Colombias’ former soldiers involved in killing of Haiti President

The President of Colombia - Iván Duque, has informed that a few Colombian suspects in the killing of the President of Haiti - Jovenel Moise are having detailed knowledge about the assassination to kill the political leader. 

Haiti: The President of Colombia – Iván Duque, has informed that a few Colombian suspects in the killing of the President of Haiti – Jovenel Moise are having detailed knowledge about the assassination to kill the political leader. 

Haitian police have informed that a group of mercenaries is mainly made up of Colombian ex-soldiers who killed the President of Haiti. The President was shot dead last week at his residence, and his wife was injured in the shooting. 

Mr Duque informed most of the Colombians had been deceived as they were told they would work as bodyguards in Haiti. While addressing the 

Colombia’s FM radio, he further cited, “But there was a smaller group among them with detailed knowledge of the operation.”

 Out of all the 28 men who have been alleged to have made up the commando that shot Mr Moïse, all but two were Colombians, while the other two were the US citizens of Haitian origin.

Additionally, the defence department of the United States has revealed that some of the Colombians have undergone military training in the US while they were in the Colombian army. 

The Haitian police have also arrested a Haitian doctor, Christian Emmanuel Sanon, whom they defined as a key suspect in the assassination of the President. 

The 63-year-old year resident of Florida arrived on Haiti island on a private jet in June, and police stated that they found a DEA cap as well as weapons and ammunition in his possession.

On Wednesday, the Haitian police have accused a Venezuelan businessman of being a part of assassinating President Jovenel Moïse, who was shot last week. The accused owns a security company in Florida for travelling to Haiti island.

The Chief of Colombia’s national police has stated that CTU Security has used the credit card of its company to buy 19 plane tickets from Bogota to Santo Dom ingo for the Colombian suspects who are ostensibly involved in the assassination of Haitis’ President.