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Haiti - FLASH : Seizure of 120,000 ammunition, Me Michelet Virgile releases the alleged traffickers
09/07/2022 11:01:43

Haiti - FLASH : Seizure of 120,000 ammunition, Me Michelet Virgile releases the alleged traffickers
On Wednesday July 6, 2022, Me Michelet Virgile Government Commissioner at the Court of First Instance -TPI) of Port-au-Paix, ordered the release of Jonas Georges and Fritz Jean Relus whom he had arrested 5 days earlier under the Chief of charge of complicity in the illicit trafficking of firearms.

Let's recall that Fritz Jean Relus had been arrested at the home of Edy Lafrance and who had received part of this cargo hidden in "7 barrels" https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37058-haiti-flash-seizure-of-tens-of-thousands-of-ammunition-at-the-wharf-of-port-de-paix-video.html while Jonas Georges, is the owner of the cargo ship "Miss Lily" from Florida, having transported the ammunition and weapons clandestinely.

Strongly criticized for these two releases, the Government Commissioner justified these two releases, which were surprising to say the least "Because Jonas Georges, the owner of the ship, has nothing to do directly with the cargo of ammunition and weapons and that Fritz Jean Relus for his part helped a lot in the investigation, the Port-de-Paix prosecutor's office actually ordered the release of these two people."

The police issued arrest warrants for 3 other Haitians : Marie Guirléne Estimable (exporter), Wilfrid Estimable (importer) residing in the USA and whose all the elements of the investigation have been handed over to the American authorities and Edy Lafrance actively sought in Haiti for the illegal storage and distribution of weapons and ammunition.

Only remaining sanctions: The ban on departure of the cargo ship "Miss Lili" and all the crew whose identity documents have been seized must remain at the disposal of justice until the light is shed...

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