Meet a little girl who we only know as “FA” to protect her identity. Before meeting her abusive step-father, she was known by friends and family as fearless and brave. Sadly, after her abusive step-father came into her life, she was way more timid, stopped eating and sleeping, and even began to shower with her clothes on! All of this to a poor little 10-year-old girl. Truly disgusting.
Eventually her mother, who we will refer to as “Mother Duck”, caught on to the abuse and she kicked her husband to the curb. Great job, Mother duck! Sadly, FA wasn’t the same fearless girl she was before the abuse.
Now let us meet Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA, for short) which is a non-profit organization that wants to help victims of abuse, more specifically children and help them feel safe and secure. Not exactly what you would expect from a group of rugged bikers!
When Mother Duck found out about BACA, she instantly thought they would be able to help her daughter feel safe and secure again.
Not too long after, Tombstone and his bike group showed up at their doorstep. Tombstone offered to protect FA, even escorting her around the town. With an escort of tough bikers, no one was going to mess with her!
“There’s these huge, tall men and they were in their vests and their boots, huge beards and strong-looking women. They looked very tough”, said Mother Duck
FA was blown away by the group, but she happily accepted their escort. Soon she started to become more like her old self.
“It was incredible to see my daughter for the first time in alomost three years, relax” ― Mother Duck
Thankfully, FA’s ex-step-father was put in jail, never able to harm anyone else again. Tombstone and his crew were more than happy to continue escorting her until she was back to her old self. FA was finally happy again. With a crew of bikers escorting you everywhere, who wouldn’t feel safe!
It’s amazing to see a group like BACA help out abuse victims and prove that bikers can have hearts of gold.
If you would like to learn more, please check out the video below and BACA’s website.