US detains four suspects in slain Haitian president probe

Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

Four more people have been arrested by the US for the brutal murder for United States Haitian President Jovenel Moïse.

According to media reports, the owner of a Miami-area security company was among those arrested. It is alleged that he hired ex-Colombian soldiers for the mission, prosecutors announced Tuesday.

Antonio ‘Tony’ Intriago, owner of CTU Security, was charged with “conspiracy to kill or kidnap a person outside the US among other charges, along with company representative Arcangel Pretel Ortiz”

The operation was allegedly funded by Florida-based US financier Walter Veintemilla

​Reports are that a squad of former Colombian soldiers hired by CTU carried out the July 2021 attack.

Inter, which authorities say originally was envisioned to be a coup rather than an assassination.

The motives and ultimate masterminds of the attack remain unclear.


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