Which is exactly why NTM did not use GRACE for any additional investigations, as they did not want the names of the perpetrators to be made public. I'm not sure how they justify that stance, but it's very clear that they believe it's the right thing to do. (I know they have said that it's to protect the identity of the victims, but that is complete bulls**t. As we see in the ABWE report, it is possible to name the perpetrators and not reveal identifying information of the victims.)
While Theresa has said a lot of times that it's about protecting the victims, if you push she will say that it's illegal to name the abusers and that would open NTM up to lawsuits. This is completely false; it would only be libel/slander if they were making it up. If the abuser sued them, they would simply have to produce their evidence to support their claim - which is why no abuser would ever sue. They may threaten, but they would be terrified to have all that witness testimony and evidence on the public record and in the news. NTM did the work of thoroughly investigating, they would have no problem defending themselves in court. The true fear I have to believe is putting a face to the horrific stories, to letting that information get out there and humanizing it, and risk future income/support for the organization.