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NXVIM leader sentenced to 120 years

A federal court sentenced Keith Raniere, who founded and led NXVIM and Dominus Obsequious Sororium (DOS), which was a racketeering enterprise that engaged in human smuggling, human trafficking, forced labor, wire fraud and obstruction of justice, to 120 years in prison and fined him in the amount of $1,750,000. A federal jury convicted him in June 2019. See and

A federal court also sentenced Clare Bronfman, who was a senior member of NXIVM, to 81 months in prison and fined her in the amount of $500,000 for fraud and human smuggling. She pleaded guilty in April 2019 and forfeited $6 million. See

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