Board of Advisors

The Veterans For Child Rescue team is grateful for professional friends with exceptional experience and qualification who serve on our Board of Advisors to provide non-binding, but valuable, informed guidance for superior organizational governance. 

Judith A. Reisman, PhD
Judith A. Reisman, PhD

​Dr. Reisman, is Director of the Child Protection Institute at Liberty University Law School and scientific adviser for the California Protective Parents Association. Before entering academia Dr. Reisman worked for television, “Captain Kangaroo” (ABC, NBC, CBS, and ETC) as a “music video” producer, song writer and singer.

Presently a social trends and sexuality historian, Dr. Reisman is sought worldwide to speak, lecture, testify, and counsel individuals, organizations, professionals, and governments on the unprecedented spread of pedophilia and global crime of child pornography and sexual traffic in children. As a Media Forensics expert, (the scientific analysis of images, pictures, cartoons, illustrations, and text), Reisman provided expert testimony to the Senate’s Science, Technology, and Space Hearing on “The Science Behind Pornography Addiction.” Her expertise has produced numerous first amendment and child custody convictions. Her emphasis has been exposure of the corrosive scientific fraud called “the sexual revolution” launched by Dr. Alfred Kinsey’s Institute team at Indiana University whose mantra was/is “children are sexual from birth”. She also won a lawsuit in the Netherlands proving Playboy magazine had published systemic child pornography, facilitating the current child pornography pandemic.

As Principal Investigator and author of the $800,000 U.S. Department of Justice, Juvenile Justice study, Images of Children, Crime and Violence in Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler (1989) Reisman has been a consultant to The U.S. Department of Education, Health and Human Services and U.S. Justice Department. She disclosed the mass sex abuse of infants and children by Kinsey and the Kinsey Institute and their multiple sex science frauds that justified legal changes, subversive of women, children, and family. The British medical journal, The Lancet, called for a Kinsey Institute investigation, concluding, “In Kinsey, Sex and Fraud, Dr. Judith A. Reisman and her colleagues demolish the foundations of the two reports.” Among her many efforts, Dr. Reisman works to attain an investigation of the Kinsey “cold case” in order to reveal the basis of today’s catestropice libel of our national history, our children, women, and our families.

Dr. Reisman authored: Kinsey, Sex, and Fraud (1990), Soft Porn Plays Hardball (1991), Partner Solicitation Language as a Reflection of Male Sexual Orientation (w/Johnson, 1995), Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences (1998, 2000), Sexual Sabotage (2010), and Stolen Honor, Stolen Innocence (2013). Her books have been translated into French, Croatian, and recently Chinese, by the Encyclopedia if China. She is listed in numerous academic Who’s Who publications and her scholarship has had local, international, legislative and scientific import in the United States, Israel, The Netherlands, South Africa, Croatia, Canada, and Australia.

Mr. Bob Hamer
Mr. Bob Hamer

​Bob Hamer retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after 26 years as a Special Agent. He worked organized crime, gangs, terrorism, and child exploitation. Much of his career was spent undercover. In assignments lasting anywhere from several days to more than three years, Bob successfully posed as a drug dealer, contract killer, residential burglar, fence, pedophile, degenerate gambler, international weapons dealer, and white-collar criminal.

He worked undercover against such diverse groups as the La Cosa Nostra, the Sicilian, Mexican, and Russian mafias, Asian organized crime groups, and Los Angeles based street gangs. His successful infiltration of NAMBLA (North American Man/Boy Love Association) resulted in the arrest of eight members of what one defendant called the organization’s “inner circle”.

Bob received numerous awards throughout his career including the coveted FBI Director’s Award for Distinguished Service, five United States Attorney Awards for Distinguished Service, and numerous letters of commendation including one from then US Attorney Rudy Giuliani.

Bob, a member of the Writers Guild of America and the Writers Guild of Canada, has written for television. He has worked as the technical advisor for The Inside and Angela’s Eyes and has consulted for Law & Order: SVU and Sleeper Cell. He has appeared as a guest on numerous TV and radio programs including Oprah, Sean Hannity, The 700 Club, and Laura Ingraham. He is the author of three award-winning books: THE LAST UNDERCOVER: The True Story of an FBI Agent’s Dangerous Dance with Evil (Hachette Book Group, USA, Center Street Press and AE Publishing Group); a novel, ENEMIES AMONG US (B&H Publishing, Fidelis); and a second novel, TARGETS DOWN (B&H Publishing). Bob has also released three novellas: DETOUR TO JUSTICE, EXPENDABLE FOR THE CAUSE, and BLOOD IN THE DESERT (Post Hill Press). He collaborated with New York Times best-selling author Oliver North to write AMERICAN HEROES ON THE HOMEFRONT (Simon and Schuster) and COUNTERFEIT LIES (Simon and Schuster).

A Marine Corps veteran, Bob is married and has two children.

Mr. Jack L. Farmer​
Mr. Jack L. Farmer​

​Jack Farmer is an executive and technical consultant with international corporate clients and U.S. government agencies, including federal, state and local law enforcement for unique, challenging, and highly successful intelligence and security programs. He has extensive experience in establishing and managing integrated security programs, executive protection, criminal investigations, facilities security, emergency preparedness, and crisis management. Jack serves all public safety and corporate sectors, with experience in the medical, technology, supply chain, gaming, entertainment, and construction industries.

