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07/30/2022 11:46:53

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Guerrilla Pause:
After several days of violent clashes in downtown Port-au-Prince between members of the G9 gang alliance and rival gangs in Bel Air, a respite was observed on Friday, July 29…

PNH: kill a thief
Friday 29th July. 2022, the Haitian National Police (PNH) killed in Carrefour “Tivo”, an armed robber who had just ransom bus passengers. His accomplices managed to escape.

Shipwreck: the cause of the sinking of 17 victims
The 17 victims who lost their lives (15 women, a man and a girl) while a boat carrying Haitian immigrants illegally sank off the Bahamas bound for Florida, failed to take shelter in a cabin meant to protect them from bad weather. Leaving the building at the time of the sinking revealed Bahamian authorities after an investigation Read also: https://www.haitilibre.com/article-37263-haiti-bahamas-latest-info-on-the-rescues-haitians-from-the-shipwreck.html

USGPN agent, kidnapped and released within 24 hours:
On Thursday, July 28, 2022, armed men kidnapped 60 Gabi Fils, agent of the Public Security Unit of the National Palace from the city of Tabaré while he was on his way to his residence. A few hours after his abduction, the kidnappers released Gabe Fells on Friday, July 29 without paying a ransom.

Petit-Goâve Notice: Release Order
May-Pierre Elliott Paul, Government Commissioner at the Petit Joave District Court of First Instance, would like to report on the new ruling adopted (dated July 26, 2022): “There is no police commissioner or chief of a police station authorized to execute a release order without having previously obtained express authorization from The government commissioner. Any criminal bears all the consequences of his actions himself.”

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Beginning of judicial leave:
Friday, July 29, the judicial year 2021 – 2022, and representatives and officials of the judiciary went on vacation as stipulated in the decree issued on August 22, 1995 in Article 75 which states that “the judicial year begins on the first Monday of October. It ends on the last Friday.” From the month of July.

HL / Haiti