The U.N. and the Haitian police execute deadly raids in Haiti
June 22, 2005
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The U.N. and the Haitian police execute deadly raids in Haiti

Flashpoints Special Haiti Correspondent, Kevin Pina, reports on the aftermath of raids in pro-Aristide neighborhoods in Haiti's capital today. A Lavalas activist condemned in the Haiti's elite run press as a bandit, Emmanuel "Dread" Wilme, is reported to have been "mortally wounded" by Peruvian forces following a raid in Cite Soleil.

Pina also discusses the emergence of the real face behind the coup against Aristide on February 29, 2004 and U.N. complicity in the killings and arbitrary arrests of civilians.

Listen to the 5:00PM-PST report today (June 22 - Wednesday) from Port au Prince, Haiti via the internet at

"Lakou New York" April 4th, 2005 interview with Dread Wilme

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Denounce the slaughter of the people of Cite Soleil, demand that the U.N. immediately stops sponsoring summary executions in Haiti

Help stop the crucifixion of Dred Wilme by US/UN troops

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