Daily Beast catches whiff of hypocrisy as Kristin Kreuk Dodges “Her NXIVM Cult Past’ while playing brave lawyer on TV series

You can run but you can’t hide.  This is a lesson that Kristin Kreuk may yet have to learn. Following multiple articles in Frank Report, the Daily Beast is now calling her involvement with the NXIVM sex slaver cult a ‘controversy.”  Amy Zimmerman of the Beast writes in How Actress Kristin Kreuk Is Dodging Her NXIVM Cult Past.

Kreuk’s Canadian investigative drama, Burden of Truth, premiered on the CW last week.

“She’s starring in the new CW series, ‘Burden of Truth,’ playing a lawyer investigating a town of sick girls—and is refusing to answer any questions about her NXIVM ties.”

That says it all.  The hypocrisy is palpable.
Kreuk plays [and I emphasize the word “plays”] Joanna Hanley, a hotshot attorney who begins the series by representing a big pharmaceutical company that may have irreparably harmed a growing group of high schoolers – then turns heroine and decides to risk all to expose the Cult Big Pharma.

The Beast article reveals that in real life Kreuk is dodging questions about NXIVM.

“The 35-year-old actress has done a smattering of interviews around the CW summer premiere, discussing her role as executive producer and star of the show with headlines like ‘Kristin Kreuk talks her strong and passionate character.’ What these articles don’t cover is NXIVM, the sex cult that seized international attention this year with the arrest of leader Keith Raniere and Kreuk’s Smallville co-star, Allison Mack. Mack…  was reportedly introduced to NXIVM in 2006 by Kreuk. … When The Daily Beast reached out for an interview with Kreuk, a publicist for the CW responded, ‘We are not answering any questions about Allison Mack or NXIVM so I would need to make sure this is only about the series.’…

“Given the overlap between the real-life scandal Kreuk’s become associated with and the central themes of her new series, those banned questions could have led to a fascinating conversation.

“Kreuk was listed in a 2012 Times Union article about NXIVM’s “rich, powerful, and influential” members. Former NXIVM publicist turned whistleblower Frank Parlato wrote in a 2018 post that, in addition to recruiting friends like Mack, Kreuk had reportedly been a NXIVM coach. ‘As NXIVM’s former publicist, I know Kreuk was used as NXIVM’s star recruitment tool,’ Parlato wrote. ‘She was a draw for those who wanted to meet her. She made herself available to recruit. I recall speaking with one radio show host who was eager to meet Kreuk and agreed to promote a NXIVM a-Cappella event—if he could have Kreuk on the show. I set it up and he plugged the hell out of it, as I recall.’

“As if Kreuk’s character’s mission to protect an army of vulnerable young women wasn’t topical enough, this pilot seems to suggest that there’s something dark going on beneath the surface—some sort of psychic distress or underlying trauma that’s terrorizing the young women of Millwood.”

The Beast writes, “Kristin Kreuk does an admirable job forcing life into a character who’s been tasked with delivering lines like ‘litigation is war’ and ‘my retainer is usually 10K, but buy me a burger and I’m yours for an hour.’…”

As the Beast reports: “In a series of increasingly tight close-ups, we watch the lawyer [Kreuk] weigh her extreme guilt and curiosity against her desire to return to a place where you can order sushi on Seamless and there’s more than one kind of white wine. Eventually, disturbed when her waitress collapses and haunted by the words of a teen who she sweet-talked into taking a settlement, Hanley storms into the local law firm demanding a battery of CT scans.”

She is now ready to take on Big Pharma and find out the dark secrets – no matter what the cost!

My goodness, Kristin Kreuk plays one brave lady on TV – which, when contrasted to her sheer cowardice in real life, it seems rather humorous to watch her.

The show’s original network, CBC, referred to the series as ‘an Erin-Brockovich style legal drama.”

But let’s face it, Kreuk is no Erin Brockovich.

 





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  • Kristin’s plan to lay low and avoid talking about NXIVM seems to be paying off…because fewer people seem to be talking about her…here in the comments anyway.
    Some past posts about her generated well over a 100 comments, but Frank’s July 26th post got only 79. And today’s post is slowly edging toward 20.
    Maybe her involvement has become old news.
    I suspect unless Kristin is named in the court case interest in her here (and in the press) will fade away.

    • Kreuk is desperate not to talk about what she did, what she participated in and what she knows because she did not only just discover she was in a cult.

