Suspect in murder of Haiti’s Moise dies of complications of the coronavirus

(Reuters) – A suspect in the murder in July of Haitian President Jovenel Moise died while being transferred from the preliminary investigation to a hospital detention after suffering symptoms of the coronavirus, his wife said: on Wednesday.

Gilbert Dragon, 52, a former police commissioner, deceased of heart arrestMarie Leslie Noel said, adding that she spent two weeks getting him to a hospital and was struggling to get a COVID-19 test done on time.

“I was finally cleared this afternoon to take him to the hospital, and he died while… on to be way” said Noel. “I fought to get him out for two weeks.”

Interior Minister Liszt Quietl not reply on request for comment.

The Haitian National Police said: in a report from august that dragon had been in Contact with other suspects on the night of Murder of Moise on July 7 and had participated in meetings to plan it.

Noel told her husband was wrongfully imprisoned and that he had slept with them home on the night the killing took place. She said that Dragon met researchers started talking… of of his own accord after hearing that the police had searched for it.

“I was very impatient for the process because I wanted to see the evidence they had,” she said.

Haiti has made more than three dozen arrests, including one group of former Colombian military officers, in link with the probe in Moise’s killing.

Turkish authorities arrested another suspect, Samir Handal, in Istanbul, the Haitian minister of Foreign Affairs Claude Joseph said: on Monday.

(Reporting by Brian Ellsworth and Gessika Thomas; editing by Peter Cooney)

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