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James Solages and Vincent Joseph, two Haitian-Americans with ties to Florida, were brought before journalists in handcuffs at a press conference late Thursday.Two Haitian-Americans With Florida Ties Accused of Taking Part in Haitian President’s Assassination
Whatever happens now, the American departure from Bagram seems indicative of the inexorable nature of the current overall withdrawal plan, a decision that The Onion oddly predicted nearly 10 years ago.
The US is on the verge of its own second Vietnam repeated as farce in a haphazard retreat from AfghanistanA Saigon moment in the Hindu Kush
EDITOR’S NOTE: Last night, after this piece went to press, a team of attackers broke into President Jovenel Moise’s private residence above Port-au-Prince and in a hail of machine gun fire assassinated the president and injured his wife. Prime Minister Claude Joseph has declared a state of siege. The streets of the capital are empty and silent this morning, as the people of Haiti wait to see what will emerge after the killing.HAITI HAS BEEN ABANDONED—BY THE MEDIA, THE US, AND THE WORLD
In his intervention, Pradel Henriquez, the Minister of Communication declared “[…] we recall that there is a state of siege which was set up this morning […] it is a measure that the Government took on a situation of great danger […] today we have men with large weapons who have landed on a territory which is not theirs, they are not Haitian, it is true that there were Haitians with them […] it is foreigners who speak English and Spanish who entered the house of an elected President, and he had done nothing to deserve this fate […]” Henriquez stressed that the current police operation could last all night until the attackers are routed. – Source.