Fighting for Cameron and Kids was founded in April 2013 to bring awareness to child homicide!
FFCAK is a small organization of parents who are fed up with adults being given light sentencing, instead of life in prison, for killing a living child.
Currently, we are working with lawmakers to strengthen laws on adults that fatally victimize living children.
In honor of baby Cameron Norris, our goal is to implement the sentencing guidelines holding the title of "Cameron Norris Law".
In the United States; violence is the leading cause behind a child’s unnecessary death.
Support us in taking a stand against child homicide!
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We are currently looking for part-time volunteers!
SEE Recruitment Avenue below; to become an ACTIVE member TODAY!
If you have a desire to give back to your community, look no further! We want ambitious, friendly, caring, and dedicated people to join our team.
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Violence is the leading cause of death, hospitalization, and disability for children ages 1 through 18. Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women show all the statistics of child homicide in Minnesota.
UNICEF who works hard to improve policies that protect all children reports; that there are about 4 annual child homicides for every 100,000 people.
Age 1: 16 Homicides
Age 1-4: 21 Homicides
Ages 5-9: Unspecified
Ages 10-14: 11 Homicides
Ages 15-19: 62 Homicides
Under age 10: 8 Homicides
Ages 10-15: 2 Homicides
Ages 15-18: 2 Homicides
Under age 10: 9 Homicides
Ages 15-18: 8 Homicides
The Center for Judicial Excellence has followed many cases involving divorced and/or separated parents who have killed their children. Check out the cases and statistics right here!
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Use "RE: Recruitment Applicant". in the subject heading of your email. (1) Provide a small detail of yourself. (2) Describe why child homicide is of interest or important to you. (3) Describe your career goals. Thank you for having the desire to serve your community. We look forward to hearing from you!
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February 2017: WCCO 4 NEWS - "Mother Of Murdered Boy Pushing For Tougher Laws On Child Killers."
February 2017: FOX 9 - "Cameron's Law: Mother pushes for longer sentences."
Cameron was born December 23, 1999 into the arms of Cynthia Sweats. He was a very healthy and absolutely adorable 8 lbs and 11 oz. little bundle of joy. He grew into such a sweet and precious 3-year-old. He was THAT CHILD who could walk into a room and people always noticed him & his BIG bright smile.
Cameron loved "Air Force Ones" by Nelly. He also enjoyed singing to the songs he knew on the radio and dancing until he fell down laughing.
"Cameron loved to cuddle up next to me and lay on my stomach, He used to hear all the gurgling going on and he would mimic the sounds that he heard! He used to make me laugh so hard doing that!"
Samuel Christopher Jones Offender ID:
212953, was a long time family friend who was trusted to watch Cameron on one occasion, so Cynthia could go to work. Jones brutally beat Cameron to death on February 7, 2003.
Jones told detectives he had fell of the counter. Duct tape with blood on it was found in the trash to cover Cameron's screams. Cameron has bruises all over his little body and a big boot print on his back. Cameron was rushed to the hospital but he passed away the very next morning while on life support.
Jones accepted a plea bargain on the lesser charge of second-degree "Unintentional" Homicide. In November 2003, the max the judge could sentence Jones was to 20 years in MN State Prison.
Jones was released from prison on March 8, 2017 after only serving 14 years. He violated parole May 2017. He went back to prison and was released AGAIN, on August 1, 2017. Jones is to remain on parole until 2023 and be listed as a predatory offender for life. This is NOT and will NEVER be justice for Cynthia's Loss!
MANY MINNESOTA CHILD HOMICIDE CASES have received the same light sentencing too. We NEED a law with HARSHER sentencing specifically FOR children!
March 2017 - FOX 9 NEWS - "Cameron's Law: Mother fights to change law after son's beating death."
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