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Suspects planned next steps after Haitian president's death: report

Suspects in the investigation of the Haitian president's death met for months before the operation to plan what their next move would be once the president was out of power, people involved in the discussions and authorities in Colombia and Haiti said, The New York Times reported.

The meetings discussed Christian Emmanuel Sanon becoming the new prime minister of Haiti after President Jovenel Moïse was deposed, Haiti officials said. However, those in the meetings say there was never a plan to kill Moïse.

Parnell Duverger, a retired adjunct economics professor at Broward College in Florida, said he attended 10 of the meetings discussing Sanon taking over as prime minister, but said there was no talk of a coup or an assassination.

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