Haitian political opponents during an altercation at the Parliament in Port-au-Prince on Sept. 3, 2019. Experts say Haiti has a long history of allies-turned-opponents that needs to make way for more honest politicians. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares

UPDATE — Feb. 9, 2023: In a Feb. 7, 2023 email to The Haitian Times, Dimitri Vorbe said he does not know James Solages and Solages has never worked for him nor his company. 

“I have never met him and never had any conversation or contact with him,” Vorbe wrote. “I’m glad he's under custody. This shall help us know the truth and who is behind all these lies.”

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Onz Chery is a Haiti correspondent for The Haitian Times. Chery started his journalism career as a City College of New York student with The Campus. He later wrote for First Touch, local soccer leagues in New York and Elite Sports New York before joining The Haitian Times in 2019.