Wounded veterans work to capture child predators

  • Article by: Kevin Freking , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 5, 2014 - 8:08 PM

Wounded veterans are volunteering to learn computer forensics so they can help the feds track down child predators.

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forpeopleJan. 5, 1411:58 PM

Whoa, our vets are the greatest. So many of our vets are the type of folks who should be headliners.

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northguy7Jan. 6, 1412:40 AM

I think this is a great program, but although these brave soldiers have seen the horrors of war, I hope what they're dealing with now doesn't lead to a different kind of PTSD. Thanks for stepping up!

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albundy74Jan. 6, 14 7:32 AM

This gives new meaning to 'war on terror'. Great job by those who created this program and the veterans who are helping bring justice!

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housemannzJan. 6, 1411:42 AM

That's what we need is more vigilantes.

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housemannzJan. 6, 1411:44 AM

They can help capture and deport illegal aliens too!

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