Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

International Tribunal on Haiti


UN troops shot to death Sonia Rom�lus, 22, and her
sons Nelson, 1, and Stanley, 4, in their home on July 6,
2005 in Cit� Soleil. Now the killers will be judged.
Third session
Hosted by the Bolivarian Youth of FIU
Sat. March 11, 2006
from 6 to 10 p.m.
Bus from
Florida International University
University Park Campus
Graham Center, Margaret E. Anliker
Auditorium (GC140)
11200 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, FL

For three years, Washington, Paris and Ottawa
working with Haiti�s ruling elite, former soldiers and
death-squad leaders carried out a destabilization campaign
culminating in the February 29, 2004 kidnapping and
overthrow of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
To quell resistance to the coup, armies from the
U.S., France, Canada and the United Nations have
occupied Haiti and carried out or aided massacres of
hundreds of Haitian citizens, including women, children
and infants.
It is time that the criminals be judged.
Testimony and evidence of these crimes will be
presented at the third session of the International
Tribunal on Haiti. The tribunal, which has held
sessions in Washington, DC and Boston, will prepare
a case to be submitted to the International Criminal
Court in The Hague. A Commission of Inquiry headed
by former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark will
present its findings. Witnesses will include former
political prisoner Father G�rard Jean-Juste.
Come witness history in the making.
Victims and witnesses of violence before, during or
after the February coup are encouraged to contact
the Tribunal.
solidarity at
a funeral
after the
July 6
in Cit�
FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION to the Tribunal will leave from Veye Yo,
28 N.E. 54th Street in Miami on March 11 at 4:30 p.m. and return
after the Tribunal. To reserve a seat, call 786-663-9889.
Directions by car: Take I-95 to I-836 WEST, follow I-836 until Florida Turnpike
SOUTH exit, follow the Florida Turnpike to the SW 8th Street EAST exit
(Tamiami Trail), go to SW 107th Avenue, turn right, go to SW 16th Street,
turn right to enter FIU. Graham Center is to right of Parking Garage.
For flyers or more info: Bolivarian Youth (305) 576-1961, Veye Yo, (305)
756-1205, ANSWER Coalition (212) 694-8720, Fanm Lakay (718) 512-
5173, Ha�ti Progr�s (718) 434-8100, Haitian Resistance in Quebec (514)
383-8281, International Action Center (212) 633-6646, KAKOLA (718)
629-4050, Nicaragua Network (202) 544-9355, NEHROH (857) 829-0892
Contributions for the Tribunal are urgently needed
and tax-deductible. Call (718) 434-8100 or visit and under “Other”
enter “Int’l Tribunal on Haiti.”

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Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti
15 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116

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