The president of the National Association of Haitian Magistrates Jean Wilner Morin said that Chanlatte "will not be intimidated" as advocates raised concerns of political persecution.
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“It is an investigation that will take time. We also hope that the authorities will put all the necessary resources at the disposal of magistrate Chanlatte and will also ensure his safety,” Morin remarked.
According to the police, 44 people have been arrested thus far over the assassination of the Haitian president, including 18 Colombians and 12 police officers.