Keith Raniere, leader of an alleged sex cult (Nxivm) was arrested in Mexico and brought back to USA to face criminal charges of overseeing a “slave and master” system where female members were expected to have sex with him and had his initials burnt into their skins.
Federal prosecutors in USA say Mr Raniere was unco-operative when immigration officials detained him at a villa in Mexico. They say after he was arrested, women he was staying with “chased the car in which the defendant was being transported in their own car at high speed“.
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Sarah Edmondson shows the brand she received as part of a secret sorority ritual while part of the self-help group Nxivm, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 27, 2017. Edmondson, who has left the group, and other former followers of Keith Raniere, the leader of the group, said they were focusing on recovering. There is no playbook for leaving a cult, Edmondson said. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times)
Keith Raniere, founder of NXIVM, entering the Dalai Lama event and moments before being served with court papers at the Palace Theater in downtown Albany on Wed., May 6, 2009. (Patrick Dodson / Courtesy of Albany Student Press)
After accepting a substantial donation said to be $1 million from Clare and Sara Bronfman, The Dalai Lama presents their Christlike Vanguard with a white scarf costing $20.