FBI survey evidence as probe into assassination shows signs of coverup

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Haitian judicial sources tell CNN there are severe irregularities occurring throughout the investigation into the killing of Haiti’s president Jovenel Moise. CNN’s Matt Rivers looks into what appears to be an ongoing effort to obstruct the investigation surrounding Moise’s assassination.

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