Haiti was under arm embargo, when Salim Succar allegedly signed for weapons purchased from Israel. Embargo still in effect.

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Haiti was under arm embargo, when Salim Succar allegedly  signed for weapons purchased from Israel. Embargo still in effect.

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In the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Florida, a default judgment (no trial) was entered in favor of Mr. Salim Succar, when the Chairman of our organization missed an important court date in a fraudulent defamation filed against him by Mr. Succar, the notorious alleged racketeer and handyman for former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe.  In Haiti, it is widely known that Mr. Succar had bought and signed for the receipt of weapons that entered the country illegally since Haiti was and remains to this day under an arm embargo imposed to curb the illegal entry of weapons in the country where gun violence is a serious problem.  In order to pull his stunt against the American justice system, Mr. Succar had found it convenient to lie shamelessly in his official complaint, thereby committing perjury in a U.S. District Court.  In the United States, perjury is a serious criminal act, which we intend to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.   Of course, after committing his cowardly act, Mr. Salim Succar remained in Haiti and was never in court, definitely afraid to be asked pertinent questions about his lawsuit.  Admittedly, Mr. Succar”s crime of perjury against the people of the United States would not have been possible without the active assistance of  Mr. Bertrand Madsen, a former U.S. attorney of Haitian descent, who is alleged to have worked in Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, under the supervision of Mr. Succar, when the latter, as Chief of Staff of the Office of the Prime Minister, was allegedly helping Mr. Lamothe to rape Haiti, the poorest country of our hemisphere, as he is believed to have done.  As a former U.S. attorney, Mr. Madsen may also have committed a crime himself, as he appeared to have aided and abetted Mr. Succar in lying to the Court, and perjuring himself.  In the United States, attorneys must provide a zealous representation of their client, without helping the said client to perpetrate a criminal act, as Mr. Bertrand Madsen appears to have done in a seeming cooperation with Mr. Succar to commit this crime of perjury.  Unlike Haiti, the United States is endowed with a fair and impartial court system, the wheel of which may turn slowly, but as true as the sun will rise tomorrow morning, sooner or late, time after time, it finds ways to bring criminals to justice, especially those in whom America had placed its trust, like, perhaps this former U.S. attorney who, for reasons everyone will discover sooner or later, may have decided to join the criminals rather than pursuing them in our courts of law. What a pity!

At this stage, we would like to thank the many former students of our beloved professor who have nearly collected over 200,000 (two hundred thousands) signatures to request that the new Attorney General of the United States launch an investigation of the specifics of a case in which, in all appearances, an alleged rogue lawyer residing in Haiti may have found the active assistance of a former U.S, attorney in the State of New York for the couple to act together in a  conspiracy to deprive a resident of the United States, of his rights to free speech and political dissent, which is really what this case is about, in a true political hatchet job on behalf of Prime Minister Lamothe.  Where is that one by the way?  But, since when one should expect cowards to act any differently?

Bertrand Madsen

Again, the wheels of American Justice may be slow, but sooner or later, they force criminals to own up to their actions.  At Omega, we resent this attempt by a known Haitian RICO qualified criminal and his alleged accomplice, a former U.S. attorney in the Great State of New York, to poke fun at and bring ridicule to America’s solemn and honorable courts.  We simply will not tolerate it.  See you in Criminal Court, Counselor.

Bertand Madsen

Haiti was under arm embargo, when Salim Succar allegedly signed for weapons purchased from Israel. Embargo still in effect.

Haiti: Senate hearing with Prime Minister on Arms Purchase

 

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{mp3}01_16_14_Moise{/mp3}01.15.2014: Senator Jean Charles Moise announces Senate hearing with Prime Minister. Vision 2000

{mp3}01_16_14_Delva{/mp3}01.16.2014: State Secretary Reginald Delva interviewed by Marie Lucie Bonhomme for Vision 2000

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01.10-15.2014: Deputy Arnel Belizaire brings forward information about arms purchase. Tele Kiskeya

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – The Senate of the Republic will convene the Prime Minister and members of his cabinet on January 29 to obtain answers about the purchase of tens of thousands of automatic rifles and pistols and also to express their discontent with the 2013 report on the works of the Haitian government.

Senator Jean-Charles Moise (Nord/Inite) confirmed with the press, Wednesday, that five senators had signed the request to convene the Head of the Haitian government. These are senators:
John Joel Joseph (West/Inite), Pierre Francky Exius (Sud/Inite), Westner Polycarpe (Nord/Alternative), Jean Baptiste Bien-Aime (Nord-Est/Inite) and Jean-Charles Moise.

The discovery of the purchase of several thousand automatic rifles and a couple ten thousand pistols was made by Deputy Arnel Belizaire (Delmas/ind.) who found that Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe and legal adviser Salim Succar had signed for weapons purchased from Israel.

The Prime Minister had not given answers since the information of this purchase went mainstream more than a week ago but on Thursday morning, the Secretary of State for Security, Reginald Delva, said the arms were purchased for the police institution, are traceable, and all documents from customs and reception by law enforcement are available.

None the less, the people’s representatives in the legislature not made privy to the information say they will question the PM, the Minister of Justice and Minister of the Interior about the arms.

As well, Senator Moise said that among obtaining answers about the weapons, senators will question the administration about the 2013 report presented to the National Assembly during the opening of the 2014 legislative session.

Senator Moise, as well as convocation signator, Senator Exius, who did not stay in the hall for the presentation of the report, said the Head of the Haitian Government submitted what was more a photo album than a report on the government’s achievements.

http://www.sentinel.ht/politics/articles/legislative/5377-haiti-senate-hearing-to-hear-prime-minister-on-arms-purchase

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – The Senate of the Republic will convene the Prime Minister and members of his cabinet on January 29 to obtain answers about the purchase of tens of thousands of automatic rifles and pistols and also to express their discontent with the 2013 report on the works of the Haitian government.

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