Having pleaded not guilty on July 7, 2022, in federal court in Miami, the Haitian-Chilean businessman Rodolphe Jaar (50), who was detained on January 7, 2022, in the Dominican Republic for his role in the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, and extradited (with his consent) to the United States on January 19, on Friday, March 24, 2023, decided to enter a guilty plea after negotiating a lesser charge.
Rodolphe Jaar acknowledged paying the commando of former Colombian soldiers and other participants in the plot to kill Jovenel Moise, as well as providing money for the purchase of weapons and ammunition, food, and housing. furthermore for paying the commando members who came to assassinate the president’s security personnel to pass unmolested…
Remember that starting at the beginning of 2021, the majority of the coordination, funding, and planning for the plot to assassinate President Mose took place in the Southern District of Florida in the United States. Jaar entered a guilty plea to three counts of conspiring to give material support, giving material support, and conspiring to kidnap and assassinate the president of Haiti. Each of these offenses carries a potential sentence of 30 years to life in prison.
Although Jaar is cooperating with federal investigators and has confessed to his part in the conspiracy, he may go to prison because he has a wealth of crucial information.

Notice that this is the first admission of guilt in the case involving the murder of the president of Haiti at his residence on July 7, 2021. We still don’t know who is behind the President Moise assassination plot, despite recent tremendous developments.

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