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A group of attorneys marched to denounce what they see as acts of sabotage in the murder investigation of Monferrier Dorval. They marched on Wednesday in front of Haiti’s National Palace and the Court of Cassation.
Murdered attorney Monferrier Dorval’s bag was stolen from a Port-au-Prince courthouse on Monday night, according to Robinson Pierre-Louis, the secretary of the city’s bar.
Babies shot dead, gangland massacres, murders and beatings mark prolonged period of mayhem not seen since era of coups.
Members of Haiti’s high court said they did not prohibit attorneys who marched to denounce Monferrier Dorval’s death from joining the annual judicial reopening ceremony, as had been reported, they said in a note published on Tuesday.
Organizers of Haiti’s annual judicial reopening ceremony on Monday prohibited scores of attorneys from joining because the attorneys had marched in protests to denounce Monferrier Dorval’s murder earlier that day, according to media reports.
The funeral for Monferrier Dorval, former head of the Port-au-Prince bar, was held privately at Parc du Souvenir in Port-au-Prince Thursday.
Monferrier Dorval’s funeral will be held privately on Friday, his family said in a statement released Tuesday.
The Haitian National Police (PNH) have arrested Vilpique Dunès as part of the Monferrier Dorval murder investigation. Ducarmel Gabriel, the government’s commissioner, made the announcement during a press conference Sept. 11 in Pétion-Ville, Port-au-Prince.
A student, Delca Lavaud, was shot in the leg and TV reporter Hérode Exius was injured by tear gas during another day of protest in Port-au-Prince on Thursday.