Colombian commando detainees in Haiti held in untenable conditions – Ombudsman

According to a statement, the detainees sleep on the floor, receive two meals a day and 20 liters of water for the eighteen Colombians and two Haitians. They are being held in overcrowded cells, unable to communicate, and have been handcuffed since their arrest.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Office of the Colombian Ombudsman denounced today that the 18 Colombian ex-military detainees held in Haiti for their alleged involvement in the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse are being held in overcrowded cells, unable to communicate, and have been handcuffed since their arrest.

"This is a place where there is no sunlight, so they have not had access to sunlight during their detention. Since their arrest, they have been held in handcuffs 24 hours a day, some of them individually, others in pairs," said Colombian Ombudsman Carlos Camargo.

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