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The Vow follows a range of people who joined the self-improvement group, NXIVM. The organization has been under siege, with various charges including sex trafficking and racketeering conspiracy brought against its highest members - most notably founder Keith Raniere, who was convicted in June 2019 and is currently awaiting sentencing. The series takes a deep, nuanced look at the experiences of a number of people deeply involved in NXIVM over the course of several years.
Prosecutor Moira Penza and defense attorney Marc Agnifilo prepare for trial after the arrests; Nicki Clyne and Michele Hatchette offer a different perspective into NXIVM; Nancy Salzman, under house arrest, sits down for an interview.
Nancy recalls her first interactions with Keith and the subsequent founding of NXIVM. Mark Vicente takes the witness stand.
Marc Agnifilo presents his case for the good work of NXIVM; Marc Elliot remains loyal to Keith Raniere after he claims the symptoms of his Tourette's syndrome were reduced by Nancy Salzman; Lauren Salzman takes the stand for the prosecution.
Lauren Salzman testifies to decades of manipulation at the hands of Keith Raniere; NXIVM supporters are unconvinced by the evidence presented; Nancy Salzman grapples with learning the extent of Raniere's sexual pursuit of both of her daughters.
"Dani" details the shocking decades-long grooming and abuse she and her two sisters suffered at the hands of Keith to the jury.
After Keith's abuses of Dani's sister "Cami" are detailed through disturbing text messages, Keith's trial ends with a guilty verdict. As NXIVM's critics rejoice, Keith's remaining supporters regroup. After "Cami" and others give victim impact statements, Keith is sentenced to 120 years. Following the trial, Nancy examines her role as she awaits her own sentencing.
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