Skip to comments.Breaking News: Some of the Ten Baptist American Missionaries to be released in Haiti today
Posted on 02/17/2010 10:34:59 AM PST by RGirard
Fox News just reported this morning before 10 a.m. Pacific time that some of the ten Baptist American missionaries who have been imprisoned in Port Au Prince, Haiti are going to be released. Not all, but some of them.
The Haitian judge, Bernard Saint-Vil, has yet to say which of the ten will be freed today, Wednesday, without posting bail. The missionaries will be allowed to return to the United States, but will need to return if necessary ...
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I can only imagine some of the abuse they were put through.
I know a Baptist Missionary who went to Haiti, to inspect buildings.
Obviously not one of those. The guy I know just got there recently
That’s good to hear. Makes you wonder where our State Department had been all this time. You have Bill Clinton there, the Husband of the Secretary of State, and did he lobby for these people? And what about Jessie Jackson and his history of jumping on these humanitarian missions. He was also AWOL also.
Guess they are letting a few loose to come home and try to raise $$$ to pay off the corrupt Haitian government. Seems every good deed will not go unpunished down there. Ya gotta hand it to the Baptists, even with this treatment they are still sending people to help. God Bless them.
Praise God! They were only acting in the best interest of the children, even though they didn’t get permission first.
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