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JIMMMY CHERIZIER AKA BARBERCUE,

The Haitian Government is trying to make an escape for this young criminal. They are looking in between two countries for him to live, which are Jamaica or Colombia. When he killed someone, he makes sure you are cooked to death. That is the reason why they call him barbercue. 

G9  is a legal gang controlled by the Haitian President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise. President Martelly is the godfather of the gang. Ex-President Martelly knows how to move his pawns from left to right on the complex political gang.  This is how they mobilized the country by killing innocent people. Jimmy Cherizier aka Barbercue has made a declaration of war against Haitian mulattos in Haiti. "He said that he is going to cut their heads and burn their houses. His model genocide that wants to bring to Haiti is the , "The Rwandan genocide, also known as the genocide  against the Tutsi, was a mass slaughter of Tutsi, Twa and moderate Hutu in Rwanda, which took place between April 7 and July 1994  during the Rwandan Civil war."

A former police officer transformed into a gangster

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