“This was Personal” Craig Sawyer Turns the Table on Child Trafficking and Exploitation
Life can change in the blink of a moment, and when you least expect it. Sometimes it is an ordinary everyday event that goes bad. Fact is, many of these encounters happen within a few miles of your home even.
It was May of 2017, when Aspen made a typical stop at a Subway sandwich shop, just miles from her home in Tucson, Arizona. She was abducted at knifepoint from a man with a criminal past; she was brutally and sexually assaulted throughout the course of many hours.
It was the phone call that would change everything, when Craig Sawyer and his wife received the call that would turn their life upside down!
Craig Sawyer and his family knew immediately that they had to do something to answer back, and they did.
This is an incredible story of courage and faith, and how one man, his family, and a community of citizens can make the ultimate difference…
The story continues on the Brink of Greatness Podcast…
The Next Leap Forward
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” ― Edmund Burke
Child Trafficking is the fastest growing enterprise in the world, as Craig points out on the broadcast, it is even more lucrative and active than the narcotics industry. 27 million children worldwide are victims of Human Trafficking and Sex Slavery. It is a$150 billion dollar industry.
The Untied States has the highest child rape consumption in the world, some of this growth can be credited to the point of accessibility. Through mobile phones and apps, technology creates a vulnerability factor that can be difficult to defend.
Veterans for Child Rescue was founded specifically to help bring an end to child trafficking.
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