The Ohio Department released a video statement after all of the Haiti hostages were released

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – In a video statement, Christian Aid Ministries stated the 17 hostages who had actually been abducted for months had actually forgiven their abductors. The statement comes after the staying 12 hostages were released Thursday after a Haitian gang abducted them on October 16.

Seventeen Christian missionaries, consisting of 5 kids, were abducted by a violent gang after leaving an orphanage exterior the Haitian capital.

How the captive scenario was dealt with is uncertain, however the gang at first asked for a ransom of $ 17 million, or $ 1 million for each missionary member abducted.

Juscelino Colares, associate dean of international research studies at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, stated there might have been a military action to rescue the hostages, a ransom might have been paid, or a offer struck for the abductors in police.

“You most likely have orders and orders from the FBI not to offer any info, and neither need to they, so we might never ever hear a thing,” Colares stated.

Colares stated he has actually stayed favorable about the possible result in time as it is considered as favorable for as materials and resources decrease for the abductors and they are consequently diminished attempting to remain ahead of authorities to be.

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