BROOKLYN — In traditional Haitian enclaves, reactions to the investigation into the murder of Jovenel Moïse vary, ranging from belief in conspiracy theories to incredulity. But, a year later, nearly everyone seems to share some despair about what it means for the country’s future.
When asked about the assassination recently, many Haitian residents approached said they weren’t up-to-date with the investigation, or weren’t comfortable speaking about it. On more than one occasion, the question caused faces to tighten into stern expressions, or drew laughter. Many continued walking by without saying a word.
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