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Haiti - Death of journalist Vilsaint : The PNH explains and presents its sympathies
01/11/2022 09:08:58

Haiti - Death of journalist Vilsaint : The PNH explains and presents its sympathies
In a note, Frantz Elbé, the Director General a.i. of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) said to have "[...] learned with great pain, in the afternoon of Sunday, October 30, 2022 the death of Journalist Romelson Vilsaint https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-38017-ici-haiti-delmas-33-a-journalist-fatally-injured-by-a-projectile-in-the-courtyard-of-the-police-station.html occurred at the Bernard Mevs Hospital as a result of injuries caused by a tear gas canister, during the intervention of the security forces to control a hostile crowd entering the Delmas Police Station, despite the diligence of the police to rush him to the hospital.

In this painful circumstance, the High Command of the PNH presents its sympathies to his family, the members of the Press, particularly those of Jim Studio, Zenyèz TV and Radio de Génération 80, as well as to all those affected by this unexpected disappearance.

Similarly, he takes the opportunity to inform the public in general and members of the press in particular, that instructions have been passed to the General Inspectorate of the PNH to conduct an investigation into this incident to determine the circumstances and fix, where appropriate, the responsibilities.

The General Directorate remains committed to its mission of guaranteeing public order, security and tranquility through the protection of lives and property and reiterates its commitment to freedom of the press and respect for human rights."

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