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Haiti - Justice : The investigation on the seizure of weapons in St-Marc progresses
23/09/2016 11:38:49

Haiti - Justice : The investigation on the seizure of weapons in St-Marc progresses
Camille Edouard Jr. the Minister of Justice, informed that the investigation on the major arms shipment discovered on September 8 in Saint-Marc https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-18569-haiti-flash-worrying-seizure-of-weapons-from-the-usa.html progressing satisfactorily. He announced that the sender and recipient have been identified and will be arrested soon stating that as part of this investigation, Interpol's collaboration was requested.

For his part, Prime Minister Jean-Charles also Head of the Superior Council of the National Police (CSPN), confirms that the authorities are already able to identify the origin of these weapons and their destination highlighting "The situation is sensitive to the point that we do not want to reveal certain information," confirming that there is a name circulating, while avoiding to indicate whether it is a trafficker or not. He promises that those involved in trafficking of arms, will soon be apprehended.

François Anick Joseph, Minister of Interior and Territorial Communities, explains the silence of the authorities about the investigation into the seizure of weapons in Saint Marc, by the necessity not to harm the ongoing investigation. He confirmed that investigators from the FBI and the US Bureau (ATF) are working with the scientific police of the National Police of Haiti (PNH). He warns against rushing in connection and pay attention to homonyms and find the real concerned. n addition, police are looking for two people, including a customs agent of Saint-Marc, who are currently on the run.

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