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01-31-2010, 12:49 AM
Americans arrested taking children out of Haiti
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haitian police have arrested 10 U.S. citizens caught trying to take 33 children out of the earthquake-stricken country in a suspected illicit adoption scheme, authorities said on Saturday.
The five men and five women were in custody in the capital, Port-au-Prince after their arrests on Friday night. There are fears that traffickers could try to exploit the chaos and turmoil following Haiti's January 12 earthquake quake to engage in illegal adoptions.
One of the suspects, who says she is leader of an Idaho-based charity called New Life Children's Refuge, denied they had done anything wrong.
The suspects were detained at Malpasse, Haiti's main border crossing with the Dominican Republic, after Haitian police conducted a routine search of their vehicle.
Authorities said the Americans had no documents to prove they had cleared the adoption of the 33 children -- aged 2 months to 12 years -- through any embassy and no papers showing they were made orphans by the quake in the impoverished Caribbean country.
"This is totally illegal," said Yves Cristalin, Haiti's social affairs minister. "No children can leave Haiti without proper authorization and these people did not have that authorization."
02-01-2010, 08:42 PM
Haiti: U.S. Baptists Knew They Were Wrong
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PORT-AU-PRINCE (CBS) ― Haiti's prime minister said it's clear to him that the 10 U.S. Baptists who tried to take 33 Haitian children out of the quake-ravaged country "knew what they were doing was wrong."
Haiti is also open to having the Americans tried in the United States, Prime Minister Max Bellerive told The Associated Press.
Bellerive said some of the children have parents who are alive. The government is attempting to locate them.
The aborted Baptist "rescue mission" has become a major distraction for a crippled government trying to provide basic life support to millions of earthquake survivors. Haiti's courts and justice ministry were destroyed in the disaster, which also killed many judicial officials.
But the government insisted Monday that the Americans - however well-intentioned - must be prosecuted to send a strong message against child trafficking.
"There can be no question of taking our children off the streets and out of the country," Communications Minister Marie-Laurence Jocelin Lassegue said. "They will be judged. ... That's what is important."
Since their arrest Friday near the border, the church group has been held inside two small concrete rooms in the same judicial police headquarters building where ministers have makeshift offices and give disaster response briefings. They have not yet been charged.
One of their lawyers said they were being treated poorly: "There is no air conditioning, no electricity. It is very disturbing," Attorney Jorge Puello told the AP by phone from the Dominican Republic, where the Baptists hoped to shelter the children in a rented beach hotel.
One of the Americans, Charisa Coulter of Boise, Idaho, was being treated Monday at the University of Miami's field hospital near the capital's international airport. Looking pale and speaking with difficulty from a green Army cot, the 24-year-old Coulter said she had either severe dehydration or the flu. A diabetic, she initially thought her insulin had gone bad in the heat.
Two Haitian police officers stood besides the cot, guarding her.
"They're treating me pretty good," she said, adding that Haitian police didn't bring her group any food or water, but that U.S. officials have delivered water and MREs to eat. "I'm not concerned. I'm pretty confident that it will all work out," she said.
02-01-2010, 10:59 PM
Those race trading peices of shit should be condemned to life in haiti. I'm sick to my stomache that white people would try to smuggle filthy apes into our country. They should have to live out the rest of their days with the niggers that they love.
02-01-2010, 11:56 PM
What is wrong with these imbeciles??!? It seems to me like the religious-fanatic
nigger lovers are always the worst, because they think that they're "serving a
higher purpose" when they do absurd things like these.
I agree, let 'em rot in Haiti with their precious baboons. Fuckers.
Dr Fartin Looter Bling
02-02-2010, 12:29 AM
Maybe we are testing a new aids virus and need new guinea monkeys.
02-13-2010, 03:24 PM
Report Ties Baptists' Lawyer To Child Trafficking
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (CBS) ― The New York Slimes reported late Thursday that authorities in El Salvador are investigating whether the man representing the U.S. Baptists being held in Haiti is the same person suspected of leading a trafficking ring in that country involving Central American and Caribbean women and girls.
Police said a picture of the lawyer, Jorge Puello, seemed to match that of a suspected trafficker, according to the Times. Puello denied any connection to trafficking in an interview with the newspaper and said he had never been to El Salvador.
Police Commissioner Howard Cotto, deputy director of investigations for the Salvadoran national police, told The Associated Press on Friday that authorities would need to compare fingerprints before they could determine if Puello was the man being investigated.
