NEW YORK — Anaëlle Jean-Marie left Port-au-Prince to move back to Washington D.C. shortly after her cousin was kidnapped in December 2021, fearing that gang members would also abduct her.
"Our family paid like $10,000 in ransom," Jean-Marie, 33, said. "I was afraid that I would be the next victim. I don't want to put my family through that."
Haitians in the U.S. share their opinions after the United Nations Security Council approved a multinational force to go to Haiti.
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