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Reports indicate that the daughter and son-in-law of Missouri state Rep. Ben Baker (R) were tragically murdered and set on fire by a gang while working as missionaries in Haiti.

The couple, along with a third victim, were killed in a brutal attack that occurred on Thursday night in the community of Lizon in northern Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti.

The victims were identified as 23-year-old Davy Lloyd, 21-year-old Natalie Lloyd, and 45-year-old Jude Montis.

All three were members of Missions in Haiti, Inc., an organization founded by David and Alicia Lloyd – Davy’s parents.

The compound included an orphanage for about 50 children, a school educating approximately 450 kids, and a church.

Davy had spent his childhood on the Missions in Haiti compound.

Hannah Cornett, Davy’s sister, told the Associated Press, “Davy spoke Creole before he spoke English. It was home. Haiti was all we knew.”

Natalie joined the organization in August 2022 after the couple got married that June. The pair were “full-time missionaries” in Haiti, according to her father – Missouri State Rep. Ben Baker.

The group’s Haitian director, Montis, had served in his role for twenty years and was also a pastor with a wife and two young children. On Thursday, it is alleged that gang members ambushed the trio at the compound.

David Lloyd, 48, told the Wall Street Journal, “They tied up my son and beat him. They got three vehicles. They got a bunch of equipment, money, I had my payroll in there for the week.”

The distraught father said that Davy was able to untie himself, and the trio managed to flee to a small house on the compound.

Davy called his father during the chaotic scene.

“As they were going down there [to the house], he was telling me what was stolen and what had been done to him,” Lloyd explained. “And as he’s talking to me, he says, ‘Dad, something is going on. There a bunch more guys and I think they may be back.’ He thought it was the same gang that was coming back and he didn’t know what was going on.”

The couple and Montis barricaded themselves in the house. However, the gang members allegedly “ended up shooting all the windows out and shooting the house up.”

The gang members entered the house and shot and killed all three missionaries.

The news outlet reported that there is a video of the grisly crime scene showing “three bodies sprawled on the floor, with those of Davy Lloyd and Montis having been burned.”

The Oklahoma-based Mission in Haiti said Davy, Natalie, and Jude were “shot and killed by the gang about 9 o’clock” on Thursday.

Representative Baker shared a photo of the slain couple on Facebook with the heartbreaking caption:

Baker said “things are looking very positive” for the transport home of the bodies of Davy and Natalie.

“We extend our deepest condolences to the families of the two U.S. citizens killed by gangs in Haiti,” U.S. State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said in a statement.

Miller added, “Unfortunately, this serves as a reminder that the security situation in Haiti cannot wait – too many innocent lives are being lost.”

As of Saturday evening, a GoFundMe campaign for the Baker and Lloyd families had raised more than $53,000. Another GoFundMe campaign for the funeral expenses of the young couple had reached over $45,000.

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      • Sounds like a mighty callous response and does not justify the attack. These thugs have been responsible for thousands of deaths of innocents in Haiti and should be eliminated.

      • Following Christ is not an “out” for safety and comfort. Jesus said to take up our cross and follow Him – which this young couple did. They shared Jesus and the glorious message of salvation, redemption, and peace that only Jesus can give. They shared this message because all have sinned and come short of the glory of God…none of us deserve grace and all are just awaiting God’s final judgment because of our sin. It is only by the shed blood of Christ can we experience true peace now, despite circumstances, and praise the King of kings in heaven one day.

        According to Voice of the Martyrs, Christianity has been the most persecuted religion in the world for the past 5 years. So, it is not thinking God protects us from harm, although believers escape the Great Judgment, but to share the good news of Jesus Christ. How far would you go and what would you do to keep family and friends out of the lake of fire?

        • @DEVOMAN:
          I’m sure the Voodoo-practicing, Satan worshipping Haitians have heard the Gospel of Christ before. They rejected Christ then and continue to do it to this day.
          The arrogance of these two do-gooders, thinking they can walk into a country that has already rejected the Gospel, and thinking they could make a difference is astounding.
          Why don’t YOU go to Haiti and see if you can convert people?

  • When are people going to realize that Haiti is a cesspool and cannot be fixed.

    The only people who profit from Haitain aide are the Clintons and other frauds.

    Leave Haiti to it’s own devices.



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