Puello, who has been the high-profile advocate for the jailed Baptists as they navigate the Haitian justice system, is in apparent violation of Dominican law for failing to register with the local bar association or obtain a license, said Jose Parra, vice president of the Dominican Lawyers Association.
Parra said his organization was still investigating the situation and might file a complaint with the Justice Department, which could pursue criminal charges.
02-13-2010, 03:55 PM
I'm not sure if this belongs here or not, but it is about Hait niglets. Mods please move if necessary!
A couple days ago I went to the city about 30 miles from me to get my car repaired. (No it was not a Toyota)
Sitting in the waiting room and a man and woman came in. The man was a guy I worked with before I retired and we started talking. We had a general conversation going and a couple other people came in and we all were just bullshitting.
A another fellow came in and said as long as your all talking mind if I change the channel on the TV, No problem. He went to a news channel and they were talking about Haiti and the missionaries. He interrupted our conversation and started squawking about how bad thing there were and the good work of the missionaries being thwarted by evil people.
I said nicely send money if you want but leave the kids there where they belong. O No he could not leave well enough alone and starting bragging how his sister and BIL were on the list to bring in a couple Haitian kids before the quake and how much better life would be for the kids.
I then said look we have too many niggers and nigger problems in this country already and you want to import more niggers! GIVE ME A BREAK! My buddy and another fellow laughed at that and the big mouth got real pissed and got to his feet and came toward me. Well I'm mid 60s & 6'1'' 240 lbs. and reasonably good shape and when I got up he stopped dead in his tracks.
He then headed toward the door and went out to the parking area and my fellow waiters said I guess he did not like what you had to say. O well !
My car was finished and I drove out and gave a friendly wave to the idiot sitting on a bench outside.
02-21-2010, 01:48 PM
'Orphan' Children Taken By Baptists All Had Fambly
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) ― There is not one orphan among the 33 children that a U.S. Baptist group tried to take from Haiti in a do-it-yourself rescue mission following a devastating earthquake, The Associated Press has determined.
In a visit Saturday to the rubble-riddled Citron slum where 13 of the children lived, parents who gave their children away confirmed that each one of the youngsters had living parents.
Their testimony echoed that of parents in the mountain town of Callabas, outside the capital of Port-au-Prince, who told the AP on Feb. 3 that desperation and blind faith led them to hand over 20 children to the religious Americans who promised them a better life.
Now the Citron parents worry they may never see their children again.
One mother who gave up all four of her children, including a 3-month-old, is locked in a trance-like state but sometimes erupts into fits of hysteria.
She and other parents said they relinquished their children to the U.S. missionaries because they were promised safekeeping across the border in a newly established orphanage in the Dominican Republic.
Their stories contradict the missionaries' still-jailed leader, Laura Silsby, who told the AP the day after her arrest that the children were either orphans or came from distant relatives.
"She should have told the truth," said Jean Alex Viellard, a 25-year-old law student from Citron who otherwise expressed admiration for the missionaries.
02-24-2010, 09:24 PM
Niglets Found With Americans In Haiti Arrive In U.S.
6 Children Detained With American Missionaries Allowed To Travel To American Foster Families
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) ― Six Haitian "orphans" arrived in the United States on Wednesday, four days after Haitian police seized them out of fear they were being kidnapped.
The children arrived on a charter flight to Miami International Airport. They will be taken to a shelter and their new parents can take the children home Thursday, according to Jan Bonnema, the Minnesota-based founder of the Children of The Promise orphanage.
On Saturday, a group of 20 men blocked four women accompanying the orphans to the airport, shouting: "You can't take our children!" Police briefly detained the women and the orphans — ages 1-5 — spent three night sleeping on the ground in a tent city. The U.S. Embassy official carrying the documents needed to take them through immigration had been running late.
Kwan Sara Vanzee and her wimp husband, Tim, had been waiting for their new 13-month-old milk dud Albert to arrive. They understand the suspicions in Haiti given recent cases, but said their ordeal has been stressful.
"Our hope is that they're OK with it, that they can see that we absolutely love these children and that we want to provide for them," said moonbat Vanzee, who is from the U.S. Midwest.
Such fears of child trafficking have made it harder than ever for impoverished Haitian children to leave the Western Hemisphere's poorest land.
