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Kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart brings child advocacy message to Appleton

12:34 PM, Feb. 28, 2013
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Elizabeth Smart refuses to dwell on the unspeakable childhood trauma that thrust her into the national spotlight more than a decade ago.

The Utah woman, who was kidnapped from her home in 2002 at the age of 14 and subjected to a horrifying nine-month ordeal before being reunited with her family, says she doesn't harbor bitterness or hatred toward her attacker.

Smart, 25, told Post-Crescent Media on Wednesday that she's happy, content, confident and dedicated to her mission of reaching out to children who find themselves in abusive situations. ...

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