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Colombian police say former Haitian official Badio gave order to assassinate Moïse

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Colombian Police asserted this Friday (16) that those accused and arrested for the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse received the orders to assassinate the president after a meeting three days before the crime with former official of the Haitian Ministry of Justice, Joseph Felix Badio.

"'Several days before, apparently three, Joseph Felix Badio, who was a former official of the Ministry of Justice who worked in the anti-corruption commission with the General Intelligence Service, indicated to (Duberney) Capador and (Germán) Rivera that what they had to do was to assassinate the . . .

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