Christopher Michael Osman, navy seal veteran arrested in Port-au-Prince, Haiti - stopped at police checkpoint with automatic rifles, pistols...

According to the Miami Herald...

Christopher Michael Osman, Kent Leland Kroeker and Christopher Mark McKinley are all veterans, and are among the five Americans police arrested on Sunday afternoon, about a block from the country’s central bank in downtown Port-au-Prince. Riding in two vehicles, a Toyota Prado and Ford Pickup, without license plates, they were stopped at a police checkpoint and questioned.

Inside their vehicles: six automatic rifles, six pistols, two professional drones and three satellite phones, police told the Miami Herald.

Task & Purpose Reports on Chris Osman's Arrest in Haiti...

Former Navy SEAL arrested on weapons charges in Haiti says he was doing security work tied to Haiti's president.

The former Navy SEAL among a group of eight men arrested earlier this week in Port-au-Prince on weapons charges says he was providing security work "for people who are directly connected to the current President" of Haiti.

"We were being used as pawns in a public fight between him and the current Prime Minister of Haiti," said Chris Osman, 44, in a now-deleted post on Instagram Friday. "We were not released we were in fact rescued."

Ohio.com Reports on Chris Osman's Arrest in Haiti...

Mystery surrounds Haiti arrest of local ex-Navy SEAL on weapons charges.

The group, arrested for illegal weapons, was released by Haitian authorities and returned to U.S. soil last week.

It seems unlikely the public will ever know the true nature of their travels since the men face no charges in U.S. courts.

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