Four suspects implicated in July 7, 2021 incidentFederal officials announced on Tuesday that he had been transferred from Haiti to the United States. Two of his suspects were among the first to be arrested in connection with the killings.
Defendants James Solage, 37, Joseph Vincent, 57, Alejandro Riveria Garcia, 44, and Christian Sannon, 54, are currently in custody in the United States. Solage and Vincent, US citizens from Florida,Right after the assassination.
According to the Justice Department, Solage, Vincent, and Rivera are charged with murder, attempted kidnapping, and providing material assistance and resources to cause death outside the United States.
In April 2021, the Solages, Sanon and others met in South Florida to discuss regime change in Haiti and support for Sanon, an ambitious Haitian political candidate, according to the criminal complaint. During that meeting, the complaint alleges, a list of equipment and weapons needed to change the regime in Haiti was shared. The list included rifles, tear gas, grenades, ammunition and other equipment, according to the complaint. Sannon then used the equipment to support a Haitian “private army” of about 20 Colombian nationals led by Liberia, the complaint alleges.
Sanon shipped 20 ballistic vests to Haiti in early June, the complaint alleges. A group of four men met on July 6, 2021, at a house near the president’s residence where firearms and equipment were distributed, the complaint alleges.
Sannon has been charged with conspiring to smuggle goods out of the United States and providing illegal export information, according to the Justice Department.
The next day, a squad of gunmen assassinate Moyes and wound his wife in an overnight raid on the house. Moyes died after being shot 12 times by him.His wife Martine Moyse was also shot multiple times but she survived, police saidAnd two hours later they arrested another person.
About 20 other Colombian citizens and a Haiti-based group of Haitian-American dual citizens plotted to kidnap or kill the Haitian president.Reviewed by CBS Miami.
The Colombian government said most of the ex-combatants had been duped and believed they were on a legitimate mission to provide protection, and that only a few knew it was a criminal mission. I’m here.
The four defendants were held in Haiti until they were transferred to the United States on Tuesday, federal officials said. Officials say seven people are currently detained in the United States for their role in the assassination plot.
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