The Florida doctor arrested for his role in the assassination of Haiti president had campaigned to replace him in letter to U.S. State Department

The Florida doctor arrested for his role in the assassination of Haiti president had campaigned to replace him in letter to U.S. State Department



It has been revealed that the Florida doctor who was arrested over the assassination of Haitian president Jovenel Moise campaigned to replace the slain leader with the backing of a key UN figure.



Christian Emmanuel Sanon, a Haitian who has lived in the US since the late 70s, has been named as mastermind of Moise's assassination. He is suspected of being 'one of the leaders' behind the shooting and the attempted killing of the president wife Martine last week.



Haitian police say he entered the country last month on a private jet 'with the intention of taking the Haitian Presidency' although they are yet to back their accusations with hard evidence.



DailyMail reported that Sanon's ambitions to reform his poverty-stricken homeland date back to February 2011 when he launched a website entitled 'Dr Christian Sanon Leadership pour Haiti'.



The site has since vanished but archived web pages from 2011 to 2016 include a portal for donations, a 'plan for Haiti', and news updates on Sanon's efforts to build clinics in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake.Latest Post Follow us on Google newsTwitter and on Facebook
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