Four Suspected Killers Of Haiti President Gunned Down
Following the assassination of it’s president ‘Jovenel Moïse’, in the early hours of Wednesday morning, the police in Haiti gunned down four suspects.
Police chief, Leon Charles said the suspected killers were gunned down by officers and two others were arrested during an apparent hostage-taking situation, NPR reports.
A video had emerged showing a series of cars rolling towards the president’s house as other armed gang members follow on foot.
In the video, the gunmen allegedly posing as US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents are seen storming the politician’s home in the capital of Port-au-Prince before he was shot dead in front of his wife at 1am on Wednesday, July 7.
The First Lady, Martine Moïse, is in critical condition, after being shot multiple times in the attack.