  • Hey Frank, remember just a few months ago back on April 12 when you wrote this little gem, “I fought back, but never think for a second I sought to inflict pain – not even to Raniere. I sought only to stop people – including me – from experiencing pain from him.” So were you lying when you wrote that or are you just being a hypocrite when you continue to publish hit pieces about some of NXIVM’s former members, especially someone who quit back in 2013. You’ve called Clare and Keith spiteful and vindictive. What are you being when you rehash the same hit piece on the same person over and over.

    Back in February, you wrote of Kreuk,”she should speak out. Not because EXPians need her help. She needs to do it for her own sake.” Well she made it clear in her statement on NXIVM, which she still has up on her Twitter and Instagram accounts, what she feels about DOS and her association with NXIVM so why keep harping on her? You took down your hit piece on Scott Starr, who had a website promoting Executive Success Programs and promoted NXIVM courses on other websites, but continue to attack Kreuk. I don’t find that Scott Starr has been one of the brave ones who publicly came forward and went to the press to tell his story so why does he get a pass? Is it because he is a white male; because he is not an actor? I read that you blame hollywood for turning you into a eunuch and robbing you of your manliness and you have been called out in the past for being a racist and misogynist ? Is that why you can’t stop yourself from attacking women like Kreuk and Grace Park?

    • But you’re here commenting on a website that has commentary on the shitty article written about a no-namer that you obviously know the name of, so what does that say ’bout you?

  • Ok so she got out! Lots of blood on her hands.. But she got out in 2012! It got worse she got out before! Frank posted articles about AM and KR CHILD trafficking has this been buried??? On the charges?? Mainstreamedia

    • Kristin Kreuk claims she left in 2013, not 2012. She stayed in and was still coaching after victims of Keith Raniere’s paedophille rape came forward in the February 2012 Times Union expose.

      • Well according to people who have been interviewed, members were told it was a smear campaign. And since Raniere wasn’t arrested back then, many probably believed it was just a smear campaign. Look at what is happening right now with Trump and his people crying fake news and witch hunt. Many of Trump’s hard core followers buy it and anything else he tells them.

        • The police report that was published was dated years before the women spoke to the Times Union in February 2012. Raniere was not arrested becuase a girl did not go undercover with a microphone to gather evidence.

          The paedophilia was just one bit of information out there. Tax evasion, money laundering, lawsuit terrorism, harassment, the NXIVM Nine, Toni Natalie, Kristin Snyder…

  • Kristin Kreuk is no Erin Brockovich, but she sure can put on an act that has zero alignment in her real life. I therefore nominate her for an academy award in a new category invented just for her: best leading actress in a criminal, sexually perverted RICO scam.

    On a more serious note, she should put out a short, consistent message every time someone asks her a question about NXIVM. That would be far better than what her publicist, lawyer, or whoever is telling her to be silent. Something such as (assuming this is true), “I took self-improvement classes, left years ago, and was never aware of the more recent, sordid stories.” If pressed to divulge more, just keep repeating the statement until reporter goes away. If she can’t do this without her nose growing like Pinocchio, then she should be fired, and indicted if sufficient evidence can be obtained.

  • It’s 2020 and Frank still writes articles abt Kristin kreuk eventhou she left the cult in 2012, bcause they’re giving him traffics.

    • LOL. Very true. Seems Frank knows his 7 minutes of fame are at an end and is no longer trying to keep up the pretense. I assumed someone would expose Frank for who he really is, but looks like he’s doing a great job of that himself.

    • 2013 actually. She was in Vancouver in May 2015 and was publically thanked by someone for her “encouragement” on his recent NXIVM cult course, three years and three months after women who were raped by Keith Raniere as children spoke to the Times Union, an expose that even mentioned Kreuk as a member.

      • Since many of the comments on here contain half-truths, inaccurate information, confuse what people speculate and repeat assumptions as facts, can you provide a link to this public thanking that occurred in May 2015. The former NXIVM INSIDER who spoke to Vice in April said, “Kristin left in 2012 and really distanced herself from everybody. Her ex was in the company, so I assumed that was the point of resistance. As an insider I know there’s no way Kristin would have known about the slavery or branding until it became public. She wasn’t in touch, she completely distanced herself for personal and professional reasons.” Thanks

        • – Kreuk claimed herself that she left in 2013, not 2012. This ‘insider’ either made a mistake or deliberately lied. Just like a Vice article that claimed Kendra Voth left in 2009, yet she was named in the full 2011 NXIVM coach list.

