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False Flag: Minibus Fire Bombed by Molotov Cocktail Attack



Opposition leaders are condemning an attack on a minibus that happened on Thursday in the area of Champs de Mars where the driver of the vehicle and passengers were severely burned. Sympathizers of the Tet Kale regime in power are suspected as they have ramped up their attacks on underprivileged neighborhood residents in recent days.

The attack was caused by a molotov cocktail. A tool that has not been used by protesters who have been calling for the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse for nearly two years.

Even in the face of repeated and documented repression by terrorist gangs, funded and armed by the government, and police using excessive force, Haitian citizens have only used rocks and bottles in their vicinity to fight back.

Stranger yet, the Jovenel Moïse administration has been silent as nearly 200 citizens have died and nearly 1,000 have been injured during the movements of the past year. But it was very quick to respond to the attack on Thursday, condemning it and labeling it a "terrorist act".

After the massacres on the underpriveleged neighboorhoods in Haiti, where government officials were involved. As well, with the uptick in attacks against citizens in recent weeks with home and vehicle burnings by Tet Kale sympathizers, the minibus attack is not beyond the actions of the Jovenel Moïse administration.

Police say they have arrested three individuals connected with the attack. No other further information has since been released but spokesman for the coalition of opposition groups, Michel Andre, on Friday morning condemned the attacks and said he had information which would implicate members of Parti Haitien Tet Kale (PHTK).

PHTK is the political party of the presidency. It was founded as Mouvement Tet Kale (MTK) in 2011, funded to the tune of $100,000 [USD] by USAID, where it held riots in Port-au-Prince and Les Cayes as basis for overturning election results and bringing the regime into power.

There is a terrorist gang that has held the Champ de Mars area since the first term of the Tet Kale regime, under former President Michel Martelly. They were funded and armed by that administration. Last month, the leader of this gang had an interview with Louko Desir where he said they still held control of the area in the name of the regime.

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