A “tourist tour” through the Dominican Republic on behalf of those accused of the assassination in Haiti
The alleged mercenary, identified by Haitian authorities as one of the executioners who shot and killed Haitian President Jovenel Moise last Wednesday, had time to “walk” through the Dominican Republic, hours before he was due to leave for Haiti.
it’s about Manuel Antonio Grosso Guarín, a famous former Colombian military from Sugamoso, Who since 2013 has been part of the elite group of Special Forces Urban Counter Terrorism of the Army.
The Dominican National Palace, the colonial city and the Columbus Lighthouse were some of the tourist destinations for the alleged mercenaries, who recounted via Facebook his stay in the country starting June 4, the date he traveled from Bogota to Punta Cana.
But Grosso Guarín did not travel alone, he was accompanied by three other former members of the Colombian armed forces who planned to enter Haiti on June 6 through the Carizal border point, located in the province of Elias Peña.
Hours before leaving for the neighboring country, the former special forces army posted its last photo on Dominican soil “on a tour” in Santo Domingo.
The Director-General of Haiti’s National Police Leon Charles said last Thursday that the materials responsible for the assassination were 28 men, 26 Colombians and two Americans.
from colombians Fifteen people were arrested in the operation carried out by the authorities, three were killed by the police and eight are still on the run.
It was a command of 28 strikers, of whom 26 were Colombian. We intercepted 15 Colombians and Haitian Americans. Three Colombians were killed, while eight others died. Weapons and items used by thugs were found. And we will enhance our investigation and research techniques to intercept the other eight mercenaries,” Charles explained.
Colombian Defense Minister Diego Molano Aponte, And confirmed that a number of detainees are retired military personnel.
Deputy Magistrate for the Peace of Pétion Ville, Clément Noel, told the Haitian newspaper Le Nouvelliste that among the dead were Colombian Mauricio Javier Romeo Medina and Dobernay Cappador Giraldo.