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Canadian Accused Of Plot To Topple Jovenel Moise Govt.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A man from the Quebec has been charged with terrorism for an alleged plot to topple the Haitian government.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A man from the Quebec has been charged with terrorism for an alleged plot to topple the Haitian government.

51-year-old Gerald Nicolas was charged by the Canadian Federal Police Force. Haitian President Jovenel Moise was killed in July 2021 by gunmen who stormed his 

home in Port-au-Prince. 

Canadian police say the charges against Nicolas were not related to the assassination.

The investigation that began in July 2021 revealed that Nicolas planned to stage an armed revolution in Haiti and ultimately seize power. He is facing three charges related to 

terrorism, including leaving Canada to take part in terrorist activity and producing property for terrorism purposes.

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