Keith Raniere (left) and his accused sidekick, “Smallville” actress Allison Mack, are also being accused of crimes related to the alleged self-help group NXIVM. (YouTube/AP)
A so-called casting director and photographer, named Rachel “Ray” Chandler, of the Chandler family newspaper dynasty, that previously owned the Los Angeles Times for decades, graduated in 2005 from the Brentwood School in Los Angeles and has now been mentioned by Qanon once again, but this time, being cited as being “100 times worse” than Allison Mack of NXIVM, after previously being alluded to in the same breath as Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton and The Standard Hotel in the spring last year….
Keith Raniere, pictured with his lawyers, in a courtroom sketch from the first week of the trial. (Elizabeth Williams/Shutterstock)
… On Monday, Mark Vicente, formerly a top member within Nxivm’s ranks, testified about how Raniere pushed women in the organization to practically starve themselves by only eating the likes of cucumber. Vicente noted that a group of women had gathered around Allison Mack—the former Smallville actress who’s been among several inner-circle, ex-Nxivm members pleading guilty to likes of racketeering—who “didn’t look healthy.” He said that women were encouraged to eat very little, and even less so if they made any kind of infraction: When Vicente apparently told Ranierethat Mack looked “broken,” the Nxivm leader shot back: “I’m trying to break her.”
Nxivm leader Keith Raniere’s hunger for power knew no bounds — he was plotting to try to install a female lieutenant in a top political office, one of his “slave masters’’ said in Brooklyn court Monday.
Lauren Salzman, a member of Raniere’s supposed elite inner circle, DOS, testified that she and her cohorts were encouraged to recruit “people of power and influence” to the group.
Raniere hoped “that we might have a DOS candidate in a high-level political office,’’ she said.
The candidate would have to be “highly collateralized,’’ Salzman said — meaning Raniere would have enough dirt on her to control her through threats of blackmail.
Salzman said that ultimately, Raniere — who is on trial for sex trafficking while masquerading as the leader of a self-help organization — planned to grow DOS into an army of followers. …
I continue to be amazed at the “connections” (RED FONT) in areas that I had no idea about before hearing about Qanon. Years ago, the Holy Spirit led me to call my prophecy research “Prophecy Connections.” Now I understand that He was WAY AHEAD OF ME!