The Remembrance Project is organized to remember those who have been killed by illegal aliens.
We held our first annual conference in Houston, Texas on September 16-18, 2016. The Remembrance
Project honors the family members who are grieving, some intensely and for years, over their loss.
At the luncheon the Master of Ceremonies was Kris Kobach, the Secretary of State for Kansas,
where many of my wife’s relatives reside.
Our special guest speaker was none other than our next President of the United States of America,
Donald J. Trump. The reader must grasp the significance of his presence at our national conference: He
took valuable time out of his campaign schedule to come to Houston for no other reason than to meet
with the surviving family members on a one-to-one basis, back stage and without fanfare. He spent
about an hour and a half with them before coming onto the stage to share with those at the luncheon.
No Trump stickers or lawn signs were available. No memorabilia or trinkets were for sale. Mr. Trump
made it clear that he was recognizing the surviving family members and not himself.
Some of us of the Remembrance Project had been, on a number of occasions, with Mr. Trump while
he was on the campaign trail. Some of the survivors spoke at the Republican National Convention. Mr.
Trump’s heart sincerely reaches out to the grieving individuals.
Maria Espinoza, the founder of the Remembrance Project asked me to present a workshop paper on
a diagnostic term she coined: Alien Trauma Syndrome (ATS). I submitted the symptom constellation to
the American Psychological Association and to the American Psychiatric Association for review, study
and inclusion in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. The syndrome is not
codified anywhere for treatment purposes.
Links to the event may be found on the site, We the People Rising