Pere Lebrun - Tire Burning In Haiti

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Every time there are protest in Haiti, the protesters often burn tires, They call the tires Pere Lebrun

Where does the name Pere Lebrun come from?

Pere Lebrun was the name of a former tire manufacturer in Haiti whose advertisements showed a smiling black face sticking his head through a tire.

Pere Lebrun was a major retailer of automobile tires in Haiti.


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Cris Pere lebrun is not just the act of burning tires, it's most specifically the act of killing someone by torching a tire around their neck. And Lebrun... see more
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