Haitian protesters burn down a radio station owned by Depute Majority Leader Jean Wilson Hyppolite
Angry protesters burned down the premises of the Radio Excellence FM, a radio station in Leogane Haiti owned by Depute Jean Wilson Hyppolite, a supporter of President Jovenel Moise and the president of the majority bloc in the lower house of parliament, the Chambre des Depute.
Benjamin Joseph, general manager of the radio station that was at the in the building at the moment when people set it on fire. He had to jumped over a wall to save his life, a local journalist reported. He suffered some injuries.
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