Colombia, Once Again Calling For The Release Of The Mercenary Colombians Imprisoned in Haiti

Colombia has called for the release of 18 Colombian mercenaries living in prisons in Haiti after being arrested for the assassination of the late President Jovenel Moïse.

According to Carlos Carmago, an emissary who visited the men, says the condition of the men is also bad, the men are sleeping on the ground, they are fed twice a day, and there are only 20 liters of water for 18 Colombians and 2 Haitians to share a drink, which causes some of the men to lose a lot of weight, may require immediate medical attention.

Still, according to the commission report, the men are handcuffed 24 hours a day, some are even tied up in pairs with one handcuff. The commission also complained about prisons where men are crowded, and in dungeons where men are piled up in the sun.

The mediation commission says that although the DCPJ and the FBI have already questioned the men several times, but the presence of the killers has never been authorized to speak to a lawyer, in this sense the commissioner Carlos Carmago requested legal assistance for the men. do not know their rights.