The FBI collected evidence at the residence of President Moise.


After several hours inside the house, the Haitian Scientific Police members began to come out with various pieces of evidence, all packaged in plastic sleeves or paper bags, except for a computer monitor.

Members of the FBI, accompanied by the Haitian National Police agents, were on Thursday at the residence of President Jovenel Moise, shot to death on July 7 to gather evidence about the assassination.

After several hours inside the house, after 5:00 in the afternoon, members of the Scientific Police of Haiti began to leave with various tests, all packaged in plastic sleeves or paper bags, except for a computer monitor.

After six trips transporting evidence to a truck-type vehicle located near the entrance, the group of FBI agents left the house and left the place in three vehicles, where at least four more agents from the US investigation body were waiting.

During the collection of evidence, the place was guarded by heavily armed members of the Haitian Police. Also, agents of the US embassy remained at the house entrance, where you can see the remains of the shooting that took place the night of the assault on the residence.

At least 21 bullet holes can be counted in the pedestrian access doors and the vehicle gate, each one surrounded by a red circle and with a series of numbers around it.

Also, a black SUV parked next to the car in which the agents loaded the evidence has broken glass from the shots.

The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) of the United States joined the investigation a few days after the president's death, experiments in which the Colombian authorities also collaborate, nationality of most of the mercenaries accused of allegedly perpetrating the attack on Moise's residence.

The Pentagon revealed this Thursday that is trained in the past a "small number" of Colombian citizens who have been arrested for their alleged participation in the assassination.

At the moment, 23 people have been arrested, including 18 former Colombian soldiers and 5 Haitian-American citizens, and precautionary measures have been applied against 24 agents and officials of the presidential security units.