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Haiti - FLASH : A 4th suspect in the assassination of President Moïse will plead guilty
Joseph Vincent, would then become the fourth defendant to plead guilty if his change of plea goes as planned on December 5, after Germán Alejandro Rivera Garcia, aka "Colonel Mike" a retired Colombian army officer https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-40834-haiti-flash-assassination-of-the-president-a-member-of-the-colombian-commando-sentenced-to-life-imprisonment-in-the-usa.html ; Rodolphe Jaar, a drug trafficker already convicted in the United States and sentenced in June to life in prison https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39685-haiti-flash-rodolphe-jaar-sentenced-to-life-imprisonment-in-the-usa-in-the-assassination-of-president-moise.html and former Haitian senator Joseph Joël John extradited to Miami last year https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-40706-haiti-flash-former-senator-john-pleads-guilty-to-participation-in-the-assassination-of-jovenel-moise.html
He faces life imprisonment on the main charge of conspiracy to provide material support, and conspiracy to kidnap and kill Haitian President Jovenel Moïse. However, Vincent could potentially have his sentence reduced if he provides credible evidence about other defendants charged in this case or other suspects still in Haiti.
Known as "Blanco" or "Mr. White," Joseph was close to imprisoned Haitian-American suspects James Solages and Christian Emmanuel Sanon, the pastor and South Florida resident whose ambition was to replace Moïse in office. presidency that led to the assassination, according to prosecutors.
According to an investigative report from the Haitian National Police, Vincent said the attack on Moïse was launched from the home of Jaar, who admitted to providing weapons, housing and money as part of of the conspiracy.
The report and cell phone records obtained demonstrate that Vincent was in contact with several of the prime suspects prior to the assassination.
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