NewsEx-DEA Informant Gets Life For Haitian President Murder

Ex-DEA Informant Gets Life For Haitian President Murder

According to the Guardian, Vincent admitted to aiding in the plot to kill Moïse while he was in his Port-au-Prince home. Vincent is one of 11 defendants being prosecuted in the case, their crimes ranging from supplying weapons and money to carry out the act, attending the assassination, and providing information on Moïse’s schedule and associates. 

On the night of the attack, the assailants who entered Moïse’s home claimed to be DEA agents when they entered, but the agency confirmed that Vincent and another Haitian American involved were not acting on their behalf. Immediately after, nearby residents called authorities and reported hearing gunshots and seeing men dressed in all Black fleeing the home. 

Bocchit Edmond, the Haitian ambassador to Washington, speculated that posing as DEA members allowed them access into the well-guarded home. Edmond said, “This was a well-orchestrated commando attack. They presented themselves as DEA agents, telling people they had come as part of a DEA operation.” 

A video taken near the crime scene showed a man repeating into a megaphone, “DEA operation. Everybody stands down. DEA operation. Everybody back up, stand down.”

She referenced the way that Haiti has been destabilized by the event, with “violence from street gangs and vigilantes prevalent, and communities fighting back with bloody reprisals of their own.”

Source: Black Enterprise

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