Judge Mathieu Chanlatte to lead proceedings of President Moise assassination

Judge Mathieu Chanlatte to lead proceedings of President Moise assassination
Judge Mathieu Chanlatte to lead proceedings of President Moise assassination

A very fair judge has been appointed by the Dean of the Court of the first instance in Port au Prince. He will be heading the investigation and further proceedings of the case regarding President Moise assassination. President Moise was gunned down on July 7.

Judge Mathieu Chanlatte is the judge who will be leading the proceedings and conduct the probe. President of the National Association of Haitian Magistrates, Jean Wilner Morin, said that he knows his colleague would not get scared while doing his duties.

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A few days back, the Dean found it challenging to find any judge and appoint him for the case of the assassination of President Moise. The main reason was that they feared for their lives.

In the past few days, the Dean found it difficult to appoint a judge to examine the file and documents related to the killing of Moise because they feared for their lives.

A week ago, the Dean of the Tribunal, Judge Bernard Saint-Vil, highlighted that he is not finding any judge who is willing to open and investigate these “explosive” files.

Martin Moise, the widow of assassinated Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise, hinted that she would be standing as a candidate for presidential elections.

Martin Moise, while answering the questions by the local media house, said that President Jovenel Moise had a vision & now the Haitians would not going to let that die easily. With the message, she also informed the sources that those who came to kill President Moise were also looking for certain documents. They were seeking something in the room, and they found it, and I did not know what it was.

According to the statements, Martine Moise informed that she had been seriously declaring to stand as a candidate for the presidency of Haiti after she would be going through more surgeries on her wounded arm in the coming days.