Tonight's SPECIAL GUEST is Mark Sconse, the co-chairman (with Mark Lunsford) of the Kross Kountry 4 Kids motorcycle tour, part of the "Army of Angeles" events that commence April 1st in celebration of Child Abuse Awareness Month. Mark lives with his wife Cindy in Sacramento. Their youngest daughter, Courtney Hannah Sconce, 12 years old at the time, was kidnapped in 2000, and was later that night found raped and strangled to death on the banks of the Feather River in Sutter County, California. Eight months later her 19 year old killer was arrested, and eventually pled guilty to kidnap, rape and homicide, receiving a sentence of Life Without the Possibility of Parole. This seemingly unlikely criminal was being investigated by the FBI at the time of his killing Courtney. Mark and Cindy Sconse share their story as activists who are always willing to do what they can to support efforts related to child safety, sex offender sentencing and Megan's Law registration issues. They also participate as members of the California Victim's Witness program at their annual training seminars. To support Mark and the Kross Kountry 4 Kids motorcycle tour, write to him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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