More than four months after the assassination of President Moyes, the Haitian judiciary continues to question witnesses and alleged members of the armed commando. The sponsors and motives of this crime are not yet known, but the case is moving forward. A suspect has been arrested in Turkey as evidence.
With our correspondent in Port-au-Prince, Amelia Baron
Samir Handal was arrested when he arrived at the Istanbul airport, where he was about to travel, apparently with Jordan as his final destination. According to the Turkish news agency DHA, he had Haitian and Jordanian passports and a Palestinian Authority passport.
So Samir Huntal was arrested 9,000 kilometers from Port-au-Prince. But this arrest raises questions: How was he able to board the plane without being arrested, especially from a business in Miami?
Now the question of deportation has also arisen. The suspected member of the commando who killed Jovnell Moyes was arrested in Jamaica last month, but he is said to be on the verge of returning to his native Colombia as he has no agreement with Haiti on the matter.