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24138: (Discussion) Saint-Vil: U OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW UNVEILS MASSACRES IN HAITI (fwd)
From: Jean Saint-Vil <email@example.com>
Forget all propaganda and political spin for a brief moment.
Here is what is truly going on in Haiti TODAY !
A human rights team conducted an investigation in Haiti from November
11 to 21, 2004. The group met with businessmen, grassroots leaders,
gang members, victims of human rights violations, lawyers, human
rights groups, and police and officials from the UN and the Haitian
and U.S. governments, and conducted observations in poor
neighborhoods, police stations, prisons, hospitals and the state
morgue. Because of the importance of the findings, the Center for the
Study of Human Rights has chosen to publicize them. The report
concludes that many Haitians, especially those living in poor
neighborhoods, now struggle against inhuman horror. The Center
presents this report with the hope that officials, policymakers and
citizens will not only understand this horror better, but will take
immediate action to stop it.
WARNING: THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS GRAPHIC PHOTOS.
«Depi nan Ginen bon nèg ap ede nèg!»