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|Posted Monday, August 11, 2008
|Haiti's troublemaker de facto chief prosecutor Gassant is
forced to resign
|By Yves A. Isidor, wehaitians.com executive editor
CAMBRIDGE, MA, Aug. 11 - Haiti's troublemaker government officials have
usually managed to proudly affirm that they are incapable of making, at the
most, one attempt that they will one day permit themselves to navigate into the
world of civility.
One of them, of course, is Claudy Gassant, Haiti's jurisdictional prosecutor
(the nation's capital of Port-au-Prince), not the chief prosecutor he always
regurgitates to be, though most of the time unconvincingly, since he is far from
being an eloquent speaker, has
been engaged in series of fist fights, the vast majority of them at nightclubs,
and the last always more violent than the previous one.
Mr. Gassant, whose nearly two years tenure is also marked by abuse of power
and gross incompetence, was finally forced to resign his senior government
position today, more than a week after he allegedly severely punched a municipal
police commander, Frantz Georges, at a party at Club Indigo, not far from the
capital city of Port-au-Prince.
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