Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Haiti: police superintendent arrested in Jean Dominique

Reporters Without Borders12.12 – Haiti : police superintendent arrested in Jean Dominique murder investigationPolice superintendent Daniel Ulysse was arrested in Port-au-Prince on 10 December in connection with the investigation into the April 2000 murder of Radio Ha�ti Inter director Jean Dominique and the radio station’s caretaker, Jean-Claude Louissaint. The former head of the judicial police, Ulysse was arrested when he unexpectedly went to the office of Fritzner Fils-Aim�, the judge in charge of the Dominique murder investigation, who had issued an order for him to present himself for questioning. Ulysse, who had previously ignored all the summonses issued by Fils-Aime, is alleged to have obstructed the investigation. He is being held in the national penitentiary pending further questioning by the judge.� Reporters Without Borders – 47, rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris – France

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