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“In an October 29 court order seen
by The Associated Press, Judge
Bernard Sainvil allowed all of
Geilenfeld’s charitable operations in
Haiti to be shuttered by authorities
due to allegations of “rape and
sexual aggression.”

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MICHAEL GEILENFELD AND HEARTS WITH HAITI HAVE A LAWSUIT PENDING AGAINST MAINE ACTIVIST, PAUL KENDRICK.

KENDRICK WARNS GEILENFELD’S LOYALISTS NOT TO RETALIATE AGAINST VICTIMS AND WITNESSES IN HAITI.

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MULTI ACCUSED CHILD MOLESTER, MICHAEL GEILENFELD, IS SHOWN IN AP PHOTOS HANDCUFFED AND BEING ARRESTED BY HAITIAN POLICE.

GEILENFELD’S ORPHANAGE IN PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI IS SHUT DOWN BY AUTHORITIES.

GEILENFELD IS FORMER CATHOLIC BROTHER OF MOTHER TERESA’S MISSIONARIES OF CHARITY.

DEFAMATION LAW SUIT BY GEILENFELD AGAINST PAUL KENDRICK OF FREEPORT, MAINE IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN IN FOUR WEEKS IN US FEDERAL COURT IN PORTLAND MAINE.

“It is encouraging that the government of Haiti is being proactive and vigilant in protecting children from being sexually abused.

“The brave and courageous Haitian men who have come forward to charge Geilenfeld with sexually abusing them when they were children living in his orphanage in Haiti are making a real difference. Their voices are finally being heard by Haitian authorities. Children will be safer because of them.”

Paul Kendrick, Freeport, ME (207-838-1319)

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CIVIL/CRIMINAL LAWSUIT FILED IN HAITI COURT AGAINST MICHAEL GEILENFELD.

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Five (5) Victims of a Pedophile at the St. Joseph’s Orphanage at Delmas 91 have reached the Cabinet of investigation in the Haitian’s Justice court.–
[This complaint is being brought against Michael Geilenfeld, Director of the St. Joseph’s Orphanage known as St. Joseph’s Home for Boys at Delmas 91 in a civil action, Walnes Cangas, Assistant Director at the Home, Renee Dietrich, Director of the Wings of Hope Orphanage located in Fermathe, John Duarte, Financial Supporter for the Home for Boys, Bill Nathan and Phillip Norris. The following crimes have also been included in the complaint: Breach of Trust, Sexual Assault, Rape, Physical Abuse, Fraud, Abuse of Authority, Abuse of Drugs and Drug Abuse, Molestation and finally human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation.]

FULL TEXT of Criminal Complaint:

Cabinet FLEURANT
54 Avenue Lamartiniere
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Tel: 2942-5555

February 11, 2014

The Honorable Judge of Port-au-Prince, in the Hall of Justice,

Messrs. Emile Millien,
Sony Derazin,
Sean Roubens Jean Sacra,
Jean Rony St.-Victor,
Jean Dume Viard,
All individuals residing and working both in Haiti and abroad and were identified by passport numbers and National Identification Numbers as follows: CG 1952923; PP1907645 ; 08-01-99-1981-12-00300; 004-865-652-2, 01-03-99-1979-07-00170; 007-676-747-2, 01-01 – 99 – 1979-1905 -00185; 003-873-329-2,
being represented by members of the Cap-Haitien, Haiti, Bar : Emmanuel Jeanty and Herode Charnel and by members of Port-au-Prince Bar, Aviol Fleurant, Michel Ange Asse with the following I.D. and Tax I.D. : 006-570-207-6, 03-01-99-1974-12-00030, I-3022310, A0518491; 006-651-413-4; 03-01-99-1983-05-00034; I-2752737; 003-611-689-3, 1155806, 80948031; 001-116-856-2,1321055, 80974726, with a proper mailing address for service in Cabinet Fleurant located at 54 Avenue Lamartinière (Bois Verna), Port-au- Prince, Haiti ;

In honor to explain you :

1- Briefly identify the parts of this complaint, and to put into context how the people lodging the complaint were involved :
The individuals were under the care of Michael Geilenfeld, a missionary of American nationality, and residing at his orphanage called St. Joseph’s Home for Boys located at Delmas 91. They have all either been raped or attempted to be violated by either Mr. Geilenfeld or his executives who had a heavy responsibility to ensure the children in his custody were properly raised and educated.

Simply put, their stay at the orphanages run by this individual was hell. Geilenfeld used several tricks to silence his victims and keep them quiet through the years.
These included threats and intimidation by promising to kick them out into the street, corruption of a minor, drug use, prison, and a series of threats that would discourage the victims to ever file a complaint against him.

Geilenfeld would hold the court for justice, and he stated justice belonged to those with the money, and that “every man has his price”.
This complaint is presented as a civil suit against Michael Geilenfeld, Director of the St. Joseph Home for Boys orphanage, on Delmas 91; Walnes Cangas, Assistant Director at the home for boys, Renee Dietrich, Director of Wings of Hope orphanage, which is included in the St. Joseph Family of Homes network located Fermathe; John Duarte, financial supporter for the home for boys; Bill Nathan and Phillip Norris.

