A promise of a well-paying assignment abroad for retired Colombian soldiers. A security company in Miami. An evangelical Haitian American pastor with lofty ideas. Trying to join the dots in the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse took us from the Caribbean to South America to Florida — and there are still plenty of questions.
Guest: Julie Turkewitz, the Andes bureau chief for The New York Times, and Frances Robles, a national and foreign correspondent for The Times based in Florida.
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- Interviews with more than a dozen people suggest that the suspects had been working together for months — but to what end is still mysterious.
- One suspect was said to have claimed he was “sent by God” to help Haiti.
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