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Private International Interventions, Extractions and Rescue

  1. Drug and other Culture Extractions and Interventions

  2. Religious Cult Investigation and Extraction Remedies

  3. Counter Subversive-Cult Solutions

  4. Doomsday / Destructive / Apocalyptic Cult Intervention

  5. International Kidnap Negotiations and Interventions.

  6. Averting Parental Abductions

  7. Cyber Investigations, and Cyber babysitting services.

  8. Aggressive rescue from regions where the Rule of Law has failed or never existed.


International Interventions, Extractions and Rescue

We have extensive, established private law enforcement resources for understanding various subversive cults and their machinery. If you have lost a child, teen or adult family member to such a group or to a drug culture, begin the process of contacting us through the contact link at the bottom of this page. You can also call +1 202-470-0147 and leave a clear and succinct message about your needs and how to reach you.

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Post-Rescue Treatment

Below is a link listing of the types of treatment centres we have used in the past for rescuees. Obviously some are better than others for specific issues. Budget, location and treatment needs are criteria for deciding what treatment options are best suited for your family member after extraction from their unsafe environment. Early analysis is also important to determine if the treatment should be as an outpatient or if institutionalization is essential. 

In most cases a semi-formal live-in, non-institutionalized treatment solution works best. 

In some cases there is a special requirement for de-toxification and de-briefing (cognitive and behaviour modification therapy i.e.: countering brain-washing ). We have tested and approve of many resources.

We have served many happy families and groups and have rescued many people, some from horrible places. Some of these families or persons are wiling to share their experiences dealing with us in a one-on-one reference scenario. Discuss this with your UI contact person if that would help you.

Post-Rescue Treatment Resources We Have Used IN The Past


Types of Intervention Cases

Extreme Religious Abuse Issues

Today the world is exposed to many unique ideas that were heretofore isolated by lack of communication and by secrecy. Victims of religious persecution could not get the word out. Today you need access to the internet somehow and you can get help.

Around the world young women are the most common victims of religious practises. In some nation states, women who are raped are considered to be criminals for being an adulteress.

Within some religions the woman has her genitals cut up and mutilated  (FGM) as part of religious practice.

Within some religions, women who favour some kind of birth control are put to death by their family.

Within some religions, women who seek to have pre marital  relations with their partner are put to death.

To avoid this conduct in "the old country" families have sought to retain us to extract an individual and get them to safety. Such countries from which we have successfully conducted such extractions include Cambodia, Thailand, Somalia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Columbia, Argentina, Bolivia, The Dominican Republic and the United States.

We will do that. We don't have any consideration other than the wishes of the protected  person and their benefactors. Judgment calls about whether a religious group is right or wrong can be made by someone else in another life, we don't care what reason there is for coming between our protected person and a breach of personal safety and will act with extreme prejudice against improper conduct and prevail in favour of our subject.

In some nation states the law says that the woman is a chattel property of the parents until she is 21 years of age no matter where they be. Occasionally parents by any means seek the return of their property so they can continue their abuse (or controverted religious rituals) or in some cases kill the person.

In the numerous cases like this, once the woman has reached the age of 21, her new home nation laws will protect her (or her original home MAY protect her in some instances). Until that time our methodology requires extreme discretion keeping secret the protected person's whereabouts, away from harm.

We will not be exploited for the purpose of recapturing escapees from brutality and will use all available means to avert that happening to any protectorate we have been assigned or for whom we have accepted assignment.




Rescue Assessment !
The soul-searching part of this business.

Don't be shy about making inquiries to us. Full disclosure is best from the outset so a proper assessment can be made. Nothing will seem fantastic to us so be open and honest.

We are not going to label you incredible for believing your family member has been abducted into a religiously-based cult of very high intensity. It may well be true that if not immediately but sometime in the future the controlling group that has your loved one is likely to cause loss of life among its membership or the general public. We have seen this to be true in many cases.

Such loss of life as seen in the recent past can be very messy family murders, discreet unsolved murder, or mass suicides ordered by the family, community or group leadership. 

Some cult memberships have been the victims of various mind control techniques. 

With  little or no self-will, the cult members have eagerly followed any random order from the leadership -- even orders of self destruction. 

Early and aggressive intervention and rescue has saved lives.

The loss of life by the Heaven's Gate membership was such a suicide. The members were convinced that they would be transported, at death, to a space ship where they would evolve to a higher level of existence.  Some people suggest that  evidence supports a theory all of the deaths within the Ugandan Movement for the Restoration..., and many of the Solar Temple deaths were actually murders to cover financial fraud by the leadership. This may have been the motivation for the Jeffrey Lundgren murders as well. All of the Branch Davidian victims appear to have been murdered by their leaders -- either by being shot or as a result of the arson-set fire. Many, perhaps most, of the People's Temple victims were also murdered. 

If you think your loved one is involved as a cult member or a recruitment candidate for such a cult, we are going top take you seriously. We have done so before with other families. Some of their direct testimonials can be made available to you.

Can the subject person be rescued? Generally speaking you don't know unless you try. Our assessment may include a preliminary investigation before we decide to fully take the case. Assessments are based on many things but above all, the probability of success. Our success rate is in the high 90s, but if your matter begins to look like it resembles those we know to be in the tragic  3 percentile, we'll ask you to get another opinion. The thing we fear is failure, but not much else.

Where you live, the rule of law may exist and be truly a beautiful thing, but if your family member has been kidnapped and hauled into the darkest Philippine jungles, don't count on phoning 911 working in a jiffy.

There are easy intervention cases...

We have encountered what seemed like impossible cases and in fact without any violence nor significant aggression of any kind, managed to work below the radar and pay off drug debts and drug lords sufficiently to allow the peaceable removal of the captive and with good analysis and treatment get them cleaned up and returned to a functioning, loving lifestyle within their families again.

