Gina Severe lost her common-law husband, Anold Jacques-Magioire, in a shipwreck that killed 60 Haitians after the Turks and Caicos police intercepted the boat. Severe is distraught and has not slept or eaten since she received the news, June 1, 2007. (Peter Andrew Bosch/Miami Herald/MCT)
Gina Severe lost her common-law husband, Anold Jacques-Magioire, in a shipwreck that killed 60 Haitians after the Turks and Caicos police intercepted the boat. Severe is distraught and has not slept or eaten since she received the news, June 1, 2007. (Peter Andrew Bosch/Miami Herald/MCT) MCT
Gina Severe lost her common-law husband, Anold Jacques-Magioire, in a shipwreck that killed 60 Haitians after the Turks and Caicos police intercepted the boat. Severe is distraught and has not slept or eaten since she received the news, June 1, 2007. (Peter Andrew Bosch/Miami Herald/MCT) MCT

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