The United States can represent many things to the world's impoverished, but in late September 1992, this country meant one very basic thing to Omila Foufoune Cesaire: safety. She was in a panic to escape the murderous gangs and lethally berserk military that prowled the streets of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, killing her neighbors and looting their homes in the bloody aftermath of the coup that ousted democratically elected President Jean-Bertrand... More >>>