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 Posted Wednesday, July 7, 2010                                 

Gunned Down, in Broad Daylight, in the Presence of Many
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In Haiti, where bandits say even a residual sense of civility must not be the norm, on Saturday, July 3, 2010 Jean Charles Ernst, 35, was gunned down, in broad daylight, and, yes, too, in the presence of many, only minutes after he departed the Port-au-Prince's only airport, Toussaint L'Ouverture, where he picked-up close family members, who minutes before arrived by way of an American Airliner flight from New York. The automobile the victim was conducting subsequently hit the principal gate of the Venezuelan Embassy. Mr. Ernst's family members were slightly injured, and police ultimately captured the bandits, who witnesses said were circulating on motorcycles. (Photo/Watson Joseph--AlerteHaiti)
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