PHOTO: Haiti - Michele Bennett et Michelle Ania Duvalier - Veillée Funèbre Jean Claude Duvalier

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Gade photo saa... Haiti - Ancien premiere dame Michele Bennett avek piti fi li Michelle Ania Duvalier, pitit Jean Claude, nan Veillée Funèbre ancien president Jean Claude Duvalier nan Pax Villa jounen Vendredi 10 Octobre 2014 la...

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Paola Se paske li te bel fanm ki fe a 62 ans li jan ou we li ye a. Anpil grin bak ki lan deyel ki fe ou ka we li konsa. Se tout moun ki vyeyi mon ami. Tou... see more
Reply · July 22 at 5:02 PM
Eddy Edouard Gurda Johnson, You talk this way about this son of a bitch, because you or your family members are not of people that this animal has killed in... see more
Reply · November 27 at 11:01 AM
Georges The Duvalier families are monsters as far as I'M concerned they should go to hell.Ban san honte.
Reply · November 04 at 2:55 PM
Georges what a fool to say when he was there we had everything it was all the same,supid idiot.
Reply · November 04 at 2:42 PM
Gurda Johnson When Jn Claude Duvalier was president in Haiti, we had a country. what do we have right now kidnappers, no electricity, no respect, thieves,and so... see more
Reply · November 03 at 10:21 PM
Dimitri Life a cercle everyone have to go
Reply · October 15 at 4:56 PM
Dimitri Life a cercle everyone have to go
Reply · October 15 at 4:55 PM
Jalo Cius JALO CIUS SAY: IS NOT FAIR NO MATTER WHAT IT'S WE DON'T SUPPOSED DO THAT; TOUS CEUX QUI SONT PASSE'S SONT UNANIMES A DIRE RIEN DE GRAND NE S'EST... see more
Reply · October 14 at 3:35 AM
Polonais Mezanmi jan premiere dame lan te belle fanm. Se laj ou ki ennemi w vre. Mwen kwe gen kod Haiti toujou, fok yo achte yon kod pou yo mare premiere... see more
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