Dear President Obama:

I have recently learned about the current situation in the United States with regard to Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking.  As an American, I was appalled to learn that the victimization and sexual exploitation of children has been allowed to grow to unprecedented magnitudes in our country.  America has always been a shining example to the world of freedom, yet we have continued to allow this violation to persist and grow to alarming rates.

I support The National 13A Campaign to end child sexual exploitation and slavery and am asking that you do the same by allocating the Federal resources necessary to bring this horrific epidemic to a swift end.  At midnight on December 31, 2012, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation with the launch of the National 13A Campaign.  This campaign will serve as a vigilant reminder of the promise of freedom to all Americans that the 13th Amendment to our Constitution provides.

I am personally, respectfully asking that you take an active role in this fight and provide Federal funding and resources to:

  1. Lead the Federal initiative to fight this crime and strongly encourage every state to enact policies to ensure safe harbor    provisions and resources for rescued children.
  2. Substantially increase the number of national and local law enforcement task force resources focused on the rescue of     these exploited children and the arrest and conviction of those who buy and sell these sex services.
  3. Provide support for the comprehensive care and restoration of rescued children and adult trafficking victims.

Please join me in supporting our 13th Amendment and help restore the compromised foundation of our country to its Hallmark – “The Land Of The Free and Home Of The Brave.”


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