Assassination of Jovnell Moss | The Prime Minister condemns the “unsubstantiated” allegations

Assassination of Jovnell Moss |  The Prime Minister condemns the “unsubstantiated” allegations

(Port-au-Prince) Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry defended suspicions against him during an investigation into the assassination of President Juanal Moss on Thursday evening, denouncing them as “noise” provoked by “political interests”.

The head of state said in a statement on social media that “the noise organized nationally and internationally around the telephone conversations that took place on the night of the president’s villainous assassination”.

President Moss was shot dead by armed commandos at his home in Port-au-Prince on July 7, and who is behind the attack remains a mystery.

Photo by Michael Jean, AFP

President Jovnell Moss was assassinated on July 7 at his home in Port-au-Prince.

On Tuesday, Port-au-Prince’s state commissioner (equivalent to a lawyer) charged the trial judge with making allegations that Mr Henry had made phone calls to one of the key suspects. Hours after the attack, Joseph Felix sang.

A former member of the Anti-Corruption Unit, according to the Ministry of Justice, the man was said to have been located in the area where Joanne Moss’ private residence is located, after Ariel Henry at 4:03 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Hours after the indictment threat, Ariel Henry announced that he was dismissing the lawyer for “serious administrative malpractice.”

Mr Henry fired his justice minister on Wednesday. As a sign of tensions within the executive branch, the secretary of the cabinet has also been replaced.

On Thursday evening the Prime Minister explained that “it is difficult to mention the names of all those who called him or the nature of their conversation, especially since he could not take all the calls.”

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Appointed prime minister 48 hours before Joanel Moss was assassinated, he said, “Conversations with the accused cannot, in any case, use anyone as a culprit.”

“Political interests do not allow anyone or any individual to make a serious, unsubstantiated conspiracy. There is very little attempt to hand someone over to the people for revenge. Act, even if they actually have any responsibility, act under investigation,” said Ariel Henry Mail.

Forty-four people, including 18 Colombians and two Americans, have been arrested in connection with the investigation into the assassination of President Jovnell Moss.

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