Judge, teacher, and writer Jean Sénat Fleury grew up in Saint-Marc, Haiti. He has been a trainer at the National Police Academy (1995–1996) and director of studies at the magistracy school in Pétion-Ville (2000–2004). He is the author of the books Jean-Jacques Dessalines: Words Beyond the Grave, Toussaint Louverture: The Trial of the Slave Trafficking, and Adolf Hitler: Trial in Absentia in Nuremberg. Mr. Fleury immigrated to Boston in the United States in 2007. He obtained a master’s degree in public administration and another degree in political science at Suffolk University. In 2014, he became director of the Caribbean Arts Gallery and a charitable organization called Art-For-Change. His latest book, The Trial of Osama bin Laden, is a narrative with historical facts, of course, but written in a novelistic style. This book is a book of information and training, a reference book that should be read as an educational tool on the attacks of September 11, 2001, while allowing a better understanding of the thought and philosophy of the leader of al-Qaeda. Through the play of fiction, the author hides behind the New York prosecutor to present the elements of the prosecution and asks the court to convict bin Laden, FBI one of the most wanted terrorists.