Colombia’s police find new clues on op in which Haiti's president was assassinated

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Colombia’s police, helping Haiti in the investigation of President Jovenel Moise’s assassination, have made new revelations about the operation saying the initial intention of the gunmen was to capture the president alive. Colombian police added that they are now looking for three people who have been in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Meanwhile, Haitian police said the murder was planned in the neighboring Dominican Republic. They announced that the main bodyguard and three other members of the slain president’s security staff were arrested. Colombian intelligence agents are cooperating with Haitian authorities in investigating the July 7th murder of Moise. Two Americans of Haitian descent and 26 Colombians took part in the operation at the president's home in Port-au-Prince.

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