Haiti – FLASH: A Police Commissioner killed with ax
On the evening of 1 December in Tabarre , Commissioner Robert Plymouth (53) assigned to the General Inspectorate of the National Police of Haiti (IGPNH) was savagely axed by an unidentified individual.
The aggression occurred while Commissioner Plymouth had just closed the doors of the business owned at Tabarre 52 and was preparing to return to his residence. He was born in 1960. He was chief of the General Inspector General Ralph Stanley Brice.
An investigation is opened to determine the causes of this murder.
This crime has been investigated by the police in Durosier Jurond, on the Intervention and Maintenance Corps (CIMO) on November. 19 last https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-26167-icihaiti-insecurity-a-cimo-agent-shot-dead.html and Charles Jocelyn, in Chalon, in the Nippes, on November 21, 2018. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26206-haiti-demonstrations-police-officer-shot-and-thrown-on-tires-on-fire.html. Note that two other police officers (agent IV) Jean Claude Joassaint and Henry Desamour assigned to the Brigade of Motorized Intervention (BIM) were wounded by bullets on November 22, 2018 while they were in Delmas 40 B.