Police say a group of mercenaries, utmost of them Colombians, was behind the attack which they suspect a Haitian croaker of ordering as part of a plot to come chairman.
Then’s what we know so far.
Mr Moïse, 53, was shot dead inside his home in the Pelerin 5 neighbourhood, in the hills above Port au Prince. Police say the murder happed at 0100 original time (0500 GMT) on 7 July.
The chairman was shot 12 times and had pellet injuries to his forepart and several to his torso.
His left eye had been overcharged out and bones in his arm and in his ankle had been broken, according to one of the judges conducting the disquisition.
He failed at the scene and was plant lying on the bottom on his reverse, his shirt soaked in blood.
The First Lady, Martine Moïse, was also shot but survived.
Who shot him?
Haitian police say a group of substantially foreign mercenaries-26 Colombians and two Haitian Americans- made up the group that carried out the payoff.
An probing judge said the two Haitian Americans had told interrogators they had been hired as practitioners on the internet.
The two purport that they didn’t know there was a plan proceeding to kill the chairman but believed they were to act as practitioners when he was arrested. Haiti’s sanctioned languages are Creole and French, while the Colombian suspects speak Spanish.
One of the Haitian Americans said he’d been given what he believed was an arrest leave for the chairman.
Utmost of the Colombian detainees have been linked as former dogfaces, including a assistant-colonel.
Haitian police paraded them before the media.