This complaint is also lodged against them for the following charges: Breach of Trust, Sexual Assault, Rape, Physical Abuse, Fraud, Abuse of Authority, Abuse of Drugs and Drug Abuse, Molestation and finally for Trafficking in Human Beings for the purpose of Sexual Exploitation.
Many people will attest to the truth of the facts of what actually occurred in the orphanages of the St. Joseph Home for Boys of Delmas 91 and the Wings of Hope in Fermathe. The witnesses prepared to attest the facts in this first phase, are all the victims in this case, and in a second phase the following individuals are included:

David Cadet
Destin Jean Baptiste
Marc Louis,
Brunel, who is well known
Richy Ruiz, currently in custody at the National Penitentiary

2 . Illegal and detrimental acts of Geilenfeld and others :
Witnesses are willing to testify to the court of the illegal and detrimental acts Geilenfeld and his executives have done to them at a time deemed appropriate by the judge. They will present all the compelling evidence needed to render justice for all the Acts Against Sexual Freedom, Corruption of a Minor, Pimping, Trafficking in Human Beings for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Murder, Drug Abuse and other acts proving that Michael Geilenfeld and his associates have carefully engineered the silence of the victims. Geilenfeld and his cronies have failed to protect and provide for the minors he was charged to protect. Geilenfeld sexually exploited and/or arranged to have other people who exploited the boys come to the home, spend time at the orphanage for an erotic romp or inappropriate touching of the male minors.
Children are turned into prostitutes and became possessions belonging to Geilenfeld. This is a practice that is incompatible with human dignity by all international standards. These orphans could not report the facts as they were relentlessly threatened by the all powerful missionary, who made the victims and his associates at both orphanages believe that he and his associates are above the law. Some of these children saw the missionary falsify official documents to travel with children out of Haiti, where they were then raped by Geilenfeld’s friends.
In addition, it should be noted here that Geilenfeld was in fact a teacher, and had authority over the minors as the director for an institution for young orphans.
In an effort to prevent these crimes from being disclosed, they were threatened with false accusations against them concerning drug activity or conspiracy to imprison, as in the case where Geilenfeld falsely accused a victim [As was the case of VIARD accusing and imprison only because he wanted to disclosed the wrong doing at Saint-Joseph Home for Boys]. Sometimes employees are either injured or attempted to be murdered in the orphanage [As was the case of Brunel being jailed for trying to kill another child in the orphanage and seriously injured another employee in the home. Brunel was released a few days after the incident to the supervision of Geilenfeld. Geilenfeld has encouraged some of the children to commit crimes. [For example Richy Ruiz who is incarcerated in the Haitian National Penitentiary. He was arrested for being in possession of a gun that was used by bandits to murder a policeman. After being arrested, he stated that the gun he had in his possession was in fact owned by one of Geilenfeld’s subordinate leaders of the home.]
In addition, a former resident of St. Joseph’s Home for Boys named Destin Jean Baptiste, was nearly killed after being attacked by another one of Geilenfeld’s subordinates after the subordinate was told Jean Baptiste was on his way to file a complaint against Geilenfeld. His attacker was arrested, but released a few days later without formal judgment for his crime.
Often, Geilenfeld invites children to participate in ceremonies that go against the boys faith. Geilenfeld made the funeral and burial for a dog named Micky a major ceremony. However, a child placed in particularly inhumane conditions and subsequently died after drowning, received no funeral. Geilenfeld sees the dog much more than the small Haitian who had to die due to negligence and recklessness. That unfortunate, physically challenged child was forced to fill a water tank from a water source located a few hundred meters from the orphanage, Wings of Hope.

The victims making the complaint, would like to remind the judge that Geilenfeld’s group is extremely powerful, highly corrupt and bloody. The fact that their orphanage is still operating is only in the margin of law, since it does not have a license to operate in Haiti. The Institute of Social Welfare (IBSR) has sent a formal demand letter, dated January 31, 2014, referencing the Decree of December 22, 1971, and demanding the orphanage close it’s doors. In that same letter, Ms. Arielle Jeanty Vildouin, Director of IBSR, listed a second reason they are demanding the closure of the orphanage. The letter notes the multiple claims against the morality of the conduct for the leaders of St. Joseph Home for Boys of Delmas 91. Due to the failure of moral conduct of the leaders of St. Joseph Home for Boys, the current young people residing at the home have no future and no hope.

3. Law and Cooperating Punishable Acts of Michael Geilenfeld and Associates:
The clauses 49, 50, 58, 63, 65, 78, 90 and following of the Law of August 7, 2001 on the Supervision and Control of Illicit Drug Trafficking, support victims in their efforts to see justice and look for the opportunity in their favor after their long obstacle course to seek justice. Many other victims promise to join the movement if justice is possible through public action against Geilenfeld, who has boasted he is untouchable in Haiti.
Haiti ratified a UN convention called ” Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others ” in 1949. This document states that prostitution is incompatible with human dignity, requiring all stakeholders to punish pimping, operators and owners of houses to close and abolish all special treatment in the registration of prostitutes.

Whether border security, drug trafficking and trafficking in human beings, in April 2013, these issues were made a priority by Secretary General of Interpol, Ronald K. Noble and the Minister of Justice and Public Security in Haiti, Jean Renel Sanon, the Director General of the Haitian National Police, Mr. Godson Orelus, and the Director of the School of Haitian Police, Jean Miguélitte Maxime.

In addition, the Article 71 of the Law of August 7, 2001 on the supervision and control of illicit drug trafficking threat: “The penalties provided for in Articles 47 to 56 shall be doubled when the offender,

* Belonged to an organized group or a criminal association;
* Participated in other illegal activities facilitated by the offense. The maximum penalties for offenses under this Act shall be doubled if the offender was a teacher or a police officer, a person responsible for the application of the Laws, a health professional or person responsible for the fight against abuse or illicit drug trafficking;
• Exercising public authority functions and the offense was committed in the exercise of those functions;
• Was invested with moral authority. ”
In addition, the clause 78 below the title VII of the Act focused on CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF LEGAL PERSONS in this case relates that: « Legal persons, other than the State, on behalf or for whose benefit any of the offenses set forth in Articles 47 to 53, 57 to 59 and 62 has been committed by one of their associations or representatives of law or fact, shall be punished by a fine of a maximum rate equal to five times said the fines specified items, without prejudice to the conviction of individuals or accomplices to the offense.
They may also be sentenced to one or more of the following:
• the dissolution, if the corporation was created to facilitate the commission of any of the above offenses;
• permanent exclusion or for a period of 6 months to 2 years to exercise, directly or indirectly, certain professional or business activities;
• to close permanently or for a period of 6 months to 2 years, companies, subsidiaries, branches or establishments used to commit the offense;
• dissemination of the decision by the press or by any other means of audiovisual communication that contravenes a prohibition imposed under paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Article shall be punished by a fine of twenty thousand (20,000) to one hundred thousand (100,000) Gourds and dissolution of the corporation, or one of these penalties.

