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After having abandoned the idea of Senator François Anik Joseph to analyze each page of passports to carbon 14 to see if the ink of these seals correspond to the dates indicated, the Commission raised yesterday Tuesday, the mysterious case of a passport, which would be inconsistent and therefore false. Before to give back the travel documents, the Senator Jean Baptiste Bien Aimé (INITE), member of the Commission has read each passport number [numbered for the purposes of 1 to 8] keeping for the end the "famous" passport No. 7 which should allow the continuation of this saga.
Speaking to representatives of "Religion for Peace" while reiterating that he is a former Consul of Haiti in the Dominican Republic and therefore qualified to determine the authenticity of a passport he wished to clarify them "...we want to attract the attention of 'Religions for Peace', we only want make understand that we found that the passport No. 7 has 33 pages instead of 32 pages like all other passports. The printed number that we see, is supposed to match the number that are perforated on the pages [...] we see that it is the number FL 30 0 93 and the other number perforated [top of page] is R 04 61 802 and does not match... This passport, fake passport, we also see that it has erasures [...]"
Mgr Zacchaeus Duracin argued once again to the Senators present, the position of his organization, noting that the religious did not intend to enter into technical details of passports of the Head of State "We played and will continue to play our role of facilitator so that the two powers [the executive and legislative] can collaborate for the benefit of the population."
The Senator Jean Baptiste Bien Aimé clarified that these new indices and other irregularities already identified will be documented in the preliminary report to be submitted to the Assembly to which it will return to determine what it is appropriate to do about this case.
The Senator Jean Charles Moses, has taken advantage of the delivery of travel documents to "Religion for Peace" to ask them again, to request, to the President Martelly, his residence card. Another controversial issue on which the President has still not answered and that we will know more in an upcoming episode.
After putting in doubt the statements of Ambassador Kenneth Marten, we now have a Senator who has expertise in the false passports, superior to the competence of U.S. Customs, that would never have have noticed during the travels of Martelly travel, that the passport was a coarse forgery... [?]