The second day of Keith Raniere’s sex trafficking trial started with the judge dismissing a motion for a mistrial filed by the defense because some first and last names of people were used on the stand, instead of just first names. The judge has shown little patience for Raniere’s lawyer Marc Agnifilo’s trick plays.
“Then there was only one witness today, Sylvie, a branded slave, and some of her excruciating details of how she was a sex slave were brought forward,” whistleblower Frank Parlato, who is inside the courtroom each day, told Big League Politics. “She was a married woman. She was ordered not to have sex with her husband for two years, she was ordered to send nude photos of herself to Raniere. Her […]
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