The concerns were fueled by the arrest last month of 10 U.S. missionaries trying to take a busload of 33 children to the Dominican Republic without proper documentation. It turned out none of the children were orphans, and the Americans were arrested; two — Laura Silsby and Charisa Coulter — remain in jail in Port-au-Prince.
Bernard Saint-Vil, the judge hearing their case, said Wednesday that he expects to decide their fate this week. He is waiting to hear from a judge in northern Haiti about a visit to orphanages the women made last year, and has asked judicial police to investigate whether Pastor Jean Sainvil — who helped them recruit some of the children — indeed has orphanages in Haiti, as he has claimed.
Thousands of desperate Haitian parents, unable to care for their own children, have eagerly given the youngsters away in hopes of giving them a better life. At the same time, they are terrified they will be tricked by predators who will enslave or sexually abuse the children.
Haiti's government immediately halted new adoptions in the chaos that followed the Jan. 12 quake, allowing only those already approved to move forward.
That chill hardened into a freeze after Saturday's incident. A U.S. State Department official, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the matter's sensitivity, said the latest drama held up the departure of 50 orphans approved for U.S. adoption.
03-18-2010, 01:48 PM
Haitian 'Orphans' Return To Famblies
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) ― Joyful parents on Wednesday recovered the children that they gave to American missionaries about six weeks ago.
The 33 niglets had been living at the SOS Orphanage on Port-au-Prince's outskirts since police stopped a group of 10 U.S. Baptist missionaries from taking them across the Dominican border on Jan. 29 following Haiti's devastating earthquake.
Orphanage officials said all but one of the children were given back to 22 families. A remaining child, whose age and gender were not given, is awaiting further verification of her parents' identities.
The children had been underfed and some were incontinent from stress, the orphanage said. On Wednesday they were dressed in their Sunday best to return home with parents who had given them away to foreigners a month and a half before.
Many will go back to living under bed sheets or in tin shacks because their parents homes were destroyed by the quake. Some children and orphanage workers cried as they left. The parents, who have had some contact with the children in recent weeks, wore broad smiles.
Each fambly was given about $260 along with food and blankets. The orphanage has also been providing counseling to the children, who they fear will feel rejected, and to parents about the dangers of child trafficking, said spokeswoman Line Wolf Nielsen.
Regilus Chesnel said he had to negotiate with Haitian, U.N. and orphanage officials before he was allowed to reunite with his chilluns - ages 12, 7, 3, and 1 - and a 10-year-old nephew.
"I am thrilled. I feel like God has come back to me," the 39-year-old stone mason said.
Chesnel said previously he had given his children to Haitian pastor Jean Sainvil, who was working with the U.S. missionaries, because Sainvil told him that dead bodies buried under rubble in his El Citron neighborhood would breed disease.
Nine of the 10 Baptist missionaries involved in the case have been released from jail and left Haiti. Group leader Laura Silsby remains in custody at the police station that is being used as Haiti's temporary government headquarters.
Judge Bernard Saint-Vil said all could still be called to trial, and last week levied a new charge against Silsby based on allegations she had tried to take a different group of children to the border days earlier.
04-27-2010, 01:53 PM
Haiti Drops Kidnapping Charges Against Americans
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) ― A Haitian judge said Monday he has dismissed kidnapping and criminal association charges against 10 American missionaries detained for trying to take a busload of children out of the country after the Jan. 12 earthquake.
Judge Bernard Saint-Vil said Laura Silsby, the last of the 10 missionaries jailed in Haiti, still faced a lesser charge for allegedly organizing the effort to transport the 33 children to an orphanage they were setting up in the Dominican Republic.
Silsby faces up to three years in prison if convicted on the remaining charge, the "organization of irregular trips," from a 1980 statute restricting travel out of Haiti signed by then-dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier.
Silsby declined comment from her jail cell. Shiller Roi, a lawyer for Silsby, declined comment, saying he hadn't yet received the judge's written decision.
The judge told The Associated Press that the charge of organizing the trip was also pending against Jean Sainvil, a Haitian-born pastor from Atlanta who also helped organize the venture. Sainvil did not immediately respond to message left on his voicemail.
04-28-2010, 01:06 PM
Yeah. I'll just BET the little niggers' mammies and pappies were thrilled to have their little shitpiles back. They were the ones that unloaded the pickaninnies in the first place. They WANTED rid of them. And who can blame them? As if they would miss one or two out of the dozen or so they still have at home?
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