Friday, February 9, 2024: In the case of Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination on July 7, 2021, Joseph Vincent, a 58-year-old American of Haitian descent and former DEA informant, was given a life sentence. This is the fourth defendant in this case to be given a life sentence, following former senator Joseph Joel John Alejandro Rivera Garcia, also known as “Colonel Mike,” a retired Colombian army officer, and former drug dealer Rodolphe Jaar, who was previously found guilty in the US. Remember that Joseph Vincent had acknowledged taking part in preparatory discussions for the 2021 assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, and he had entered a guilty plea to conspiring to kill him. He had impersonated an official from the United States government, according to a court filing.

Vincent provided evidence of the meetings, plans, and deeds of some of the other co-defendants who are still awaiting trial in conjunction with federal prosecutors.
On the same day, Florida resident Frederick Joseph Bergmann Jr. entered a guilty plea to charges involving the submission of fraudulent or misleading export information.
When Bergmann Jr. and three other Floridians were detained a year ago, false export paperwork were used by U.S. officials to claim that Bergmann Jr. assisted in funding the mercenaries’ accommodation in Haiti and assisted in the shipment of body armor to that country. He received a life term in prison as well.

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