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Mesac Damas confesses in Haiti

The truck carrying Mesac Damas drives on to the tarmac of the airport in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Mesac Damas was returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.

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The truck carrying Mesac Damas drives on to the tarmac of the airport in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Mesac Damas was returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.

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  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • The truck carrying Mesac Damas drives on to the tarmac of the airport in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Mesac Damas was returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas boards an American Airlines flight, escorted by two United States Marshalls, on Tuesday, September 22, 2009 in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas boards an American Airlines flight, escorted by two United States Marshalls, on Tuesday, September 22, 2009 in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • The passport of Mesac Damas. Damas was returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009 from Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Mesac Damas is lead out of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to be returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.
  • Frantz Thermilus, the director of the Central Department of Judicial Policing in Port-Au-Prince, talks about how police in Haiti apprehended Mesac Damas, who has been charged with murdering his wife and five children in Naples, Fla. Mesac Damas was returned to Florida on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Damas confessed to reporters that he killed his wife and five children in Naples and that he wants the death penalty and to be buried next to them.

Mesac Damas confessed publicly Tuesday, Sept. 22, to killing his five children and wife in North Naples.

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