PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) - Ten U.S. Baptists arrested trying to take 33 children out of earthquake-shattered Haiti will have their case considered today.
A relative of two of the people being held says he was told by U.S. officials that a judge will hear the case today.
Haiti's justice secretary, Amarick Louis, tells The Associated Press that a commission will meet today to determine if the group will go before a judge.
The church group says it was just trying to do the right thing, applying Christian principles to save Haitian children. Other child welfare organizations in Haiti called the plan reckless.