It's just a "lifestyle choice" that should be protected.
NXIVM cult leader Keith Raniere’s child sex trafficking trial saw fireworks at the end as his attorney tried to paint Raniere’s Satanic child trafficking as a “lifestyle” that should be protected.
“The word ‘cult’ has come up a few times. I don’t think that helps you,” Raniere’s lawyer said, noting that “the conduct, looked at objectively, is pretty out there. But that doesn’t make it a crime.”
The prosecution clearly scored the upper hand in closing arguments by reminding the jury of the horrific abuse that Raniere’s sex slaves, trafficked from Mexico, endured, including a teen girl named Daniela who got locked in a room for two years for being attracted to a man other than Raniere.
Closing arguments began Monday at Brooklyn federal court in the sex trafficking trial of NXIVM cult leader Keith Raniere, who stands accused of violating young illegal immigrant girls from Mexico and imprisoning them on threat of deportation by the cult. Human experiments and Satanism-inspired rituals took place at the cult, according to the mountains of evidence exposed by this historic trial of the new century.
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