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Santo Domingo.- Joel Pineda’s relatives changed their faces from sadness to joy when they learned that he, along with two other truck drivers, was released in Haiti, after spending a month and nine days in the hands of kidnappers.
For the release of Pineda and his companions Wilson Rodríguez and Luis Díaz, the kidnappers even asked for UUS$200,000 to allow them to return to the Dominican Republic.
On Monday night, in his neighborhood 13 kilometers north of the city, Pineda’s relatives played music, drank beer and prepared a sancocho when they learned that he was coming back to his homeland and with his coworkers.
As sad as I am for everything Haitian, this is not good, it really depicts the level of ignorance these people are living with, kidnap Americans, Canadians, Germans or any other country that are not feeding you every single day but this is ‘’biting the hand that feeds you’’ at another level.
You are one an incompetent fool !!!
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