One of the suspects in Moïse's murder was a DEA informant

Police are guarding a group of suspects of having participated in the assassination of the Haitian president, Jovenel Moise, in Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Photo: EFE.

One of the suspects in the assassination of the president of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, has been an informant for the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).

"After the assassination of President Moïse, the suspect contacted one of his DEA contacts and a DEA official assigned to Haiti urged him to surrender to local authorities," an agency statement told CNN.

During the assassination, the assault squad announced over the loudspeaker that it was a DEA operation. However, the agency indicated that none of the attackers acted in that assault on behalf of the DEA.

The police confirmed the arrest of 20 of the 28 alleged members of the armed command that murdered Moïse and one of the possible intellectual authors, the Haitian doctor Enmanuel Sanon, based in Florida (USA).

This Tuesday it was learned that the Haitian authorities are looking for 5 Colombians more involved in the crime, EFE reports



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