President Jovenel Moïse assassinated in the night in his private residence

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Wow
They really did a number on his body.
Guy got shot several times on the chest, hip, genital… Can’t see the forehead from the angle of pic taken, but just as described
Blue pants, White shirt, open mouth…

Ufff!
 

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Wow
They really did a number on his body.
Guy got shot several times on the chest, hip, genital… Can’t see the forehead from the angle of pic taken, but just as described
Blue pants, White shirt, open mouth…

Ufff!

Careful.
Don't get fooled.

 
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If it's in Bizoton then they might as well sign their wills, the heat there is beyond hellish.

Never been there. Visited one in okap and another in Trou du Nord. 20 men to a cell with no beds and 1 bucket is not my idea of fun.
 
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One thing is sure and we've been discussing it yesterday with friends. Highly trained military. One of best former Colombian Army ranges and antiguerilla fighters. Skilled operatives. And they didn't have an exit plan ? Extraction? Plan B, C, D... ??? They all get caught together? No security presidential guard killed or even wounded? No resistance? It really makes no sense. Unless... The twist of what they were really doing there (security contract) is the truth and the Haitian president was killed by his own security, and either the Colombians were at the wrong place at the wrong time, or they got played and framed.
 
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It seems they got framed. It would also explain other things that didn't click before.

Why torture Jovenel?

Why so many bullets as if it was out of anger?

His wife probably attempted to stop it when she saw they were killing her husband and received 2 bullets on the legs and one on an arm (plus non-bullet wounds on a hand and torso). This would had immobilized her, especially the bullets to the legs, and allow the men to finish Jovenel.

There were a few Colombians that were killed by the Haitian police. It turns out they were killed for nothing.

They have to get her version of things at the hospital in Florida. She might be the clue to binds the puzzle.

It has been said that the security haven't been paid in months. Messing with people's money is never good, when they have weapons they can turn on you is worse.
 
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Here's a twist for ya.

Now they're saying his own security assassinated him.

Thats one hell of a twist.. a more believable one too. the fact no haitian police or security got injured in the "capture" of the colombians stunk from the start. 15 Colombians some with incredible military experience and two US military.... yea if these guys actually fought back they would have been more than a match for the PNH.
This saddens me that the Colombians that got killed might have been innocent after all.
Hay gato entre macuto!
 
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Thats one hell of a twist.. a more believable one too. the fact no haitian police or security got injured in the "capture" of the colombians stunk from the start. 15 Colombians some with incredible military experience and two US military.... yea if these guys actually fought back they would have been more than a match for the PNH.
This saddens me that the Colombians that got killed might have been innocent after all.
Hay gato entre macuto!
Makes sense to me, except how or why did they allow the first lady to live and be a possible witness? Maybe they assumed she was dead?
 

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Makes sense to me, except how or why did they allow the first lady to live and be a possible witness? Maybe they assumed she was dead?
Thats what im thinking... they didnt "double tap" her. Now i truly hope she makes a full recovery... she may be the one and only way we will ever learn the truth.
 
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Twist twist and more twist

The commandos were recruited for security job in Haiti, and up to 100 were in the process of being recruited with promised 5 year contracts.

All commandos were in regular contact with families and the only complaint they had was about food.

All commandos were captured in their place of residence, without resistance, despite heavy arsenal they had at their disposal.

So this is really getting interesting.

 
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Gonna take a lot voodoo doctors to sort through this HEX
 

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Twist twist and more twist

The commandos were recruited for security job in Haiti, and up to 100 were in the process of being recruited with promised 5 year contracts.

All commandos were in regular contact with families and the only complaint they had was about food.

All commandos were captured in their place of residence, without resistance, despite heavy arsenal they had at their disposal.

So this is really getting interesting.

Again, possible. Many of these guys love to fight, maybe they are always drawn to it. But to make $2700 per month to risk your life in Haiti? You can make $40,000 per year working a no skills job in Pennsylvania.
 

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Again, possible. Many of these guys love to fight, maybe they are always drawn to it. But to make $2700 per month to risk your life in Haiti? You can make $40,000 per year working a no skills job in Pennsylvania.
compared to any wage in ANY latin american country... those 2,700 a month are a god sent.
 
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