Summary: An investigator for the U.N. believes the world body refuses to take responsibility for the cholera outbreak in Haiti because of pressure from the U.S.

An independent U.N. investigator claims that the United States pressured the United Nations into its position of denying any responsibility for the cholera outbreak in Haiti. The outbreak has killed thousands of people in the last six years. Before 2010, Haiti was cholera free. U.N. peacekeepers dumped sewage into a river. Over 9,000 people have died and over 800,000 have been affected by the disease since then. Cholera causes uncontrollable diarrhea.

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