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NXIVM founder Keith Raniere likely to spend life behind barsKeith Raniere, the former leader of the alleged cult NXIVM, was sentenced to 120 years in prison. Fifteen of his victims spoke during his sentencing. Nikki Battiste has been following this story and..
NXIVM founder sentenced to 120 years in prisonKeith Raniere has been convicted to 120 years in prison on several charges, including sex trafficking, racketeering and forced labor conspiracy.
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Keith Raniere Sentencing: Victim Describes Sexual Abuse by Nxivm LeaderAt his sentencing hearing, a victim told the courtroom that she was 15 when Mr. Raniere first sexually abused her. He is facing life in prison.
Keith Raniere, founder of cult-like group NXIVM, faces possible life sentence TuesdayNXIVM founder Keith Raniere, the subject of HBO's "The Vow," is due in Brooklyn federal court for sentencing Tuesday.
India Oxenberg ahead of Keith Raniere's sentencing: "I hope the judge gives him life in prison"India Oxenberg, a former member of NXIVM and daughter of actress Catherine Oxenberg, is speaking out about her time in the alleged cult. It comes ahead of group leader Keith Raniere's sentencing on..
Supporters of former NXIVM leader Keith Raniere speak outIn an unusual post-conviction move, supporters have filed a petition asking prosecutors in the Eastern District of New York to affirm their honesty.
Prosecutor denounces "con man" convicted in NXIVM cult caseU.S. Attorney Richard P. Donoghue addressed the media Wednesday after NXIVM leader Keith Raniere was convicted on all counts in a New York sex trafficking case. Donoghue called Raniere a "con man."
New York jury reaches verdict in trial of accused cult founderJurors on Wednesday reached a verdict in the case of Keith Raniere, the New York man accused of running a cult-like group in which women were kept on starvation diets, branded with his initials and..