On Thursday, February 18, ten United States citizens were brought up in front of a judge on charges of kidnapping 33 Haitian children after attempting to cross the border into the Dominican Republic on January 29th. They were building an orphanage, and many Haitian parents are reported to have sent their children willingly. Perhaps it was because of this that eight of the 10 would-be kidnappers were released on their own recognizance and allowed to return to the United States. The remaining two, however, remain behind for more questioning.
What will happen?
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