More than 100 demonstrators marched down Toussaint Louverture Boulevard to demand the release of Albert ‘Jouma’ Stevenson, the alleged leader of the G9 Family and Allies gang.
Stevenson was arrested Sept. 2 at Simon Péle, a street near Boulevard Toussaint Louverture where the protesters marched. During their protest Wednesday morning, the protesters denied police accounts saying that Stevenson is a gang leader. They held placards, one of which read “We are Jouma. We are not the police’s enemies.” Continue reading
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