Specialists said they confined a Haitian man, living in the US province of Florida, on Sunday.
Haitian police have captured one of the associated driving forces behind the death with President Jovenel Moise.
Specialists said they confined a Haitian man, living in the US province of Florida, whom they blame for employing soldiers of fortune to eliminate and supplant the president.
Moise was shot dead from the get-go Wednesday at his Port-au-Prince home by what Haitian specialists depict as a unit of professional killers involved 26 Colombians and two Haitian-Americans.
Public Police Chief Leon Charles told a news gathering on Sunday that the captured man, 63-year-old Christian Emmanuel Sanon, traveled to Haiti joined by recruited safety officers on a personal luxury plane toward the beginning of June, and needed to take over as president.
He purportedly recruited Colombian hired fighters through a private Venezuelan security firm situated in Florida.
The specialist is the third United States occupant of Haitian beginning – and the 21st individual by and large – to be kept as a suspect for the situation.
Charles didn’t clarify Sanon’s intentions past saying they were political.
“The mission of these aggressors was at first to guarantee the security of Emmanuel Sanon, yet later the mission was changed,” Charles said.
Charles added that among things found by officials at Sanon’s home in Haiti were a cap embellished with the logo of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, 20 boxes of projectiles, weapon parts, four vehicle tags from the Dominican Republic, two vehicles and correspondence with unidentified individuals.
Haitian police have captured 18 Colombians and three Haitian-Americans, including Sanon, over the homicide, Charles said. Five Colombians are still everywhere and three were killed, he added.
The speculated professional killers advised agents they were there to capture him, not kill him, the Miami Herald and an individual acquainted with the matter said before on Sunday.