The 10 Americans detained in Haiti for trying to take 33 children out of the country have been charged with kidnapping and criminal association
The news came after the five men and five women left a two-hour hearing at a prosecutor's office.
The missionaries said nothing to reporters when they left the meeting, but some sang hymns.
The Americans are back in jail tonight in Port-au-Prince. They could be there for some time, because under Haitian law anyone charged with kidnapping is not eligible for bail.
The group tried to take the children into the Dominican Republic last Friday and were stopped at the border.
Some parents told CNN they willingly gave their children to the Americans, who promised they'd have a better life.
Tonight on 360°, we have troubling new details on their journey and how the Americans allegedly went about it.
Back here in the U.S., fraud charges have been filed against Bank of America's former CEO, Ken Lewis and former CFO, Joe Price. They're accused of misleading shareholders about Merrill Lynch's losses when the bank purchased the company earlier this year.
Bank of the America calls the lawsuit by New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo "totally without merit" and "regrettable."
These are civil charges. There can be no jail time. Why not? We'll talk about the legal battle with CNN's legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
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