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Several co-signers willing to help NXIVM co-founder with bond

August 29, 2018 04:49 PM

New documents filed by lawyers for Keith Raniere in the NXIVM investigation say several people are willing to be co-signers for his bond. However, Raniere's lawyers are filing a motion to have the names of those co-signers sealed from the public.

They say they're taking precautions because the potential co-signers are afraid of people who are against the secretive organization that's based in Colonie.

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Raniere is accused of grooming women to become sex slaves for him.

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