Previously, as Strategic Intelligence Specialist for Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations, Mr. Farmer was central for analysis, reporting and law enforcement liaison during several homeland security incidents, including the bombing at the Boston Marathon and the active shooter incident at the Washington, DC Navy Yard. Additionally, he led the intelligence efforts for evacuation of client staff, including Executive Protection action teams, from overseas danger areas. Prior to that, as a Sr. Security Specialist at Booz Allen Hamilton, he was a Sr. Law Enforcement Intelligence Analyst representing U.S. Army North at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). His work focused on the identification and tracking weapons of mass destruction, terrorist threats, and human trafficking on a Joint Terrorism Task Force. Other assignments included: Sr. Intelligence Analyst for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA); an Intelligence Operations Advisor for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Intelligence Plans and Exercise Officer for DHS; and Field Reports Officer for DHS. As a Sr. Security Specialist, he additionally conducted numerous threat and vulnerability assessments and training for the U.S. Treasury Department, Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Congress.

Formerly, Jack was Director, Global Physical Security, for a business operating unit conducting cryptologic development for transfer and storage of bank data at PricewaterhouseCoopers. There, he was Program Manager for integrated security of facilities in the U.S., UK, and Australia. He drove implementation of nontechnical information and operations security; managed planning for emergency preparedness and crisis management; managed internal investigations of information compromises, security violations and incidents. Jack also directed and managed vetting and special investigations of vendors, affiliates, and partners. Prior to that, Jack was Sr. Member of the Advisory Staff at Computer Sciences Corporation, specializing in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems and Planning Director, Field Operations and Training at Systems and Defense Services International for police training and explosive ordnance removal.

Jack’s 23 years of military service in the U. S. Marine Corps includes varied worldwide command and operational assignments that included planning, operational liaison and detached assignments with U.S. and foreign intelligence services, Cabinet-level Departments, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Coast Guard, Public Health Service, DEA and state and local public safety officials. He executed numerous special security and humanitarian assistance operations; planned and executed operations with the Joint Special Operations Forces and foreign special operations forces; and evaluated and secured locations for safe haven facilities capable of supporting operational teams and designated personnel, determining requirements for positive and redundant secure communications, transportation and operational control. He planned, supervised and conducted executive security and protective services for senior officials of the Department of State, Department of Defense and Central Intelligence Agency at overseas locations and within the United States, and led the Commandant of the Marine Corps’ personal security detail. Additionally, Jack instructed at Department of Defense schools on tactics, specializing in deception, denial operations and OPSEC. He was a member of a select interagency committee for manipulation of information for counter espionage and targeting of ISR systems.

Jack has an MA- HR Management/Organizational Development, a BA- Political Science, and is a Distinguished Graduate of the Postgraduate Intelligence Program, Defense Intelligence Collage. He is a Qualified Human Trafficking Investigator and has professional certifications as a Criminal Investigator and Criminal Profiler, Professional Security Instructor, Certified Information Technology Architect and Six Sigma Green Belt, with extensive training in field craft and tradecraft. Jack has received numerous awards and commendations from U.S. agencies and foreign governments.

​Charles W. Moore, Jr.
Charles W. Moore, Jr.
Vice Admiral, U. S. Navy (Retired)

Vice Admiral Moore is a native Texan having been born in Midland. After graduating from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, he completed a distinguished 36-year Navy career as a Naval Aviator and rose to the rank of Vice Admiral, serving as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Fleet Readiness and Logistics and as Commander, United States Fifth Fleet and Commander, U. S. Naval Forces Central Command headquartered in the Middle East in the country of Bahrain.

Vice Admiral Moore holds two awards of the U. S. Navy Distinguished Service Medal, two awards of the Legion of Merit, three individual action Air Medals, seventeen Strike Flight Air Medals, the Presidential Unit Citation, the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, the UAE Military Merit Order First Class, the Kalifiyyeh Order of Bahrain, Korean Order of National Security Merit Cheon Su Medal and various other personal and unit decorations. Vice Admiral Moore has over 5000 flight hours and 1000 carrier arrested landings on nine different aircraft carriers, and received the Vice Admiral James Bond Stockdale Award for Inspirational Leadership during his tour as Commanding Officer of a Strike Fighter Squadron. During his last two years of service in the U. S. Navy, Vice Admiral Moore served as the “GRAY EAGLE,” the longest serving Navy Pilot on active duty.

After retiring from the U. S. Navy in October 2004, Vice Admiral Moore Joined Lockheed Martin as Vice President, F-35 Program Assessments. He subsequently served as Vice President, Global Sustainment and President of Lockheed Martin Middle East and Africa where he and Mrs. Moore resided in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Vice Admiral Moore retired from Lockheed Martin in February 2013.

After retiring from Lockheed Martin, Vice Admiral Moore joined the Dodsal Group headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He served as Chairman and President, Dodsal Resources, an oil and gas exploration and production company in the Dodsal Group and he also served as Chairman, Dodsal Group Executive Board. Vice Admiral and Mrs. Moore lived and worked in Dubai until their retirement in October 2015 after which they returned to their beloved Fort Worth.

A 1968 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering, VADM Moore earned his first Master’s Degree in International Relations from Salve Regina University and his second Master’s Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College.

Vice Admiral Moore is married to the former Lydia Parone Clado from the Philippines. They have two sons and six grandchildren.

Additional members of our Board of Advisors will be added soon, as appropriate…