Monday, March 11, 2019

Ezili Dantò: Inside Story of U.S. and Serb Mercenaries Arrested in Haiti

Core Gang Snipers Released Without Charges

Èzili Dantò on the inside story about the 5 U.S. Mercenaries and 2 Serbs arrested in Haiti on weapons charges and conspiracy to commit crimes that you won't get in the mainstream

There is a wall of silence about U.S. imperialism and atrocities going on in Haiti. If you want to understand the double standards in reporting between the attempted Venezuelan regime change and the Haitian people's struggle for liberation from the US-Western imposed puppet president, UN proxy armies and "hired-violence" foreign mercenaries, watch this Tasneem Conley video interview with Èzili Dantò for the Dustin Nemos channel. This is the inside story you won't get from the corporate or alternative media. Read our full Èzili report about the corrupt Haiti government and US-Core Group "Snipers-For-Hire" - five Americans and two serbs - caught during violent protest suppression. Go to the at website: American Mercenaries Arrested in Haiti Go Free

The U.S. needs to stop propping up the criminal Jovenel Moise regime and let the Haitian people determine their own future. See, Èzili/HLLN photo Album for the picture essay on this story about how the West, billionaire Haiti oligarchy and its puppet Haiti government hires mercenaries to silence Haiti protest to their repression.

Original article at OpEdNews: U.S. and Serb Mercenaries In Haiti

The United States flaunts it's own laws and international law at will #MightMakesRight

Write Paula A. Wolff of the DOJ; ask her why is your department flaunting the rule of law?

"For additional information or questions about the International Prisoner Transfer Program, contact the International Prisoner Transfer Unit (IPTU) at the Department of Justice."

Paula A. Wolff, Associate Director
International Prisoner Transfer Unit
Office of International Affairs
Criminal Division
U.S. Department of Justice
1301 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530

Telephone: (202)514-3173 Fax: (202)514-9003

What is the U.S. State Department policy on the Arrest or Detention of a U.S. Citizen Abroad:
Tips to Avoid Arrest Overseas:
  • Understand that you are subject to the local laws and regulations while visiting or living in the country – follow them.
  • Learn which laws might be different from the laws in the United States. We provide some information for each country on our Country Information pages. For more information on a specific country’s laws, contact that country’s nearest embassy or consulate in the United States before you travel.
We Cannot:
  • Get U.S. citizens out of jail
  • State to a court that anyone is guilty or innocent
  • Provide legal advice or represent U.S. citizens in court
  • Serve as official interpreters or translators
  • Pay legal, medical, or other fees

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Human Rights Lawyer, Ezili Danto is dedicated to correcting the media lies and colonial narratives about Haiti. An award winning playwright, a performance poet, author and lawyer, Ezili Danto is founder of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, runs the Ezili Danto website, listserve, eyewitness project, FreeHaitiMovement, the on-line journal, Haitian Perspectives and Zili Dlo, an Ezili Network project for clean water, renewable power, cultural education and skills transfer for Haiti.

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