Haiti: The re-trial of Louis Jodel Chamblain, a test of the judicial system in Haiti
On 22 April 2004 convicted human rights abuser and rebel leader Louis Jodel Chamblain gave himself up to the Haitian authorities and is currently in custody in Port-au-Prince. Another convicted human rights abuser, Jean Pierre Baptiste, known as "Jean Tatoune", has announced to the press that he will follow Chamblain's example on 1 May.
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