The 10 American Baptist missionaries accused of child trafficking in the chaos following Haiti’s earthquake will be freed by a Haitian judge, Reuters reports. (NBC News is reporting that a final decision hasn’t been made, however.) The missionaries, who said they took parentless children from orphanages but actually took them from willing parents in a village, could be released this Thursday after almost three weeks in custody. "One thing an investigating judge seeks in a criminal investigation is criminal intentions on the part of the people involved and there is nothing that shows that criminal intention on the part of the Americans," an anonymous source told Reuters.
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