“The autopsy conducted on the remains of Judge Jean Serge Joseph reveals that the magistrate was poisoned.” The information was made public this Saturday, July 27, 2013 by the older brother of the deceased, Joseph Fritz. The latter spoke on the Caribbean Radio FM 94.5 to broadcast “Ramase.” “An autopsy on the body of Serge shows that he was poisoned,” confirmed Mr. Joseph Fritz.
A medical doctor, probably Canadian, speaking in Creole, read the results of the autopsy that confirm the thesis of poisoning. However, they were not able to specify the nature of the poison, rejecting any idea of stroke.
Thus, they pronounced a cause of death that goes against the statements made by the doctors at the hospital Bernard Mevs in which the judge had died following what the hospital claimed was a stroke after the patient spent five hours waiting for care at the hospital.
According to credible information, the investigating judge was under pressure from President Michel Martelly and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe at a meeting held on July 11 after the magistrate wrote to the Head of State asking him to release to the court certain high ranking officials of the public administration, including the Prime Minister, for questioning in connection with corruption and usurpation of power complaints filed by attorneys Michael and Andrew Newton Louis Saint-Juste.
Recall that Jean Serge Joseph died unexpectedly on Saturday, July 13, 2013.