What, you haven’t heard of Nxivm or Keith Raniere? Well that may be because the Main Stream Media hasn’t reported it much. It seems like a story worth mentioning however since it has sex, slavery, under age girls, and several prominent people involved (such as actress Allison Mack from “Smallville” and Seagram liquor heiress Claire Broffman). Why might the Main Stream Media not want to report this? Perhaps it is hitting too close to home and perhaps the swamp is being drained.
What follows is a partial reprint of a New York Post article:
Jurors in Brooklyn federal court reached the verdict Wednesday after less than five hours of deliberations — convicting him of racketeering, a charge that could put him away for life, and other counts.
Raniere mumbled under his breath as the foreperson read aloud the guilty verdicts to all seven counts against him but otherwise showed no emotion. He did not shake his attorneys’ hands before being handcuffed and led out of the courtroom.
Meanwhile, Catherine Oxenberg, the “Dynasty” star whose daughter India Oxenberg was one of Raniere’s sex slaves, sobbed throughout the entire proceeding from the back row of the courtroom.
The seven-week trial included testimony from some of Raniere’s sex slaves, who recalled in dramatic detail the self-styled guru’s twisted teachings.
Within Nxivm, Raniere ran a secret society called DOS, in which slaves were tasked with recruiting slaves of their own. The women were starved, branded with Raniere’s initials, and forced to sleep with him or perform other sex acts, according to testimony.
Raniere was also accused of having sex with a 15-year-old girl named Camila prior to forming DOS, which stood for Dominant Over Submissive.