From the 2001 series: Lenikpo Yeo, also known as Le Gros, which means "The Big Man," carries a gun while walking with his own children and nephews. Le Gros had 19 Malian children working on his farm before he was arrested by the government and forced to pay the children for their work. (
From the 2001 series: Lenikpo Yeo, also known as Le Gros, which means "The Big Man," carries a gun while walking with his own children and nephews. Le Gros had 19 Malian children working on his farm before he was arrested by the government and forced to pay the children for their work. ( KRT
From the 2001 series: Lenikpo Yeo, also known as Le Gros, which means "The Big Man," carries a gun while walking with his own children and nephews. Le Gros had 19 Malian children working on his farm before he was arrested by the government and forced to pay the children for their work. ( KRT

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