LA HAVANE, September 14 (Hfrance .fr) - The Attorney General of Haiti asked the judge in charge of the investigation into the assassination of President Jovenel Moise to indict thePrime Minister Ariel Henry as a suspect and ordered migration services not to let him leave the country.
In a letter to Judge Garry Orelien, Bed-Ford prosecutor Claude said phone records showed Henry twice communicated with a key suspect in the murder of Moses on the night of the July 7 crime. The suspect, a former Justice Department official who Henry has publicly defended, is now on the run. learn more
Henri should be "forbidden to leave the national territory by air, sea or road because of serious presumption relating to the assassination of the president " , wrote Claude in a letter to Country Migration Services.
Chenal Augustin, who works in the communications officens Prime Minister, said he had no immediate comment.
Moise was shot when assassins took over storms his private residence in the hills above Port-au-Prince, plunging the impoverished Caribbean country deeper into turmoil and political vacuum. Reporting by Sarah Marsh; Edited by Steve Orlofsky
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