South Florida men arrested in Haiti assassination said they were translators for operation

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Miami Herald

Details and a timeline began emerging late Friday, filling in blanks about how two South Florida men became entangled in the killing of Haiti’s president. Photos released in Haiti on Friday showed James Solages, 35, and Vincent Joseph, 55, with their hands behind their backs after capture. Sitting on the floor, the men are wearing matching military-style tan boots. The State Department confirmed that U.S. Embassy officials were trying to gain consular access to the two South Floridians accused in the assassination. Multiple news reports quoted the men as having told Haitian police that they ac…

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