After the deadly 2010 Haiti earthquake, the United States halted all deportations to the island nation.
One year later, deportations resumed to Haiti amid a deadly cholera outbreak.
Wildrick Guerrier was one of 27 men deported to Haiti from the U.S. on Jan 20, 2011, according to a recently released study by human rights groups that documents the impact of returning deportees to a post-earthquake Haiti.
Guerrier developed cholera-like symptoms after being jailed in Haiti, a customary practice when deportees return. One week after his arrival, he died.