The DEA is starting a campaign to slow the drug traffic through Haiti and will request the extradition of several dozen key suspects to the United States for trial. The list remains secret but an agent says the public will be surprised how high up they will reach in their effort.
The agent also commented upon the use of other vehicles, on a regular basis, to transport large shipments of cocaine. Many ambulances, seen moving along the roadways, are not ambulances at all. Each of the departments has one police car dedicated to the transportation of drugs.
Who would stop a police car??
Some 50 senior police officers have failed the vetting process and will be, should be removed from the PNH.
It is time for Mario Andresol to leave his position as Chief of Police. Luckily, for Haiti, his term ends on August 18, 2012.
Time for President Martelly to name a replacement.
Some suggest that he could name Will Dimanche, head of Circulation. This will never be accepted by the Americans since they believe he is part of the ongoing problem.
MINUSTAH is also seen as involved with the cocaine traffic, using its vehicles, ships and helicopters. Residents of Port Salut have commented on the Uruguayan detachments involvement.