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We Need Your Help

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John was the most dedicated volunteer to the Foundation. He came on board early on and volunteered his services, dedicating his time, and building a team of volunteer Shepherds who help research and investigate the fugitives we are tracking. John was diagnosed with muscle invasive bladder cancer. He was a husband and a father to three lovely girls and a young man. John was a Navy Veteran and unfortunately his cancer was directly related to his military service - it was attributed to a fire retardant that was used on Naval ships during John's service. I am asking my supporters to please consider helping by making a donation, any amount helps. All the proceeds will go to a trust fund to provide for his children as they navigate their lives now without their father. Here is a link to the GoFundMe: Trust Fund for John Holcomb's Children.

 

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John's Story

John was the most dedicated volunteer to the Foundation. He came on board early on and volunteered his services, dedicating his time and building a team of volunteer Shepherds who help research and investigate the fugitives we are tracking. To their credit they have helped identify and shut down almost 700 child pornography sites.

 

I can't say enough about John's dedication to my foundation and all the families he has helped. We kept it quiet to protect his family but also because he was boots on the ground when it came to positive identifications for these fugitives. He was my right-hand man and I couldn't continue my foundation work without him. He endured much more than I can stomach with his dark web investigations and his research helped the FBI and local law enforcement in their investigations. He was called upon to testify with cases against high powered individuals who had been accused of terrible crimes against children and to the credit of his team of Shepherds, they have helped shut down almost 700 child pornography sites. Please consider helping.

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