Caravan Of Tears, by Peter Carrington, tells a harrowing story of one family’s quest for the truth, and the impact of the loss it left behind.
Carrington has spent most of his career as a journalist.
In 2007, he spent two years covering the Haiti earthquake.
He went back to Haiti in 2012 and covered the 2013 Haitian elections.
In 2017, he was the lead investigative reporter on the Haiti quake and death toll, as well as on the deaths of several U.S. service members.
In his new book about the caravans of tears, Carrington’s first foray into the world of politics, he says, “I went there with a very big dream: I wanted to know what was going on.”
In the book, he describes the day he first learned about the death toll.
“I was sitting in my hotel room, surrounded by newsprint, and I looked up at the ceiling,” Carrington said.
“I saw that the ceiling was missing.
And I thought, This is a mistake.
I had forgotten about it.”
It took two days to get to the truth.
At the time, the U.N. had issued a preliminary assessment, based on preliminary data from the Haitian government.
It said about 1,300 people had died.
But Carrington and others quickly realized that the toll was much higher.
The toll could have been higher.
The official figure is that at least 1,828 people died in the Caravans, according to a 2014 U.K. study.
One of Carrington first interviews with the dead, in 2017, involved a member of the Haiti relief organization.
He told the reporter that he thought the Haitian relief group was “trying to get a bunch of Haitians killed.”
But when Carrington went to Haiti, he discovered that the relief effort was actually targeting the families of Haitian citizens.
The relief efforts were funded by the U-N, not by the Haitian people.
For Carrington the experience in Haiti, and his work on the Caravan, have given him a deeper understanding of how political leaders and their families, in a post-collapse world, work.
He says the lessons he learned have been helpful.
He has written about politics, the military, and corruption in a book he is working on.
And he believes his book will provide answers for those who want to understand what really happened in Haiti and what might be happening to the people there.
“What happened in Caravan is what we were looking for,” Carrigan said.
As the Carvan of Tears continues to be written, he is looking to share his research with other journalists.
He said he hopes others will follow his lead and look into what’s going on in Haiti.