Shortly after sunset on April 18, Nadia Garçon, a pretty 20-year-old with long, blond braids and almond-shaped eyes, stood in the hallway of her Little Haiti apartment building near the back door. She held her squirming two-year-old son, Joshua, on her left hip. About 20 feet away, two guys argued over a five-dollar bag of weed in the... More >>>