We Must Kill the Bandits: Kevin Pina Documentary on MINUSTAH, Reviewed By Dady Chery
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Kevin Pina, video | Dady Chery, review, Haiti Chery. This documentary video is the definitive account of Haiti’s most recent anti-imperialist revolt. The video covers the actions of Fanmi Lavalas supporters, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF) with the U.S., Canada and France, and the so-called United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) during the year after Aristide’s removal. (English text, Video in English | Portuguese).

Bye-Bye MINUSTAH! | Bye-Bye MINUSTAH! | Bye-Bye MINUSTAH! | Adeus MINUSTAH!
Dady Chery

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By Dady Chery (French, English) Haiti Chery | Spanish translation by Fernando Moyano | Portuguese translation by Murilo Otavio Rodrigues Paes Leme. This article was first published in Aug 2011 when newly sworn Brazilian Defense Minister Celso Amorim said that he wanted to conclude Brazil’s participation in the notorious United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). The proposed rate of removal of the troops is unacceptably slow, and the reasons I gave for MINUSTAH to leave have become more urgent. (English | French | Spanish | Portuguese)

Michel Martelly, Stealth Duvalierist

By Jeb Sprague, Haiti Liberte. Some 5,000 people were murdered by the soldiers and paramilitaries of the junta that followed Aristide’s kidnapping, thousands more tortured and raped, and hundreds of thousands driven into hiding and exile. Martelly was close to the dreaded Lt. Col. Michel François, who, as Police Chief, was the principal director of the coup’s executioners.By Jeb Sprague, Haiti Liberte. Some 5,000 people were murdered by the soldiers and paramilitaries of the junta that followed Aristide’s kidnapping, thousands more tortured and raped, and hundreds of thousands driven into hiding and exile. Martelly was close to the dreaded Lt. Col. Michel François, who, as Police Chief, was the principal director of the coup’s executioners.By Jeb Sprague, Haiti Liberte. Some 5,000 people were murdered by the soldiers and paramilitaries of the junta that followed Aristide’s kidnapping, thousands more tortured and raped, and hundreds of thousands driven into hiding and exile. Martelly was close to the dreaded Lt. Col. Michel François, who, as Police Chief, was the principal director of the coup’s executioners.