PORT-AU-PRINCE — A felony group known as “Ti Makak” murdered and burned alive Yvon Buissereth, a former senator representing Haiti’s South Division, and his relative in a Pétion-Ville neighborhood Saturday, native Goverment Commissioner Jacques Lafontantt advised native press.
Buissereth was the present director basic of the State Administration for the Promotion of Social Housing (EPPLS). He and Ronald Joseph Monplaisir, a member of the family, have been driving in his automobile in Laboule 12, a commune of Pétion-Ville, on Aug. 6 when the armed bandits attacked.
Haitian authorities instantly blamed the assault on the armed gangs, although a motive has not been shared.
Former senator Yvon Buissereth and a member of the family burned alive August 6 by a felony group whereas the pair was inside their car in Laboule 12, a Pétion-Ville neighborhood.
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