American Missionary Released from Haiti Jail

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One of the last two remaining American missionaries detained in Haiti can now go home.

Charisa Coulter left the Haitian jail Monday accompanied by staff from the U.S. Embassy.

She, along with nine other Americans, were arrested Jan. 29, after attempting to take a group of children out of the country without the proper documents. The group claimed they were just trying to help orphans after the earthquake.

Eight of the Americans had been already been released. Laura Silsby, the group's leader remains in custody.

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