          – “she wasn’t in touch, she completely distanced herself for personal and professional reasons”. So she cut ties with Allison Mack? Sarah Edmondson? Marissa Cepelinski? Olivia Cheng? Kreuk said herself she had “minimal contact” with cult members. Minimal contact is contact. Having “minimal contact” if it was in fact minimal contact is not the same as “completely distanced”. This ‘insider’ either made a mistake or is lying.

          • I’ve only seen Kreuk’s statement where she wrote that she left “about 5 years ago.” Is there one where she actually says 2013? i remember Edmondson wrote 2013 in her statement where she refuted Frank’s lies to the NY Post. And I thought people said that they didn’t know the date of that coach list, only that it was published in 2011. Didn’t people say just recently when Frank published the list of all the members and SOP guys that NXIVM kept people on their lists for a while even after they left? But people could be lying or the reporting is just sloppy. Look at the stuff Frank throws up. He can’t even get the name of a TV show correct. I have no idea how much if any contact Kreuk had with those people after she quit but I know people can totally distance themselves from an organization and still have some contact with people. Don’t you find that to be the case with former places of employment?

          • Who csres if she had contact with other nxivm members/friends.

            The anger in the Vancouver community is being led by Carolyn Burak who several sources have informed us is very unstable, engaging in threatening, slanderous, and extortion behaviour and both the media and local police are aware of her and her intentions.

      • “She was in Vancouver in May 2015”

        Kristin Kreuk is from Vancouver.
        Her father is a Vancouver based landscape architect.

        Moreover in May 2015 the DOS part of NXIVM as well as the brandings were just getting started.

  • The real hypocrisy in the NXIVM story is Allison Mack talking about female empowerment while luring women into a sex slave cult.
    If Allison Mack had had her way Kelly Clarkson and Emma Watson would now be sex slaves.
    Did the “brave” Allison Mack ever stand up to the perverted Keith Raniere and call him out?
    No, Allison Mack enthusiastically joined in on Keith Raniere’s perversions. because Allison Mack is a pervert herself.
    Read Frank Parlato’s article on Ms. Mack and the 8 year old gymnast girl.

    Allison Mack has spent 12 years traveling through NXIVM with her Eyes Wide Shut.

    • Allison Mack wasn’t really brainwashed. As you say, she enthusiastically joined in after she found out what it was really all about. She must have had a sadistic or sado-masochistic streak all along. She certainly was power hungry. So I don’t think her eyes were shut to what was going on. The only thing she may not have seen coming were the consequences she would face.
      It is actually interesting that many of the female leaders within NXIVM were initially skeptical: Nancy, Clare, Allison,…

  • kk did try to get Alison out near the end. That was documented a month or so ago on here. Cowardice yes, but smart to shut the hell up until everything blows over. Speaking of which ……….. where is Grace Park?

    • What proof is there that Kreuk tried to get Allison Mack out? She was still very much a supporter of NXIVM in May 2015. She was in Vancouver at the time and was thanked for her “encouragement” on someone’s recent NXIVM cult course. Between late May to November 2015, she was filming the fourth and final season of Beauty and the Beast. One year, four months later, Sarah Edmondson was branded. Kreuk did not care about the paedophilia, the rape, the tax evasion, the money laundering. So when and why did she try to get Allison Mack out, if she did? Frank broke the DOS story three months (?) after Edmondson was branded. Kreuk is just desperate to hang on to her fame and money privileges. She thinks it is her right to be on television, receive huge amounts of money and do interviews where she can portray herself the way she wants her public image to be.

  • This is just getting silly beyond belief.

    Hypocrisy is doing something you say not to do, or not doing something you say should be done.

    Kristin hasn’t done anything hypocritical by not delving into further details about NXIVM in interviews about her work. She already released a statement explaining why she joined, how long she was a part of it, and how she feels about her past association to it due to recent events, using words such as “disgusted” and “embarrassing”. She obviously finds the notion of a sex cult of slave women to a man as repugnant to anyone who has a clue and can read the signs.

    She isn’t even similar to Tom Cruise who disallows any questions about Scientology in his interviews as he is still in the Church while Kristin is no longer a part of NXIVM and hasn’t officially been for a half a decade at least, nominally even more.

    – What these articles don’t cover is NXIVM, the sex cult…

    This conflation is completely false and it is unsurprising that these type of articles keep getting it wrong. NXIVM is not the sex cult. NXIVM is a corporate entity registered with the IRS that purports to teach self-help seminars and it has been controversially described as a cult. It is DOS that is/was the secret sex cult within NXIVM and Kristin was only a part of NXIVM and *never* the sex cult. She never had a relationship to the sex cult.

