Sexual Predator Law Change Proposal
WTLV12/ABC25- December 30, 2013
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New push to protect children from violent sex offenders
WTLV12/ABC25- December 18, 2013
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Protecting our children from violent sexual predators is at the forefront of an aggressive movement by Florida senators. Legislation has been filed to strengthen state laws. But here on the First Coast a local group is also taking action. Read Full Article
SERIAL RAPIST ON THE LOOSE! – November/December 2013
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After counseling with the woman who was raped at a convenience store in that area, Dr. Kaye Smith, founder of ReClaim Global, believes that this man is highly likely to be a serial rapist…Full Press Release 12-7-13
Be On Guard – Flyer
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ACTION NEWS – December 13, 2013 Click here to read article
NEWS4JAX – December 9, 2013
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. With no arrests made, bright yellow signs have been posted in the area of Beach Boulevard and Parental Home Road warning women to watch their backs… Click here to view full article
LOCAL ADVOCACY GROUP WARNS NEIGHBORHOOD FOLLOWING SEXUAL ASSAULT - December 6, 2013
RECALIM ON THE RADIO! - December 1, 2013
Hot Topics with Dawn Lopez aired an interview with Dr. Kaye.
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LOCAL REALITY SHOW HELPS VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ABUSE
3-15-13 ReClaim Sends Letter to James Ethridge – a deputy of SLED
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Victims continue to come forward – ReClaim addresses the community of Hampton County. Click here
RECLAIM IN THE NEWS:
- Wednesday, March 6, 2013- From the Hampton County Guardian- See it here!
ReClaim wants to thank our supporters for your great participation on Monday, February 25, 2013, in Hampton County, South Carolina.
- Dan Scanlan for jacksonville.com
March in downtown Jacksonville to support 23 coming forward to file sexual abuse allegations
About 200 people marched along Bay Street Tuesday morning before 27 requests for prosecution were filed in sexual abuse allegations.
Kaye Smith, founder of ReClaim Global, addressed the media in front of Jacksonville’s Police Memorial Building. The documents request prosecution against assailants who 23 women say sexually abused them.
The goal behind the filings is to show that those who commit these crimes will not be protected by their victims’ silence, according to the news release. Read More..
- Jackelyn Barnard, Investigative Reporter – First Coast News
From the steps of the Police Memorial Building, you could hear the promise to stop child sex abuse.
“No more — silent crimes, silent children,” the crowd of more than one hundred chanted.
“I am a victim. I have five perpetrators,” said Renee Matt. She is one of 23 women asking police to investigate and prosecute their childhood abusers.
The women delivered their request for prosecution forms to JSO Tuesday morning. They say it step one in breaking the silence. Some in the crowd carried signs noting “I told on you.” Read More..
- Fox 30 – Jacksonville, FL
A group from ReClaim Global, Inc. Marched through Downtown Jacksonville Tuesday. They were on a mission to shed light on a dark crime, child sex abuse.
Founder Dr. Kaye Smith said, “How could something as despicable as these things happen to them when they were defenseless children?
Dr. Smith stood in front of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and handed an aide a stack of papers to turn in to the police. Inside the envelope were more than two dozen requests for prosecution, the stories of more than two dozen women who were abused as children, ready to out their abusers as adults. Read More..
They thought they got away with it. They thought no one would ever find out about their dirty little acts: the secrets that they expected their young victims to keep silent about all their lives.
But neither their threats, nor the shame that their victims once held, carry weight any longer with the twenty-three women between the ages of 28-65 who will be sending their 27 perpetrators some very shocking news on February 7th.
“We will be silent no more. We are reporting you – you vile, filthy, perverts,” said ReClaim Global founder, Dr. Kaye M. Smith during a press conference in Jacksonville today. Read More..
- MSNBC.com – WJXT-TV
About 300 men and women marched down Bay Street to the Police Memorial Building on Tuesday morning to make a statement about sexual abuse.
After years of silence, 23 people in the group came forward to present accusations against 27 sexual abusers. Carrying signs reading “No More Silent Crimes, Silent Children,” “I Told on You” and “Stop Sexual Abuse,” the supporters are part of ReClaim Global.
The march was led by the group’s founder, Dr. Kaye Smith, who is trying to bring a crime usually in the shadows out in the public. Read More..