I have borrowed from an article by the human rights groups only changing the names to present the guilty….. switching Aristide for Duvalier. IT WORKS!!
Aristide returned to Haiti in 2011, after nearly 6 years in exile.
Aristide’s rule was marked by systematic human rights violations. Hundreds of political prisoners held in a network of prisons known as the “triangle of death” died from mistreatment or were victims of extrajudicial killings. Aristide’s government repeatedly closed independent newspapers and radio stations. Journalists were beaten, and in some cases tortured, jailed, and forced to leave the country .
Remember Brignel Lindor, news director at privately run Echo 2000 in Petit Goave, 77 kilometres southwest of this capital, was killed Monday night by unidentified assailants suspected of being partisans of the ruling Aristide/Lavalas party. – See more at: http://www.ipsnews.net/2001/12/media-haiti-aristide-supporters-suspected-in-journalists-slaying/#sthash.rXOxke3j.dpuf
Reed Brody, senior counsel at Human Rights Watch, will be in Haiti beginning February 20, 2013, to attend the Court of Appeal hearing in the case of former dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier.
Reed Brody is co-author of the 2011 Human Rights Watch report: “Haiti’s Rendezvous with History: The Case of Jean-Claude Duvalier.” Brody was prosecutions advisor to the Minister of Justice in Haiti from 1995 to 1996, and has since specialized in building human rights prosecutions as counsel in the case of Augusto Pinochet, and lead counsel for the victims in the case of the exiled former dictator of Chad, Hissène Habré, who faces trial in Senegal.
If Brody follows his conscience, and acts on his stated beliefs, the case against Aristide should be a classic in the study of perversion, murder, kidnap