About Me...

I'm an ordinary man who has made his own mistakes in the past and only wants to work toward helping those who otherwise can't help themselves. As a former police officer, I use my knowledge of surveillance techniques to assist people who need someone of my skill sets.

My sole weakness...

... I have personally witnessed the pain and psychological damage caused by child predation. Having witnessed this has softened me and focused my devotion on preventing these attacks before they can happen.


I often find myself reminiscing days of old. Looking at the world through a child's eyes can be a satisfying experience. You don't judge people for the color of their skin, sure you may notice it but you don't have any prejudices towards them. You don't judge anyone based on some preconceived notion about who they might be, you take them for who they are.

I have searched my soul from end to glorious end examining this notion. How do I as a middle aged man eliminate these prejudices of people? Don't get me wrong, I'm not a racist or elitist or any of those things. I just look at people and have some expectations for who they are based on what they are.

Does anyone out there have some answers for what I can do to immediately look for who someone is based on who they are and not what they are?

Anybody else out there who desires to go back to the child hood days of tea parties and blissfulness?


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