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"I truly long for the day I can knock on that young lady's door and witness to her how the Lord led me to find her." ~clt
*All donors to the Project will be provided with a receipt/statement of donation for their tax deductible purposes.*
“What man of you, having a hundred sheep, if he has lost one of them, does not leave the ninety-nine in the open country, and go after the one that is lost, until he finds it?" (Luke 15:4)
We do not believe it is right to charge victims or their families, which is why Uncommon Knowledge has pursued the investigations of cold case missing and murdered children entirely out of pocket for over a decade. This is also why the work has taken so long to complete. With your compassionate support, we can not only complete the work on the immediate cases, but can also firmly establish an efficient unit fully dedicated to this work.
Funds will be used exclusively to support the immediate and continued work needed performed on the five primary cases. This includes:
Furthermore, the funds will serve to formally establish the pro bono unit of Uncommon Knowledge to continue the work in future cases.
When we consider that Angelique James and Rilya Wilson are merely two of hundreds of thousands of missing children whose cases have grown cold due to the limitations and restrictions of law enforcement, coupled with the vast, growing empire of child trafficking, we can more clearly see the dire need for this pro bono unit of Uncommon Knowledge.
We very much appreciate your support of this crucial work, otherwise these children may never be found.