Wednesday, October 28, 2020

NXIVM Survivor, Naomi Gibson tells us her thoughts on Raniere's 120 Year Sentencing

We reached out to Naomi Gibson, who's featured in Seduced Inside the NXIVM Cult Documentary and asked her feelings about Keith Raniere's 120 year sentence.

"Keith Raniere's 120 year sentence, sets the precedent for anyone who thinks they can abuse men, women and children. Keith Raniere knowingly and systematically used his power over others, this is coercive control, this is abuse of power. Today justice does not erase the scars the victims carry, but it helps echo our voices so that this type of manipulation, coercion and misogyny will no longer be tolerated." Naomi Gibson

"NEW YORK - The leader of NXIVM, a purported self-help organization that engaged in international multilevel marketing, has been sentenced to 120 years in prison for running a sex trafficking ring through a secret women's sub-sect of the controversial Albany based group."

Read the full Washington Post Story Here

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult | Official Trailer | STARZ

For the past year we have been collaborating with the Starz TV network on their Documentary - SEDUCED: Inside the NXIVM Cult, which premiers tonight, Sunday October 18th, 2020 at 9 p.m est on the Starz TV Network.

As a result of our collaboration, for the past year we've been facilitating professional therapy for many survivors of the NXIVM trafficking and cult ring.

Here is a word from the producers of the documentary:

"It's been wonderful to see your collaboration with STARZ growing, and to have our network acknowledging how much our partnership with you has helped the NXIVM survivors who are featured in the series. The help provided through F.A.C.T. has had an immeasurable impact, particularly with the series about to air and feelings coming up for the former members. Thank you so much for honoring us with our working relationship. We so appreciate that we could put this in place with you, and make it function as well as it has. Congratulations also on the work you're doing with the Epstein victims, and with everyone you help".

On average we receive about 25 calls a week from survivors of trafficking and cult rings looking for assistance in healing and getting their lives back on track. Please consider helping survivors through one of our therapeutic programs; Art Therapy, Bibliotherapy or Professional Therapy. For more information on these therapeutic programs for survivors visit FACT.Charity

Go to Help Survivors Now to help these strong, resilient survivors reclaim their lives and heal from the manipulation, coercion and undue influence they've fallen prey to.

Thank you to all who help us in our mission here at F.A.C.T., the workload is endless and we can not do what we do without the help of the community.


The F.A.C.T. Team

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