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So Ann Released on Bwa Kayiman Day , August 14, 2006


Update: Yvon Neptune Released From Prison, July 27, 2006
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EXCLUSIVE: Haitian Political Prisoner So Anne Released


Bwa Kayiman 2006 - The Day So Ann Was Liberated

Sò Ann Freed,
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Neptune's health deteriorated dramatically in jail. Two UN peacekeeper support the frail Neptune

Read- PM Yvon Neptune's explosive and condemning August 23, 2004 letter from Prison to US Ambassador James Foley


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1. Boukman's Prayer (English and French)

2. On Working with While Liberals by Maya Angelou

3. HLLN comprehensive contact list

4. Also go to:Remembering July 6, 2005 and the UN massacre of innocent civilians from Site soley: Demand UN soldiers stop killing innocent Haitian civilians and brutalizing the Haitian public, Demand Justive for the UN Victims from Site Soley (also Apèl Pou Aksyon in Kreyol) by Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, Haitian Perspectives, June 28, 2006 ; and


Expose the Lies of the International Community about Haiti, its people and resources:
Demand the International coup d'etat supporting countries and enforcers, not Rene Preval, set the political prisoners free, end the UN occupation, return
Haitian assets

by Marguerite Laurent, Haitian Perspectives, June 26, 2006



Letter from Jail, Annette (Sò Ann') Auguste, May 10, 2005
Demand Release of All the Other (over 3000) Political Prisoners in Haiti

Open Letter of Prisoner Annette August (Sò Ann) To all Authorities Concerned. Jan. 29, 2005 (in English & French)

Annette Auguste, known as Sò Anne (Sister Anne) to her millions of fans both in Haiti and the U.S., is led to her arraignment May 13 while demonstrators protest nearby demanding her release. Sò Anne, who returned to Haiti in 1994 when President Aristide returned to office after the first coup against him, had lived for over 20 years in New York City. There she organized huge rallies urging Aristide's return, once drawing an audience of 25,000 to a rally in Central Park.

Photo: 2004 Haiti Information Project

May 10, 2004 - May 10, 2005:

Twelve months since I was arrested by the U.S. Marines in Port-au-Prince. They accused me of having contact with Haitian Muslims and planning to attack them. On May 10, 2004, the U.S. Marines assaulted, brutally, my home in the middle of the night with explosives and large arms; terrorizing all within, especially the small children of my family.

I speak to the world as a prisoner of conscience in Haiti, held in detention for my political beliefs and convictions. I can never forget the trauma these men have caused to the youngest and most vulnerable of our household. I think none of us will ever be able to forget the inhuman treatment we were subjected to in the course of this violent action undertaken in the name of the Bush government for what it calls “BUILDING DEMOCRACY” in my homeland.

From my cell, I am giving hope by the many voices being raised against the injustice the people of Haiti are being forced to suffer today. I am grateful to Congresswoman Maxine Waters and countless others who have stood up in solidarity with the Haitian people in order to stop the bloodletting and help the outside world to know the truth and reality we are faced today.

I send you all my love and gratitude for remaining strong in separating the lies from the truth in Haiti’s current situation. I send you all my blessings as a free Haitian woman fighting for the rights of the impoverished majority in my homeland.

They may imprison my body, but they will never imprison the truth I know in my soul. I will continue to fight for justice and truth in Haiti until I draw my last breath.

May 10, 2005
Penitentiary of Pétion-Ville (Haiti)

Forwarded by the Haitian Lawyers' Leadership Network

"Men anpil chay pa lou" is Kreyol for - "Many hands make light a heavy load."

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1 . Urgent Action Alert/Campaign One: Stop U.S. military and brutal political repression of unarmed Lavalas civilians and systematic de-mobilization of the mass electorate by big U.S. and Haitian business and their Western militray forces in Haiti, May 13, 2004

Defenseless Haitian Children hooded and manacled (ala Iraqi prisoner/terrorists treatment) by US Marines in the dead of night in
by Marguerite Laurent

2 . Conspiracy of Not May 13, 2004 by Ezili Dantò

3 . See article on the Mother's Day midnight "show of force" in Haiti by U.S.
soldiers reported to be terrorizing our poor neighborhoods in Haiti, while
letting the rich, armed and ever sadistic Ninjas, the Guy Philippe and his
bands, run free.
http://www.sfbayview.com/051204/soanne051204.shtml ;

4. Statement from prison of Annette (Sò Ann) August, Haitian folksinger and champion of the poor, May 23, 2004 (in English & Kreyol)

5 . Open Letter of Prisoner Annette August (Sò Ann) To all Authorities Concerned. Jan. 29, 2005 (in English & French)

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Yvon Neptune's
Letter From Jail
April 20, 2005

(Kreyol & English)
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Emmanuel "Dread" Wilme - on "Wanted poster" of suspects wanted by the Haitian police.
Emmanuel "Dread" Wilme speaks:
Radio Lakou New York, April 4, 2005 interview with Emmanuel "Dread" Wilme

Crucifiction of
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