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"The Haitian army has basically been an army that's been used against the Haitian people," Human Rights Watch counsel Reed Brody said. "It was there as an instrument of repression, so it's hard to see what Haiti gains by bringing back the army."
"What it looks like here is a systematic attack on a civilian population, a political decision to shoot to kill unarmed demonstrators and that could very well be a crime against humanity," Human Rights Watch counsel Reed Brody told AP Television News.