Tonight's special guest is Alicia Kozakiewicz, from Pittsburgh, PA, a returning NAASCA family member. Alicia was kidnapped in 2002 by a man she'd met on the Internet, taken to Virginia, tortured for four days and rescued by the FBI. She was 13 years old. Since then, Alicia and her family work towards preventative safety education and effective legislation so that no child will suffer as Alicia has. That's the mission of "The Alicia Project," the implementation of ALICIA'S LAW in all 50 states, to provide the funding to rescue all children from the hands of sadistic sexually exploiting Internet predators and to raise awareness and end predatory crimes against children. “The Alicia Project,” though rooted in tragedy, has become a voice for exploited and missing children. Along with her parents, Mary and Charles, she has educated children, families, teachers, law enforcement and governmental and social agencies, and has been honored to address numerous conferences, forums and summits, lending her personal and unique insight of the subject. She has participated in a number of Internet Safety films and projects, and has made multiple appearances on radio and TV. Recognizing the need for effective Internet Safety legislation, Alicia testified before Congress, and has lobbied successfully for the Protect Our Children Act of 2008 and ALICIA'S LAW, a state-by-state version of the legislation.
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