In this April 30, 2013 photo, camp leader Elie Joseph Jean-Louis holds up a photograph of the body of Merius Civil after he was allegedly beaten by police during a protest in the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Civil was arrested by police early April 15, who according to his sister was taking out the trash, when police stormed the camp as residents were protesting a raid by motorcyclist who set fire to their homes. The band of motorcyclists came to Camp Acra hours after attorney Reynold Georges arrived with a judge and a police officer and told the some 30,000 people who had lost their homes in the 2010 earthquake that they were squatting on his land and had to leave, witnesses said. If they didn't vacate, he said he'd have the place burned down and leveled by bulldozers. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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In this April 30, 2013 photo, camp leader Elie Joseph Jean-Louis holds up a photograph of the body of Merius Civil after he was allegedly beaten by police during a protest in the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  Civil was arrested by police early April 15, who according to his sister was taking out the trash, when police stormed the camp as residents were protesting a raid by motorcyclist who set fire to their homes. The band of motorcyclists came to Camp Acra hours after attorney Reynold Georges arrived with a judge and a police officer and told the some 30,000 people who had lost their homes in the 2010 earthquake that they were squatting on his land and had to leave, witnesses said. If they didn't vacate, he said he'd have the place burned down and leveled by bulldozers. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
In this April 30, 2013 photo, camp leader Elie Joseph Jean-Louis holds up a photograph of the body of Merius Civil after he was allegedly beaten by police during a protest in the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Civil was arrested by police early April 15, who according to his sister was taking out the trash, when police stormed the camp as residents were protesting a raid by motorcyclist who set fire to their homes. The band of motorcyclists came to Camp Acra hours after attorney Reynold Georges arrived with a judge and a police officer and told the some 30,000 people who had lost their homes in the 2010 earthquake that they were squatting on his land and had to leave, witnesses said. If they didn't vacate, he said he'd have the place burned down and leveled by bulldozers. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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