Jean-Bertrand Aristide



Jean-Bertrand Arisitide and his wife Mildred, Feb. 2004 

           Hundreds of books litter the home office of Aristide on March
           3, 2004. The house, on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, has
           been looted and ransacked since Aristide fled the country.
     A baby grand piano sits in the long, curving driveway leading
     to where Jean-Bertrand Aristide lived before fleeing. A looter
     said he found moldering U.S. currency in a safe there. 

     A looter leaves the Aristide house in
     Port-au-Prince on Monday, March 1,
     2004. On the ground is a mask of the
     former president.
     A mask of Aristide lies broken at
     the entrance of his looted house in

Aristide and wife Mildred are reunited with their children, 7-year-old Christine, left center, and 5-year-old Michaelle, on Friday, March 19, 2004 in Kingston, Jamaica.


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MARCH 2004

Aristide, center, and his wife Mildred Trouillot, are welcomed
at the Kingston, Jamaica, airport by the foreign trade minister,
Delano Franklin on March 15, 2004.

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