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American Missionary Expelled From Haiti

American Missionary Expelled From Haiti After Nearly Two Months in Prison: An American Protestant missionary was expelled from Haiti Monday following a conviction for illegally importing arms. James Glenn White, 47, was arrested May 9 while waiting for a shipment from the United States. Police said they found an AR-15 assault rifle, a pistol and a machine to make bullets in a refrigerator that White was to pick up that day. White who ran Sharing the Vision, an independent mission in north-coast Cap-Haitien pleaded innocent Thursday in court, saying he had told police before the shipment arrived it would contain weapons belonging to a friend who was planning to join his mission. He said police told him he should apply for a permit after the shipment arrived. But a judge found White guilty Thursday, ordering him to pay a fine of $1,000 and leave the Caribbean country. White had faced a maximum sentence of five years in prison. Full Story

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