Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s close friend and top fundraiser has been exposed for his shady connections to a bizarre sex cult that branded young women that allegedly engaged in human trafficking.
Richard L. Mays is a top Democratic insider that was so close to the Clinton family, Bill appointed him as a Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court while governor of the state in 1979
Mays is also directly connected to a secretive group called Nxivm, whose founder Keith Raniere was just arrested in Mexico on federal charges.
He’s a high ranking member of the organization that reportedly “brainwashes” young women and engaged in sex trafficking. While involved in that supposed cult, New York Magazine also said Mays was acting as a close “Clinton friend” and adviser, and was also one of their “top fundraisers.”
At the same time, Raniere and his organization were reportedly spying on a billionaire’s secret email corespondents with Hillary and other world leaders. Top executives in the suspected cult gave tens of thousands of dollars to Hillary’s presidential election fund as well, according to Big League Politics.
Once again with a scandal linked to the Clinton family, the stink goes all the way to the top.
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In a letter attributed to Raniere previously posted on a website related to Nxivm, he denied the practices were sanctioned by the self-described self-help group.
“These allegations are most disturbing to me as non-violence is one of my most important values,” the letter said.
The complaint said that many victims participated in videotaped ceremonies where they were branded in their pelvic area with a symbol featuring Raniere’s initials.
“During the branding ceremonies, slaves were required to be fully naked, and the master would order one slave to film while the other held down the slave being branded,” the complaint says.
Investigators said Raniere preferred exceptionally thin women, so “slaves” had to stick to very low-calorie diets and document every food they ate. As punishment for not following orders, women were forced to attend classes where they were “forced to wear fake cow udders over their breasts while executives — possibly Mays — called them derogatory names,” or threatened with being put in cages, court papers say.
Raniere left the United States late last year after The New York Times reported the stories of some women who defected from their secret sorority and the government began interviewing potential witnesses. He sought to cover this trail by using encrypted email and ditching his phone, court papers say.
Raniere was arrested in Mexico in late March and is currently awaiting trail in Texas. According to the complaint, Raniere — known within the group as “Vanguard” — oversaw a barbaric system in which women were told the best way to advance was to become a “slave” overseen by “masters.”
They also were expected to have sex with him and do menial chores for masters, and to keep the arrangement a secret or be publicly humiliated, the complaint says.
Critics say it’s no surprise that top Clinton insiders would be drawn to such an organization.
So why haven’t Hillary and her pals been locked up yet?
— The Horn editorial team