However, the penalty of dissolution is not applicable to legal persons under public law, political parties, unions.
The Article 90 of the said Act directs,

« In case of prosecutions for the offenses provided for in Articles 47-53 and 57-59 Dean of the Court of First Instance Territorial Jurisdiction, may request of the Ministry public order on a provisional basis for a maximum period of 3 months, renewable once the closure of a house open to the public or used by the public when these offenses were committed by the operator of the house or with its complicity. »

The decision may be appealed to the Court of Appeal within 10 days of its execution or of its notification to interested parties.
Supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime Protocol defines trafficking in persons as follows:
« The term ” trafficking in persons ” shall mean the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons, by means of threat or use of force for the purpose of exploitation. »

The interpol and the decree of the National Assembly dated January 12, 2004 sanctioning the additional protocol to the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime recounts: « Trafficking in human beings is a form of international organized crime similar to modern slavery that brings in billions of dollars. It’s victims are recruited and taken to a country or region to another by traffickers who use deception or coercion. They are deprived of their independence, their freedom of movement and their free will, and subjected to various forms of physical and psychological abuse. »

It also indicates that there are three [3] major forms of trafficking human beings :

• Trafficking for forced labor
• Human trafficking for sexual exploitation;
• Organ trafficking.

Whether Article 3 of the Decree of the National Assembly dated January 12, 2004 the sanctioning supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on the terminology protocol states:
“For the purposes of this Protocol:

a) “Trafficking in persons” shall mean the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons, by means of threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person for the purpose of exploitation. Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs;
b) The consent of a victim of trafficking in persons to the intended exploitation set forth in subparagraph a) of this article shall be irrelevant where any of the means set forth in paragraph a) was used;
c) The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of a child for the purpose of exploitation shall be considered “trafficking in persons” even if they do involve any of the means set forth in subparagraph a) of this section;
d) “Child” means any person under the age of 18.

4. Application of Victims :

The complainants, all victims and witnesses require the Magistrate to proceed with the closure of St. Joseph Home for Boys of Delmas 91 and all other orphanages under the direction of Michael Geilenfeld. You are implored to take all necessary and legal measures to prevent Geilenfeld from leaving the haitian soil before a national court hands down a decision, in its favor, if possible. It will be just.

Sincerely. Emmanuel JEANTY, Lawyer. –

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2013 Trafficking in Persons Report
Tier 2 Watch List
June 1, 2013

Haiti is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking. Most of Haiti’s trafficking cases consist of the estimated 150,000-500,000 children in domestic servitude in households throughout Haiti. In addition to experiencing forced labor, these children are vulnerable to beatings, sexual assaults, and other abuses by family members in the homes in which they are residing. Dismissed and runaway children from domestic servitude make up a significant proportion of the large population of street children who end up forced into prostitution, begging, or street crime by criminal gangs in Haiti. Children working in construction and agriculture are also vulnerable to forced labor. Children in some unscrupulous private and NGO-sponsored residential care centers are at a high risk of being placed in a situation of forced labor. Women and children living in Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps set up as a result of the 2010 earthquake were at an increased risk of sex trafficking and forced labor. Of the estimated 1.5 million Haitians that entered the camps following the earthquake, some 357,785 remain as of March 2013. There have been documented cases of Dominican women in forced prostitution in Haiti. Haitians are exploited in forced labor in the Dominican Republic and elsewhere in the Caribbean as well as the United States. The groups most at risk of trafficking were Haitians without documentation and those from the lowest income backgrounds, especially women and children. One Haitian government report estimated that the births of more than 10 percent of Haitians were not registered.

There have been incidents of foreigners engaged in the commercial sexual exploitation of Haitian children, including incidents of sexual exploitation and abuse reported by the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). There were also incidences of child sex tourism; in 2013 a U.S. citizen was convicted in the United States of engaging in child sex tourism at a residential facility in Haiti that provided shelter, food, clothing, and school tuition to Haitian children.

The Government of Haiti does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however, it is making significant efforts to do so. Despite these measures, such as the identification and assistance of some children in domestic servitude, the continued lack of legislation prohibiting all forms of human trafficking that prescribes stringent penalties on par with rape, as well as a lack of formal protections for victims, remained serious problems; therefore Haiti is placed on Tier 2 Watch List. The government took some action to raise awareness about human trafficking during the reporting period, but with insufficient accountability for trafficking offenders the effectiveness of these prevention efforts was limited. The creation of an inter-ministerial group to address human trafficking and officials’ stated commitment to passage and implementation of anti-trafficking legislation may lead to improved results in the future.

Recommendations for Haiti: Enact legislation prohibiting sex trafficking and all forms of forced labor, including domestic servitude, with penalties that are commensurate with those for other serious crimes, such as rape; investigate, prosecute, and convict trafficking offenders, including persons abusing domestic servants or prostituting children under 18, using available legal instruments; adopt laws or policies to guarantee victims are not punished for crimes committed as a direct result of being subjected to human trafficking; and in partnership with NGOs, adopt and employ formal procedures to guide officials in proactive victim identification and referral of child and adult victims to appropriate shelters and services.

