A U.S. Special Forces soldier observes elite Colombian troops during training at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida in 2015. The two militaries have a partnership dating back decades. (U.S. Defense Department)
Following up Jovenel Moïse posts:
Posted by dxv515 July 13, 2021 BIDEN DOOM! SEVERAL DEA & FBI PAID INFORMANTS ARE AMONG SUSPECTED ASSASSINS IN JOVENEL MOÏSE'S MURDER
Posted by dxv515 July 07, 2021 CIA/DEA OPERATION TO ARREST JOVENEL MOISE WENT WRONG: BIDEN'S FIRST INTERNATIONAL CRISIS
Posted by dxv515 July 07, 2021 DID THE DEA GET THE WRONG HOUSE AND MURDER HAITI'S PRESIDENT, JOVENEL MOÏSE? ANNE MILGRAM SWORN IN AS DEA ADMINISTRATOR 28 JUNE 2021
Posted by dxv515 July 11, 2018 Pope Francis Haiti DOOM! Haiti Protesters Call For President Moise To Step Down.....
Posted by dxv515 July 10, 2018 POPE FRANCIS MEETS WITH PRESIDENT OF HAITI, JOVENEL MOÏSE & SIX MONTHS LATER HAITI BURNS!
U.S. military once trained Colombians implicated in Haiti assassination plot, Pentagon says
Some of the former Colombian servicemen arrested after last week’s assassination of Haiti’s president previously received U.S. military training, according to the Pentagon, raising fresh questions about the United States’ ties to Jovenel Moïse’s death. “A review of our training databases indicates that a small number of the Colombian individuals detained as part of this investigation had participated in past U.S. military training and education programs, while serving as active members of the Colombian Military Forces,” Lt. Col. Ken Hoffman, a Pentagon spokesman, said in a statement to The Washington Post. The Pentagon’s review is ongoing, Hoffman said. He did not say how many of the men received training or precisely what it entailed. Sen. Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.), whose legislation provides oversight of foreign defense aid used in human rights abuses, said the episode was a grim reminder that U.S. assistance to other countries can take unexpected turns. “This illustrates that while we want our training of foreign armies to build professionalism and respect for human rights, the training is only as good as the institution itself,” Leahy said. “The Colombian army, which we have supported for 20 years, has a long history of targeting civilians, violating the laws of war and not being accountable. There has been a cultural problem within that institution.” Source