Former Head of State, Jean Claude Duvalier, his gestures during an interview in a house in Laboule, outskirts of Port au Prince, Haiti, on April 16, 2011.
Former Head of State, Jean Claude Duvalier, his gestures during an interview in a house in Laboule, outskirts of Port au Prince, Haiti, on April 16, 2011. Andres Martínez Casares
Former Head of State, Jean Claude Duvalier, his gestures during an interview in a house in Laboule, outskirts of Port au Prince, Haiti, on April 16, 2011. Andres Martínez Casares

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