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Haiti - Insecurity : 3 police officers fall under the murderous bullets of the «Ti Makak» gang
Pierre Paul son Dorcely (28th promotion), Nicolas Robinson (25th promotion) and Medèze Fortilien (26th promotion) were cowardly murdered, in Thomassin 32.
In this circumstance, the General Directorate of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) sends its sympathy to the families, relatives and colleagues of these police officers who are victims in the exercise of their functions.
Reaction from Prime Minister Henry :
"Our police brothers have today, once again, fallen under the murderous bullets of thugs without faith or law. We deplore these barbaric acts. To the families, to the brothers in arms of these valiant police victims, we send our sincere condolences and we assure them of our solidarity. We renew to the Haitian people our unshakable determination to do everything to achieve the creation of a climate of security and stability in the country which is too bruised and bereaved. We are not insensitive to this situation and we are working hard to find a lasting solution."
Reaction of the Ministry of Justice :
"The Ministry of Justice and Public Security (MJSP), deplores the alarmingly serious ambush against a police patrol in Thomassin 32 this Easter Sunday. The Ministry mourns and deplores the death of three police officers, three servants of the company and asks the colleagues, family and friends of the victims, custodians of State authority, to believe in its sincere condolences.
The MJSP wishes to reassure the National Police of Haiti (PNH), the grieving people and the general population that the Government and the High Command of the PNH are working together to ensure that law and tranquility reign. The Ministry asks the population to show lucidity and solidarity with the Police so that the exactions of the bandits cease and so that the country can enjoy a lasting climate of peace and security."
21 police officers died during the first 4 months of 2023, recalls the National Union of Haitian Police Officers (SYNAPOHA).