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Posted Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Haiti's President bother-in-law, long accused to also be a drug lord, is said to have received a major bribe from Martelly

By Yves A. Isidor, Wehaitians.com Executive Editor  

CAMBRIDGE, MA, Jul. 25 - Gesner Champagne alias “Ti-Geste” or "Ti-Geste, the brother-in-law of President Martelly who well  known for his past involvement in activities relating to drug trafficking and illegal arms deals, is said to have received a kickback of more then US$4,000,000 from the Haitian president, a very unhappy source who asked that his name not be revealed because he feared that he may be targeted for assassination told Wehaitians.com early Tuesday by telephone.

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