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Orlando man, 2 Floridians arrested for smuggling guns to Gangster in Haiti

Three Floridians were arrested by the FBI this month for conspiracy, smuggling, and exporting illegal weapons to Haiti, according to a federal arrest warrant.

Eiliane Tunis, a U.S. citizen and resident of Florida, Jocelyn Dor, a Haitian citizen who resides in the Orlando area, and Walder St. Louis, a Haitian citizen who resides in Florida, were all named in the complaint by the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C.

Jocelyn Dor sat through his initial appearance on Tuesday afternoon at the Federal courthouse in downtown Orlando listening to the judge through an interpreter.

The same Haitian gang that kidnapped 16 American missionaries last month heading to a local orphanage near Port-au-Prince was obtaining hand-picked tactical weapons delivered to them in Haiti, bought illegally in Florida, according to the complaint.

The suspects were shopping for “firearms and ammunition, from the United States to supply to members of the 400 Mawozo gang in Haiti,” the complaint read.

The FBI said the three would take orders from the Mawozo, shopping across Florida, including Orlando, for pistols, assault rifles and a Barrett fifty caliber rifle, which costs as much as $15,000.

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