In a follow-up on an earlier report on the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, Director General of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) says the engaged in battle with the mercenaries (suspects) and four were killed and another two were detained.
Three police officers, previously held hostage, have been sent free.
Pradel Henriquez, the Minister of Communication said, “men with guns who have landed on a territory that is not theirs, they are not Haitians, it is true that there were Haitians with them [… ] it was foreigners who spoke English and Spanish who entered the house of an elected President, and he had done nothing to deserve this fate.”
In a follow-up on the status of First Lady Martine Moïse, who was seriously injured in the attack Wednesday morning, she was transported to the emergency room in a health center, in order to stabilize her, being in serious condition but with stable vital signs, it was decided to transport her to the United States urgently via a medical aircraft so that she could receive treatment that his condition requires.
She arrived this Wednesday at the executive airport of Fort Lauderdale, north of Miami, for treatment at to Miami Baptist Hospital.