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Emmanuel Toto Constant

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Background Information

Employment History

Onyx Pharmaceuticals , Inc.


The Focal Point LLC


Head

Revolutionary Front for the Advancement


Affiliations

FRAPH

Founder


Chamblain

Co-Founder


Haitian Front

Founder


murderous paramilitary FRAPH organization

Founder


French Foreign Ministry

Secretary of State


The Mixed Corps

Member


ANTI-ARISTIDE POLITICAL

Founder


Advancement and Progress of Haiti

Founder and Secretary General of Paramilitary Front


Web References(200 Total References)


HaitiAnalysis.com Brooklyn, NY: Protestors Demonstrate as Toto Constant Trial is Postponed

www.HaitiAnalysis.com [cached]

The trial of former Haitian death-squad leader Emmanuel "Toto" Constant for mortgage fraud was supposed to start May 7 at the New York State Supreme Court building in Brooklyn, but instead it was postponed until July 8.
New York State authorities arrested Constant in New York in July 2006 for his involvement in a mortgage fraud ring which bilked banks out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in fake property sales from 2002 to 2006 (see Haiti Liberte, Vol. 1, No. 41, 4/20/2008). Constant is a notorious figure in the Haitian community for acting as the head of the Revolutionary Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH), a CIA-supported death-squad that engaged in murder, arson, torture and rape during the 1991-1994 coup d'etat against the government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. About one dozen demonstrators gathered outside the court-house with a sound system from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. to raise consciousness in the crowds rushing to work and school about the trial and Constant's human rights record. Since Constant fled a warrant in Haiti in December 1994 and clandestinely slunk into the U.S., human rights groups have been clamoring for him to be brought to justice for crimes against humanity. For years, human rights and Haitian community groups called for Constant to be sent back to Haiti to stand trial, a call which the U.S. government resisted. Now Washington wants to see Constant sent back to Haiti while the grassroots groups do not. And it is now that we see the Department of Homeland Security insisting that Constant be sent back to Haiti immediately." Constant then came to the U.S. Of course he was welcomed with open arms, as are so many of his ilk." Today we see that they give money more value than people" because Constant is being prosecuted for grand larceny and falsifying business documents rather than crimes against humanity.


HaitiAnalysis.com Brooklyn, NY: Protestors Demonstrate as Toto Constant Trial is Postponed

www.HaitiAnalysis.com [cached]

The trial of former Haitian death-squad leader Emmanuel "Toto" Constant for mortgage fraud was supposed to start May 7 at the New York State Supreme Court building in Brooklyn, but instead it was postponed until July 8.
New York State authorities arrested Constant in New York in July 2006 for his involvement in a mortgage fraud ring which bilked banks out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in fake property sales from 2002 to 2006 (see Haiti Liberte, Vol. 1, No. 41, 4/20/2008). Constant is a notorious figure in the Haitian community for acting as the head of the Revolutionary Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH), a CIA-supported death-squad that engaged in murder, arson, torture and rape during the 1991-1994 coup d'etat against the government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. About one dozen demonstrators gathered outside the court-house with a sound system from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. to raise consciousness in the crowds rushing to work and school about the trial and Constant's human rights record. Since Constant fled a warrant in Haiti in December 1994 and clandestinely slunk into the U.S., human rights groups have been clamoring for him to be brought to justice for crimes against humanity. For years, human rights and Haitian community groups called for Constant to be sent back to Haiti to stand trial, a call which the U.S. government resisted. Now Washington wants to see Constant sent back to Haiti while the grassroots groups do not.


www.HaitiAnalysis.com

The trial of former Haitian death-squad leader Emmanuel "Toto" Constant for mortgage fraud was supposed to start May 7 at the New York State Supreme Court building in Brooklyn, but instead it was postponed until July 8. New York State authorities arrested Constant in New York in July 2006 for his involvement in a mortgage fraud ring which bilked banks out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in fake property sales from 2002 to 2006 (see Haiti Liberte, Vol.1, No. 41, 4/20/2008). Constant is a notorious figure in the Haitian community for acting as the head of the Revolutionary Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH), a CIA-supported death-squad that engaged in murder, arson, torture and rape during the 1991-1994 coup d'etat against the government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. About one dozen demonstrators gathered outside the court-house with a sound system from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. to raise consciousness in the crowds rushing to work and school about the trial and Constant's human rights record.Since Constant fled a warrant in Haiti in December 1994 and clandestinely slunk into the U.S., human rights groups have been clamoring for him to be brought to justice for crimes against humanity. For years, human rights and Haitian community groups called for Constant to be sent back to Haiti to stand trial, a call which the U.S. government resisted.Now Washington wants to see Constant sent back to Haiti while the grassroots groups do not.


CHAN-Wpg >> President Aristide Never Resigned

winnipeg.canadahaitiaction.ca [cached]

One is Jodel Chamblain, founder of the Revolutionary Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH) in 1994 together with Emmanuel Constant, following orders of US Defense Intelligence officer Collins, from the US embassy," he described. Constant was the visible face, but Chamblain (of Gonaives) was the executioner.During the coup in 1994 he used to take out the followers of the Lavalas Party from their homes, execute them and fling their bodies in the streets or in massive graves," said Kurzban. Three years later, while living in the US and on the brink of his deportation to Haiti after the president was restored, Constant told the program 60 Minutes and other media that he "feared to return because he had worked for the CIA."


Haiti uncertainty after Aristide | Ardain Isma

www.justresponse.net [cached]

Louis Jodel Chamblain was a former sergeant of the defunct Haitian army who later joined the CIA operative Emmanuel "Toto" Constant to found the Haitian Front for Advancement and Progress or FRAPH from its French acronym, which means to beat or to trash in both Creole and French.
According to a CIA intelligence memorandum obtained by the Center for Constitutional Rights, "FRAPH members Jodel Chamblain, Emmanuel Constant, and Gabriel Doublaze met with an unidentified military officer in the morning of October 14 th to discuss a plan to kill Malary." Constant is now living freely in New Jersey.


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