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Courtroom Testimony: Sex Cult Leader's Followers Believed He Could Heal, Control Weather

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Courtroom Testimony: Sex Cult Leader's Followers Believed He Could Heal, Control Weather

Courtroom Testimony: Sex Cult Leader's Followers Believed He Could Heal, Control Weather

Some members of alleged New York sex cult NXIVM believed their leader had the power to heal the sick and affect the weather.

According to Reuters, Keith Raniere faces crimes including sex trafficking and child pornography.

Prosecutors said Thursday that Raniere forced female “slaves” to have sex with him.

In some cases, he branded them with his initials.

Filmmaker Mark Vicente is the second witness to testify against Raniere.

It’s a well-intended veneer that covers a horrible evil.

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Courtroom Testimony: Sex Cult Leader's Followers Believed He Could Heal, Control Weather

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