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The sexual abuse and exploitation of vulnerable women and children have always occurred. The positive aspect of the Jeffrey Epstein story is that we as a society are finally no longer turning a blind eye. This level of power and control to coerce these children and destroy their lives has to be brought to light, and those involved must be exposed. We work tirelessly at Selah Freedom and the Selah Way Foundation to rescue and restore the lives of precious young people who have been sold and used for sex as much as 15 to 40 times a day. Their cries and pain are finally being heard. Bravo!

-Elizabeth Melendez Fisher Good,  Co-founder and CEO Selah Freedom/Selah Way Foundation.

The Bradenton Times

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