The 12 remaining members of a group of 17 Canadian and American missionaries have been released, Haitian authorities and Christian Aid Ministries confirmed on Thursday. In October, 17 individuals had been kidnapped in the capital Port-au-Prince for ransom by the 400 Mawozo gang.
The remaining 12 of 17 North Americans kidnapped in Haiti in October have been freed, police said Thursday, after weeks of negotiations with the “400 Mawozo” criminal gang.
All 17 missionaries from a U.S. charity who were kidnapped in Haiti have now been released, Haitian officials said. The U.S. Embassy in Haiti declined to comment on the news of their release.
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NoCRTin2021! Dementia Joe, send in those Special Forces hostage rescue teams and put a stop to this nonsense immediately. I know they don’t belong to the correct special interest group because they are white Christians, but they are Americans and deserve to be freed.
Madame Makandal_1804 BS! They were never kidnapped! How come we did not see any of their families begging for their release? This was propaganda from USA to further demonized Haiti for UN intervention. Who were these so called victims? Any pictures? Any names? No shootings? No payments? Complete BS!