It seems that some folks at the New York Times are all bent out of shape, because a few illegal Haitian immigrants, who have been convicted of crimes in the U.S., are getting repatriated - and finding conditions in their country of origin not at all to their liking! Behold:
Ughhh. "Embedding disabled by request."
So you'll just have to follow one of these links:
Take your pick - you will be richly rewarded with one of the all-time masterpieces of unintentional hilarity.
Item: Wilkins Delabranche, convicted of assault, discovers that his coethnics back in Haiti are prejudiced against English-speakers. (Too white, you see).
Item: Serge Doval, convicted of cocaine possession, is shocked to see sewage running in the street.
Item: Mr. Delabranche's friend Eugene, also deported from the U.S., for a crime that remains unspecified, but for which he begs God's forgiveness, considers the showers and toilets in the country of his origin not at all up to snuff. He finds himself helpless in the face of an onslaught of (admittedly, some really big, healthy looking) roaches, and cries out, from his very heart: "this is not the way I'm s'posed to be livin', y'know?"
And so on, and so forth.
In due course, lady activists & lawyers (why are they all ladies?) show up, anxious to hold these guys' hands, and to secure their return to the U.S.
Rest assured, there's a hopeful ending: Mr. Delabranche's application for a permanent visa has been approved.