Pentagon Admits That Assassins Accused of Murdering Haitian President were Colombians with U.S. Training

The Pentagon has been forced to admit that some of the individuals involved with the conspiracy to assassinate the Haitian President were trained by the U.S. government.

Although the Pentagon obviously will not admit that they set up the plot, they are admitting that the assassination plot may have emanated from blowback from previous black ops set up with thugs from Colombia.

“A review of our training databases indicates that a small number of the Colombian individuals detained as part of this investigation had participated in past US military training and education programs while serving as active members of the Colombian Military Forces,” Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Ken Hoffman said, according to a statement provided to The Washington Post.

This follows news that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is admitting that one of their former assets is presently a suspect in the assassination plot as well.

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“At times, one of the suspects in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise was a confidential source to the DEA,” the DEA said in a statement.

“Following the assassination of President Moise, the suspect reached out to his contacts at the DEA. A DEA official assigned to Haiti urged the suspect to surrender to local authorities and, along with a US State Department official, provided information to the Haitian government that assisted in the surrender and arrest of the suspect and one other individual,” the DEA added.

Liberty Conservative News has reported on how U.S.-backed intervention has resulted in terrible unintended negative impacts in the past:

The vicious Muslim militias of Iraq, who ssre now under the gun of the military-industrial complex, were once the allies of the U.S. who helped in the fight to secure the region against even bigger threats.

Now-deceased Sen. John McCain complained publicly in 2015 when the U.S. and Iranian-affiliated militias were cohabiting a military base in the Anwar province.

McCain said that “it’s an insult to the families of the American soldiers that were wounded and killed in battles in which the Shia militias were the enemy. Now, providing arms to them and supporting them, it’s very hard for those families to understand.”

However, extreme war hawks like McCain had supported an even more dastardly alliance in Iraq under the pretense of the infamous troop surge in 2007-08. U.S. troops worked with Sunni terrorists, who were openly anti-American with a tremendous amount of U.S. blood on their hands, to advance strategic goals in the region.

“The decision to support the Awakening movement and, in essence, reconciliation carried considerable risk and was not initially embraced by all of our commanders,” Gen. David Petraeus said at the time of the controversial decision.

“Many correctly pointed out that the leaders and members of the groups that wanted to reconcile with us — groups that might be willing to embrace the Awakening — had American blood on their hands. … I was convinced that there was no alternative if we were to reduce the violence and divert key elements of the Sunni insurgency from their actual or tacit support for the actions of al-Qaeda,” he added.

Yet again, American foreign policy has backfired. The nation of Haiti may be thrown into turmoil as a result of the deep state’s errors.

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