MN Needs A Murder Law For KIDS

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Raised by 1 person in 3 months
Created August 30, 2018
Fighting for Cameron and Kids
on behalf of Cynthia Divine

Fighting for Cameron and Kids (FFCAK ) Advocates has united together for the LOVE of children because Minnesota DOES NOT seek maximum punishment for adults who murder living minors.

We are loving, caring and dedicated parents just like you. We have a BIG vision to help and support children from all walks of life, even the beautiful and precious children who are fatally victimized by adults!  We need YOUR help to make our FULL VISION come true!!

You can check out our petition <------ to learn more about Minnesota's need for a Child Homicide Statute #CameronNorrisLaw and EXACTLY what we are seeking from Lawmakers.

FFCAK Advocates include: Founder - Cynthia E.,  Team Leaders -Lynn B., Tori C., Tara M., Evette D., Sara G., Andrea P., Melissa L., Quinese R., Karen S., Krystal W., and Issac G. 


FFCAK Advocates are seeking Lawmakers to enact "Cameron Norris Law " This Child Homicide Statute is to ensure that ANY ADULT THAT MURDERS A DEFENSELESS PRECIOUS CHILD will receive the maximum punishment of life in prison, without parole.

Fighting for Cameron and Kids are demanding lawmakers to amend clause (5) under the first-degree murder statute and add "Cameron Norris Law " - for all fatally victimized children.  

It must read as follows: (a) Whoever does any of the following is guilty of murder in the first degree and shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life: 

(5) causes the death of a minor by an object, physical bodily harm, choking or asphyxiation, drowning, hanging, neglect and malnourishment, purposeful medication overdose, purposeful poison, purposeful shaking with force causing brain damage and death. Causes the death of a minor by human trafficking. All deaths occurred under circumstances manifesting an indifference to human life;


As apart of this law, a plea bargain of Second-Degree "Intentional" Murder will  be offered. This plea bargain will provide the offender an opportunity for parole after 40 years (26 years served of good time). However, if the offender is non-compliant and cannot meet the terms of the plea bargain agreement, the offender will forfeit the plea bargain, and remain in prison for life. #CameronNorrisLaw

We need your help to do this! We need love contributions IMMEDIATELY to begin helping us achieve our goals RIGHT NOW!!!!

These materials will help us to educate people because child homicide is a problem in Minnesota and all around the United States. The more people that are informed, the MORE SIGNATURES that we can collect!!! We currently have  a little under 2,900 signatures. We MUST reach 5,000 signatures and above to be taken seriously by lawmakers!!! If we outcry loud enough, THEY WILL give us a Child Murder Law!!! 

Fighting for Cameron and Kids Advocates (FFCAK) will use all love contributions for the following:

Advertising Material Needed
*Creating Brochures
* Banners
*Printing costs
*Business Cards
*FFCAK Advocate business cards
* FFCAK T-Shirts 

We also need love contributions to begin pursuing our FUTURE goals. Fighting for Cameron and Kids Advocates (FFCAK ) will use the love contributions for the following: 

Become a Non-profit Organisation 
* Specialized as victim advocates of serious crimes
*Obtain a Lawyer to complete paperwork
*Pay for State filing fees and taxes
*Training costs
*Building and furniture costs
*Office supplies

Hosting Events
*Venue costs
*Activity costs
*Extra Help

Attending Events
*Miscellaneous events 
*Booth rental costs 
*State Convention in 2020
*Hotel, car rental, and gas expenses 

Once a year FFCAK Celebration and Charity Give-away
*Host a big event once a year
*We want to celebrate all the lives of the beautiful children in this world
*All the contributions raised will go towards a charity or a school of our choice


Cameron Norris Law  was inspired by the tragic death of 3-year-old Cameron D'Anthony Norris. Cynthia was devastated to lose her sweet, precious, adorable baby boy. She made it her life's journey and mission to seek harsher sentences for adults that murder children! She has big dreams and because of her we became a TEAM fighting for all these beautiful babies!!! 32566902_1535655825247240_r.jpeg

Samuel Christopher Jones was a close family friend who was trusted to watch Cameron as his mother Cynthia went to work. Jones brutally beat Cameron to death on February 7, 2003. 

Jones agreed to plead guilty to a plea bargain in November 2003. During sentencing, he smirked at the family members as they cried uncontrollably. 

The judge could only sentence him the max of 20 years per the plea bargain agreement. Jones served 14 years in Minnesota state prison and was released on March 08, 2017. He violated his parole 2 months later in May 2017. He was sentenced back to prison. He was released again on August 1, 2017. 

Jones has never faced Cynthia to admit his guilt for the murder of her baby boy nor has he showed any remorse for murdering her baby. Cynthia tried to have a mediation with Jones in 2016 through the Department of Corrections' Restorative Justice Coordinator. The DOC advised me that Jones was not in a mental state to have such a meeting with me. Yet, somehow the courts felt he was no threat and he was still released from prison!!! He is currently serving his remaining time on parole within the Twin Cities area. 

Cynthia and Cameron's case is NOT the only statistic in Minnesota that this has happened too! 

Please read and sign our ---> petition <--- SHARE, SHARE, SHARE!!! 

Visit our facebook page  and our website www.ffcak.org  to get connected!
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Raised by 1 person in 3 months
Created August 30, 2018
Fighting for Cameron and Kids
on behalf of Cynthia Divine
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