Jamaica to deport Colombian wanted in Haiti president assassination

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By Kate Chappell KINGSTON (Reuters) – A former Colombian military member implicated in last year’s assassination of Haiti President Jovenel Moise will be deported from Jamaica to his home country on Jan. 3, Jamaica’s attorney general said on Saturday. Mario Antonio Palacios, 43, is accused by Haitian authorities of forming part of a mercenary group that assassinated Moise in July during an assault on his private residence, during which his wife was also injured. Palacios was arrested in Jamaica last October and convicted for illegally entering the country from the Dominican Republic. Jamaica’s…

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