    – My goodness, Kristin Kreuk plays one brave lady on TV – which, when contrasted to her sheer cowardice in real life, it seems rather humorous to watch her.

    Yeah, so what? Kristin is an actor/entertainer. She sometimes plays a role just for fun, sometimes plays a role with themes that she believes in, and she sometimes uses her platform to discuss social issues that she finds are important to her, just like many other actors. Liam Neeson is not Bryan Mills. He’s not going to go start karate chopping and killing people if someone kidnaps his daughter. Mel Gibson is not William Wallace and would likely beg for mercy instead of choosing to be racked and gutted on a torture block instead of yelling “Freedom!!!”. The type of people often displayed as heroes in entertainment are role models, exemplars, people who are to be modeled and looked up to for what they sacrificed, etc. They are supposed to inspire. The vast majority of people don’t live up to them let alone the actors who play them. That doesn’t make them cowards. It only makes them normal, regular people.

    I don’t even see how the current NXIVM/DOS situation thematically relates to her current show. She plays a lawyer trying to find out why some teen girls are getting sick to obtain some compensation for them from a corporation that may have wronged them. It has nothing to do with sex, patriarchy, feminism, misogyny, etc. which is what the conversation about the cult deals with. Kristin isn’t a lawyer or prosecutor. She wasn’t explicitly wronged by NXIVM like Toni Natalie or Barbara Bouchey were. She didn’t even know what was happening inside of it the years after she left. Sarah Edmondson didn’t even know about DOS until she was stripped naked and saw her fellow female members being branded. Kristin just moved on with her life and career and forgot about it well before DOS even formed.

    • February 2012:

      – Kreuk is named in Joseph O’Hara’s criminal lawsuit against NXIVM for assisting and or profiting from NXIVM criminal activity.

      – The Times Union expose came out with women coming forward talking about how they were raped by Raniere as children with a real police report and Kreuk was named in that expose.

      – John Tigue released the Necker Island photographs for the 2010 cult summit with information about how the cult were laundering money and how the attendees on the island discussed money laundering including hiding money in the Caribbean.

      Kreuk stayed. Allison Mack posted a picture to her Instagram page in June 2012 of herself, Kreuk and Mark Hildreth in New York. In November 2017, somebody on Reddit claimed “about five years ago” (2012), she did a NXIVM cult course in LA and Kreuk showed up on the second day looking half alert and her legs unshaven. She stayed on until at least 2013, only leaving because she broke up with a Mark Hildreth and moved to Toronto.

      Kreuk was in Vancouver in May 2015 and was thanked by someone for her “encouragement” on his recent NXIVM cult course, three years and three months after victims of Raniere’s paedophilia came forward in the Feb 2012 Times Union expose that also named Kreuk as a member.

      Her silence on NXIVM between 2006-2017 was due to her being very pro-NXIVM. She had no problems with the cult and all the allegations and information out there. Her silence after Frank broke the story (well done Frank), was because she does not want to lose her fame/money privileges and have a bad public image. She only made that weak tepid statement because the press forced it out of her. They should of gone after her in 2012/13. She pretends to care about all these “causes” that have nothing to do with her, but when it comes to talking about something she was 100% deeply involved with, she stays silent proving that her virtue signalling is empty and she is a hypocritical coward on an intellectual and moral level.

      In 2017, she attached herself to this Phoolon Devi documentary, kept going on about “patriarchy”, signed an open letter against a theatre employee accused of inappropriate behaviour, retweeted a tweet by Rose McGowen calling for men to side with women, she claimed she never felt safe on set (bullshit), the “need” for more female directors/producers/writers, she claimed women won’t be silent anymore (irony!), she spoke about Weinstein and more. She had a link on her instagram page to something about missing indigenous women (despite the fact 7/10 missing indigenous people are males) yet nothing about the missing body of Kristin Snyder. She said if you are a white male trying to get in the entertainment industry, there is nothing for you and it is a “good thing”. She still has not acknowledged Raniere, Mack, that she was a coach etc.

      Kreuk sent someone to the press to do damage control for her but has made herself look even more guilty. The person claimed that Kreuk left the cult because of “sex cult rumours” and left before finding out if it was true. What bullshit. Kreuk claims to of left in 2013 and DOS, the “sex cult” part was not formed until 2015 and did not heat up until 2016. Why lie? Kreuk did not leave when women came forward and spoke about being raped by Raniere as children in the same expose that named her as a member did she? She was still a supporter years later.

