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Frantz Philistin holds up an image of his 15-month-old son Keevins outside court in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday Dec. 15, 2010.  Paul Waggoner, a U.S. citizen who helped found a group that provides medical supplies and transportation for aid missions in post-quake Haiti, is being held while authorities investigate allegations he kidnapped Keevins.  Waggoner said the baby died at a hospital with fever and gastrointestinal distress in February.  (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
Photo by: Dieu Nalio Chery
Frantz Philistin holds up an image of his 15-month-old son Keevins outside court in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday Dec. 15, 2010. Paul Waggoner, a U.S. citizen who helped found a group that provides medical supplies and transportation for aid missions in post-quake Haiti, is being held while authorities investigate allegations he kidnapped Keevins. Waggoner said the baby died at a hospital with fever and gastrointestinal distress in February. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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