Wednesday, May 19, 2010

United Nations UNICEF Workers Fabricate Story Against Ten Baptist Missionaries Held In Haiti Prison System For Days

You will recall back in January of this year, during the time of the great earthquake in Haiti, ten Baptist Christian missionaries from the United States of America went to Haiti’s earthquake zone with the goal of taking orphans out of the earthquake-ravaged country and into an orphanage being started in the Dominican Republican, and ended up being held in Haiti’s prison system for days. In it's latest anti-Christian adventure, it is now known that United Nations UNICEF Workers fabricated a story against these Baptists which caused them to be held in the Haiti prison system for days. Now that the last missionary Laura Silsby has been freed on May 17 after 100 days in Haiti's prison, the true story is being told. And no, you won't find this factual account of what happened on the mainstream media.

In an exclusive interview with Paul Thompson, one of the missionaries held in a Haiti prison, Mr. Thompson tells the real story to the Baptist Press, that the mainstream media botched with its trumped up charges, with the help of the United Nations UNICEF workers. It wasn’t until the United Nations UNICEF workers got involved, that all the trouble for these missionaries began, when there was really nothing illegal being carried out at all.

"This was a complete setup," Thompson said. "They were beginning to build their case for us as being kidnappers and child traffickers."

Even worse for the Baptists, the UNICEF employees told the children that the 10 were kidnappers who wanted to sell the kids into slavery or sell their organs, Thompson said. Complete story here

If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you. John 15:18



  1. Anonymous7:10 PM

    I have no reason to doubt that the Baptist Press coverage of this story is true. UNICEF should be charged with coercison and false testimony.


  2. UNICEF is anti-child and anti-adoption. They have repeatedly stated how wrong it is to take a child out of his birth culture even if the child is starvring or poor.

  3. Anonymous8:01 PM

    Of course the controlled mainstream media won't retract their "stories".

    Mark S.