What you are looking at is a picture Clifford Brandt as he was detained by Haiti National Police for his involvement in a kidnapping case. The matter is being investigated by Haitian police. Haitian authorities said Clifford Brandt played a central role in the kidnapping of two Moscoso children.
Here is a set of pictures of alleged kidnapper Clifford Brandt who was recaptured by the Dominican Police
On January 28, 2016, during the trial of Chris Brandt Jr, the Judge Me Jean Wilner Morin, after the identification process of the accused and his five other accomplices in the court room [Sawadienne Jean (30), Carlo St-Fort (30), Carline Richemard (30), Pierreval Ricot (39), Saint-Fort Carlo Bendel and Evens Larieux (45)], ordered the suspension of the hearing and announced the resumption of the trial on 15 February, 2016. A dozen of lawyers were present in the courtroom to defend Clifford Brandt, who has been arrested on charges of Kidnapping, illegal restraint against ransom, conspiracy, usurpation of title, death threats, forgery and use of forgeries, illegal possession of firearms and money laundering. The trial was again postponed on February 15, because the accused Chris Brandt was absent in the courtroom.
What you are looking at is a picture as Brandt led the investigating policemen to the place where the two children were held. The police freed the children and arrested Brandt. as he was accompagned by Police. He was taken into custody for Kidnapping.
According to report, Clifford Brandt took the investigating policemen to the place where the two Moscoso children were held after being kidnapped. The police freed the children but arrested Brandt.
What you are looking at is a picture Clifford Brandt in a police car taking them to the place where two kidnapped children were held.
Clifford Brandt is a businessman in Haiti. He operates a car dealership in Port-au-Prince, in Delmas. His father, Fritz Brandt, heads a famous rich Haitian family running extensive export-import businesses.
What you are looking at is a picture Clifford Brandt as he is entering Police station in Port-au-Prince.
A lawyer hired by the Brandt family agreed that Brandt had led police to the place of kidnapping. However, he said his client did not participate in kidnapping. His defense is that Brandt had organized the children's removal in a family dispute.