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New evidence revealed in the case of former Colombian soldiers linked to the assassination of the president of Haiti

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Bullet holes in the window of a presidential security car are seen in the parking lot of the residence of late President Jovenel Moise in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, July 15, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Arduengo

The investigation into the assassination of the president of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, continues its course and in the middle of it the island’s investigators, together with authorities from other countries, including Colombia, have found clues and evidence that prove how the plan to kill the president and who would have been part of him. The Colombian newspaper El Tiempo revealed this Sunday some of those tests, among which are photos, audios, confessions and information from a Jet.

In a photo shared by the national newspaper, the Haitian doctor is seen Christian Emmanuel Sanon, accused of being one of the masterminds of the assassination, on the steps of the aircraft valued at 1.2 million dollars, together with the ex-military Arcángel Pretelt Ortiz and the Ecuadorian Walter Veintemilla.

Investigative Unit of EL TIEMPO
Investigative Unit of EL TIEMPO

The ex-military living in the United States for security reasons It appears in the documents of the firm CTU Security LLC, the firm that recruited and sent the former Colombian military personnel who ended up involved in the assassination case.

This image would be related and would be further proof of the relationship of the suspects that had already come to light a few days ago, when authorities made public other images in a luxurious hotel in Santo Domingo, where the doctor Christian Sanon, the Venezuelan Antonio Intriago, the former senator John Joel Joseph, the American James Solages (Captured) met; Mayor Marky Kessa and Veintemilla.

The last has gained relevance in the investigation, since it is attributed to him to have moved part of the bottoms of the criminal plan. From your company Worldwide Capital Lending Group where money came from for part of the ex-military contingent to travel.

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On the other hand, an audio that the investigators have in their possession would verify the relationship of the Haitian police in the murder of Moïse, because in this the recorded person reveals the night of the crime someone important from the institution called the presidential residence to leave pass on to the ex-Colombian military. That would explain the security door was open and there was no exchange of gunfire.

In addition, the person in the audio assured that the murder had been carried out by local authorities because in the fact, in addition, the multiple shots that he received took out one eye and this in Haitian culture “It is a voodoo ritual, so that the dead person does not continue looking at you from beyond”, explained and added that Mario Antonio Palacios, a former soldier from Chocó who is still alive and a fugitive, was one of the men who entered the President’s room.

Regarding the former Colombian military, General Jorge Luis Vargas, director of the Colombian Police, indicated that at least two of them knew about the plan and helped to plan it.

“We know that citizens Colombians Germán Rivera and Duberney Capador participated in the planning and organization of what was initially an alleged arrest operation of the president of Haiti and for that, they contacted more people in our country, ”said the general.

Duberney Capador Giraldo, a former Colombian soldier killed in an operation to capture those suspected of being involved in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, Tolemaida, Colombia.  Jenny Capador Giraldo / Delivered via REUTERS IMAGE PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY
Duberney Capador Giraldo, a former Colombian soldier killed in an operation to capture those suspected of being involved in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, Tolemaida, Colombia. Jenny Capador Giraldo / Delivered via REUTERS IMAGE PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY

Regarding the recruitment of Colombian mercenaries, the two defendants would do so through three Colombian companies recognized for having sent retired military personnel to provide security services in the Middle East.

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To determine the relationship of the subjects in the process, 628 messages with 5 countries within the investigation have been analyzed, and it was possible to identify a home in an embassy area where several of the Colombians who traveled stayed and there some previous meetings were held. to the assassination. What’s more, They determined that Rivera received $ 50,000 from the United States prior to the assassination and, together with Capador, entered Haiti from a border crossing in the Dominican Republic.

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