Martin Moyes, Former First Lady Haiti, Interviewed as a witness for several hours on Wednesday by the trial judge probing the assassination of the President Jovnell Moyes, Was killed on July 7 at his private home by an armed commando.
Dressed in black Martin Moyes Arrived at the prosecutor’s office in the capital, Port-au-Prince Haiti, Under high police protection and surrounded by many heavily armed foreign guards at all times.
Dozens of supporters of the former head of state gathered in front of the establishment on Wednesday to show their support Martin Moyes.
The widow of the assassinated president spoke privately for several minutes with the dean of the Port-au-Prince court before spending several hours in Judge Gary O’Reilly’s office.
When he left, that woman Moses No statement was made.
The security agents in charge of protecting her loaded her into a vehicle, which was in the neighborhood of the capital’s historic center, which was under gang control several months ago, and she immediately left the area.
Severe gunshot wound, Martin Moyes She was deported to the United States just hours after the July 7 attacks.
Before returning to Florida for various surgeries, she returned to Haiti on July 23 to attend a national funeral in memory of her husband in Cape Haitian, the country’s second largest city.
The former first lady arrived Haiti More than 2,200 people were killed in an earthquake on Friday night and hours later Monday in the southwestern part of the country.
Three months after the president was assassinated, suspicion still lingers over the sponsors of the attack, in which no police officer was injured.
Four senior Haitian law enforcement officers were arrested and a total of 44 people were arrested as part of the investigation, including 18 Colombians and two Haitian Americans.