PHOTO: Pierre 'Pierrot' Denize - Former Haiti Chief of Police

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Look at this photo... Joseph Auguste Pierre Denize aka Pierrot Denize, former Chief of Police of Haiti from 1996 to 2001, under the first presidency of Rene Preval.

Pierre Denize died Sunday October 1, 2017, in Florida.

A delegation containing the Current Haiti chief of Police and two former police chiefs left Haiti to attend his funeral.

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