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Well why don't you pick on someone your own size that's the basic idea behind bikers against child abuse.
So called tough guys and girls defending those who can't defend themselves their mission is simply to make abused children feel safe.
Shepard Smith got a rare glimpse into how the group operates we have blurred out some of the victims.
It will not happen again these kids will be protected they can call on -- day or night any hour of today.
We will be there to protect -- Should win these guys are -- are.
People tend to notice.
We -- be very intimidating even though most of us I just think sweethearts.
So it gives us an edge and I could have -- -- in Hawaii.
As they pull up to greeted abused child like they did a few weeks ago on New York's Long Island.
They don't come empty handed look at what we got freedom they give each child -- vest with his or her own biker nickname.
Vision names fighting and they make it clear always found some moderate front to back.
Anyone who messes with that boy or girl messes with all of them.
We're now part of your family as well you want to put the silenced by the event.
-- -- not tomorrow but no one will get past us we are protecting that child.
For their own protection volunteers for bikers against child abuse identified themselves only by their road -- They occasionally escort victims to court or stand guard over them when they face threats but they say it's mostly about letting children know they're not alone.
They could count on us being there.
We will not let them down we make a promise to be there we will be there we will be just -- to -- today if there was a threat against that trial.
The group assigns to primary context it is certainly child's phone calls day or night.
And to visit -- regularly -- -- bikers also leave them with a gift we're gonna hug it would never sign it.
And that means that you have us wherever you've got.
To Paris then.
Yeah and I'm seeing a level of fear and as I need to increase that the kids are feeling more empowered that -- -- starting to feel like it's safe again to -- back out into the world.
Social workers -- the volunteers and interact with the abuse children.
They city kids seem to respond well to their new families.
That whole empowering feeling that these kids that high you know they've got someone that they can go channel.
Can't -- really -- important and powerful message that we can sense and I see the kids really blossom and grow into that.
The group also reports improvements with physical symptoms like night tremors and -- -- You see -- growth and then you see the light in their eyes and that's what's the motivation for us.
A motivation to be there for the children who need them.
Their innocence is and one way we try to help that child.
Learn to live in today's world to get their childhood back.
The group has chapters across the US and around the world to run the background checks on all of -- volunteers.
And relies on donations from the public to fund its basic operations.
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