Message to Mr. Stevie Wonder (Artist, Humanitarian)
Dear Stevie Wonder you work for a criminal organization
The following factual and verifiable information must be brought urgently to the attention of Mr. Stevie Wonder.
This past July 2011, four employees of the organization you represent forcibly sodomized an 18 year old boy in Southern Haiti. The criminals produced a trophy video of the crime, which became public last week, as discussed on ABC News.
1. U.N. Peacekeepers Accused of Sexually Assaulting Haitian Teen
2. The Video Evidence
CRIMINAL ACTION CAUSING MASSIVE DEATHS
In October 2010, employees of the organization that you represent, brought a deadly cholera bacterium to the island of Haiti, resulting in the death of over 6300 people, and the infection of several thousand others. The surviving victims have yet to be provided access to potable water, medication and adequate assistance to help them heal. Despite several scientific studies which confirmed that the criminal action (or negligence) that led to this tragedy is that of the U.N., this organization has not so much as apologized to the Haitian people. Reparations have yet to be paid to the families of the dead or infected.
1. Whole-Genome Study Nails Haiti-Nepal Cholera Link by Martin Enserink on 23 August 2011
2. Cholera Linked to U.N. Forces, But Questions Remain
Since the arrival of the U.N. troops in Haiti, there have been numerous massacres attributed to them. Some high ranked military leaders of these troops have even complained publicly that they fear being tasked to conduct crimes against humanity which they fear could lend them at the International Criminal Court. In January 2006, U.N. General Bacellar was found on the balcony of a Petion-Ville Hotel, with a bullet to his head. The true cause of his death is still unclear, although the U.N. has officially declared that the death of the veteran General, found with a book in his hand, a suicide.
1. WE MUST KILL THE BANDITS, by Kevin Pina
2. Heleno knew something his successor found out too late
Mr. Wonder, I write to you because I know and admire your decades long involvement in the global struggle for peace and justice. I am convinced that you were unaware of these disturbing facts about the U.N. forces in Haiti. Now that you do, I count on you to help justice prevail.
September 5, 2011
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