Michael Deibert

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Michael Deibert (born 1973, Lancaster, Pennsylvania) is a U.S. born journalist and author. Michael Deibert was a Reuters correspondent based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti for a number of years. He has also extensively written about other countries around the globe. Haiti is one of the main focal points for the writer Deibert (Michael Deibert near Ouarzazate, at 0:34 min.)


  • Amnesty International. (2006) Release political prisoner Annette Auguste - 20 months of arbitrary detention Haiti appeal case: AI Index: AMR 36/003/2006 Accessed on July 10, 2011.
  • Auguste, Anette (2004) Statement of Sò Anne from prison. Pétionville. Archived on haitiaction.net. Accessed July 13, 2011. [1]
  • Barahona, Diane. (2007) How to Turn a Priest Into a Cannibal - U.S. Reporting on the Coup in Haiti. CounterPunch. Accessed July 13, 2011. [2]
  • Deibert, Michael. (2010). Michael Deibert near Ouarzazate. Video by the author posted on youtube.com. [3] Accessed on Jul 17, 2011.
  • Miéville, China. (2009). Multilateralism as terror: International Law, Haiti and imperialism. Finnish Yearbook of International Law 18. London: Birkbeck ePrints. Available at [4] Accessed on July 10, 2011.
  • Podur, Justin. (2006) Kofi Annan's Haiti - Podur on Michael Deibert, Notes from the Last Testament. Untenable defence of Aristide’s overthrow New Left Review. London. Available online: [5] .pdf file: [6] Accessed on July 13, 2011.
  • Taylor, Jeremy. Apocalypse Now - Review of 'Notes from the Last Testament: The Struggle for Haiti', by Michael Deibert. Caribbean Review of Books. Issue No. 8 - May 2006. [7] Accessed on Jul 21, 2011.
  • Wikipedia: Michael Deibert Accessed on July 6, 2011.

External links

The media on Michael Deibert's Haiti Reporting

Book by Michael Deibert

  • Deibert, Michael (2005). Notes from the Last Testament: The Struggle for Haiti, New York: Seven Stories Press. ISBN 10 1-58322-697-4