Welcome Advocate to; Fighting for Cameron & Kids

FFCAK was created in honor of baby Cameron Norris, who was murdered. We advocate for parents and kids. Follow us on Facebook

Who We Are

Who We Are

We are Advocates Against Child Homicide! We are seeking Minnesota lawmakers to enact Cameron Norris Law, as a child murder statute.

We brought our resolution to child murder, to our local Caucus on February 6, 2018.

Get Involved

Help us get "Cameron Norris Law" to the State level. Contact us to learn how you can help!


Attend a monthly meeting! 

We are looking for parents to get involved and help us make a difference in the community. 

Thank You

Whether you help through donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, THANK YOU. 


We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 

FFCAK Group

We are a group of parents working hard on making a difference for all kids and all parents in Minnesota. Parents meet once a month, to stay proactive on our plans and goals for FFCAK. We know that with time, dedication, networking, persistence, and love, we will achieve our goals. 


Our Goals

First Mission; Seek lawmakers to implement Cameron Norris Law as a Child Murder law in Minnesota. This mission began in April 2013 and continues to seek out support. 


Second Mission; Building a non-profit called "Cameron Norris Foundation" to pursue our dreams, of serving families with children with many services, as well as provide an emergency housing lifeline for animals too!

The Dream of a Motivated Mother


Cynthia Sweats is a survivor and parent of a murdered child. Cameron Norris. 


Cynthia is the President of FFCAK. She is in college and ready to graduate in 2018 with her Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice. She plans to continue her education to obtain her Bachelor's Degree.  


Cynthia has been pursuing to change the law on child murder since April 2013 and hopes to have Cameron Norris Law passed soon.


The next mission for Fighting for Cameron and kids is building a Non-Profit organization, to help support families with children. 




About Cameron

12/23/1999 to 2/72003

Cameron was born into the arms of Cynthia Sweats in 1999. He was the light of her life and adored by many.

Samuel Christopher Jones

Was a close friend of the family for over 9 years. Jones, was the uncle of Cynthia's best friend. He was trusted to watch Cameron so Cynthia could go to work. There is still no understanding of why this happened, but Jones brutally beat Cameron to death. This tragically changed Cynthia's life forever.

Second-Degree "Unintentional" Murder

Jones was sentenced to 20 years in prison, and only served 14 years. He was released March 8, 2017. 


This is the reason and many other cases, why we need a Child Murder Law. 

My Blog

"Cameron Norris Law"

OUR RESOLUTION TO CHILD HOMICIDE   

Be it resolved...that the DFL make it a Legislative Priority to pass Cameron Norris Law, allowing to put into place guidelines for sentencing of adults that commit child homicides.  Offenders will be charged with 1st degree homicide, when arrested and booked into jail.  The offender is given the choice to go to trial or take the "Intentional Second-Degree Murder" plea deal. The plea deal will be an intense and extensive rehabilitative program that can provide parole to the offender after 40 years, only if all requirements and terms of the plea deal are met.  

   

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We look forward to hearing from you! 

Fighting for Cameron and Kids

651-455-1541

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Monday - Friday: 12pm - 2pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed

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