With the Help of ICE and Protect, Military Vets Turn Their Sights On Child Sexual Abusers (Day 7 of 19 Days of Activism)


Protect the Child Ambassador Ariana-Leilani King-Pfeiffer

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Former U.S. Marine Jeremy Boutwell, is now assigned now to work with ICE in metro Atlanta. “I’ve seen some pretty bad things that humanity is capable of doing in certain situations.”   He added, “This stuff is worse, without a doubt.”

He is one of many vets now trained to hunt for clues about “where these acts of child rape are videoed.” He related that, even before training was completed, one of the wounded warriors, Army Reserve Capt. Hampton Culp, helped break a case that led to the rescue of a child whose abuse had been broadcast online.

“To take bad guys off the street, to serve my country and to protect my children, your children and other children– I mean, truly if there was something that the Lord intended for me to do, it would be to do this job,” Agent David Westall said.   The wounded warriors will be…

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