美國有三個人被指控與莫伊茲的謀殺有關，包括51歲的海地前參議員約翰-約瑟夫（John Joel Joseph）、43歲的哥倫比亞前士兵馬里奧-帕拉西奧斯（Mario Palacios）和49歲的海地-智利商人羅多爾夫-賈爾（Rodolphe Jaar）。帕拉西奧斯先生和賈爾先生都不認罪。
A man from the Canadian province of Quebec has been charged with terrorism for an alleged plot to topple the Haitian government of Jovenel Moise.
Canadian police say the charges against Mr Nicolas are not related to the assassination.
The RCMP allege that Mr Nicolas, a resident of the town of Levis, near Quebec City, travelled to Haiti on an undisclosed date to coordinate a group of individuals who planned a coup to bring down Moise's government.
"The investigation, which began in July 2021, revealed that Mr Nicolas planned to stage an armed revolution in Haiti and ultimately seize power," police said In a press release.
He is facing three charges related to terrorism, including leaving Canada to take part in terrorist activity, facilitating terrorist activity and providing property for terrorism purposes.
Under Canada's Criminal Code, Mr Nicolas could face up to 14 years in jail for each charge if convicted.
Moise was shot dead on 7 July 2021. His widow, Martine Moise, the former first lady, was also shot but survived.
The full details behind the assassination remain unclear, but Haitian police have accused a group of mainly foreign mercenaries - 26 Colombians and two Haitian Americans - of carrying out the killing.
Three people in the US have been charged in connection to Moise's murder, including Haitian former senator John Joel Joseph, 51, Colombian ex-soldier Mario Palacios, 43 and Haitian-Chilean businessman Rodolphe Jaar, 49. Both Mr Palacios and Mr Jaar have pleaded not guilty.