Sounds like a nice place. The people who suffered through Katrina shouldn't feel so left out now. I would never send money to help Haiti, I would love to help those who suffer, but Haiti is severely corrupt and most of the money will probably end up in someone's bank acct and not helping their people. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti "If you don't kill the criminals, they will all come back," a Haitian police officer shouts over a loudspeaker in the country's most notorious slum, imploring citizens to take justice into their own hands. The call for vigilantes comes as influential gang leaders who escaped from a heavily damaged prison during the country's killer earthquake are taking advantage of a void left by police and peacekeepers focused on disaster relief. In the sprawling Cite Soleil slum, gangsters are settling into the haunts they dominated before being locked up and resuming struggles for control that never really ended once they were inside the walls of the city's notorious main penitentiary. "The trouble is starting," said Jean-Semaine Delice, a 51-year-old father from Cite Soleil. "People are starting to leave their homes to go to others." As police urged residents to fight criminals themselves, Delice said, "I think it's a message we should listen to."