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L'injustice(suite)

Note de la traductrice: Cette histoire est la suite de http://worldpulse.com/node/58478

la maman était bouleversée elle commençait a pleurer qu'on voulait piquer sont parcelle ,après un jour elle était partie déposée une plainte contre ce riche ,mais curieusement ce patron avait remporte la victoire car il avait corrompu les juges, ,le procureur ,et les témoins,la maman croyait qu'elle avait tous perdu ,mais le bon Dieu lui avait un notre procureur rt ils avait encore ouvert le dossier et la maman avait remportée la victoire c'est ainsi que ici chez nous il y a beaucoup de cas pareil ,beaucoup de riche saisissement les parcelle de pauvre parce que ils savent qu'il sont puissant et peuvent maitre en poche tous les monde.Merci

English translation by PulseWire member LightMyWay

Note from the translator: This story is the continuation of http://worldpulse.com/node/58478.

The mother was so overwhelmed she started to cry, over the fact someone would steal her land from her. The next day she went to issue a grievance against this wealthy man, but curiously enough this man won because he had corrupted the judges, the prosecutor, and the witnesses. The woman believed she had lost everything, but the good Lord himself had another prosecutor: the case was re-opened and the woman won. Here in our country there are many cases like this, many rich who seize the land of the poor because they know that they are powerful and can have everyone wrapped around their little finger. Thank you.

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LightMyWay's picture

Merci

Ma chère Aminalydia,

Merci d’avoir partagé votre récit touchant et émouvant avec notre communauté ici sur PulseWire. Je me demande en le lisant, est-ce que c’est une vraie histoire que vous avez vue ou entendue, ou est-ce que c’est une allégorie ? N’importe, il est pénible de reconnaitre que ces situations se passent quotidiennement et que les femmes sont si souvent les victimes. S’il vous plaît continuez à partager vos expériences—on vous écoute, et la haute visibilité de ce gros problème est la première étape à sa résolution. Merci encore.

Chaleureusement,
LightMyWay
(Lydia)

[Note de la traductrice: Cette histoire est la suite de http://worldpulse.com/node/58478
Note from the translator: This story is the continuation of http://worldpulse.com/node/58478.]

The mother was so overwhelmed she started to cry, over the fact someone would steal her land from her. The next day she went to issue a grievance against this wealthy man, but curiously enough this man won because he had corrupted the judges, the prosecutor, and the witnesses. The woman believed she had lost everything, but the good Lord himself had another prosecutor: the case was re-opened and the woman won. Here in our country there are many cases like this, many rich who seize the land of the poor because they know that they are powerful and can have everyone wrapped around their little finger. Thank you.

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