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27 septembre 2003

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Stragglers from a protest march walk through the seaside slum of Raboteau in Gonaives, Haiti, on Friday, Sept. 26, 2003, passing the remains of a burning barricade. Protesters were demonstrating against the September 22 murder of local pro-government strongman Amiot Metayer, which Raboteau residents say was ordered by the government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. For the fourth day in a row, Gonaives was shut down as protesters took to the streets and erected burning barricades. (AP Photo/Daniel Morel)
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Buteur Metayer, center, and other residents of the seaside slum of Raboteau in Gonaives, Haiti, on Friday, Sept. 26, 2003, demonstrate against the September 22 murder of his brother, local pro-government strongman Amiot Metayer, which Buteur and other protesters say was ordered the government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. For the fourth day in a row, Gonaives was shut down as protesters took to the streets and erected burning barricades. (AP Photo/Daniel Morel)
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Jean Pierre, alias ’Jean Tatoun,’ center in the red shirt, leads a march through the streets of the seaside slum of Raboteau in Gonaives, Haiti, on Friday, Sept. 26, 2003, to protest the September 22 murder of local pro-government strongman Amiot Metayer. Raboteau residents say Metayer’s death was ordered by the government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Pierre was convicted of participating in an army massacre of Aristide supporters during the 1991-1994 coup d’etat, but was freed from prison lastyear when Metayer partisans smashed a bulldozer through the prison wall, allowing some 160 men to escape. For the fourth day in a row, Gonaives was shut down as protesters took to the streets and erected burning barricades. (AP Photo/Daniel Morel)

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