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Over the next nine months, she was raped repeatedly, told she'd be killed if she tried to run or revealed her true identity to police about what had happened, trucked from Utah to California and back again.

"If my parents knew what had happened to me, they'd think 'good thing we had six kids. We have five others. We don't need her anymore,'" she said.

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"I thought, 'this has to be part of my dream. This can't really be happening,'" said Smart Gilmour, who was 14 at the time.

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Her captor made her duck under a bush moments after they left her home. As the headlights she'd imagined were attached to a getaway car crept past the bush, she saw the word "police" on the side of the car.

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She said she was. She was taken to a police station, where her father came to greet her.

After that, however, she told herself to stay strong, focusing on her mother's promise that she'd always love her.

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Shortly after that, Mitchell appeared in the tent, "married" her and forced her to, in his words, "consummate" the marriage. After raping her, he shackled her ankle to a metal wire, and Smart Gilmour said she realized she might be at the camp for a long time.

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her story to others, including members of Congress, and in raising awareness for victims made her an inspiration for those who are forced and coerced into sexual violence.

She made it back to Salt Lake City by manipulating Mitchell's ego. She told the pseudo preacher that she'd gotten a feeling that a return to that city was part of His divine plan, but said only he could say for certain, because "you're God's best friend. I'm sure He'd tell you."

"I remember . feeling so lucky to have survived. These two people, they hadn't won. I'd won."

Smart Gilmour's kidnapping became a national story in 2002, when she was kidnapped at knifepoint from her Salt Lake City home. She would spend nine months with her kidnappers before her return to Salt Lake City, where she was rescued by police who surrounded her captors upon their return from California. Attorney's Office. The health system unveiled a new screening tool for trafficking victims on Tuesday, and law enforcement spent Wednesday outlining the issue of forced prostitution and Internet based crimes against children.

emphasizes vigilance by everyday people," Fischer Clemens said.

Smart Gilmour told the crowd that the work of educating people on what can be done to help victims remains vitally important. The explosion of Internet crimes in the decade since her capture has put more children at risk, she said.

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A victim's advocate and survivor of a high profile kidnapping told a group of police, health care and social workers Wednesday to keep up the fight against human trafficking.

The message the activist now brings to audiences is that abductions can happen to children anywhere, and that all children should be taught to fight back against kidnappers. Eighty percent of children who kick, scream or fight back against their attackers get free, she said.

The shame she felt was overwhelming, she said.

During her lowest moments, she said, she thought about prisoners of war in World War II. She'd read about them eating feces and drinking urine.

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Attorney Office Violent Crime and Human Trafficking Conference at the Washington Pavilion, Aug 13, 2014.(Photo: Elisha Page Argus Leader)

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