Haiti cholera epidemic 'most likely' started at UN camp - top scientist [Of course it did. The goal of the UN was/is to kill as many poor people as possible and to ensure that Western corpora-terrorists gain a foothold in the UN-occupied nation. That's *always* been the goal.] 22 Oct 2012 New evidence has emerged about the alleged role of United Nations troops in causing a cholera epidemic in the Caribbean nation of Haiti. A top US cholera specialist, Dr Daniele Lantagne, said after studying new scientific data that it is now "most likely" the source of the outbreak was a camp for recently-arrived UN soldiers from Nepal - a country where cholera is widespread. Dr Lantagne was employed by the UN itself in 2011 as one of the world's pre-eminent experts on the disease. The new evidence could have serious implications for the UN, which is facing an unprecedented legal and moral challenge in Haiti - as well as a multi-billion dollar compensation claim from victims' families. More than 7,500 people have died from the cholera epidemic in Haiti since it [was] started in late 2010. Hundreds of new cases are still being registered every week.