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Father Joseph Simoly’s murder case : Vigilance is in order It’s nearly six weeks since the assassination of Father Joseph Simoly, the Sunday vicar at the Sacred Heart Church in Port-au-Prince. And the case lingers at the Port-au-Prince prosecutor’s office. Traditionally, when the judicial authorities try to create con- fusion in a given case, it is indicative of something underhanded at play. Usually, the decision makers count on time to pass while public opinion goes to sleep. Insofar that those handling the priest’s case are trying…

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