Haiti – Police Report On Moise Assassination – New York Carib News – NYCaribNews

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

According to Divisional Inspector Garry Desrosiers, a spokesman for the National Police of Haiti (PNH), the General Inspectorate of the National Police of Haiti (IGPNH) has submitted its investigative report on President Jovenel Mose’s assassination to the Ministry of Justice.
Moise was shot and murdered at his house on July 7, last year. Maritine, his wife, survived the murder and had to be flown to the United States for medical treatment.
Despite the fact that many former Colombian soldiers were caught in Haiti in connection with the murder and have been in court in the United States, no one has been lawfully prosecuted in this nation.
Desrosiers declined to discuss the investigation’s specifics but did tell reporters that the IGPNH had forwarded the Ministry of Justice its report on the murder for any required follow-up. He didn’t go into detail.
According to Desrosiers, the IGPNH also suggested that the police officer who had been associated with the gang “Barikad Crew” and who was suspected of killing Vertil Élie in Canapé-Vert on January 26, 2022, be fired.
Desrosiers said that other instances of police officers being involved in the trafficking of weapons and ammunition are being investigated by the General Inspectorate of the PNH in collaboration with the Central Directorate of Judicial Police (DCPJ).
Desrosiers further stated that from September to November, at least 40 bandits were killed as a consequence of gunfire exchanges with police around the country, more than a dozen firearms and ammunition were brought into custody, and more than 1,550 bandits were imprisoned.
He also stated that during several raids, police discovered 27.276 kg of marijuana, 1.2 kg of cocaine, and more than US$30,000.
According to officials, there are presently 200 gangs active in Haiti, with 95 of them based in Port-au-Prince. This has resulted in a significant security crisis, with widespread attacks on civilians, lawmakers, and journalists, as well as high levels of violence, mass kidnappings, and widespread forceful evictions.
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