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CRIMES Mass. Attorney General's Office, help us nab convicted crook Michelet Joacine / When the 'grand, embellished lies of Boston's police dectective, Dambreville, deprive a young man two valuable years of his life / Boston's Haitian vice- consul, Pierre, said to flee the F.B.I. after a life of crimes / When Leo Desire more than say 'mortgage fraud' is the norm
Posted Friday, June 29, 2007
Immigration bill fails to survive senate vote
Immigration bill prompts some death threaths to members of congress
Resegregation now
Ireland gets its first black mayor, a Nigerian native
Port-au-Prince neighborhood of Cite Soleil, not surprisingly also a place of extremely violent crimes
Posted Thursday, June 28, 2007
Son-in-law of former Haiti Prime Minister, Robert Malval, is said to defraud business enterprise of US$35 million
Impregnated Haiti-born Hollywood actress, Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, poses for Playboy
World millionaires' club numbers 9.5 million: research
Poll says distrust of U.S. is growing
Posted Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Haitian man tells of slavery on 'Oprah,' today, Wednesday
U.S. presidential candidate, Fred Thompson, defends lobbying for notorious murderous, deposed Haiti dictator Aristide who endorsed "necklacing," even imagined political opponents
In case of missing trousers, aggrieved party loses $54 million lawsuit again
Immigration bill clears test vote in senate
Posted Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Study on I.Q. prompts debate on family dynamics
When computers attack
A Gnostic gospel presents the 'traitor' Judas as a hero who helped Jesus fulfill his destiny
Teen performs Cesarean section procedure, physician parents placed in tight handcuffs
Posted Sunday, June 24, 2007
In a world on the move, a tiny nation strains to cope
Posted Friday, June 22, 2007
Digger man stole skull from casket, took it home to make an ashtray, ultimately permitted himself to be intoxicated, and extremely so
Joke or Reality: Dirt-poor Haiti studies creation of security force
In Oncle Sam's land, opponents vow to try to block immigration bill
Man convicted 46 times faces new charges
Documents offer unflattering view of CIA
Posted Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Vatican has ten 'Commandments' for drivers; violators, apparently, burn in hell
The rule of law proves to be extremely more powerful than Voodoo; practicing priestess sentenced to 18 months in prison
New York City poor to receive cash for good behavior
Posted Tuesday, June 19, 2007
States face decisions on who is mentally fit to vote
Immigrants to tell Congress their personal stories
Posted Saturday, June 16, 2007
Father absence "decimates" black community in the U.S.
Web help for getting a mortgage the criminal way
Senate leaders agree to revive immigration bill
Swiss government extends freeze on Baby Doc accounts
Posted Thursday, June 14, 2007
Authorities find missing Haiti junior soccer team members
Dry cleaner calls $54 million lawsuit over pants a 'nightmare'
Posted Wednesday, June 13, 2007
U.N. troops in Haiti terminate, by way of fatal shots, the life of notorious, contagious gang leader
Teacher receives only probation for unlawful days, nights of unreciprocal sexual merritment
Iowa man, 76, who apparently aspires to be a multimillionaire, on trial for severe hammer attack on 81-year-old woman over gambling money
Posted Monday, June 11, 2007
The Money Issue: The inequality economy, the class consciousness raiser
The guidebook for taking a life
Napoleon's sword sold for $6.4 million
Studies say death penalty deters crime
Lifestyles of the rich: For her birthday, one 'aristokid' asked to fly commercial, to 'see what an airport looks like from the inside'
America, the land of plenty, in economics terms
Posted Saturday, June 9, 2007
Celebrities' crimes, click on mug shot mania
Posted Friday, June 8, 2007
Immigrant bill lacking, lacking 15 votes, stalls in Senate
Immigration, Useful Tools
Mauled Haitian woman awarded $3.76 million
Posted Wednesday, June 6, 2007
Women left pantyless, man pleads guilty to stealing them all
Foot kissing principal gets probation
Navy doctor charged with taping sex
Posted Sunday, June 3, 2007
Proclaiming liberalism, and what it now means
Soviet-style 'torture' becomes 'interrogation'
A nation's lost Holocaust history, now on display
Posted Saturday, June 2, 2007
Mass. Attorney General's Office, help us nab convicted crook Michelet Joacine
Lunix Geffrad has been jailed in Philadelphia for about a week, on fraud charges, such as issuing fake nurse's aide certificates - more details soon
Posted Friday, June 1, 2007
Billerica man, Michelet Joacine, bolts, then convicted in license scam
Government extends freeze on Baby Doc funds
Ten, including four police officers, arrested in Haiti 420 kilos cocaine bust



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