iciHaiti - Social : Funeral of Charlot Jeudy
A Haitian flag and another from the LGBTI movement (Lesbian, gay, bisexual and bisexual, transgender, intersex) covered the coffin of the most famous defender of this cause in Haiti. It is in this environment, among the portraits, flowers, tears and praises, that all of them said goodbye to Jeudy...
Colette Lespinasse, member of the Engaged Citizen Program (PCE) explained how important Jeudy was for her organization and how she discovered "the depth" of principles such as equality, the indivisibility of human rights and the non-discrimination "I used to say that human rights are not a buffet in which people come to take food and leave other food. Either you defend them or you don't."
Until now, the results of Jeudy's autopsy remain unknown, as are those of the investigation conducted by the Central Direction of the Judicial Police (DCPJ) https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29382-haiti-news-zapping.html
See also :
IH/ PI/ HaitiLibre