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Haiti after the Press Went Home
On July 15, CNN reported that, "Aristide supporters, singing 'happy birthday', marched with empty plates and spoons to show they were hungry. "If Aristide was here, we would be celebrating with him and eat with him at the national palace on his birthday today," said Michele Sanon, a resident of the Cité Soleil slum."

Haitians Seized, Abused by U.S. Marines
At 12:30 in the morning of May 10, approximately 20 U.S. Marines executed a military assault on the Port-au-Prince home of 69-year-old Annette Auguste, a.k.a. Souer Anne. Auguste’s residence is part of a compound that includes four other apartments that were also invaded by the U.S. military forces. The troops covered the heads of 11 Haitians with black hoods and then forced them to lay face down on the ground while binding their wrists with plastic manacles behind their backs. The victims of this terrifying U.S. military invasion included five-year-old Chamyr Samedi, 10-year-old Kerlande Philippe, 12-year-old Loubahida Augustine, 14-year-old Luckman Augustine, and seven adults.

Bush accused of supporting Haitian rebels
"The Bush administration is again engaged in regime change by armed aggression," former U.S. attorney general Ramsey Clark said. "This time, the armed aggression is against the administration of the democratically elected president of Haiti."

While U.S. Tries to Mask it's Role - Haitians resist coup attempt
The truth is there has already been plenty of U.S. intervention, both covert and overt, aimed at replacing the Aristide government with one deemed more compliant by the big business interests that run U.S. foreign policy.

Rebels Threatened to Attack Capital Unless Leader Resigned
President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the slum priest who became his country's first democratically elected president, resigned today under intense pressure from the United States and the threat of an invasion of the capital by armed insurgents, fleeing by jet at dawn under heavy American guard.

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