In devastated Haitian city, a body as envoy of peace
09/11/2008 8:35 AM
09/11/2008 8:39 AM
The many other bodies in the Haitian city of Gonaives were important too, the bloated and decomposing flood victims, not to mention the people who survived the storms -- the ones with broken bones, the tuberculosis case in the crowded prison, the homeless and the hungry. But Max Cosci was there on a special mission: recovering Lionel Augustin's body and sending it back to his home village could prevent a riot.
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