Haiti Alert - Did Dominican Military Attack Planes enter Haitian Airspace?

There's been reports that Dominican military helicopters and attack planes flew along the Northern Haiti-Domincan border near the city of Dajabon Friday... Some eyewitnesses say these military aircrafts may have crossed into Haitian airspace...

KREYOL: Haiti - Militè Dominicain voye avion de guerre yo nan frontiere Haitiano-Dominicain an. Gen moun ki di yo travese rantre nan espas Haitien an. Jounal Dominicain confirme vol sa yo men yo pa admet si tout bon yo te travese rantre an Haiti. Kisa ou panse de sa?

Dominican news web site DominicanToday reports...

At least two Dominican Air Force Super Tucanos planes were spotted around 7am as merchants formed lines to cross the border and take part in the market. The two helicopter were seen two hours later.

Dominican Military sources say this is in response to 24 Dominican truck confiscated across the Haitian border, attempts to burn down the Dominican consulate in Ouanaminthe and plans to boycott the cross border market held Fridays and Mondays

QUESTION: Did any of these planes fly over Haitian airspace? What if they did?

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Proud To Be Haitian says...

For your information, Ricart, Dominicans are practicing voodoo more than Haitians.

Haitians do not need voodoo to get your ass. We had your ass before remember! Stop talking shit, you need to tell your army in Haiti to attack, and you'll

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Proud To Be Haitian says...

@Ricart, I told you many times that I do know Haiti's history very-well.

As a result, I do not need your help. Again, we are Dessalines if you only know what that mean. You don't want to go there talking about Toussaint L'Ouverture.

The world recognizes Toussaint L'Ouverture as the black Bonaparte, the black George Washington, etc etc. You find Toussaint L'Ouverture's name in lots of books in America, France, Italy talking about how smart he was. You! I mean you too Ricart think you can talk down on Toussaint L'Ouverture.

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Ricart says...

Don't worry my Haitian friends, if DR ever decides to attack Haiti with their Super Tucanos Planes, all you have to do is dig up Jean-Jacques Dessalines's body and do some Voodoo shit with it. That will surely stop the missiles and carpet-bombing from the Tucanos.

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Ricart says...

Jean-Jacques Dessalines:

* Gained a reputation for his "take no prisoners" policy, and for burning homes and entire villages to the ground (Just like the Viking Raiders from Scandinavia).

* Backstabbed Toussaint Louverture, the leader of the Haitian Revolution, and was responsible for his arrest (Just like Judas, the Apostle who betrayed Jesus to his enemies for 30 pieces of silver).

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Kreyolman says...

i like that "We are Dessalines".

it says it

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Proud To Be Haitian says...

This is not the time for finger pointing argument.

I see some Haitian keep talking shit: we don't get along, we killing each other, we have no army, blah blah. Haiti is not the first and won't be the last place where people dislike other people and do horrible shit toward one another.

This shit is happening everywhere in the world because it is human nature.

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Ricart says...

"There's been reports that Dominican military helicopters and attack planes flew along the Northern Haiti-Domincan border"

Perhaps it has something to do with the facts that 27 Dominican trucks were retained in Juana Mendez (Ouanaminthe) by the Directorate of Customs of Haiti.

Those trucks cost lots of money!

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Garry Destin says...

He really has a big problem d

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Franck says...

Haitians cannot do nothing without an army. So be

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Mike Stallone Sylvestre says...

I think Haiti is already occupied by international community so if another country is trying to intervene, that can happen only undercover of united

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