Poulet is an elderly Haitian matriarch and the leader of the Haitian gang which she also uses as her own protection. Most of Auntie Poulet's life before the late s is unknown. Poulet started both tea and drugs business during her youth. Poulet also founded a small Haitian gang.
Filmed with Hancock County News. Published Je 19 1980 - N 13 1981. Filmed with Sneedville News (1916 - 1922. North Hamilton County News.
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