Acra’s private yacht was seized in 2015 and found to be carrying 82 kilos (181 pounds) of cocaine and 10 kilos (22 pounds) of heroin./Huffington post

 

Haiti Can’t Seem to Disengage from “Henchman”

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President Moise, Martelly’s handpicked successor, is under accusation of drug trafficking. Haiti’s Central Financial Intelligence Unit (UCREF) began an investigation into Moise’s finances. The raw report shows that Moise had managed untraceable transactions of up to $5.5 million. His associates include Guy Philippe, leader of the 2004 coup in Haiti. Philippe was arrested January 5, 2017 in Port-au-Prince and extradited to the United States by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).

Marc Antoine Acra joined Moise as part of a delegation to the Dominican Republic while Moise was a candidate.The UCREF report says Acra’s private yacht was seized in 2015 and found to be carrying 82 kilos (181 pounds) of cocaine and 10 kilos (22 pounds) of heroin.

The corrupt political DNA continues in an unbroken chain in Haiti. Clinton begat Merten and Martelly, who begat Moise. Now the Trump administration seems blind to the fact that putting Merten back into this incestuous mix suggests a stunted growth and a deformed future for Haiti.

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