Man arrested as alleged leader in assassination of Haitian president

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The head of Haiti’s national police announced on Sunday that officers have arrested a Haitian man accused of flying into the country on a private jet and working with the masterminds and alleged assassins behind the killing of President Jovenel Moise.

Police Chief Leon Charles identified the suspect as Christian Emmanuel Sanon without offering any personal information about him, though it appears he has been living in Florida.

Mike Armstrong has more on the arrest and the explosive allegations against him.

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