What you are looking at is a picture Clifford Brandt as he is entering Police station in Port-au-Prince.
A lawyer hired by the Brandt family agreed that Brandt had led police to the place of kidnapping. However, he said his client did not participate in kidnapping. His defense is that Brandt had organized the children's removal in a family dispute.
Here is a photo of Manno Charlemagne Elected Mayor Of Port-au-Prince.
exiled himself, when the Haitian army forced Aristide into exile in U.S. He surfaced again in North America, giving concerts and stirring up support for democracy in Haiti. He issued a single at that time, La Fimen. Once the U.N. reclaimed Haiti's constitutional government for the country, Charlemagne returned and was elected Mayor of Port-au-Prince.
This is our historic Haitian Iron Market back in the days. The Marche en Fer in Port-au-Prince
Marche en Fer had its share of difficulties in the beginning of the 21st century. The iron market was decimated by a fire in 2008, and the 2010 earthquake gave it the final knock-out punch that actually brought the marche to its knee before the Digicel CEO paid for its renovation
Effective June 9, 2011, Continental Airlines will Fly toToussaint L'Ouverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday directly from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey to Port-au-Prince with plan to increase their flight to Haiti in the future.
Here is a beautiful picture of the Marche en Fer or Iron Market as it was renovated after the 2010 earthquake.
The historic marche Hyppolite was built in the 19th century in France. The original plan was not to build a Marche. The French engineers made this structure to be use in Cairo, Egypt as a railway station.
Here is a photo of Streets Of Port-au-Prince - Haiti Earthquake - January 12, 2010. The epicenter of the Haiti earthquake was located 16 miles from Port-au-Prince. One year later, about 500 refugee camps still existed in Port-au-prince. Rape and common crimes in refugee camps were common, where 230 such cases were reported in the first six month after the earthquake