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Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010
|Yves Clement Jumelle, the grand son of
Clement Jumelle, a serious presidential
contender in the 1957 Haitian presidential
election, whose casket a few years later
was seized by dictator Francois "Papa Doc"
Duvalier's goons or Totons Macoutes as it was
entering the now Sacre-Coeur earthquake
destroyed church, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, was
murdered along with his wife, Michelle Cesar
Jumelle, in the early hours of June 27, in the
front yard of their private residence in the
Petionville's chic suburb of Thomassin 37. The
victims were in their early forties.
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