Nenel Cassy Interrogated by the Anti-Corruption Unit
In a case that has captured public attention, former Nippes senator Nenel Cassy was recently interrogated by the Anti-Corruption Unit. The focus of this questioning revolved around the significant growth of his wealth, which is said to have increased by over 400% compared to his previous declaration before his senatorial term.
This investigation was initiated at the request of Judge Jean Wilner Morin and aims to shed light on the financial aspects of the former Nippes elected official. During our interview with him, Nenel Cassy categorically denied any excessive personal enrichment. He stated that investigators had misinterpreted elements related to his assets, particularly regarding bonds from the Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) that he holds. He maintains that these elements were misunderstood, creating a false perception of a significant increase in his assets.
It is worth noting that, at the request of Judge Jean Wilner Morin, the Central Financial Intelligence Unit has launched a thorough investigation into Nenel Cassy’s various bank accounts. The findings of this investigation will help clarify the situation and determine if any infractions have occurred. The Haitian judicial system will play a crucial role in ensuring transparency and fairness in the handling of this case.