15 Colombians and two Americans have been intercepted for the involvement in the assassination of Haitian President~details below



So far 17 people have been apprehended for the alleged involvement in the assassination of Haitian President. 

In a statement Leon Charles the National Police Director-general said this in a news conference “We have arrested 15 Colombians and the two Americans of Haitian origin. 

“Three Colombians have been killed while eight others are on the loose,”

On Wednesday police said four of the suspects had been killed. Charles did not explain the discrepancy.

He also said the “weapons and materials used by the assailants have been recovered.”

Charles spoke a day after Moise and his wife Martine were attacked by gunmen at their private residence in the capital Port-au-Prince.

Moise was shot dead in the early morning attack, and his wife was wounded. She has been taken to Miami by air ambulance and authorities have said her condition is stable.

The poorest country in the Americas now has no president or working parliament and two men claiming to be in charge as prime minister.

While speaking with the reporters Charles vows that, “the search for the other alleged assassins would continues”

 “we will strengthen out investigations and search techniques to intercept the other eights mercenaries”. He said. 


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