He invested his life's savings in a new Haiti beach resort. Then a mob sent it up in flames

A Haiti judge has issued more than a dozen arrest warrants for individuals accused of looting and torching a million dollar beach resort in northern Haiti owned by a Haitian-American engineer and his wife.“It was a hired mob of at least 30 to 40 people,” said Jude Jean-Gilles, the owner of the Joupana Beach Resort, which was set ablaze Saturday in Port Francais, a hillside village near Haiti’s northern coast between the town of Labadie and Baie de l’Acul. “I wasn’t there, but they tell me it was a large, large crowd.”Dariot Jean, a justice of the peace, said he issued arrest warrants Tuesday f...


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