Prosecution

The government did not make discernible progress in prosecuting trafficking offenders during the reporting period largely because Haiti does not have a law or laws specifically prohibiting trafficking in persons. For another year, draft anti-trafficking legislation that pre-dated the 2010 earthquake remained pending in Parliament. There were some laws that could potentially have been used to prosecute some trafficking offenses, such as the , though the government did not report any prosecutions or convictions of any trafficking offenders in Haiti under this law or any other laws during the reporting period. The Haitian government noted its use of laws against kidnapping, rape, prostitution, and other offenses to pursue investigations against traffickers and those that exploit victims. However, there were no reports that these investigations led to any convictions. Some NGOs and international organizations reported possible trafficking investigations and prosecutions, though these reports could not be verified by the government. The Brigade for the Protection of Minors (BPM), despite severely limited resources, recorded 94 cases of child trafficking and arrested and transferred 15 adults to state prosecutors, though there was no information available suggesting any of these cases made it to the prosecution stage—raising serious concerns about accountability for human trafficking in Haiti. The absence of a comprehensive anti-trafficking law also contributed to confusion regarding the differences between the crimes of human smuggling, human trafficking, and illegal adoption among elements of the Haitian government and some of its international donors. In addition to the absence of a solid law, other impediments to combating human trafficking included widespread corruption, the lack of quick responses to cases with trafficking indicators, the slow pace of the judicial branch to resolve criminal cases, and scant funding for government agencies. The government did not report any investigations or prosecutions of government employees for alleged complicity in trafficking-related offenses during the reporting period. The government’s capacity to provide officials with specialized trafficking awareness training, such as training on identifying and assisting trafficking victims or investigating and prosecuting human trafficking cases, was limited.

Protection

The government made limited progress in the protection of trafficking victims during the reporting period. The majority of victim services are provided by NGOs. NGOs that partner with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor also refer the majority of victims to the government’s social welfare ministry (IBESR), which documents cases and refers them to law enforcement. The government did not systematically track data regarding trafficking victim identification. However, the BPM made progress collating data on human trafficking cases at four posts on the border with the Dominican Republic. From May 2012 to January 2013, the BPM registered 52 trafficking cases at these posts. IBESR removed a total of 95 children from situations of forced labor in 2012 and continued to close harmful residential child care centers, removing 756 children from environments where they were exposed to a high risk of human trafficking. A total of 656 of these children were reintegrated into families or foster families, while the remaining 100 stayed in IBESR transition centers awaiting sustainable reintegration options. The government did not report proactive identification or assistance for any adult victims of forced prostitution or forced labor.

The government did not provide direct or specialized services to trafficking victims; however, the government referred suspected trafficking victims to donor-funded NGOs which provided shelter, food, medical, and psychosocial support. NGOs reported that they had good working relationships with individual government officials, and the leadership of BPM and IBESR expressed commitment to helping child trafficking victims during the reporting period despite extremely limited resources—including lack of transportation to investigate cases. Due to budgetary limitations, officials sometimes used personal funds to provide food for child trafficking victims. The government did not have formal trafficking victim protection policies to encourage victims to assist in the investigation and prosecution of trafficking offenders; the government also did not have legal protections to ensure victims were not punished for crimes committed as a direct result of being subjected to human trafficking. The government also did not have provisions to provide immigration relief for foreign victims of human trafficking facing retribution in the countries to which they would be deported.

Prevention

The government made efforts to prevent human trafficking during the reporting period, but the effectiveness of these efforts were also hindered by the lack of a comprehensive law criminalizing human trafficking. In early 2013, the government created an inter-ministerial working group on human trafficking, which was chaired by the Judicial Affairs Director of the foreign affairs ministry, to coordinate all anti-trafficking executive branch initiatives. In June 2012, IBESR launched a trafficking hotline and conducted a campaign to raise public awareness about child labor, child trafficking, and child sexual abuse among other child protection concerns. An international organization subsidized the hotline’s initial start-up costs; however, IBESR funded the operating costs and employed 10 workers to manage both the hotline and child protection database. During the reporting period, senior public officials and BPM and IBESR also made efforts to inform the public about child trafficking and sexual abuse. In December 2012, without government funding, Haitian child protection authorities chaired roundtables on child domestic servitude in Port-au-Prince and in the North, Artibonite, Sud, and Sud-Est departments. The government created a national commission for the elimination of the worst forms of child labor, which facilitated two workshops, launched a public awareness campaign on child labor, and highlighted the national day against restavèk abuse. Haitian child protection officials provided substantial assistance to a foreign government’s prosecution of a child sex tourism offender who had abused children in Haiti. There were no known measures by the government taken during the reporting period to reduce the demand for commercial sex acts.

http://m.state.gov/md215476.htm

US Dept State Haiti human trafficking report 2014-08-13_16-07-28

 

 

“We believe that Hearts with Haiti is no longer qualified to collect funds in the names of Haitian children”

Haitian journalist, Cyrus Sibert, speaks out for people of Haiti.

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http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/08/haitian-journalist-cyrus-sibert.html?m=1


 

Jeudi 7 août 2014

HAITIAN JOURNALIST, CYRUS SIBERT , RESPONDS TO ATTORNEY ROSARIO RIZZO’S AFFIDAVIT TO NORTH CAROLINA ATTORNEY GENERAL.

RIZZO IS LEGAL COUNSEL FOR MULTI ACCUSED CHILD MOLESTER, MICHAEL GEILENFELD AND HEARTS WITH HAITI, A NORTH CAROLINA BASED NON PROFIT.CLICK PDF BELOW TO VIEW RIZZO’S AFFIDAVIT.RESPONSE

By CYRUS SIBERT

Since President Martelly took office, there have been some fundamental reforms in the orphanage and nursery sector in Haiti. The prevalence of child trafficking in this country has motivated the Martelly-Lamothe administration to implement a policy of enhanced oversight in this sector to protect Haitian children. Specifically, the government has built shelters while stepping up supervision and streamlining control procedures for the orphanages around the country.

