According to a report from the Daily Mail, one of the Americans arrested for the murder of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was a DEA informant who handed over a warlord responsible for heading up the last coup in the country.
The DEA has admitted some of their ‘confidential sources’ were involved in the assassination but denied the US government orchestrated the plot.
Joseph Vincent, 55, has been named by sources to the Miami Herald as one of the informants.
Vincent was one of three US citizens arrested for being behind the early morning raid on the president’s home. The two others named are James Solages, and Christian Emmanuel Sanon. Approximately 20 Colombians are also under arrest for the assassination.
According to a report, several of the arrested suspects are FBI informants, and many of the Columbians were once trained by the US Military according to the Washington Post.
An associate of Sanon suggested that Washington DC backed the president’s assassination, claiming their friend said the mission was supposed to ‘save Haiti from hell, with full support from the US government’.
The US Justice Department said on Monday that it had been asked by Haiti to assist in the probe of Moïse’s murder, and was doing so.
Vincent’s ties to the DEA were revealed as US law enforcement confirmed they are now investigating why three US citizens took part in Moïse’s assassination.
Vincent reportedly claimed the plot was orchestrated by a foreigner named ‘Mike’ who spoke English and Spanish, and that they planned to hold Moïse in the National Palace. The plot was planned over the course of a month in a hotel in the Pétion-Ville area of the country.
Deputy justice of the peace Judge Clément Noël told a local Haitian newspaper the two men, who both live in Florida, said ‘the mission was to arrest Moïse and not to kill him.’ Solages said he ‘found this job on the internet.’
The associate, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Sanon told him he was approached by people claiming to represent the U.S. State and Justice departments who wanted to install him as president.
He said the plan was only for Moïse to be arrested, and Sanon would not have participated if he knew Moïse would be killed.
Haitian President Jovenel Moise, was the latest of three presidents to die, of nations that refused distribution of the COVID vaccines.
After their deaths, all three countries are now distributing US-supplied COVID jabs to their citizens.
Haiti had recently declined the AstraZeneca vaccine from the World Health Organization’s Covax Facility in May, citing widespread side effects reported in Europe.
The President of Burundi, Pierre Nkurunziza, also recently died, from cardiac arrest in June.
Burundi’s administration declined the vaccines in February, claiming that “since more than 95% of patients are recovering, we estimate that the vaccines are not yet necessary” in the African nation.
In March, the President of Tanzania, John Magufuli died of a “heart ailment.”
Magufuli also denied the vaccine distribution in his country, and instead urged for Tanzanian citizens to “pray coronavirus away.”
Magufuli, upset at the medical establishment, also mocked the efficacy of the PCR tests, by showing how a goat and a pawpaw fruit both tested positive for COVID-19.
Following his death, Tanzania put in an order to the WHO for a shipment of COVID vaccines for its 60 million citizens.
Cuba is one of just a few countries that have developed their own proprietary vaccine. According to a top Cuban vaccine scientist, they were encouraged by what they’re seeing in late stage and experimental studies on the efficacy of the jabs.
Cuba, which has a long history of developing and exporting vaccines, began late-phase trials of two of its five experimental shots, Soberana 2 and Abdala, in March of 2021.
Around 44,000 people received the Soberana 2 vaccine as part of the Phase 3 double-blind studies. An additional 150,000 health care workers were inoculated with Soberana 2 as part of an “interventional study.”
Cuba’s proprietary vaccines are not MRNA technology. The Soberana 2 uses synthesized coronavirus proteins to trigger the body’s immune system.
On July 8th, 2021, right before mass protests sparked in the country, Cuba said on Thursday its two-shot Soberana 2 vaccine, delivered with a booster called Soberana Plus, had proven 91.2% effective in late stage clinical trials against the coronavirus. Similar news about its Abdala vaccine followed. Last month, Abdala was found to have a 92.28% efficacy.
Both vaccines use a traditional approach deploying a part of the virus’s spike protein which helps the virus enter and infect cells, to build up the immune system.
After the announcement, anti-government protests swept the nation, starting on July 11th 2021. Thousands of residents took to the streets in a wave of demonstrations in Havana and 14 other cities throughout the island, demanding an end to the 62-year dictatorship and protesting the lack of Covid-19 vaccines.
The protests are unprecedented in the country because of their tight police control and surveillance of dissidents. In a televised address on Sunday, President Miguel Díaz-Canel blamed the protests on the U.S., which he said seeks to economically strangle Cuba and bring about a social explosion.
The CIA has a long history of causing uprisings and revolutions in countries across the world. For example, the ‘Cuban Project,’ also known as ‘Operation Mongoose,’ was an extensive campaign of terrorist attacks against civilians, and covert operations, carried out by the Central Intelligence Agency in Cuba. It was officially authorized on November 30, 1961 by President Kennedy.
In their coverage of the protests in Cuba, the Associated Press reported that authorities blocked citizen access to social media sites, which the AP calls a “tried-and-true method of stifling dissent by authoritarian regimes around the world.”
Many Twitter users responded to the Tweet noting the irony about American dissidents – who the American regime feels are a threat to the system – being censored online here.