PHOTO: U.S. Deportees to Haiti, Jailed Without Cause, Face Severe Health Risks Florida Center for Investigative Reporting A flight carrying deportees from a Louisiana detention center arrives at Toussaint Louverture airport in Port-au-Prince on Sep. 13. Deportees are unshackled by immigration agents before being transferred to the Haitian judicial police. New Jersey deportee Valloton Vallon sits on a bus at the airport while he awaits fingerprinting shortly after arriving in Haiti on Aug. 9. Longtime Fort Myers, FL resident Franco Coby looks out of the cell at the Petionville jail where he was held for seven days without charge. Coby was deported after serving a sentence for cocaine possession with intent to sell. Samuel Lizius, a deportee who arrived in January from Fort Worth, Texas, reads a copy of his deportation order outside his Port-au-Prince home. Celie Merissier, 52, peeks out the doorway of her Key West, Fla. home with the fiancee and children of her son Wilfrantz Casseus, who was deported to Hiati in August after being convicted of selling cocaine. Story and Photography by Jacob Kushner for the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and Type Investigations.