As a result, the IBESR is able to give proper attention to young boys who were allegedly continually abused at the Saint Joseph Home for Boys for over 25 years. On several occasions, over many years there were protests to speak up against the pervasive practices of abuses and sexual exploitations of the children who attended the Saint Joseph Home for Boys Center. There were several protest movements by young men attending the Saint Joseph Home for Boys center in 1983, 1991 and 2005. In these protests, the boys spoke out against the unacceptable sexual practices they were subjected to by M. Michael Geilenfeld. In a visit to the United States in 1995, some young dancers from St. Joseph center made ​​several statements in U.S media denouncing the sexual abuses they have sustained from M. Geilenfeld. The alleged victims filed a complaint at the U.S. Consulate in Port-au-Prince against M. Geilenfeld, their alleged abuser. Ms. Dejean of IBERS acknowledges that she was informed of the situation at least on 4 different occasions.

Despite false statements made by Heart With Haiti, mentioning in a letter that it was on February 2004 that IBERS decided not to reauthorize the Orphanage, in a letter by Mrs. Villedrouin one can read the following statement:

“The management of the Social Welfare and Research Institute (IBESR), following a report on November 25th, 2013 from the Department of Social Works, has determined that the children under your care, in violation of the decrees of December 22nd, 1971 and  November 4th, 1983 and given the persistent allegations of abuses, are in a vulnerable situation, and their safety at risk.”

This suggests that an investigation was conducted in 2013 and that the decision to move the children was based on the findings of that investigation.

We call your attention on several key facts:

1 – Several former young men of the St. Joseph Home for Boys living in Haiti and abroad have filed a formal complaint against M. Geilenfeld for: “breach of trust, sexual assault, rape, physical abuse, fraud, abuse of authority, drug abuse and illicit drug use, sexual molestation, and finally for human trafficking for sexual exploitation ;”
2 – The Haitian justice decided to press charge against M. Geilenfeld for “Public Indecent Exposure and Rebellion;”
3 – An arrest warrant has been issued against M. Geilenfeld on July 5th, 2014;
4 – Whereas today Heart With Haiti, in its letter, recognizes that its operating permit has been suspended, on May 5th, 2014, M. Geilenfeld, under oath, has stated before a Haitian judge that he had an operating license.

This NGO only evolves in falsehoods and corruption. As additional evidence, it should be highlighted that Heart With Haiti enjoys an excellent relationship with the pro-pedophilia organization NAMBLA (North American Men and Boys Love Association). Should it be reminded that at the funeral of NAMBLA’s founder, funds were collected for the benefit of St. Joseph Orphanage, considered as NAMBLA’s chapter in Haiti.

Heart With Haiti has a deep hatred against MM. Cyrus Sibert and Paul Kendrick for demanding that their alleged crimes be brought before the court so that justice be served. MM. Sibert and Kendrick are demanding justice because they know that such criminal practices against children have lasting and devastating consequences. These young victims deserve help, support and guidance.

As it should be impossible for a person, continuously charged, and against whom there are several witnesses and tons of evidences to be able to fundraise on behalf of children and an orphanage by tapping on a network of donors in the United States. As a result, we believe that Hearts With Haiti is no longer qualified to collect funds in the names of Haitian children.

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Haiti Orphanage

GRAND DOSSIER: Haiti, “Promised Land” of American pedophile priests: The puzzle! (Text of Cyrus Sibert)

The article below was translated from French to English, using Google Translate.  Incorrect grammar below is the result of the automatic translation process.

See the original article written in French at:
http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/04/grand-dossier-haiti-terre-promise-des.html

For several weeks, the defense strategy Geilenfeld Michael, Director of the St. Joseph Orphanage accused of the crime of pedophilia, is to build false testimony in order to discredit those who claim that truth and justice are made on sexual exploitation and pedophilia within the shelter of Delmas 91, Haiti, he directs accusations.

The human rights activist, Paul Kendrick and investigative journalist Cyrus Sibert represent them, two people discrediting, destroying their image in the eyes of the Federal Court in Portland, Maine and the general public. Because, on 5 May 2014, the case will be heard before a federal judge American. Who filed a complaint against Paul Kendrick for defamation, Michael Geilenfed opened a Pandora’s box, reviving the spirit of justice of a large number of victims and witnesses.

Being in trouble with the testimony of more and more embarrassing, held everywhere around the world – from Haiti, the United States, to England, testimonials, often in the presence of the accused, of people reporting openly being abused by the Director of the St. Joseph Orphanage Delmas 91 – the last resort for defenders Michael Geilenfeld is, to attack, not the allegations against him, but those who have the courage to report and especially the duo Sibert-Kendrick, without which the case would be ignored, as usual.

In a country where the poor people struggling with poverty are defenseless against powerful criminals, foreign filled big international connections and especially within the Catholic Church, as an abuser Michael Geilenfeld can easily intimidate victims to the point of wearing one of them, Marc Louis who said freely before our cameras he had been sodomized by Michael Geilenfeld to change his testimony and cry foul. Marc Louis has testified that he lied; he was squeezed by Cyrus Sibert of lying; pressures that have taken on the appearance of intimidation; journalist Cyrus Sibert, would have given a piece of paper, telling him he had to make statements against the director of the orphanage Saint-Joseph Delmas 91.

We invite you to look solemn registration Marc Karl Louis and judge if reading a paper. In this video you will see that the man told his story with details of what happened to him, places and people in the United States who were aware of his situation.

[Haiti-Pedophile-Geilenfeld: A Witness says he was victim -.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPQZ-TAqEbk ]

This is also the situation of a young man who lives in the St. Joseph orphanage in Delmas 91, who wrote a paper in which he says he received an invitation to Cyrus Sibert who sought to meet September 16, 2013 to force him to testify against Michael Geilenfeld in exchange for money and pledge. The statement is dated 14 February 2014. Its author claims to have been pursued, day by Cyrus Sibert, who accompanied two other victims in a car.

