Lyssa Chapman Says She is "Spending Much of Her Time at Her Desk These Days"
Lyssa Chapman is spending much of her time at her desk these days.
Daughter of Duane 'Dog' Chapman, Lyssa Chapman, has dedicated herself to a new cause these days. According to her Instagram post, she is working on helping sex trafficked victims.
Previously, talking with The Sun, Lyssa revealed she joined Rainy Robinson to reunite families with missing loved ones.
Recently, the daughter of Dog the Bounty Hunter star Lyssa took to her Instagram account to post a picture of herself where she is seen working hard researching the topic.
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On the caption, Chapman wrote,
"'Spending all my time at my desk these days. Researching the inn’s and outs of #HumanSexTrafficing the effects on families, the horrible underbelly of an international pandemic that The Department of Defense calls the “ The world's fastest-growing crime.'"
Photo Source: Lyssa's Instagram
"I’ve had conversations with so many mothers of missing children. I close my eyes, and I can see loved ones' faces on missing posters defined only by their age, height, weight, and what they were last wearing. Diving into these cases,"
She further continued,
"I’m slowly building a relationship with each one, facts from each case are clearly marked in my mind with no confusion or blurring between. Each as unique as the person that’s missing. I am hearing the stories from survivors, raw and unedited. The joy and freedom they so longed for is now a reality."
Lyssa Chapman added,
"This is the beginning of my journey, my calling. Finally, I can find redemption in this world, doing good that no one can deny me. Using every skill I have to help #SaveOurChildren and try to give answers to families. Lostneverforgotten.org"
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