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They brought a couple hundred British soldiers from Jamaica to enforce the martial law that
had been declared, every where you looked was mud.They cremated a bunch of bodies, as there
was no where to bury them.Driving through the jungle on those narrow trails, lined with people
carrying machetes, my two guards were sure a comfort...these weren't bad people, they were hungry.I learned the true meaning of winning hearts and minds-it was feeding starving people.


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