Here is a photo of Casernes Dessalines - 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
Here is a picture of soldier and rebel leader Remissainthe Ravix. In 2004, these rebels were advancing toward the Haitian capital with the objective to remove President Jean-Bertrand Aristide form power. Tey also stated they wanted to end the violence in Haiti and think it will be done by removing the current president from office
Here is a picture of the Milice Volontaires de la Securite nationale MVSN in Haiti.
Francois Duvalier created the MVSN in 1959. Milice Volontaires de la Securite nationale were also called Tonton macoute, a force responsible to main tain control and support the Duvalier regime throughout the country
Here is a picture of a Haitian as he was the victim of Kidnapping. According to report, this person was hidden under the ground by the Kidnapping gand in Haiti who demanded a large sum of money to release him. The police was able to discover the hidden place and released the individual
Here is a picture of the US Marines force in Haiti. This is not the first time the Haitian population has been introduced to the US Marines.
On July 28, 1915, 330 US Marines occupied Haiti The United States Marines landed at Port-au-Prince on the authority of then President of the United States Woodrow Wilson to safeguard the interests of US corporations. It ended on August 1, 1934,