Two Americans Freed From Kidnapping in Haiti

Two American missionaries who were kidnapped in Haiti earlier this week have been released. Haitian officials told Fox News’ Pat Campbell that the two adults and one child were released without charge. One of…

Two Americans Freed From Kidnapping in Haiti

Two American missionaries who were kidnapped in Haiti earlier this week have been released.

Haitian officials told Fox News’ Pat Campbell that the two adults and one child were released without charge.

One of the women reportedly refused to leave the group, but she was eventually persuaded to leave, Campbell reported.

The girls were given food and water and church members told the Christian Post that the orphans and their mothers were close to being released.

Campbell reported that the Americans were returning to Florida when the kidnappers approached them. One kidnapper was reportedly released, but the kidnappers had two others waiting at the scene.

Stryker Brooks, the leader of the group, told the Christian Post that the group was on its way home to Florida. He added that while they’re alive, they are shaken by what happened.

The women were in Haiti to work with a charity called Hope of New Horizon, a missionary group, and have no criminal history, the outlet reported.

No charges have been filed against the gunmen.

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