A bunch of lies designed to discredit those who claim that a thorough investigation is carried out on the orphanage in Delmas 91 victims who complained or heard by the justice; that the Haitian State to adopt precautionary measures to protect Haitian children and vulnerable people affected by this issue.

We reassure all those who support this campaign for truth and justice, that:

1 – We are able to prove that Marc Louis was relaxed and had decided without pressure to make his statement. What Geilenfeld did not know, we recorded Marc Louis since his arrival in the hotel where he met other victims of St. Joseph, in an atmosphere of reunion room; and he had other victims recalled the abuses they had experienced together. These free trade gave us the idea to propose to record, video, a solemn statement of all the facts he had told other victims. This proposal was a test of the seriousness of his accusations against Michael Geilenfed. The said video was used in case Marc Louis would be in trouble with the minions Geilenfeld. This was done when at the beginning of February 2014, Michael was Geilenfeld increase pressure on its victims and Marc Louis, was found;

2 – We can prove that September 16, 2013, we were not in Haiti, but movement in the U.S. city of Orlando, Florida, where we had made transactions until our return to Cap-Haitien by airline flight IBC Airways, September 18, 2013. So Cyrus Sibert could not invite a young St. Joseph to meet him at a date that was not available in Haiti for this meeting. In addition, the youth reported that question was followed February 14, 2014 by a car and Cyrus Sibert was in this car. We can prove that February 14, 2014, we were not in Port-au-Prince. Cyrus Sibert has never met or spoken to this young man.

However, if the defenders of the accused are busy looking for witnesses, supporters of the victims also have the right to search for victims and witnesses who can provide additional evidence to confirm or refute certain points . We will not let ourselves be intimidated by those who physically, sexually and mentally abused children. We will continue to roam the planet in search of anyone wishing to testify about the situation at the orphanage Saint-Joseph Delmas 91.

Plus, Geilenfeld and his gang try to get rid of the charges against them, the more they complicate their situation and prove that they have something to hide. This construction of perjury against complainants, witnesses and cons against supporters of victims is an outrageous act that proves the level of evil people running the orphanage Saint-Joseph Delmas 91.

These people are real crooks who lied to the American contributors, telling them they are in good standing with the Haitian government, while for several years, St. Joseph orphanages operate without authorization IBESR (Institute Welfare Social), the state body responsible for monitoring this kind of institution. Fortunately, in February 2014, the Haitian government has finally decided to close this rotten house. Today, one of the lawyers of Michael J. Geilenfeld this Lady Arielle Villedrouin, the director of the IBESR as a person unable to decide.

[CONFIRM THAT OFFICIALS IBESR ST. JOSEPH’S HOME FOR BOYS IS OPERATING

[Ms. Arielle J. Villedrouin, of IBESR, can not think for Herself:
www.reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/04/mme-arielle-j-villedrouin-of-ibesr.html ]

[Contents of the letter IBESR ordonant the closure of the St. Joseph Orphanage of Delmas 91.

http://www.reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/02/contenu-de-la-lettre-de-libesr -ordonant.html ]

Hypothesis of investigation:

We take this text to communicate to the public the research hypothesis which is the basis of our motivation in this case.

In August 2008, a Haitian national operating in the Diaspora, visited the city of Cap-Haitien. As usual, he brings gifts for street children begging on the boulevard. In a conversation with them, he learned that children are abused in the orphanage Project Pierre Toussaint, a Welcome Centre for street children in the suburbs that led Douglas Perlitz, an American Catholic missionary. Shocked, the man reported testimony to a friend Capois, wondering how it might be possible in the eyes of state authorities responsible for overseeing such a project? His interlocutor reassures him that he knows a journalist with integrity, capable of denouncing this intolerable situation.

It was August 15, 2007, I moved into the area by car careening, when a hand gesture, a friend motioned me to stop, telling his interlocutor: “” Speak of the devil, we see his tail,” Cyrus here. ” They told me the allegations received. I told them that we often hear these rumors in the city. However, I can write an article on this subject, I need victims and witnesses … “Several victims and several witnesses … a butterfly does not make a summer”

So I met with victims who agreed to testify. I could be sources to inform me of the actions of the accused, sources of control too. Finally, I decided to write an essay denouncing the practices of sexual abuse, without naming names or institution.

[Cap-Haitien, the pedophile and shelter for street children:
http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2008/06/cap-hatien-le-pdophile-et-son-centre.html ]

Several investigations have been conducted subsequently Perlitz was forced to flee Haiti. Finally, he was arrested by ICE and Homeland Security, two American institutions will responsible for applying the law against all U.S. citizens traveling with the aim of engaging in sex with minors.

A few weeks before the arrest of Douglas Perlitz, with the rise of pressure from American justice against the accused, Paul Kendrick contacted me to ask if I had” strong evidence to support the charge.” I was suspicious. Because I was afraid that supporters of pedophile, not posing as defenders of children, in order to read the names of the students who were willing to testify.

A few weeks later, after the arrest of Douglas Perlitz, I received a call from Paul Kendrick, informing me of the connection Douglas Perlitz with Ron Voss, a former U.S. priest who had confessed his sexual abuse against children to USA. This Ron Voss had also fled the United States, with the help of the American Catholic Church to take refuge in Haiti. He was responsible for the house of Home, “The Home visitation” of Delmas 31, called “Matthew 25”. A reception point for all U.S. Catholic missionaries who, newly arrived in Haiti, stay a few months to learn Creole and instructions survival, before venturing into the cities and / or remote villages.

