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Posted Sunday, December 14, 2008                                                                          

Haitian military general, Philippe Biamby, who also said he made a "Democratic Correction" by sending brutal dictator Aristide into disuse, succumbs to cancer, aged 56
By Yves A. Isidor, wehaitians.com executive editor

CAMBRIDGE, MA, Dec. 14 - Philippe Biamby, a Haitian Brigadier General who fully participated in the apparently urged coup by a large number of Haitians that sent Haiti's bloodthirsty, populist dictator, Jean-Bertrand-Aristide, into exile, first in Venezuela, and ultimately the United States (where he learned the virtues of capitalism, unfortunately for self-enrichment), the nation that returned him to Haiti (it has a rocky history of coups and civil strife), with the help of more than 20,000 troops, to regain the office of the presidency he lost in late September 1991, succumbed Saturday to pancreatic cancer after a long hospitalization in Panama City, where he found refuge immediately before the return of Aristide to Haiti, but after U.S. troops commenced to disembark, in late 1994, only to be removed by force, principally by the U.S., in early 2004, for again practizing grand scale dictatorship - comparable only to that of Stalin.                                                                                           

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