...and there are very tough intervention cases.

The antithesis to this scenario is the trafficking of females for the purpose of sex. One of the most difficult of cases involves the white slave trade. People who engage in such practice are the worst scum of the earth and make so much money doing their crime that they have immense resources. Their customers are very often extremely wealthy and powerful and thus are capable of mounting immense opposition to rescue attempts. We have done many of these and they are very difficult. Our resources have been developed over about 16 years as of April, 2007.

Many intervention cases are in between easy and tough.

On April 19, 1993 many members of the Branch Davidian (David Koresh) were killed in an act of what was likely murder indirectly by Koresh but arguably may have been gross incompetence and negligence causing death by authorities who ordered the firing of incendiary rounds into the Branch Davidian complex. (It must have required a really twisted screwball to give that order.) 

The deceased were the followers of David Koresh and had come to Palestine, 90 miles from Waco Texas, from the USA, the United Kingdom, Israel and Australia. 

We don't spend much time arguing the merits of this or that wacky religious cult with subjects. We assess the potential for harm to the subject and where need be, we aggressively extract them with as much help as we need from sincere doctors and psychiatric experts who can tell is about the sanity or lack of it, interim care needs  and the potential for Institutional remedy should that exist. Usually there is no such remedy and we need to extract and "de-toxify" the subject in cooperation with the family using accepted methods of treatment in either institutional or non-institutional treatment centres. 

Common Properties of Potentially Destructive and Dangerous Cults

The cult is authoritarian in its power structure. The leader is regarded as the supreme authority. He or she may delegate certain power to a few subordinates for the purpose of seeing that members adhere to the leader's wishes and roles. There is no appeal outside of his or her system to greater systems of justice. For example, if a school teacher feels unjustly treated by a principal, appeals can be made. In a cult, the leader claims to have the only and final ruling on all matters.

The cult's leaders tend to be charismatic, determined, & domineering. They persuade followers to drop their families, jobs, careers, and friends to follow them. They (not the individual) then take over control of their followers' possessions, money, lives.

The cult's leaders are self-appointed claiming a special life mission. For example, the flying saucer cult leaders claim that people from outer space have commissioned them to lead people to special places to await a space ship.

The cult's leaders demand  members' adulation. Priests, rabbis, ministers, democratic leaders, and leaders of genuinely altruistic movements keep the veneration of adherents focused on God, abstract principles, and group purposes. Cult leaders, in contrast, keep the focus of love, devotion, and allegiance on themselves.

The cult tends to be totalitarian. Cults are likely to dictate in great detail what members wear, eat, when and where they work, sleep, and bathe as well as what to believe, think and say.

The cult tends to have a double set of ethics. Members are urged to be open and honest within the group, and confess all to the leaders. On the other hand, they are encouraged to deceive and manipulate outsiders or non-members. Established religions teach members to be honest and truthful to all, and to abide by one set of ethics.

The cult has only two purposes, recruiting members and raising funds. Established religions and altruistic movements may also recruit and raise funds. However, their sole purpose is not to grow larger; such groups have the goals to better the lives of their members
and mankind in general. The cults may claim to make social
contributions, but in actuality these remain mere claims, or gestures. Their focus is always dominated by recruiting new members and fund-raising.

The cult appears to be innovative and exclusive. The leader claims to be breaking with tradition, offering something novel and instituting the only viable system for change that will solve life's problems or the world's ills. While claiming this, the cult then surreptitiously uses systems of psychological coercion on its members to inhibit their
ability to examine the actual validity of the claims of the leader and the cult.

Stockholm Syndrome Creates Unwilling Subjects

Don't shy away from our type of child intervention solution just because your child, son or daughter has, in a drugged stupor, denounced their family and all orthodoxy to live in an armed militant training camp with a mini-despot who is running a cult and plotting the overthrow of "Somethingstan".

Aggressively kidnapping back your family's kidnapped member may be what you need. 

But approaching a hostage individual surreptitiously or under cover of a ruse and tapping them on the shoulder to say "your mom sent me to bring you home" may not be greeted as you might expect. One might have their finger bitten off as a loud scream by your "quiet, vulnerable kid"  announces the parent-initiated rescue attempt to their angry, armed captors.

Cult gatherings or human-potential trainings are an ideal environment to observe first-hand what is technically called the Stockholm Syndrome. This is a situation in which those who are kidnapped, hijacked, intimidated, controlled, or made to suffer, begin to love, admire, and even sometimes sexually desire their torturers or captors.

We have solved many cases where the Stockholm Syndrome has been strongly at play. It is no picnic in July. 

Aggressive intervention and rescue is a tough job, not done anywhere as a public service, but we do it well; and we are paid well.

Grand Parents Seek Help When Grandchildren In Jeopardy

Parents' involvement in cults can literally destroy a family. Individuals in cults do things willingly under the influence of mind control which they previously may have detested, for the sake of the group's "higher purposes." 

Reports of members of diverse cults committing illegal and reprehensible activities are widespread. 

Child abuse in cults is common, and children are often cults' most devastating casualties. 

Of the 912 People's Temple members who died in Jonestown, Guyana in 1978, 276 were children. 

Of more than 80 who died at Waco, 25 were children. Even children not harmed physically rarely receive formal education or develop correctly on emotional, social, and cognitive levels.

Similarly, young adults who have been recruited into cults can tear a family apart as parents, siblings, and friends struggle to understand and help. Studies report that the majority of cult members are recruited during high school or college years. Preventative steps can be taken by parents as well as schools.

Aggressive intervention and rescue is a tough job, not done anywhere as a public service, but we do it well for a fee.

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