Kendrick tells me that American activists fighting pedophilia within the Catholic Church condemn the practices of the American Catholic Church who use the South and / or poor countries like Haiti, with a weak state, for hide priests and / or religious prosecuted for sexual abuse of minors. Douglas Perlitz who had also stayed at “Matthew 25” was a good friend of Ron Voss. In 2005, a letter was addressed to the Minister of Justice of Haiti, Bernard Gousse, who had the courage to put this Ron Voss stops. Unfortunately, the escape from the National Penitentiary, the former pedophile priest was given the opportunity to escape and leave Haiti. We do not know where he is hiding. It is reported that resides in one of the islands Bahamas …

Read the letter addressed to U.S. activists Minister Bernard Gousse concernat Ron Voss

For more information about the pedophile priest Ron Voss, see the following links :

In 2009, a friend tells of a case of pedophilia in Delmas 91. A diplomat had asked him to advise me to go in this area. For a situation of pedophilia and sexual exploitation of children staying at this establishment are reported. It seems not to appreciate the way some of his influential colleagues who protect this American citizen in Haiti.

We responded by expressing our limited human and financial resources. Perlitz the folder already consumed all our resources – family resources, since in Haiti no institution finance this kind of work. We had 24 youth in the back. Abandoned to support day and night to stories like children: food, health care, security, protection, defense against police abuse, temporary accommodation in case of threat of death, school fees for those who continued to go to school. Haiti does not have the infrastructure to support and protection of victims and witnesses in cases as sensitive, we were obliged to provide anything with the little resources we had family (pay my wife the help of my father, my mother’s assistance) to help young victims to stand. For knowing the mastery of sexual predator on its prey through physical, psychological threats, but especially economic – in Haiti, with the help of some contributors, I have tried to provide some support to victims.

[A new food distribution to victims of Douglas Perlitz.
http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2010/10/une-nouvelle-distribution-de-nourriture.html ]

[Perlitz Victims Receive Aid With Alum Visit
http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2010/10/perlitz-victims-receive-aid-with-alum.html ]

Should be reported after dozens of interviews over several different cases, we realize that sexual predators threaten foreign child victims in these words: “If you speak, your life ever be the same; no one will believe you, You will be accused of lying and then expelled from the orphanage; You will return in the street; More opportunity to go to school; You better accept in silence; You will not succeed to succeed in front of me because I was a little kid and you rue a rich white with a delinquent past. ”

It was five (5) years of hell for a journalist who has to wake up early because 24 young people are looking for it. While in this situation, the executioner pedophile receives all media friends and flatterers everywhere resourced. In addition, it manages to make available a communication campaign can protect his image, while discrediting the victims, seeking to break the morale of all those who dare to demand justice and reparations. Ignorant – voluntarily – that abuse suffered by children are the cause behavioral problems that affect them, their criminal record is regularly exhibited to prove they are not reliable.

In December 2010, Douglas Perlitz was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Anderson Cooper broadcasts a full report on the case. A month later, I received a call from an American, seeking the same commitment that we had in the Perlitz case, for young victims of St. Joseph orphanage in Delmas 91.

[Orphan Predator. Haiti Street Orphans Abused
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vp0vCfDgknM ]

This phone conversation helped us in the first instance, to recall the invitation of the diplomat, launched at us, through our mutual friend. In a second time during our visit to Port-au-Prince, at the end of February 2011, we had stayed at “The Home visitation” commonly called “Matthew 25”, and then we understood the grip U.S. pedophiles on this focal point and its role in terms of interconnection. Looking documents concerning St. Joseph Orphanage Mr. Geilenfeld we saw the name of John Duarte, a former Canadian ready arrested in Dominican Republic for the crime of pedophilia in Haiti. John Duarte who had abused several Haitian children, directed with Michael Geilenfeld Orphanage St. Joseph Delmas 91.

[John Duarte & Geilenfeld 2 called religious pedophiles ran an orphanage in Haiti -.

http://www.reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/04/john-duarte-geilenfeld-2-religieux-dits.html ]

[Ex-Windsor priest John Duarte Arrested for Alleged child sex abuse in Haiti.
http://www.canada.com/news/Windsor+priest+John+Duarte+arrested+alleged+child+abuse+Haiti/2129327/story.html ]

[Ex-Windsor priest arrested This is for sex abuse in Haiti.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/ex-windsor-priest-arrested-for-sex-abuse-in-haiti-1.780151 ]

There is also Michael Brewer and Phillip Norris, two men suspected of pedophilia, who attended shelters Michael Geilenfeld orphanages who frequented the home of Michael Geilenfeld houses. A protest against the inhabitants of Fermathe some pedophilia Phillips Norris used a home for disabled children that led Michael Geilenfed to abuse children and young people in this town in the metropolitan area of ​​Haiti is reported. Today, Bishop Phillips Norris lives as a gay couple in England with Alex, one of these young Fermathe.

[Hounded out of town for Being black and gay.
http://www.yasni.info/ext.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk%2Fnews%2F1476319.hounded_out_of_town_for_being_black_and_gay%2F&name=Philip+Norris&showads=1&lc=en-gb&lg=en&rg=gb&rip=us ]

We have thus established the connection Voss Ron Douglas Perlitz = John + Duarte + Michael Geilenfed. All American Catholic religious, having some connection with “The Home visitation”, “Matthew 25” that led Ron Voss; all loitering orphanages as missionaries responsible; all having their assets from claims and / or criminal charges of pedophilia; all connected to pedophiles or personalities advocating sexual relations between adults and minors.

Indeed, at the funeral of Tom Reeves, one of the founders of NAMBLA (North American Man / Boy Love Association) U.S., an organization that advocates for reform of laws prohibiting sexual relations between adults and children, the organization ordered that instead of flowers, friends and supporters for helping the orphanage Saint-Joseph Delmas 91.

[Haiti: Linking St. Joseph Orphanage and NAMBLA, an organization pro-pédophilie.

http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/03/haiti-liens-entre-lorphelinat-saint.html?m=1 ]

At this level, our research hypothesis is designed: “A network of pedophiles American Catholics fled to Haiti using orphanages as a privileged space to sexually exploit vulnerable children living in poverty.

