The men had just been taken into police custody when a mob descended and lynched the alleged gang members, killing them at the scene.
Izo Vilaj de Dye, also a popular rapper, is an alleged Haitian crime boss and reportedly behind a series of kidnappings in Haiti.
The coin shows a CBP officer on horseback and reads, “Reining it in since May 28, 1924.”
The two were reporting on security in the outskirts of the capital when they were killed.
The 400 Mawozo gang has demanded a ransom of $1 million each for the 17 hostages, a group including 5 children.
Granting asylum to Haitian refugees, Trump told Sean Hannity, “is like a death wish for our country.”
“I will hire you to help Texas secure our border,” said Republican Gov. Greg Abbott.
“It’s going to be a hot mess, to put it lightly,” said one expert. “We are talking about at least 20,000 Haitians making their way right now through Central America.”
“We don’t do humanitarian stuff,” said one Bureau of Prisons staffer after at least 100 “bus crew” officers were quietly sent to the border.
“One cannot weaponize a horse to aggressively attack a child. That is unacceptable,” DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said.
The naming of Ariel Henry as another suspect in the slaying of Jovenel Moïse has turned a spotlight on the power struggle surrounding the investigation.