Women Reunite With Detective Whom They Credit With Saving Them From Religious Group
Amber, Natalie, Dawn, Annessa, and Andrea claim they were sexually abused growing up in the religious sect the Zion Society, which was led by Arvin Shreeve. On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, they share their stories of survival and reunite for the first time in person with Mike King, a former detective who they credit with taking down the organization that prosecutors called a “dangerous and abusive cult.”
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In the video above, see their meeting. And, King describes what it was like when he learned about the organization and how he was able to break it up. Plus, former Weber County Attorney Reed Richards, who handled the prosecution of the case, joins the conversation.
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This episode airs Monday. Check here to see where you can watch.
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