[Puzzle pieces fill the screen; piece in middle is missing. In the "hole" is a montage of people’s faces, young and old, male and female, and close-ups of people hugging and grieving.]
Voice over: If you or someone you know
[Camera begins to pull back and show more of the framing puzzle pieces.]
Voice over: has been a victim of crime,
Voice over: you should know:
[Camera continues to pull back.]
Voice over: You have rights.
Voice over: You can get help.
Voice over: You can work for positive change.
[Words on screen cover the "hole" in the puzzle pieces. As camera pulls back, it becomes clear that the puzzle pieces form a picture of the Statue of Liberty, with missing puzzle piece at the spot of the statue’s right eye.]
Victims’ Rights: Dare To Dream
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week
April 9-15, 2000
The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.