Most Haitians are the greatest people on this earth.
But some of them look at any white man as an opportunity to score some coins.
Paul Waggoner is in one the most filthy prisons in the world right now simply because his heart was broken for the plight of the Haitians in the aftermath of the January earthquake.
After hearing about Haiti's disaster he sold his business and flew to Port-au-Prince.
A few days ago, after months and months of tirelessly pouring out his life for those in need, the cops arrested him (yes, the cops, too, see an opportunity for coins---and the judge is no dummy either).
By the way: When you are in jail in Haiti they do not feed you or give you clean water to drink. You only eat or drink if friends bring help. I know. I spent a night in a Haitian jail.
Here are two numbers you can call:
The State Department at 202-647-6575 and ask for Suzanne Grantham.
Overseas Citizens Services at 202-647-5225.
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