He was hailed as a savior, a messiah and a champion of the poor who would deliver Haiti from those who wish to harm her.
But Jean Bertrand Aristide went from leading a populist movement to being the first democratically elected president in Haiti to now living a life in near anonymity at his home in Tabarre, a Port-au-Prince suburb.
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