Officials in Haiti have identified the two Americans who were arrested in connection with the assassination.

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITIAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN So far, seventeen suspects have been apprehended in the startling assassination of Haiti’s president, two of whom are believed to carry dual U.S.-Haitian citizenship, according to Haitian officials, and at least six of whom are former members of Colombia

15 of the inmates were from Colombia, according to Léon Charles, the chief of Haiti’s National Police.

Eight more suspects are being sought, according to the police chief, while three more have been slain by cops. Seven people were slain, according to Charles.

During a news conference on developments following the brazen killing of President Jovenel Mose at his home before dawn Wednesday, the police chief vowed, “We are going to bring them to justice.” The 17 detained suspects sat on the floor.

Colombia’s government claimed it had been questioned about six of the suspects in Haiti, two of whom were killed, and had determined that they were former army members. It didn’t reveal who they were.

President Iván Duque has instructed the senior command of Colombia’s army and police to participate in the inquiry, according to Gen. Jorge Luis Vargas Valencia, the commander of the Colombian national police.”A team of the top detectives has been assembled… they will transfer dates, flight timings, and financial information that has already been gathered to Port-au-Prince,” Vargas added.

Reference:https://www.npr.org/2021/07/08/1014348950/haiti-president-assassination-americans-arrested

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