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Haitian Gang That Kidnapped American Christians Threatens to Kill Them

The ransom is $1 million per hostage.

 on 22nd October 2021 @ 4.00pm
 i prefer that thunder burns me  if i don   t get what i need   the gang leader said © press
'I prefer that thunder burns me, if I don’t get what I need,' the gang leader said

The leader of the Haitian gang, which kidnapped 16 American Christian missionaries, has warned that if his ransom demands are not met, he will kill the hostages.

The ransom is $1 million per hostage.

The leader of the gang known as 400 Mawozo, Wilson Joseph, said in the video:

“I prefer that thunder burns me, if I don’t get what I need."

"You see those Americans, I will prefer to kill them, and I will unload a big weapon to each of their heads.

“I mean what I said, that’s it.”

the missionaries were abducted last saturday in an eastern suburb of the capital when armed members of the gang forcibly stopped a minibus © press
The missionaries were abducted last Saturday in an eastern suburb of the capital when armed members of the gang forcibly stopped a minibus

The New York Times reported their sourcing for Joseph’s remarks included two people who were present when the video was recorded.

The Wall Street Journal reported:

"The missionaries were abducted last Saturday in an eastern suburb of the capital when armed members of the gang forcibly stopped a minibus carrying the men, women, and children.

"The group, which includes an 8-month-old baby, was returning from a visit to a nearby orphanage.

"During Thursday’s White House press briefing about the situation, a reporter asked deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre about how seriously the Biden administration was taking the situation."

jean pierre also highlighted a purported statement from haiti   s security © press
Jean-Pierre also highlighted a purported statement from Haiti’s security:

Jean-Pierre highlighted a statement from Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who said this week:

The statement below:

"First, with regard to the specific incident that you referred to, the kidnapping of missionaries, including 16 Americans, we have in the administration been relentlessly focused on this, including sending a team to Haiti from the State Department; working very closely with the FBI, which is the lead in these kinds of matters; in constant communication with the Haitian National Police, the church that the missionaries belong to, as well as to the Haitian Government. And we will do everything that we can to help resolve the situation."

Jean-Pierre also highlighted a purported statement from Haiti’s security:

"We have been working closely with the Haitian National Police to try to build their capacity, as well as help put in place programs that can effectively deal with the gangs.

"But it’s a very challenging and long-term process."

"We’re focused on it, but is it absolutely essential that this security dynamic change if Haiti is going to make real progress."

Jean-Pierre said that for privacy and security reasons, she could not disclose more at this time.

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