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Once again, tragedy, gross incompetence in Haiti - August 28, 2003

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Fifteen -year old Frantzy Jean-Laurent rummages in the ash and charred fragments of the Tropical Airways commercial aircraft that crashed and exploded Sunday. All 19 passengers and two pilots were killed. 'It hurts me bad to see what happened. Human beings like me, burned and cut to pieces. Everybody here is very upset,' he said on Monday, August 25, 2003. The cause of the crash has not been determined.(Ap Photo/ Daniel Morel)

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Map of Haiti locating the crash on takeoff of a Haitian airliner.(AFP/Martin Megino)

Will tyrant and druglord Jean-Bertrand Aristide go down with with narco-business partner, Jacques Beaudouin Ketant? - August 28, 2003

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The mansion of Beaudoin 'Jacques' Ketant, 40, looks out over a neighborhood in Petion-ville, Haiti, on Friday, June 20, 2003. Ketant, charged with coordinating the movement of 33 tons of Colombian drug shipments through Haiti on their way to the United States pleaded guilty Thursday, Aug. 28, 2003, to two of five counts against him. Ketant pleaded guilty to two drug charges, according to U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno's office. A sentencing hearing is set for Dec. 4, 2003. (AP Photo/ Daniel Morel)

A priest-totalitarian dictator - August 28, 2003


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Fritz Sauveget, a priest-totalitarian dictator, in Leogāne, Haiti, who on Thursday, August 28, 2003 said on Haiti's National Television, or Television Nationale, "journalist Peterson Milord was lucky I only had my micophone with me. If I had my gun with me I would have shot him to death." Milord who was removed by force by totalitarian dictator Jean-Bertrand Aristide's thugs on the order of the so-called priest from a service attended by bestial tyrant Bertrand Aristide on August 23, 2003, in Leogāne, about 21 miles west of the capital city of Port-au-Prince, has since feared dead. 

A brutal death - August 28, 2003


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SEEKING CLUES: An investigator on Wednesday surveys the site near Northwest 84th Street and 15th Avenue where Alfred Gilles' taxi cab stopped after he was was shot and killed Tuesday. JARED LAZARUS/HERALD STAFF

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