Three Suspected Criminals Killed and Burned by Angry Civilians in Haiti’s Laboule12 Amid Ongoing Unrest


On Wednesday, June 21, 2023, three suspected bandits were killed and subsequently burned by angry civilians in Laboule12, Haiti. The three criminals had just exchanged gunfire with members of the National Police of Haiti before being killed by the enraged members of the public.

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The incident occurred as part of the ongoing “Bwa Kale” movement, which has been causing unrest in the country for weeks. The movement has been marked by violent protests and demonstrations against the government and its perceived failure to combat crime and insecurity in the country.

The National Police have been struggling to contain the violence in Haiti, which has led to a significant increase in crime, including kidnappings and murders. The government has been criticized for its lack of action and inability to address the root causes of the problem.


This latest incident is just one of many that have occurred in recent weeks. Just two weeks ago, several suspected bandits were killed in the hills of Petion-ville, and a few days ago, a notorious gang leader was injured during a police operation.

The situation in Haiti remains tense, and the government has yet to provide a comprehensive plan to address the country’s security issues. The population is becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of action and is taking matters into their own hands, as evidenced by the incident in Laboule12.

The ongoing violence and insecurity threaten to destabilize the country further and undermine its economic and social development. The government is increasingly coming under pressure to take immediate action to address the root causes of the problem and restore peace and stability to the country.

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