Retired U.S. Army Colonel Indicted for Conspiring to Bribe Senior Government Officials of the Republic of Haiti









Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Retired U.S. Army Colonel Indicted for Conspiring to Bribe Senior Government Officials of the Republic of Haiti

AND we quote:

>> Heather Ann Tucci-Jarraf 01/13/18

I am more than familiar with Haiti Operation. It was a money laundering operation and theft. Billions in wire transfers to America were sent through corresponding bank routes…but did not reach America. Haiti was one of the corresponding banks that received the money to forward to the next corresponding bank on the route. But the “disaster” happened just after the moneys arrived in Haiti and the money was “disappeared”, never reaching its final destination.

Nothing and no one was allowed to “participate” or enter “aid” to Haiti without application made to and approval given by Bill Clinton.

Bill Clinton already had the applications and approvals done before the “disaster” had even happened.

The “disaster” was “man made”.

Everything and everyone was tracked…before, during, and after the “disaster”.

That is part of the total “data vault” being released…the “who’s”, what each one did, and all the financial transactions, who benefited, etc.

What’s most interesting, is the ones behind the Clintons…the same ones behind Haiti, our case, and all the subversions throughin and throughout America…and every “where”.


One does not “negotiate” humanity, consciousness, existence, love…

my love, compassion, and fortitude to every one.


Retired U.S. Army Colonel Indicted for Conspiring to Bribe Senior Government Officials of the Republic of Haiti

Joseph Baptiste, 64, of Fulton, Maryland, was charged with one count of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Travel Act, one count of violating the Travel Act and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering in an indictment filed in the District of Massachusetts.

The indictment alleges that Baptiste solicited bribes from undercover FBI agents in Boston who posed as potential investors in connection with a proposed project to develop a port in the Moles Saint Nicolas area of Haiti.  According to the indictment, the proposed project was expected to cost approximately $84 million, and was to involve the construction of a cement factory in its first phase.  The indictment alleges that during a recorded meeting at a Boston-area hotel, Baptiste told the agents that he would funnel the payments to Haitian officials through a non-profit entity that he controlled — which was based in Maryland and purported to help impoverished residents of Haiti — in order to secure government approval of the project.

The indictment further alleges that in telephone calls Baptiste discussed bribing an aide to a senior Haitian official by giving him a job on the port development project after he left his position.  It further alleges that although Baptiste ultimately used for personal purposes approximately $50,000 that he received from the undercover agents for the payment of bribes to Haitian officials — money that was wired at Baptiste’s direction to a non-profit organization he controls — he intended to seek additional money from the undercover agents to use for future bribe payments in connection with the port project.

An indictment is merely an allegation and all defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

This case was investigated by the FBI.  Trial Attorney Kevin R. Gingras of the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen E. Frank of the District of Massachusetts are prosecuting the case.

 The Criminal Division’s Fraud Section is responsible for investigating and prosecuting all FCPA matters.  Additional information about the Justice Department’s FCPA enforcement efforts can be found at

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