Today is International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. It was started by the United Nations as a way of bringing the worlds attention to the plight of individuals subject to torture in countries around the world, abused for their political beliefs, religious affiliation, ethnicity, gender any one of myriad reasons. The Innocent Justice Foundation would also like to use this day to bring attention to the plight of thousands of children right here in the United States whose torture, rape and sexually abuse are being photographed and shared with others via the Internet.
The law enforcement officials in the 61 Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task forces monitor the Internet for such images so they can arrest and prosecute the individuals responsible and save children from further abuse. These investigators report that more and more of the images they see are of young children infants and toddlers and that the sexual abuse is more violent and more graphic than ever before.
Innocent Justice asks that you support these youngest victims of torture with a financial gift. Donations to Innocent Justice support the ICACs with the equipment and training they need to find victims and end their abuse.