Former judge of the Supreme Court of the country Wendelle Kok-Telot is suspected of assassinating Haitian President Jovenel Moise, writes Reuters…
On Friday, July 31, charges were brought against him. The investigation believes that the judge saw some Colombian mercenaries involved in the attack on the head of state. The location of Kok-Telot is currently unknown.
Officials and judges investigating the murder of Jovenel Moise received regular anonymous threats. Many employees are forced to hide at secret addresses. So, Justice of the Peace Carl Henry Destin stated CNN that he needs to hide in order to comment on the TV channel. His colleagues are also harassed.
Earlier, the widow of President Martin Moise named the organizers of the murder of her husband. According to her, only oligarchs could kill a politician.
Moiz’s residence was attacked on the night of July 7, and was tortured before his death. The criminals mortally wounded the head of state from firearms, he received 12 wounds. Three foreigners were among the liquidated assassins of the president.