Saturday, February 12, 2011

Disabled Football

I'm continuing to shoot a story on the disabled football team formed last August composed mostly of earthquake survivors who lost their limbs. These guys are really amazing, an incredible example of survival and perseverance.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Reed Brody of Human Rights Watch in Haiti.

Reed Brody of Human Rights Watch and Bobby Duval a former prisoner of The Duvalier Regime at the famous former prison Fort Dimanche in Port Au Prince Haiti. Fort Dimanche was a place where most people went in and almost nobody came out again, political prisoners were tortured and killed by the thousands during the Duvalier era. Duvalier returned to Haiti last month. Bobby Duval spent over a year in this prison and is lucky to be alive today to tell his story.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Bloody aftermath of shooting in Port Au Prince.

In broad daylight a kiskeya radio journalist was shot to death on the street near the plaza hotel. His name was Jean Richard Louis Charles. No one knows why, Robbery, or....What a waste.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Waiting for Aristide: Back in Haiti again.

Jean Bertrand Aristide, wrongfully taken from Haiti in 2004(in my opinion)by the United States and forced into exile in South Africa may return to Haiti in the next few days or weeks. If Duvalier can return, why not Aristide?

Photograph from Titanyen, 2/8/2011. A place made famous for the dumping the bodies of executed political opponents, now the site of the mass grave containing the bodies of tens of thousands of earthquake victims.