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  • Guy Phillip pleads guilty in Miami

    Guy Philippe's defense attorneys discuss the reason the Haitian senator and former police commander pled guilty on April 24, 2017 in Miami federal court to a drug-related, money-laundering conspiracy charge that could send him to prison for at least nine years.

Guy Philippe's defense attorneys discuss the reason the Haitian senator and former police commander pled guilty on April 24, 2017 in Miami federal court to a drug-related, money-laundering conspiracy charge that could send him to prison for at least nine years. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald
Guy Philippe's defense attorneys discuss the reason the Haitian senator and former police commander pled guilty on April 24, 2017 in Miami federal court to a drug-related, money-laundering conspiracy charge that could send him to prison for at least nine years. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald

Haiti’s Guy Philippe pleads guilty to accepting millions from cocaine smugglers

April 24, 2017 6:25 PM