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Frontline's "Battle for Haiti"

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Dan Reed, producer of the Frontline documentary “Battle for Haiti” talks about the more than 4,000 prisoners who escaped from the National Penitentiary during last year’s earthquake, the struggling police effort to recapture them, life in the tent cities where they hide, and the politicians who rely on them to get elected. “Battle for Haiti” airs January 11, at 9 pm, on PBS.

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Dan Reed
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Comments [2]

Sam Jones from Rochester, NY

They have to do the best they can. Most countries where a large percentage of the population need help from NGO's have corrupt governments.

Jan. 11 2011 12:58 PM
Patricia from FH

How can NGO's work with the government if it's corrupt?

Jan. 11 2011 12:40 PM

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