V4CR Documentary Production Update

We’ve received an overwhelming number of inquiries about the documentary production over the last few months and an incredible outpouring of offers for support. Although we can’t share specific details about operations we’re conducting with our NGO and law enforcement partners, we will share a general update with everyone.

This problem is much larger than we can handle alone and we will need your ongoing help to be effective. In addition to donations we’ve received many offers to donate time, equipment, knowledge and expertise from all around the country and even from outside the U.S. where similar problems exist.

We will continue to grow a strong network of warriors willing to stand up and fight for those that can’t protect themselves and we will find more ways to harness all offers of assistance, however right now our management bandwidth is tapped as Craig and our leadership are completely focussed on the development of the documentary film.

WE’RE ON THE ROAD.

Our production crew is on the road with Craig this month and will be until the end of the year conducting interviews, filming extractions and on location.

Our investigations have taken us to some of the most impacted areas areas in the U.S. where children and teenagers are being exploited, abused and enslaved for the pleasure of perverted individuals that have no regard for the young lives that they are destroying.

Lead by Craig Sawyer, our documentary sets out to shine light on the exploitation, abuse and trafficking of children in neighborhoods all around America.

Through your support of Veterans For Child Rescue we’ve been able to build a coalition of NGOs to help raise awareness, create a non-permissive environment for abuse of our children and rescue children from dangerous situations.  Our efforts are in cooperation with law enforcement agencies who often face hurdles in dealing with the type of situations we’re investigating.

Our team is agile and effective and was formed to cut through much of the bureaucracy law enforcement agencies run up against when trying to save children. Our veteran-run partner organizations have effectively operated in this space for years but need more support to save more children in harm’s way. This documentary will introduce you to some of these partners who need our support and yours to keep them in this fight.

We can’t share the names of the organizations that we’re working with yet but you will meet them when the documentary is released in 2018. We can tell you that our coalition is comprised of veterans and civilians that want to make a real difference in the lives of others and include high level intelligence and government officials that assist with investigations, intelligence and coordination of our efforts.