MIAMI – Martin Moss is the widow of Haitian President Jovnell Moss He was killed at his home on July 7 by an armed group, Described the attack and expressed his suspicion of guilt to the public in an interview with the New York Times published on Friday night.
‘I only saw his boots before they killed him,’ Martin said of the bullet wounded during the attack on her husband.
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The first woman to wake up to gunshots that night explained that she hid her two children under the age of 20 in the bathroom before lying on the floor. “.
After the injury, she lay still, she told the newspaper.
“At that moment I felt like I could not breathe with blood in my mouth,” the widow recalled. “In my mind, everyone is dead because if the president was dead, everyone might be dead too,” he said.
Shortly afterwards, members of the armed group searched the room. Martin Moyes heard them talking to each other and on the phone in Spanish. At the time, she described, they seemed to be “looking for something, and they were able to find it.”
The killers filed from where Martin was standing, and one of them stepped on her leg. On the floor, the woman received light in her eyes, checking to see if she was alive by the flashlight of one of the active participants.
“When they left, they thought I was dead,” he said.
The first woman escaped the attack and flew for treatment in Florida from Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, where she spoke to the newspaper. Is it over there She returned to her country two weeks ago for her husband’s funeral, Where he spoke and said the last few days have been “dark” for the family.
Twenty days after her husband’s murder, Martin wonders what happened during the attack on the president’s home with 30 to 50 agents in charge of security.
“I don’t understand how anyone could be hit by bullets,” he asks.
Arrested by Haitian police Two security chiefs of the president, As well as many more Colombian mercenaries, And claims to have discovered a conspiracy organized by a group of Haitians with contacts abroad. Although the investigation is ongoing, there are many doubts.
According to Martin Moss, those arrested during the trial were guilty of a crime that deepened the country’s political and economic crisis.
“Only oligarchy and organization can kill him,” the first lady accused.
Martin Moss believes the dangerous situation still persists. According to her, those who organized the crime should be arrested.
Otherwise they will kill every president who seizes power. They did it once and they’re going to do it again, “he said.” President Joanell had a vision that we Haitians will not let it die, “he added.
Prior to the assassination, Moss was accused of extending his term unconstitutionally, ending in February this year for opposition parties and legal experts. He ruled without a dissolved chamber last year and arrested Supreme Court judges.
In the interview, Martin Moss gave the New York Times a name: Rajinold Paulus, an influential businessman who entered politics. The newspaper said the woman believed the businessman should get something from the president’s death, except to accuse him of ordering the murder.
Contacted by the New York Times, Paul vehemently denied the hidden allegations of the president’s widow and expressed his support for an independent international investigation.
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