How the U.N. Caused Haiti’s Cholera Crisis — and Won’t Be Held Responsible

The organization is functionally above the law — and victims of Haiti’s cholera outbreak aren’t the only ones paying the price.

haiti cholera banner.jpgBoys on their way to fill water jugs pause near a cross adorned with black cloth on a hill overlooking a burial site for earthquake victims outside of Port-au-Prince, Haiti on January 10, 2011. (Allison Shelley/Reuters)

The U.N. has few legal obligations to anyone or anything other than itself, and it’s not fighting the cholera allegations because it simply doesn’t have to.
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