But a British clergyman just back from Haiti on a domestic BBC phone-in I was listening to last night talked about people “genuinely doing their best in difficult circumstances“.
We found out on WHYS a couple of weeks ago that any sort of movement of children away from Haiti post-earthquake is contentious enough.
In this case, the country’s Prime Minister has used the word kidnap.
Should the blogosphere – and the Haitian legal system – give them a break? Or does a country in dire straits have to clamp down hard to stop people taking advantage?