US Missionaries Slaughtered in Haiti, Ambushed by 3 Truck Loads of Gang Members – Biden Silent So Far

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Three missionaries, including two Americans from Oklahoma, were killed Thursday night in Haiti.

All three were members of Missions in Haiti, which operates a school, two churches and a children’s home in Port-au-Prince, according to The New York Times.

David Lloyd III, 23; his wife, Natalie Lloyd, 21; and the organization’s Haitian director, Jude Montis, 20, were shot to death in a gang attack.

David Lloyd was the son of the couple who founded Missions in Haiti in 2000 — David and Alicia Lloyd.

Natalie Lloyd was the daughter of Missouri Republican state Rep. Ben Baker.

“My heart is broken in a thousand pieces. I’ve never felt this kind of pain,” Baker said in a Facebook post.

“They went to Heaven together,” he said.

“Please pray for my family we desperately need strength,” Baker said. “And please pray for the Lloyd family as well. I have no other words for now.”

Missions in Haiti wrote about the …

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