United Voices for Yvel Celestin

A caring father, a family man, a community leader, a businessman, a missionary, and a visionary was given a torturous and undeserved death back on July 27, 2019 in Port au Prince, Haiti, the country he spent many years serving and by the very people he was supporting, serving, providing employment to, and dedicated his friendship to. This is the tragic story of Yvel Celestin of Arcahaie, Haiti. Yvel entered the United States at the age of 13 and became a US citizen soon after. Yvel was a lovely soul who lived life by helping the less fortunate. He believed in family and friendship. It is because of his belief in people that he received a tragic death by three guys he called his friends: Ralf Nozil, Wilson Loiseau, and Rodney Ferdinand. Everyone, including friends, family, lawyers, fellow missionaries are still in shock and are all asking questions as to the real reason these three monsters took away such a precious life. Gracefully, two of them were captured while Rodney Ferdinand is still out there living his life and searching to hurt other family members who are seeking justice for this crime. Out of the two captured, Ralf Nozil was released without the family's knowledge and no one knows where he is at this time. Yvel was an American Citizen, missionary, and father. His death should not go unpunished. We are asking the American government with the cooperation of the Haitian government to do the right thing. We have lost Yvel but the closure can only come when this crime is paid for, when justice is served. In addition, until these 3 men along with anyone else involved are all brought to justice, not only will Yvel never rest in peace, the lives of the remaining family members in the US and in Haiti remain in danger because Ralf Nozile has a visas and has traveled to the US in the past and stayed at Yvel's house where Yvel's child and other family members currently live. This crime should not go unpunished, justice must be served, Yvel Celestin deserves that much.

Thank you
The family

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