Lawyers involved in the NXIVM case will now have access to all discovery materials obtained against Allison Mack, Keith Raniere and other NXIVM leaders.
The stipulation and order, signed by the United States Attorney and attorneys for the six defendants- NXIVM leaders Keith Raniere, Clare Bronfman, Nancy Salzman, Allison Mack, Lauren Salzman, and book keeper Kathy Russell-governs sensitive discovery material that the prosecution must provide to the defense.
Who are all these people named in the documents? Start here: Inside the Clinton-Connected Sex Cult
This includes highly sensitive information, including but not limited to discussion of mental and physical conditions, medical information, photographs and videos of victims, letters and videos that alleged victims provided to NXIVM leaders as “collateral”, sexual history and sexual conversations (the “Highly Sensitive Material”).
Read the full document here: https://frankreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/2018-07-31-discovery-agreement.pdf
Included in the discovery are materials such as personal financial information and personally identifiable information regarding individuals other than the defendants, information relating to their telephone numbers, addresses, social security numbers, bank accounts, email accounts and dates of birth.
According to the Discovery Agreement filed on July 31, 2018, “Some Discovery Materials identify or tend to identify, alleged victims of human smuggling, alien harboring, physical or mental abuse towards an intimate partner, stalking, sexual abuse or sex trafficking, both of the charged crimes and other crimes or bad conduct of the defendants (the “Victim Discovery Material”).
There is a LONG list of entities affiliated with Keith Raniere that are named in the document that are connected to him by “his teachings, his purported “technology,” or his purported “tools.” Clare Bronfman, daughter to the late Seagram’s liquor chairman and philanthropist, Edgar Bronfman Sr., is being charged with running a criminal enterprise that engaged in: money laundering, conspiracy to commit identity theft, attempted sex trafficking, encouraging and inducing illegal entry, trafficking and document servitude, state law extortion, sex trafficking, forced labor, wire fraud.
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