Woodring, this is why Haitians should start working together...

Santia - May 27 2013, 2:56 PM

Woodring, this is why Haitians should start working together and value each other's works more. It is people like that photojournalist who never stops to put shame on this country..

If he was a real human being and in pursuit of a pulitzer prize, he should have instead focused on something else. Not only did he focus on something negative, he made up the freaking stories.

I mean come on, that is just sad...

However, I am not shocked, Haiti is used by many for money, fame, and to make others feel better about themselves.

Unbelievable !!!

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