When gunfire awoke Jovenel and Martine Moïse at 1 a.m. on July 7, Haiti’s former first lady said she never thought their lives could be in danger. After all, the presidential residence was well-secured — or so she thought.
“For me, help was coming,” Martine Moïse said in an exclusive interview with South Florida’s WABC Local 10 news, which aired on Sept. 15, recalling her thoughts during the attack. “There’s a bunch of security in the house with us, so we cannot be under attack.”
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