      • February 2012:

        – Kreuk is named in Joseph O’Hara’s criminal lawsuit against NXIVM for assisting and or profiting from NXIVM criminal activity.

        So is practically everyone who was more than nominally involved in NXIVM for multiple years. This means nothing. A lawsuit is also a civil action, therefore, there is no such thing as a “criminal lawsuit”.

        – The Times Union expose came out with women coming forward talking about how they were raped by Raniere as children with a real police report and Kreuk was named in that expose.

        And? It is public knowledge that she was a member of NXIVM at the time. No one disputes this. Kristin’s membership status is the reason she was mentioned in the article, not because she explicitly or tacitly supported Raniere’s behavior.

        – John Tigue released the Necker Island photographs for the 2010 cult summit with information about how the cult were laundering money and how the attendees on the island discussed money laundering including hiding money in the Caribbean.

        John Tighe posted photographs and made claims such as:

        “Well once the board was hashed out and hurt feeling stroked, about who was in and who was out the attendee’s began to plot the massive logistics of moving massive amounts of money around the glode to avoid taxation.”

        “Attendees brainstormed about moving funds to various Caribbean locations. I am afraid that many of these conversations were held away from prying ears. Participants having set up their new power structure and with new money laundering ideas being batted around went back home to preach to the masses, the very rich masses or young masses that is.”

        Yet he provided no evidence. In legal jargon this is called hearsay. He also never directly implicated Kristin in any money laundering activities. He only mentioned that she would be involved in helping sell courses (“sell its poison”) in Vancouver with Mark Vicente, Mark Hildreth, and Allison Mack.

        – Allison Mack posted a picture to her Instagram page in June 2012 of herself, Kreuk and Mark Hildreth in New York.

        So what? People hanging out means nothing more than they enjoy spending time with each other.

        – In November 2017, somebody on Reddit claimed “about five years ago” (2012), she did a NXIVM cult course in LA and Kreuk showed up on the second day looking half alert and her legs unshaven.

        Anonymous posters on Reddit are irrelevant as evidence. Just as alleged eye witness accounts of anonymous commenters here are irrelevant. They could easily be made up.

        – She stayed on until at least 2013, only leaving because she broke up with a Mark Hildreth and moved to Toronto.

        You have no idea why she left NXIVM. You’re just guessing. You also don’t know why or when she broke up with Mark Hildreth. Since she started work on the set of “Beauty and the Beast” in the beginning of the Summer of 2012 she would have moved to Toronto at that time.

        – Kreuk was in Vancouver in May 2015 and was thanked by someone for her “encouragement” on his recent NXIVM cult course,

        Who is this “someone”? Regardless, so what? It is common knowledge that Kristin was a proponent of NXIVM coursework and its professed mission about creating a more noble civilization for years. Otherwise she wouldn’t have taken multiple courses nor served as a coach in some. Just because someone thought the coursework was helpful doesn’t mean they engaged in or even knew of any illegal activities.

        – Her silence on NXIVM between 2006-2017 was due to her being very pro-NXIVM.

        She wasn’t silent. Everyone who had more than superficial dealings with her in Vancouver knew she was a member and so did many of her fans. She was silent from 2013 because she successfully extricated herself from it without controversy, nominally in the Summer of 2012, and officially by the end of the year. Hence her being out by 2013.

        – She had no problems with the cult and all the allegations and information out there.

        Yes she did. Otherwise, she wouldn’t have left.

        – Her silence after Frank broke the story (well done Frank), was because she does not want to lose her fame/money privileges and have a bad public image.

        Or perhaps because she had already forgotten about it five years earlier and it was no longer relevant to her life as she had moved on.

        – She only made that weak tepid statement because the press forced it out of her.

        Stupid people malevolently kept conflating NXIVM with DOS which is the sex cult in tabloid articles for clickbait and claimed she helped recruit people into the latter when she had nothing to do with it, and so she made a statement to vehemently deny any such association. Her official statement is clear on the subject.

        – They should of gone after her in 2012/13.

        Did they force it out of her or not?

        – She pretends to care about all these “causes” that have nothing to do with her, but when it comes to talking about something she was 100% deeply involved with, she stays silent proving that her virtue signalling is empty and she is a hypocritical coward on an intellectual and moral level.

