US missionary released from Haitian jail

US missionary released from Haitian jail

There are 11 comments on the The Boston Globe story from Mar 16, 2011, titled US missionary released from Haitian jail. In it, The Boston Globe reports that:

In this file photo courtesy of the Pye Family taken in May 2007, U.S. missionary Danny Pye, right, poses with Haitian children Loudrige, left, and Jabez in Jacmel, Haiti.

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jean

Brentwood, NY

#1 Mar 16, 2011
the entire system in haiti is a running joke it took them six months to release him and no charges have been filed against him you people sucks by the way deportation will continues
Joseuz

Valley, AL

#2 Mar 17, 2011
He should sue them.
Joseuz

Valley, AL

#3 Mar 17, 2011
those police don't have class,they are
stupid, their hands are dirty,they gross, no education who's create them, they don't look Haitian
sovarez

Valley, AL

#4 Mar 17, 2011
people left their families behind to help them and now you put them in your dirty jail for nothing,OKAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYY.
So Blessed

Irving, TX

#5 Mar 17, 2011
Thank you GOD my prayer been answered, because I hate to see when some one tried to help Haiti specialy left behind his on, and this is the way the repaid some him . One thing Iam so happy He is a man of GOD he will forgive these ignorants, thank you pastor for helping these kids. May the LORD Bless you and your family. Again thank you.
mangu sto-dog DR

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

#6 Mar 22, 2011
hopefully IT won,t be another calamity (disater) they will be no one ther this time . they are so stupid , no one in haiti seen further then they nose, that,s the reason haiti is like that . they don,t know better . pauvre haiti cherie . la fin du monde ap vini ,lap join haiti mim jan . moun yo pa tete epi yo se vole , vicieux
mangu sto-dog DR

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

#7 Mar 22, 2011
yes
mangu sto-dog DR

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

#8 Mar 22, 2011
no email
mangu sto-dog DR

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

#9 Mar 22, 2011
ok later date
jean

Selden, NY

#10 Dec 5, 2011
every time a u.s citizen went to haiti to help these people to make their lives a little bit better these selfish bastards locked them up in that nasty stinking jails without charges no charges whatsoever
Marie

Peru, IN

#11 Feb 23, 2012
I don't know the whole story, the perspective from both sides, however by reading the comments I am saddened by the hate, when one volunteers it is a gift of the heart; a servant heart does not nor should it spew hate. Respect of another's culture, and knowing the warnings from the Embassy and than heeding the advice is important!

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