See larger In this March 8, 2010 file photo, US missionary Laura Silsby, 40, of Meridian, Idaho, is escorted by police officers upon her arrival to the courthouse in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A Haitian judge has dropped kidnapping charges against all 10 U.S. missionaries detained for trying to take children out of the country after the Jan. 12 earthquake. But Silsby, the only missionary still in jail, still faces a charge of organizing the illegal transport of 33 children in the chaos after the disaster. The charge carries a maximum penalty of three years in prison.

AP Photo/ Esteban Felix, File

In this March 8, 2010 file photo, US missionary Laura Silsby, 40, of Meridian, Idaho, is escorted by police officers upon her arrival to the courthouse in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A Haitian judge has dropped kidnapping charges against all 10 U.S. missionaries detained for trying to take children out of the country after the Jan. 12 earthquake. But Silsby, the only missionary still in jail, still faces a charge of organizing the illegal transport of 33 children in the chaos after the disaster. The charge carries a maximum penalty of three years in prison.

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