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General News    H3'ed 2/22/19

Who is Dropping Planeloads of Illegal Weapons in Haiti and Why?

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Arms trafficking in Haiti of semi automatic guns and ammunition has been the subject of recent criminal convictions in the United States. Yet, more and more, abandoned planes, filled with assault rifles and war weapons, are being dropped into the hillsides of Haiti. Who is dropping planes filled with illegal weapons into Haiti and why?

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Here’s a video of the latest one, found by the people, on a hillside in Haiti, probably on February 15, 2019. The pilot was nowhere to be found when the people got there to investigate. This is not the first plane to be dropped off with a caches of weapons as “gifts” to the Haitian poor. What is going on?

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