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Keith Raniere Sentenced to 120 Years in Prison for NXIVM Sex Cult

Keith Raniere, the cofounder of NXIVM, was sentenced to 120 years in prison during a hearing in New York on Tuesday, October 27.The 60-year-old businessman was facing a minimum of 15 years for charges of sex trafficking of children, conspiracy and conspiracy to commit forced labor.He was convicted of seven felonies related to his involvement with NXIVM, which prosecutors labeled a sex cult.Ahead of his sentencing, the New York native spoke out about his alleged involvement in the scandal,

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Keith Raniere, the cofounder of NXIVM, was sentenced to 120 years in prison during a hearing in New York on Tuesday, October 27.The 60-year-old businessman was facing a minimum of 15 years for charges of sex trafficking of children, conspiracy and conspiracy to commit forced labor.He was convicted of seven felonies related to his involvement with NXIVM, which prosecutors labeled a sex cult.Ahead of his sentencing, the New York native spoke out about his alleged involvement in the scandal,
Radio Times Magazine.Victoria lives in London with her two sons, Oliver, 16, and Joe, 13, and her husband Mark Sandell.The Government enforced a rule of six last month in a bid to crackdown on soaring coronavirus cases across Britain.This means any gathering of more than six people in England is illegal, unless it meets one of the exemptions.The rule does not apply to households or bubbles of more than six, or gatherings for work or education.The Government has since introduced a three-tier

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