Former National Police Chief in Haiti, Jean Nesly Lucien shot

Former National Police Chief in Haiti, Jean Nesly Lucien shot

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On Wednesday, August 26th, 2015, Jean Nesly Lucien, the former Director General of the National Police of Haiti and a member of the Aristide security team became the victim of an assassination attempt near the residence of former President Jean Bertrand Aristide. He was shot by three unknown armed motorcyclists in Tabarre, one in the shoulder and one at the foot and was taken to the hospital for treatment and released later. During the time of the attack, he was accompanying retired Boston police detective Yves Dambreville (66), who could not survive his bullet injuries, died on the spot. We might remember that in 2005, Lucien received a 5-year imprisonment on money laundering charges. He was arrested along with several other top government officials during the administration of deposed President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. On May 26, 2004, he was arrested from a relative's home in Miami. As per U.S. Drug Enforcement sources, Lucien and former Haitian anti-drug Chief Evintz Brillant seized $450,000 from a Colombian trafficker in 2002, returned $300,000, split the rest on condition to assist the drug dealer in future.

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