Veterans Wounded in the Line of Duty Find New Mission Hunting Pedophiles

Monday, October 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Jay Syrmopoulos
October 30, 2017

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sex abuse scandal there has been renewed media attention being given to the numerous reports of systemic Hollywood pedophilia as alleged by Corey Feldman, Todd Bridges, Elijah Wood and many, many others.

Since 2013 one organization has aimed to fight back against pedophiles across the United States: the HERO — Human Exploitation Rescue Operative – program gives veterans injured, ill or wounded in the line of duty, training in computer forensics, to work with federal agents in fighting back against pedophiles who use the internet to sexually exploit children.

The Hero Child Rescue Corps is a government-funded project that trains the veterans to hunt child predators — developed by the National Association to Protect Children (Protect), and in conjunction with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), the veterans receive 11 weeks of intensive training and 10 months of on-the-ground experience, CNN reports.

The veterans work in unison with law enforcement, serving as computer forensic analysts as part of a year-long unpaid internship. After completing their training, the vets are placed in Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) field offices across the US.

In addition to helping thousands of victimized children, the groups mission is also to help the veterans find a new purpose and way of giving back to the community and country.
J. Christian, CEO of Protect, is himself a veteran – who served as an Army Ranger until his spine was fractured during a mission in Afghanistan.

“A lot of the individuals who come into the HERO Corps are truly individuals who have lost their mission on the battlefield,” Christian said.

“In one second [the veteran’s] entire life changed. When that happens, I know from personal experience, you start to wonder, what can I now do? And once you find this opportunity, you know it’s truly your opportunity to step back into that role,” Christian told CNN.

“You see groups of children being abused at levels the average American cannot fathom,” Christian explained. “If you imagine an infant getting gagged and bound tortured, it’s not a rare occurrence to come across.”

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