10th Annual Preventing Abuse Conference — Human Trafficking, Child Abduction and Drug Cartels — A National Security Threat
DES MOINES, Iowa, Sept. 27, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — Human trafficking is a national security threat. It is rampant in America. Children are being exploited. Drug cartels are entering through the open borders and infiltrated throughout America. Terrorists using pornography to encrypt messages.
A Preventing Abuse Conference is being held to discuss these issues and inform participants of ways to protect themselves, their loved ones and combat these serious threats.
October 19, 2012
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Speakers and Lunch (Provided)
5:00 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. dinner break (on our own)
6:30 P.M. Film screening
101 East Locust Street,
Des Moines, Iowa 50309
National Security threat
Child Abduction (nearly 1,000,000 children reported missing annually)
Drug Cartels in America
Moral disintegration fueling the demand for human trafficking.
Governor Terry Branstad,
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley,
BAZ former C.I.A. doing deep cover rescues,
Drew and Heather Collins (parents of abducted children),
Tania, former madam of hundreds of prostitutes.
Chuck Hurley (Iowa Family Leader),
Tamara Scott (CWA),
Ric Lumbard (victim restoration),
Jim Rothstein (trafficking expert),
Oscar Mejia (drug cartel expert),
REGISTRATION: $59.00 includes conference and lunch** 79.00 at the door
The information presented may help protect a loved one and our nation.
The role of the church as a firewall and protecting women and children is very important
The role of reinforcing the moral foundations is absolutely critical to the protection of women, children, families and the nation
The conference is open to the public. Due to the sensitive nature of the information provided a drivers license or government I.D. will be required at registration.
To register go to www.preventingabuse.org or call 323-851-3872
- Trafficking victim hails awareness (thegazette.com)
- Okla. woman shares human trafficking story (okcfox.com)
- Rebecca Project for Human Rights Applauds U.S. President Barack Obama’s Strong Stance to Combat Human Trafficking (sacbee.com)
- Three Plead Guilty In Human Trafficking, Torture Case (philadelphia.cbslocal.com)