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Militias' might key to Aristide's grip on power

By Steven Dudley
Globe Correspondent / February 19, 2004

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Their leaders have ominous names like "One Shot to the Head" and "Caesarean Section." They have up to 30 men in each group, many of them teens, patrolling neighborhoods across the city with M-4 carbines and Beretta 9mm handguns with which they enforce their own justice. (Full Article: 1064 Words)

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