Joseph Vincent Pleads Guilty
In a surprising twist in the Jovenel Moïse case, Joseph Vincent pleaded guilty on Monday before a federal court in Miami, confessing to his active involvement in strategic meetings that led to the assassination of the Haitian president. This revelation follows the guilty pleas of four other individuals, shedding new light on this complex case with international implications.
Joseph Vincent, once a mysterious figure within the conspiracy, has now acknowledged his responsibility for the tragic events that led to Jovenel Moïse’s demise. U.S. judicial authorities are intensifying their investigations to unravel the entire network involved in this political assassination that shook Haiti and sparked global outrage.
It is crucial to recall that Jovenel Moïse was assassinated in his private residence on July 7, 2021. Since then, investigations have exposed a complex web of conspirators, involving individuals both inside and outside Haiti. The extradition of some suspects to the United States has empowered American authorities to play a central role in clarifying this case.