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Chet Hardin is the former news editor of Metroland, a now-defunct alt weekly in the Albany, NY area -- Raniere's stomping grounds. He is also co-author with Toni Natalie on her recently released book which is controversial for more reasons than just being about NXIVM. In this talk, Mr. Hardin discusses his encounters with NXIVM as news editor of the paper that was sued by NXIVM ... and on from there went his adventure. A good talk, an hour and a half long. Toni Natalie joins him at the end of this vid.



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Next Sunday, December 8 -- the Investigation Discovery channel will be running a two hour special called "The Lost Women of NXIVM".


THE LOST WOMEN OF NXIVM begins with [Frank] Parlato’s investigation into the missing persons case of Kristin Snyder, who disappeared on February 6, 2003 after being forcibly removed from one of NXIVM’s Executive Success Programs (ESP) due to erratic behavior. Her abandoned vehicle was found the next day with an apparent suicide note inside, but her body has never been recovered. In an exclusive interview, Parlato speaks with Snyder’s wife of two years, Heidi Clifford, who claims that Snyder was pregnant with Raniere’s child at the time of her disappearance. Parlato quickly discovers that just months before Snyder vanished, 33-year-old Gina Hutchinson was found dead also due to an apparent suicide. Heidi Hutchinson speaks with Parlato about her sister’s association with Raniere from a young age.

With the help of an anonymous source, Parlato also explores the deaths of two additional LOST WOMEN OF NXIVM, 63-year-old Barbara Jeske and 57-year-old Pamela Cafritz. Both women lived with Keith Raniere and were part of his trusted inner circle, many of whom mysteriously developed terminal cancer. After collecting potential hair evidence from the source, Parlato sets out to explore if it is possible that the women, experiencing a cluster of cancers, were poisoned over a period of years.

Additional revelations in THE LOST WOMEN OF NXIVM include the very first on-record interview with Kristin Keeffe, who divulges what she knows from her 24-year relationship with Keith Raniere. She is one of the many women Raniere impregnated, but unlike allegedly dozens of others, she was not forced to have an abortion. When her son was 7-years-old, Keeffe escaped and went into hiding to protect herself and her son. Additional interviews include: Susan Dones, a former NXIVM trainer, whose video footage secretly recorded Raniere speaking to other high-ranking officials of NXIVM boasting “I’ve had people killed because of my beliefs.” Neil Glazer, an attorney for NXIVM survivors; Rick Ross, an expert on extremist groups; Dr. Jana Lalich, a sociologist, former NXIVM consultants; and many more.


More info here: https://corporate.discovery.com/discover...-of-nxivm/

I've seen a sneak peek of part of this and it really looks like it's uncovering some good information.
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(12-02-2019, 12:56 AM)Fritzy Ritz Wrote: Next Sunday, December 8 -- the Investigation Discovery channel will be running a two hour special called "The Lost Women of NXIVM".


THE LOST WOMEN OF NXIVM begins with [Frank] Parlato’s investigation into the missing persons case of Kristin Snyder, who disappeared on February 6, 2003 after being forcibly removed from one of NXIVM’s Executive Success Programs (ESP) due to erratic behavior. Her abandoned vehicle was found the next day with an apparent suicide note inside, but her body has never been recovered. In an exclusive interview, Parlato speaks with Snyder’s wife of two years, Heidi Clifford, who claims that Snyder was pregnant with Raniere’s child at the time of her disappearance. Parlato quickly discovers that just months before Snyder vanished, 33-year-old Gina Hutchinson was found dead also due to an apparent suicide. Heidi Hutchinson speaks with Parlato about her sister’s association with Raniere from a young age.

With the help of an anonymous source, Parlato also explores the deaths of two additional LOST WOMEN OF NXIVM, 63-year-old Barbara Jeske and 57-year-old Pamela Cafritz. Both women lived with Keith Raniere and were part of his trusted inner circle, many of whom mysteriously developed terminal cancer. After collecting potential hair evidence from the source, Parlato sets out to explore if it is possible that the women, experiencing a cluster of cancers, were poisoned over a period of years.

Additional revelations in THE LOST WOMEN OF NXIVM include the very first on-record interview with Kristin Keeffe, who divulges what she knows from her 24-year relationship with Keith Raniere. She is one of the many women Raniere impregnated, but unlike allegedly dozens of others, she was not forced to have an abortion. When her son was 7-years-old, Keeffe escaped and went into hiding to protect herself and her son. Additional interviews include: Susan Dones, a former NXIVM trainer, whose video footage secretly recorded Raniere speaking to other high-ranking officials of NXIVM boasting “I’ve had people killed because of my beliefs.” Neil Glazer, an attorney for NXIVM survivors; Rick Ross, an expert on extremist groups; Dr. Jana Lalich, a sociologist, former NXIVM consultants; and many more.


