It’s Bigger Than Epstein: Child Trafficking Rescuer Lois Lee & John McKinney Discuss The Larger Battle Against Human Slavery & Rising Crime – Ask Dr. Drew
Over 10,000 children have been saved from forced prostitution by Lois Lee and her organization “Children Of The Night”. Her heroic work inspired a 1985 movie, a song by Richard Marx, and multiple awards including the Volunteer Action Award from Pres. Reagan. With LA District Attorney candidate John McKinney, the legendary Dr. Lois Lee discusses the “Sound Of Freedom” movie, her organization’s ongoing battles against human slavery, why Jeffrey Epstein was only the tip of a more sinister iceberg, and how to help kids who are at risk of being targeted by traffickers.
Lois Lee is a leading expert in rescuing child trafficking victims. Dr. Lee holds a PhD in Sociology and Anthropology, a Juris Doctor in Law, and is an active member of the California State Bar. Dr. Lee is the founder and president of “Children Of The Night” which has saved over 10,000 kids since the 1970’s. Lee has received countless awards for her groundbreaking work, most notably the prestigious President’s Volunteer Action Award, presented to her by President Ronald Reagan. Her portrait hangs in the Frederick Douglass Museum and Hall of Fame for Caring Americans in Washington, D.C. Learn more at https://www.childrenofthenight.org/
John McKinney has over 25 years of crime-fighting experience and is running to become the 44th District Attorney of Los Angeles. Throughout his career, McKinney has prosecuted numerous high-profile cases, including a first-degree murder conviction against the killer of Nipsey Hussle. He graduated UCLA School Of Law in 1997. “Every killer I prosecuted was convicted. Every victim’s humanity was affirmed in the courtroom,” says McKinney. Find more at https://mckinney4la.com/ and follow him at https://twitter.com/johnmckinney_