Beaudouin “Jacques” Ketant was sentenced to 27 years in a U.S. prison for smuggling cocaine between Haiti and the United States. He has been deported to Haiti after having his sentenced chopped in half earlier this year.
Beaudouin “Jacques” Ketant was sentenced to 27 years in a U.S. prison for smuggling cocaine between Haiti and the United States. He has been deported to Haiti after having his sentenced chopped in half earlier this year.
Beaudouin “Jacques” Ketant was sentenced to 27 years in a U.S. prison for smuggling cocaine between Haiti and the United States. He has been deported to Haiti after having his sentenced chopped in half earlier this year.

Cocaine kingpin Jacques Ketant back in Haiti

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