Michel Martelly, Laurent Lamothe And Jean-Renel Sanon Indicted


Jean-Serge Joseph, Michel Martelly, Laurent Lamothe Jean-Renel Sanon Met

The report of the Senate Special Committee that was investigating whether or not there was a meeting between Judge Jean Serge Joseph, and the executive branch prior to his death has come out.

The investigation in fact confirmed that President Michel Martelly, Prime Minister Laurent Lamother and the Minister of Justice Jean Renel Sanon indeed met the magistrate Jean-Serge Joseph. According to Senate Special Committee report, the meeting was held on July 11, 2013, at the Chambers of Garry Lissade. It was further revealed that the meeting was facilitated by Mr. Raymond Jean-Michel, the Dean of the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince.

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The Senate Special Committee has made its heaviest recommendation so far. The Committee recommends the indictment of President Michel Martelly, Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe and Minister of Justice Jean-Renel Sanon for having lied to the nation and to the commission.

The crisis has reached a new dimension!

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