October 7, 2022

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Juez interview a principal suspect de magnicidio en Haiti

La de este lunes constituyó la primera appearecencia de Sanon since his detention in July de 2021, poco después del crimen y las accusaciones de ser uno de los principales organizadores del plot, que involucró a una veintena de exmilitares Colombianos.

Sanon, quien vivió durante varios años en Estados Unidos, se presenta como doctor y pastor cristiano que brinda “lederazgo para Haiti a través de una vida de acción positiva y absoluta integrita”.

In 2011, he promoted a political career and criticized the corruption of the Haitian elites, the control of the international community over the country, and affirmed his desire to embody the alternative to the needs of the population.

El doctor regresó a Haiti en junio, un mes antes del magnicidio, a bordo de un avión privado y accompaniedo por agentes de seguridad colombianos.

According to the investigation, the initial mission was to kidnap Moïse and oblige him to exile, but shortly before the date, the objective changed.

Moïse was killed by 12 shots in his residence in Pelerin 5, a residential area of ​​the capital, and without the intervention of the security guards, while the attackers identified themselves as members of the American Drug Control Administration (DEA, by its initials English).

Voltaire, por su parte, es el quinto juez que investiga el archivo y recentente solicitó una prórroga en la instrucción al admiter que no pudo conclusir la researcha.

At least 40 suspects, among them 18 Colombians, are in custody in the National Penitentiary, but no charges have been imposed.

Jovenel Moïse was the fifth president assassinated in the Caribbean country since its independence in 1804 and his death expanded the long list of crimes of high profile that remain to be resolved in Haiti.

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