Country Reports - Haiti
The use of forensic work in the 1994 Raboteau massacre trial, where a Haitian court convicted fifty-three persons. The identification of Jean Claude and Crismene Frederique.
A mission training Haitian legal professionals in the use of physical evidence, and contributing to the ongoing investigations into the “Raboteau case”.
The Science and Human Rights program of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS), based in Washington D.C., organized and sponsored two missions to Haiti to assist the work of the recently created Haitian Truth and Justice Commission. Created by President Aristide, the commission had to investigate human rights violations committed during the military regime of General Roaul Cedras ( 1991-1994). Two EAAF members participated in these missions as part of a larger international delegation of forensic experts.