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IN HAITI, SAVIORS ARE SINNERS
BY Juan Gonzalez /
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS /
Tuesday, February 24, 2004, 12:00 AM
There has been a steady drumbeat of press reports the past few months to the effect that Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide has lost popular support, quashed dissent and allowed corruption to flourish. But we've heard very little about the rebels and key opposition leaders seeking to oust him - or about Washington's often murky role in Haitian politics. Take Guy Philippe, for example. He is a former member of the notorious Haitian Army that overthrew Aristide in 1991. Philippe was sent to Ecuador during the coup years, where he and a dozen other Haitian Army officers received training from U.
S. Special Forces. It was no secret during those years that while the Clinton administration officially supported Aristide, the CIA and the Pentagon regarded him as a dangerous radical and opposed his return to power. Clinton opted in 1994 to send in U.
S. troops to reinstall Aristide, the Haitian Army was disbanded and Washington created and trained a new Haitian police force. Philippe became part of that force and promptly was promoted to police chief of Cap-Haitien, while several of his Ecuadoran-trained comrades likewise were appointed to key police posts. In 2001, shortly after Aristide's reelection, Philippe led an armed attack on the presidential palace, then fled to the Dominican Republic. Another rebel leader is Louis Jodel Chamblain. He is a former head of a paramilitary death squad called FRAPH, which murdered hundreds of Haitians during the 1991-94 coup. FRAPH chief Emmanuel (Toto) Constant, who now lives in Queens, claimed several years ago that his group had the backing of the CIA. Chamblain, who also was living in the Dominican Republic until recently, was convicted in absentia in Haiti for the assassination of human rights activist Antoine Izmery and for the 1994 Raboteau massacre of several dozen civilians. Andre Apaid, a rich Haitian businessman who holds U.
S. citizenship, is a leader of one of the main legal opposition groups that turned down a political settlement yesterday that could have avoided further violence. The settlement was negotiated over the weekend by Roger Noriega, the top U.
S. envoy for the Western Hemisphere. It would allow Aristide to complete his term but leave most day-to-day power in the hands of a new coalition government. Aristide accepted the compromise plan but the opposition will accept nothing less than his resignation. The U.
S.-based National Labor Committee, which first revealed the Kathie Lee Gifford sweat shop scandal, reported several years ago that Apaid's factories in Haiti's free trade zone often pay below the minimum wage and that his employees are forced to work 78-hour weeks. With liberators like these, no wonder the poor of Port-au-Prince are building barricades and sticking with Aristide. E-mail:jgonzalez@edit.