8 of 10 Haiti Missionaries Charged with Kidnapping Return to US

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Eight of the 10 missionaries from Boise, Idaho who were charged with trying to take Haitian children out of the country illegally have been freed and are now back in the U.S. They were released by a Haitian judge on Wednesday, nearly three weeks after they were jailed for trying to take a group of children out of the earthquake-stricken country.

We find out the details with Nick Davis, BBC correspondent in Haiti.


Nick Davis

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Todd Zwillich

Comments [1]

lala from usa

im so sorry for you after the earthqack i really really feel like crying right now so i got to go im in school bye

Feb. 18 2010 12:19 PM

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