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Posted Saturday, November 7, 2009
Drooling mental defective Haiti President Preval, now once again a married man
By Yves A. Isidor, wehaitians.com executive editor


CAMBRIDGE, MA, Nov. 7 - Drooling mental defective Haiti President Rene Preval can no longer permit himself to say that a few hours from now he will still be sexually pure, just in case he has been claiming to be so, at least for these past two weeks. 

Preval, according to a credible source who spoke to wehaitians.com late today, by way of a telephone, on the customary condition of anonymity because he feared being dismissed from his extremely hard-to-find senior government position as punishment for speaking to the news media on issues not related to his employment, contracted marriage, not with his longtime girlfriend, Nirva Delatour, the window of a long deceased former prominent finance minister, Lesly Delatour, but another concubine, for a third third time late today in the trash-filled capital city of Port-au-Prince.

So secretive was Preval's new nuptial affair only a few closed friends of the largely inarticulate extreme violence-issued president and those of the yet-not-to-know new first lady knew about it and were in attendance.  

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