Colombians held in Haitian president’s murder claim ties to  Florida security firm
VALERIE BAERISWYL/AFP/AFP/TNS

MIAMI — The Miami area is looming ever larger as investigators question the men held in the plot to assassinate Haitian President Jovenel Moïse. Seventeen Colombians and two Haitian Americans from South Florida are in custody in Haiti. A person who interviewed the detained Colombians in Haiti told the Miami Herald that the men claimed to have been recruited to do work in Haiti by an under-the-radar firm in Doral called CTU Security. It is run by a Venezuelan émigré, Antonio Enmanuel Intriago Valera. The Miami Herald visited the company’s offices on Thursday, where a doorbell rang to a phone, a...