Marc Arthur Phebe In Court Regarding Clifford Brandt Kidnapping Case - Video Live

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Head of special Cat-Team of the National Palace, Marc Arthur Phebe, in Court

National Palace's Cat-Team head, Marc Arthur Phebe, in Court Clifford Brandt Kidnapping case

On Wednesday, July 3, 2013, Marc Arthur Phebe who has been pointed out as being the executor of Brandt's kidnapping ring was in front of the Court of Appeal in Port-au- Prince.

He was asked about the nature of his relationship with Brandt and the information he has regarding the kidnapping of two young Moscoso on October 16, 2012 in Bourdon.

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With tears in his eyes, Marc Arthur Phebe denied any involvement in kidnapping; that he was the security coordinator for the Brandt family.

We have the video presentation of Mr. Marc Arthur Phebe in front of the Court of Appeal to answer some questions on his dealing with Clifford Brandt.

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