PHOTO: "Persecution Politique" Search Results - Haiti on Top

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Look at this photo... A quick image search in Google reveals that Haiti is the hottest spot where the term "Persecution Politique" is in use. This snapshot of the search results put Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide on top of the results multiple times...

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