The Dominican government says it has identified the leaders of the Haitian gangs

Santo Domingo, DR.

The Dominican Republic said last night that it had identified key leaders of the Gangs operating in Haiti, In a statement they denied their operation in the country.

The Dominican government issued a statement “Haiti does not have the technology or reliable records to obtain accurate information about the identities of members of different criminal gangs.”

“Our country, on the other hand, has a biometric registration system and other technologies that allow it to identify key leaders of gangs operating in Haiti,” the statement, signed by Presidential spokesman Homero Fikurova, said.

The Dominican proclamation comes later Haitian police said they were citizens Dominicans belong to the gang It calmed Haiti.

The full statement issued by the leadership regarding this:

The case of a jailed citizen in Haiti

On Wednesday, June 22, the Haitian National Police released a statement describing the confessions obtained during interrogation of a man named “Moloi Ortiz Mises”. We would like to make the following clarifications with the aim of informing the public.

1. National Intelligence Agency database found that Luis Alejandro Ortiz Mieses (Alias ​​Molei), a citizen born in the municipality of Guevara on 12/29/88, was registered as a Dominican in the Central Election Commission (JCE) database. ., Santo Domingo Province.

2. Those responsible for the investigation, in addition to comparing Fingerprints and photos, spoke with family members who confirmed the identity They also said they had not been in contact with their relative for ten years.

3. Luis Alejandro Artis Mises has been declared a fugitive from Dominican justice since 2013 for kidnapping a businessman in the municipality of Guevara in the province of Santo Domingo.

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4. Reports of National Intelligence Organizations They did not identify the other Dominicans As members of any one gang Active in Haitian territory.

5. Haiti does not have the technology or reliable records to obtain accurate information about the identities of members of different criminal gangs.

6. On the other hand, our country has a biometric registration system and other technologies that allow us to identify key leaders of gangs operating in Haiti.

Dominican officials guarantee that no Haitian gangs operate in the national territory. The current case is an isolated incident of a fugitive who lived in Haiti for about ten years.

Presidency Press Release

Dominican officials guarantee that Haitian gangs will not operate in the national territory

Santo Domingo. – To inform the public, spokesperson and director Strategy and Government Communication, Homero Fikurova, On Wednesday, June 22, the Haitian National Police released a statement describing the confessions obtained during the interrogation of “Molaï Ortiz Mieses”.

According to the National Intelligence Agency, Luis Alejandro Ortiz Mises (alias Molai) was born on 12/29/88 in the municipality of Guevara and was registered as a Dominican in the database of the Central Electoral Board (JCE). Province of Santo Domingo. His identity was confirmed by comparison of fingerprints and his relatives, who say they have not been in contact for ten years.

Ortiz Mieses has been declared a fugitive from Dominican justice since 2013. For participating in the kidnapping of a businessman in the municipality of Guevara in the province of Santo Domingo.

Reports from the National Intelligence Agency did not identify the other Dominicans as members of any gang operating in Haitian territory.

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Similarly, it indicates that there is no technology or reliable records in Haiti Real information about the identity of members of different criminal gangs And the Dominican Republic, on the other hand, a Biometric registration system And other technologies that allow the identification of key leaders of gangs operating in Haiti.

Dominican authorities guarantee that none of the Haitian gangs operate in the national territory, and that the current case is an isolated incident of a fugitive who has lived in Haiti for about ten years.

Esmond Harmon

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