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"Along a route of more than ten kilometers, between Martissant and Zorange and at least 3 kilometers inland, the gangs, mostly those of the G-9, have tightened the noose around the warehouses, factories , ports and at least one of the country's two oil terminals, in Varreux.
Two weeks ago, in the heart of this perimeter, in Cité Soleil, these gangs overthrew all the branches of the Haitian National Police, from Duvivier to the Hasco crossroads. Like a metastatic cancer, the bandits are spreading, gnawing away almost the entire shopping center of old Port-au-Prince. They enveloped low Delmas and Bel-Air. In Bel-Air, an emblematic district, Krache Dife, member of G-9, practiced the policy of scorched earth, like fierce dragons. Atrocities have become news items.
In this pool of people and businesses that spans hundreds of hectares, the law of the strongest prevails. Earlier this week, the airport road, where there is a high concentration of vehicle dealers, commercial bank branches and businesses, was battered by gangs. Their chef, Jimmy Chérizier, alias Barbecue, had given the signal for dechoukay on social networks. The Behrmann Motors house was attacked. The showroom of this concessionaire, which has been in Port-au-Prince for more than half a century, was riddled with bullets."...
Les gangs, ceux du G-9 en majorité, ont mis en déroute les agents de la Police nationale d'Haïti (PNH) dans un bassin de population et d’entreprises qui s’étend sur des centaines d’hectares. Après avoir craché le feu de l'enfer, leur chef, Barbecue, a donné le signal du "dechoukay".