SWIPE FOR UPDATE: Five Americans arrested last week while armed to the teeth in Haiti said they were working for a local “businessman” on Thursday as it was revealed that they won’t be facing charges in the US, a report said.
The men, who returned to American soil Wednesday night, are not expected to be charged criminally but will be debriefed by law enforcement, according to the Miami Herald. The men were arrested Sunday at a police checkpoint in Port-au-Prince with an arsenal of weapons.
They allegedly told Haitian authorities they were on a “government mission.” But they told US authorities they were guarding a “businessman” doing work with the Haitian government, according to the Herald.
Source : @miamiherald@nypost #lunionsuite#haitianamerican#haitian#haiti#caribbean
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