Splintered in a corruption scandal, Senator Onondieu Louis cleared by Judge Jean Osner Petit-Papa
Port-au-Prince, Friday, December 06, 2019. (WWW.ZONE509.COM) – Quoted in a corruption scandal, the senator of North-West Onondieu Louis is cleared by justice. The investigating firm has indeed made an order of dismissal in the context of this case involving 4 people, accused of having repeated repetitive suspicious transactions in a bank of the capital. According to article 115 of the Code of Criminal Instruction, the investigating judge Jean Osner Petit Papa, after investigating this case, said that there is no need to prosecute the accused, lack of sufficient evidence and concordant charges.
The names of Senator Onondieu Louis, Ysmick Choute, his chief of staff and Myrlande Georges, cited in the BAFE report, not included in the indictment to inform the Public Prosecutor, have nothing to do with this file, concludes the In the same vein, the individuals arrested in connection with this case, namely Jimmy Fervil, Anel Nelson and André Auguste, for embezzlement of public funds, illicit enrichment, criminal conspiracy, among others, will be released. There is no need to prosecute them. Moreover, the denouncer Cassandra Jean, whose presence would prove crucial, never presented herself to the Cabinet d’instruction to support her statements contained in the report of the Bureau des Financial and Economic Affairs (BAFE).
This should allow the Magistrate instructor to collect the clues and charges that may return the accused before the trial court. Recall that the investigators of the DCPJ had apprehended Jimmy Fervil, Anel Nelson, Andrew Augustin following the denunciation of Cassandra Jean in August 2019. During his interrogation, Jimmy Fervil had confessed to having acted for and on behalf of Onondieu Louis and the Deputy Secretary to the Senate of the Republic. Charges that the North West elected has always denied. Wanting to wash his name, he volunteered on September 4, 2019 in the office of Judge Jean Osner Petit Papa.