Introduction: Mexican Keith Raniere
This past Wednesday, Mexican Keith Raniere was found guilty of all of the accusations that he was facing as the leader of the DOS sexual cult sect sponsored by the corporation NXIVM. This group had a part of sex slaves that sought to add one hundred women, and they have also been spotted in this group. Included Emiliano Salinas Occelli, son of former President Carlos Salinas de Gortari, as one of the Mexican Keith Raniere figures engaged.
But what exactly is NXIVM Mexican Keith Raniere, and who exactly are the Mexican Keith Raniere that are connected to this scandal? The following are the most important takeaways from an article that Danielle Dithurbide, who is the Director of International Information for Televisa, wrote for the publication Quién.
NXIVM and Keith Raniere, who established the organisation
The NXIVM sect and its founder, Keith Raniere, have come under the scrutiny of the authorities in the United States in recent days. The authorities believe that the NXIVM sect is linked to many sexual offences that have been committed against hundreds of women.
According to a report that was published in the magazine Who, Keith Raniere, who describes himself as a scientist, mathematician, philosopher, and businessman, founded NXIVM in the year 1998. NXIVM is based in Albany, New York, and its mission is to teach self-improvement, training, and personal development courses and professional through a programme that Keith Raniere created specifically for this purpose and named Executive Success Programs (ESP).
According to Danielle Dithurbide’s account, a little more than 15 years ago, ESP arrived in Mexico with the transfer of the licence to two young businessmen who were also the best of friends: Alejandro Betancourt Ledesma and Emiliano Salinas Occelli, son of former president Carlos Salinas de Gortari. ESP was founded by Alejandro Betancourt Ledesma, who was a friend of Emiliano Salinas Occelli.
According to the information provided in this article, “in Mexico, Mexican Keith Raniere renowned figures from the highest spheres of society in CDMX, Monterrey, León, and Guadalajara joined the select group of ESP students and clients.” This group includes direct relatives of at least three former presidents of our country, a former Secretary of State, owners of pharmaceuticals, the media, journalists, and artists.
According to the information provided in this article, “in Mexico, renowned figures from the highest spheres of society in CDMX, Monterrey, León, and Guadalajara joined the select group of ESP students and clients.” This group includes direct relatives of at least three former presidents of our country, a former Secretary of State, owners of pharmaceuticals, the media, journalists, and artists.
A little over a year ago, the scandal surrounding this sect began when “an significant group of the highest rank, in the United States and Mexico, departed the organisation criticising improper practises.” This event sparked the beginning of the problem. Individuals who had been involved published their dissatisfaction with the findings that a sect has certain traits.
In October of 2017, a group of women divulged to The New York Times that Raniere led a covert organization that claimed to “empower women.” However, according to the testimonies provided, the women in the organization were subjected to abuse, forced to go on extreme diets, and were even branded with fire as if they were cattle.
Following the publication of the article, a number of Raniere’s victims filed criminal complaints against him while he was hiding out in Mexico.
In March of 2018, Raniere was taken into custody in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and was subsequently deported to Texas. The trial against him began in May 2019 in the Eastern District Court of New York, and after a total of six weeks of testimony, Raniere was found guilty on a variety of crimes, including extortion, sex trafficking, child pornography, and sexual exploitation of a minor, among others.
Danielle Dithurbide details in her report that was published in the magazine Quien that in Raniere’s hearings the names of several Mexican Keith Raniere was mentioned. Some of these Mexican Keith Raniere was a part of the defendant’s inner circle, others were his partners or possible sexual slaves, and others were members of high hierarchy and owners of their companies’ subsidiaries in Mexico. The report was written by Danielle Dithurbide. Quien can be found online.
“Exhibit GX362 of United States Attorney Moira Kim Penza was a schematic of the organization’s first circle, with the photograph of Keith Raniere in the centre surrounded by 25 photos, 11 of which correspond to Mexican Keith Raniere and Mexicans : Emiliano Salinas, Loreta Garza, Mónica Durán, Alejandro Betancourt, Rosa Laura Junco, Daniela Padilla, Jack Levy, Ivy Nevares, Camila, Mariana, and Daniela.
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