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Young Gregoire-Ronald Chery on vacation in Haiti in the 1970s.
With Haiti in shambles before the 2010 earthquake, and worse after it, kidnappings have become a big business. Every month in the dilapidated country, 160 people are kidnapped. The criminals often prefer children.
Gregoire-Ronald Chery, a U.S. federal agent, was on vacation with his family in Haiti when he stepped outside to answer a phone call. That's when he was shot and killed by kidnappers. Read more about Ronald's story in this week's feature "Horror in Haiti."