The footprint of the American Catholic Church – The Conference of Bishops Americans USCCB (U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops)

After the arrest of Douglas Perlitz, victims and journalist Cyrus Sibert were treated to a visit from two Haitian working for CRS (Catholic Relief Service): A Haitian named Mrs. Sheyla Maximilian (Biamby) framework CRS and Stéphane Trouillot, a Haitian employee of the company “PAP-Security.”

They visited what remained of Pierre Toussaint, met with project staff and child victims, they also met Cyrus Sibert at Hotel Auberge du Picolet””, in order to reassure that measures would be taken to support victims. Since we were without news of these two personalities.

It was only a few months later, we learned that the lady had a mission to assess the situation to allow the American Catholic Church better disengage and about the agent Security “PAP-Security” , to eliminate evidence. The trunk of Douglas Perlitz, has been recovered to be placed in a boat to the United States. All after Ms. Carter, a member of the Order of Malta, had carried the laptop Douglas Perlitz containing incriminating data and embarrassing information.

In January 2010, a few hours before the devastating earthquake that destroyed the Haitian capital, Paul Kendrick drew our attention to the fact that the card that Mrs. Maximilian was as stated, in red “USCCB: U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ .

[CRS – CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICE Does not protect children against sex offenders. No background check for missionaries or employed, no policy to Prevent pedophilia in Haiti.
http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2012/06/crs-catholic-relief-service-does-not.html ]

Political support of Haiti:

Later, we discovered that this network is returned to Haiti from 80. Pedophiles American Catholic Church took advantage of political turmoil after Duvalier to enhance their business in the country. The 1991 coup and the embargo that ensued made the facades of essential humanitarian activities. Parents and children had become more dependent on the state officials, supervisors IBERS, the police officials and justice, saw it as a source of opportunities (visas, scholarships and bribes).

These men wanted to be with the Lavalas regime. Ron Voss, Michael Douglas Perlitz and Geilenfed have all had good relations with President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. The priest exiled in search of support to return to his country, has not taken the necessary time to evaluate these pedophiles missionaries who tried to be generous and good. Some have experienced the Welcome Center THE FANMI SE LAVI, others went to protest outside the Embassy of the United States for the return of democracy. They adopted a strategy to approach the state power of the bourgeoisie and influential diplomats in Haiti, to continue to operate quietly in the country.

As we mentioned earlier, our research we discovered that the St. Joseph Orphanage is linked to a U.S. organization that advocates sex between adults and children. At the funeral of Tom Reeves, the leader of the organization NAMBLA (North American Man / Boy Love Association), which campaigns for the reform of laws prohibiting sexual relations between adults and children and the organization had called that way flowers, friends and supporters for helping the orphanage Saint-Joseph Delmas 91, had a good relationship with Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the leader of the Lavalas movement. In the pamphlet with his biography, the organization boasts that their leader had also met with President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the National Palace.

[Haiti: Linking St. Joseph Orphanage and NAMBLA, an organization pro-pédophilie.

http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/03/haiti-liens-entre-lorphelinat-saint.html?m=1 ]

There is also this excerpt from the book “Notes from the Last Testament: The Struggle for Haiti by Michael Deibert”:
“The Catholic peace movement Pax Christi aussi icts Continued to voice carrier for Aristide Partially as a result of Their chief liaison in Haiti Ron Voss. Voss, an Accused fugitive pedophile American priest from Indiana Have you HAD-settled in Haiti Effective fleeing the United States and, Many Said, Likely child molestation charges, for His loyality WAS Rewarded by Being allowed to live in one of Antoine Izmery’s old homes, All which he dubbed “the house visitation,” Where he and Frequently Held court surrounded by groups of young street boys. It was a sad state of affairs for a leader Have you HAD beens ble to rally Such pervasive media falling on His exile 1991-1993.”

There is also this post-email we received – by mistake – Board Michael Geilenfeld project, in which it is clear that a U.S. diplomatic officer stationed in Haiti, support the accused and does everything to discourage victims.

[Haiti-Pedophile: U.S. diplomats protect a pedophile. (Evidence)
http://www.reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2014/02/haiti-pedophile-us-diplomats-protect.html ]

This explains why all the protests organized by youth of St. Joseph, to protest against the practices of sexual abuse have been aborted. Police, Justice and IBESR do not help the victims who have no choice but to return to implore forgiveness for their torturer.

Commitment Paul Kendrick IGNATIUS GROUP / Cyrus Sibert-ReseauCitadelle:

Since March 2011, our decision to support these young Haitians seeking justice, we changed that. Since then, we struggle with this powerful network with all its ramifications in Haiti and abroad. There are several months of victims and witnesses under oath before all the officers of the American justice; in February 2014 IBESR decided to close the orphanage Saint-Joseph Delmas 91 showing the public that Michael was operating illegally Geilenfeld a center for children in Haiti; in March 2014 victims have filed a formal complaint with the Haitian justice. The case was assigned to Judge Al Duniel Sunday.

[PAEDOPHILIA HAITI: FIVE (5) VICTIMS OF THE ORPHANAGE SAINT-JOSEPH DE Delmas 91 SEIZE THE CABINET OF EDUCATION OF THE HAITIAN JUSTICE.
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Victims who have regained confidence in their struggle for justice is panic in the camp of supporters of the accused. Today, they are firing on all cylinders, they seek to destroy the victims and their supporters. They think they can present the decision to seek justice and reparation as unfair behavior.

We hope that the Haitian authorities to understand the issues and the situation of these young victims harassed daily by those foreigners who believe that everything is permitted on the land of Dessalines. These young people who have been abused physically, sexually and morally, these young people today see their shattered by the lack of sexual predators life – criminals – who at one point in life they had treated as the object of their desire, deserve justice . And it will be a strong message to all other pedophile who understand that Haiti is not their promised land.

Cyrus Sibert, Cap-Haitien, Haiti

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