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Dessalines did not try to hide the massacre from the world.In an official proclamation of 8 April 1804, he stated, "We have given these true cannibals war for war, crime for crime, outrage for outrage.Before his departure from a city, Dessalines would proclaim an amnesty for all the whites who had survived in hiding during the massacre.When these people left their hiding place, however, they were killed as well.During February and March, Dessalines traveled among the cities of Haiti to assure himself that his orders were carried out.Despite his orders, the massacres were often not carried out until he visited the cities in person.

As elsewhere, the majority of the women were initially not killed.Dessalines's advisers, however, pointed out that the white Haitians would not disappear if the women were left to give birth to white men, and after this, Dessalines ordered that the women should be killed as well, with the exception of those who agreed to marry non-white men.One of the most notorious of the massacre participants was Jean Zombi, a mulatto resident of Port-au-Prince who was known for his brutality.One account describes how Zombi stopped a white man on the street, stripped him naked, and took him to the stair of the Presidential Palace, where he killed him with a dagger.

Dessalines was reportedly among the spectators; he was said to be "horrified" by the episode.

In Port-au-Prince, only a few killings had occurred in the city despite the orders.

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