Haiti Police detain President’s Palace Security Chief

The American newspaper “New York Times” confirmed today, that Haiti police have arrested the head of the presidential palace security

as part of the investigations into the assassination of President Jovenel Moise.

The newspaper said that a police spokeswoman explained that the police

had detained the head of the presidential palace security team, Dimitri Herrard.

The newspaper reported that prosecutors in Haiti are seeking to find out

why the attackers did not meet much resistance at the president’s residence.

Moyes was shot dead at his home on July 7 by an assassination team

comprising 26 Colombians and two US citizens.

Today, Colombian police said they are looking for three other Colombians who were in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

Colombia confirmed that the Haitian authorities are leading the investigation.

The director of the Colombian National Police, Luis Vargas

said he had no information regarding a report by a Colombian television station yesterday

that implicated Haitian Acting Prime Minister Claude Joseph in the assassination. Joseph did not comment on the report.

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