Were the Colombian Mercenaries Fall Guys Hired in an Inside Job to Assassinate Moise?
We begin with the latest twist and turn in the assassination of Haiti’s President Moise which local officials have blamed on Colombian mercenaries but since none of Moise’s bodyguards were injured in the attack, it is beginning to look like the Colombians were the fall guys hired by those involved in what’s beginning to look like an inside job. Since much of the reporting that has poked holes in the narrative coming out of Haiti is emerging from Colombia, we are joined by Toby Miller, a Professor Invitado at the Escuela de Communication at the Universidad del Norte in Colombia and author of The Persistence of Violence which is about Colombia. We examine the reporting from The Guardian’s Bogota correspondent Joe Parkin Daniels and from the Colombian magazine Semana which revealed that the head of Moise’s palace guard, Dimitri Herard recently travelled to Colombia and might have recruited the Colombian mercenaries who were hired through a Florida-based company CTU Security in Doral. The question remains who ordered the hit on Moise and why, and the answer is likely found in those jockeying for power in Haiti and the Haitian oligarchs behind the scenes who are pulling the strings.
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