According to Haitian judge Carl-Henri Destin, assassinated President Jovenel Moise was tortured in his bedroom.
His left eye was shabby, and he had holes in his forehead and nipples. Three holes in the thigh and one in the abdomen, says Judge Carl Henry Destin The Haitian newspaper Le Nouvelliste.
According to the autopsy, one of the president’s arms and right foot was broken, which indicates widespread torture. 12 bullets were found in the president’s body, from machine guns and pistols.
The whole house was upside down. Especially the president’s office. But no one in the house was hurt except his wife. His eldest daughter managed to escape and one of his sons was tied up and tied up with a servant, says Judge Carl Henry Destin.
Haitian authorities That 26 Colombians and two Haitian Americans took part in the attack. According to the Colombian newspaper, time Many of the men are former soldiers of the Colombian army. One of them is said to belong to the country’s elite forces and received his training from American military advisors. One army wife said her husband said he was hired by a security company.
Colombians flew from Bogota to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic on Sunday and entered Haiti by car via the Dominican border station Carizal.
In the aftermath of the attack on the president’s residence, three Colombians were killed in a shootout with the Haitian police, fifteen were arrested and eight escaped.
– We will intensify our pursuit to catch the other mercenaries, said Haitian Police Chief Leon Charles, According to the BBC.
Americans Haitian descent were also arrested and were said to have acted as interpreters for suspected mercenaries. With regard to the arrest, a number of weapons were seized, in addition to bullet-proof vests, bolt cutters, walkie-talkies, two number plates, and several mobile phones.
“It was a complete and well-equipped drive with more than six cars and a lot of equipment,” Haitian Elections Minister Matthias Pierre told the BBC.
For Colombia, the information is embarrassing and the country’s government has promised to help Haiti in the investigation.
I hope that Haiti will continue to investigate seriously what happened so that justice can be served. Colombian Vice President Marta Lucia Ramirez says, Colombia should not be known under international headlines about criminal mercenaries.
The weather in the capital of Haiti Port-au-Prince is concerned and has set several cars on fire. On Thursday, the people arrested two foreigners in the city and handed them over to the authorities. Police Chief Leon Charles urged residents to continue searching for the fleeing men, but urged calm to avoid extrajudicial executions. About a hundred people gathered outside the police station and yelled “burn them”.