti

Artist Jean Jean Roosevelt: Au secours police National d'haiti , je suis entre mirbalais et la chapelle, des gangs armés ont bloqués la route et séquestrés ma voiture...


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An SOS from Artist Jean Jean Roosevelt went out to Haitian police via social media begging for help: "Au secours police National d'haiti, je...


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