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Haiti, 2004   Portrait of a dangerous man.
Commander Deuxcel was the leader of an outfit of armed men who were part of the military effort that ousted Jean Paul Aristide, the President of Haiti. These units terrorized the population to quell any opposition. Reports had it that this group had recently rounded up a number of people, locked them in a shipping container and demanded ransom from relatives, threatening to dump the steel box in the ocean. As the relatives pleaded that they had no money, the commander and his men made good on their threat.

Deuxcel wanted to get in on having his picture taken when the group was encountered by the photographer.