More info here:  https://corporate.discovery.com/discover...-of-nxivm/

I've seen a sneak peek of part of this and it really looks like it's uncovering some good information.

Wow. The first line of this doc: (Silver Spring, Md.)— The rise and fall of Keith Raniere and the now defunct NXIVM cult is one of the most disturbing scandals of our age.

What is being missed is that NXIVM is NOT defunct. It goes on with 'new handlers' all over the world. Why is this being missed? Only Raniere is in custody, awaiting his sentencing. How is it people are missing the main point here? These places just run along under 'new management' behind the scenes and we're supposed to believe that 'it's over' for them? Nope. I ain't buyin' it.
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(12-02-2019, 08:38 AM)Firefly Wrote:
(12-02-2019, 12:56 AM)Fritzy Ritz Wrote:

Wow.  The first line of this doc:  (Silver Spring, Md.)— The rise and fall of Keith Raniere and the now defunct NXIVM cult is one of the most disturbing scandals of our age.

What is being missed is that NXIVM is NOT defunct.  It goes on with 'new handlers' all over the world.  Why is this being missed?  Only Raniere is in custody, awaiting his sentencing.  How is it people are missing the main point here?  These places just run along under 'new management' behind the scenes and we're supposed to believe that 'it's over' for them?  Nope.  I ain't buyin' it.

Actually, on August 26, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey ruled that NXIVM no longer exists, according to this report: https://frankreport.com/2019/11/23/judge...m-leaders/

We know this is a legality. We have read reports about Nicki Clyne recruiting in Brooklyn and Oscar Boone running the ops down in Mexico and don't forget Sarah Bronfman's "daycare" centers in France. But NXIVM as a legal entity apparently doesn't exist, according to the Feds in New Jersey, according to the report I just linked. Got that? Chuckle

The Feds also told us that Epstein killed himself.

Okay, but back to the Investigation Discovery thing -- what they are exploring is the possibility of four women actually being murdered by NXIVM. A couple of these cases were officially closed without much or any investigation. So that's what the program is about.

It's something to watch on Sunday night while you wonder why the NDNY doesn't seem to be doing anything with the CP charges against NXIVM that were handed over to them by the EDNY.
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Sentencing for NXIVM financier and billionaire Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman, 40, is postponed as judge considers giving her MORE jail time than the recommended two years

The sentencing for Clare Bronfman, the financier of the sex cult NXIVM, has been postponed, it was announced Thursday

The 40-year-old billionaire heiress to the Canadian conglomerate Seagram was due to be sentenced on January 8, but it was pushed back to February 14

Brooklyn Judge Nicholas Garaufis postponed it to consider giving her a longer prison sentence than the recommenced 21 to 27 months

Bronfman pleaded guilty in April to conspiring to harbor immigrants for financial gain and fraudulent use of identification in her time with NXIVM

She joined NXIVM in the early 2000s and became its legal enforcer, filing and financing lawsuits against the enemies of cult leader Keith Raniere

She used her family fortune from Seagram liquor to pay off Raniere's debts

Quote:The sentencing for the financier of the sex cult NXIVM has been postponed as a judge considers giving her more prison time than recommended amount, it was announced Thursday.

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Clare Bronfman, the 40-year-old billionaire heiress to the Canadian conglomerate Seagram, was due to be sentenced on January 8, but on Thursday Brooklyn Judge Nicholas Garaufis pushed the date back to February 14.

It was recommended that she serve 21 to 27 months in prison, but Garaufis is considering an even longer sentence.

However, Garaufis did not provide an explanation as to why he's considering a harsher sentence, according to the New York Post.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...poned.html
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Clare Bear is going to be sentenced on Valentine's Day.

Here is the latest order from Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis:

ORDER re: Defendant Clare Bronfman’s [819] Motion to Adjourn Sentencing Hearing. The Application is GRANTED. Ms. Bronfman’s sentencing hearing is adjourned to February 14, 2020 at 11:00 am in Courtroom 4D South. Ms. Bronfman and the Government shall file their written objections to the pre-sentence report, if any, by no later than January 9, 2020. Ms. Bronfman may make a sentencing submission by no later than January 27, 2020. The Government may make its sentencing submission by no later than February 5, 2020. The court declines Ms. Bronfman’s request to otherwise elaborate on its December 17, 2019 scheduling order. Ordered by Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis on 12/19/2019.

Full story here: https://frankreport.com/2019/12/19/clare...two-years/

In another perhaps related development, there is a motion to guard the identities of some of the victims who will testify at the sentencing of each of the NXies. Their names will be known to the defendants, of course, but not made publicly known.

Full story here: https://frankreport.com/2019/12/20/prose...e-objects/
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