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‘I Heard A Woman Screaming’: NEW Neighbor Testimony In Kirsten Gillibrand Family Sex Cult Case

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A former top employee of the NXIVM sex cult tells Big League Politics that Democrat senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s stepmother was an active member of the upstate New York cult while Gillibrand’s father actually worked for the cult.
NXIVM leaders Keith Raniere and Allison Mack are standing trial on human-trafficking and child sex trafficking charges. The cult’s benefactors donated lavishly to Hillary Clinton and even hacked Hillary Clinton’s non-secure emails.

“I think I realized Raniere was a Luciferian. “Before that, I just thought he was a guy who liked to have sex with a lot of women and necessarily sleep all day,” says Frank Parlato of Keith Raniere, who was recorded identifying himself as a “demon.”

“There is no doubt in my mind Raniere had sex with girls from age 12 to 15 many times. As for Chihuahua last year – something happened. What exactly, I don’t know, but it was not pretty and it involved Raniere and a number of teen girls from Chihuahua. Rosa Laura Junco may know. The Lebaron’s may know. The girls – who are back in Chihuahua – know. Whether they will tell, is anybody’s guess.”

Frank Parlato, former NXIVM publicist who has exposed the fact that Raniere was branding women, told Big League Politics that the cult is nothing less than a Satanic organization with ties to major Democratic politicians and an extremely disturbing record with children.

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Parlato comes forward now with three neighbor eyewitness accounts and new personal testimony about a human trafficking ring operating out of Chihuaha, Mexico that led to Raniere temporarily gaining custody of underage girls:

Neighbor #1:

I can tell you a story. I was walking up to the Mobil store in the summer one evening, going to get cigarettes and cut across the hill to save time. I heard screaming from one of the houses in the next cul-de-sac [Washington Lane]  I heard this woman screaming. It was not just an argument. It was like, “Oh God, help me… no, no, no!

I went over there. As I got nearer, I continued to hear the screaming. “Oh no it can’t be –  help!”

[He took me over and showed me the house.]

I heard this screaming and I can tell the difference if someone is just upset on the phone.  This was different. I rang the bell. Knocked on the door. It became dead silent. The lights went out.  I waited. I saw there was a black car in the driveway. When no one answered and the lights went out, I went over to the Mobil.  I wondered if I should call the police. I bought my cigarettes and decided to go back and check the house again. The house was quiet and the black car was gone. There was no more screaming and the house was dark.

I think personally – knowing what we know now – that she might have been getting branded or forced to watch movies.  It was a blood curdling scream of fear and pain. She kept crying. “Oh God., Oh God- no- oh my God no! Half crying, half screaming. At first I thought she got maybe a phone call – that somebody died. But I don;t think so. I did not hear any other voices. When I rang the bell, it got quiet.

I really don’t know what went on there.

Neighbor #2

“Keith would walk up and down Independence all over the neighborhood and he would always have a girl at his side or two girls – and he would hold their hand or hold her close or kiss her and it was just creepy., We kind of pieced things together watching daily routines and it was just creepy. We didn’t know about the S & M club. We didn’t know about any of that. We just knew he was constantly out with all those girls. He was my age and he was with 18-19 year old girls and it was creepy. I mean they were young enough to be his granddaughters.”

Neighbor #3:

Parlato: “Yet another neighbor told me that Keith would gather a group of 20-30 women on Friday mornings and have them run around in circles while he sat in a chari and watched them. They would all come over in their cars or walk. Some of them came with children and the women would run. It seemed that Keith would be training them.

After running in circles for a while, they would all leave.

This was done in front of Flintlock Lane.

The neighbor also said that before they removed the tennis courts near her home, Keith would sometimes teach people tennis. She said sometimes he even taught a male.”

Here is Keith Raniere talking to some of the women in his deranged cult in which he hypnotized women and performed human experiments.

Raniere is on the record stating the following:I am very devilish. I think I am probably the worst coach in the world because I am just a demon. You know if I am coaching you I am going to have you do something with your left hand, your right hand, your left foot, your right foot, your head, and then I am going to ask you to, you know, just the hard thing.  So I do this and it is with a twisted sense of pleasure in someways.”

Raniere said that he has had people killed because of what he believed and what they believed.

Raniere made reference to “data” at the beginning of the conversation with two women in this video.

“You’re not going to get it from me,” Raniere says of the “data.”

Raniere was bankrolled by the Bronfman sisters, heiresses to the Seagrams fortune. Clare Bronfman, Hillary Clinton donor, expects to be indicted alongside Mack and Raniere.

 

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