        She made a statement. Just because you find the statement “weak” doesn’t equate to her “staying silent”.

        – the “sex cult” part was not formed until 2015 and did not heat up until 2016. Why lie?

        This isn’t a claim of Kreuk. According to the FBI, DOS wasn’t formed until sometime in 2015. So no, she didn’t lie.

        – Kreuk did not leave when women came forward and spoke about being raped by Raniere as children in the same expose that named her as a member did she? She was still a supporter years later.

        Yes she did leave and was smart about it. That’s how she “spoke”. Anyone else with a brain should’ve followed her.

  • John Wayne, the Great American Patriot, received several draft deferments during World War 2.
    Wayne’s job as a movie actor during WW2, when he made 13 movies for 4 movie studios, was deemed too important.

    Jimmy Stewart, the movie actor, joined the US Army Air Corps, became a pilot and flew several bomber missions over Germany.
    After the war Jimmy Stewart went on to become a Brigadier General in the US Air Force?

    Is John Wayne a coward?
    Is Jimmy Stewart a hero?

    Should we condemn John Wayne for his seeming cowardice?

    • Jimmy Stewart certainly was a hero. Whether John Wayne was a coward or not depends on if he actually wanted to dodge the draft under any circumstance or if he realized that he could do more for the war effort by making patriotic movies.
      Jimmy Stewart was able to serve in a meaningful way and was obviously skilled as a pilot.
      Did John Wayne actually had similar skills or would he have been just another foot soldier? In the latter case he was more valuable for the war effort by making movies.

      Same goes with Kristen Kreuk. Would she actually have anything of value to contribute to the story that we don’t know already?
      The biggest bomb in Sarah Edmondson’s story was how she got lured into DOS and then got branded. Kristen could really not contribute to that and likely also nothing to all the other illegal stuff. The only thing she could do is do damage to her name. It would probably have been better for her had she never even sent that one tweet in which she acknowledged that she had been a member of NXIVM but left long ago.

      • I suspect that the Vancouver based NXIVM people had no idea of the madness that was running rampant in the Albany headquarters.

        Kristen Kreuk knew about Raniere’s harem and was possibly even part of it but as long as it involved only consenting adults she was fine with it.
        Only when the rumors of pedophilia surfaced did Kreuk quietly leave NXIVM.

        And Sarah Edmondson only discovered the insanity of NXIVM’s sex cult when she was tricked into being branded.

        Perhaps many people in NXIVM were reluctant to discuss unconfirmed rumors.

        • Your words, with my EMPHASIS:
          “Kristin Kreuk KNEW about Raniere’s harem and was POSSIBLY EVEN PART OF IT but as long as it involved only consenting adults SHE WAS FINE WITH IT.”

          Do you have any knowledge that what you wrote is fact, of is it just speculation? Just asking….

  • Kristin Kreuk makes me sick. I definitely won’t be watching.

    Her cowardice left NXIVM to continue their criminal operations and even expand them, when she could have taken action when she did finally actually leave.

    I appreciate other people who have already reminding us all that when the story was published about Keith Raniere’s pedophile patterns, she completely ignored and still stayed for years.

    I hope she can never get away from what she was done until she acknowledges it. Would be curious to find out just how many other DOS members were direct recruits of Kristin Kreuk, as well as how many were recruited directly by Allison Mack, since Kreuk brought her into the fold.

    Shame on her for not acknowledging her part in all of this.

  • Hypocrisy and Cowardice are not crimes.

    Racketeering is a Crime.
    Extortion is a Crime.
    Mail Fraud is a Crime.
    Human Trafficking is a Crime.
    Involuntary Servitude is a Crime.

    That’s why Kristin Kreuk has a TV program and Allison Mack is standing trial.

    • You are saying then that hypocrisy and cowardice are worse than crime, because they are not punishable under criminal law? Because civil law does not hold cowards and hypocrites responsible?

      The Vancouver branch of the NXIVM crime family gets too much of a free pass here at The Frank. Let’s hear more about the folks who they victimized and profited from.

      • I would think that the Vancouver branch under Edmondson was not involved in the criminal actions of the Albany core leadership.

        • There are some pretty serious issues that Sarah Edmonston may be able to side-step as a whistleblower…
          Like shipping cash off to the US without tax being paid on it on either side of the border…

          • John Tigue of the Saratoga in Decline blog claimed Siohban Hotaling was going to Canada on a tourist visa to teach NXIVM bullshit (illegal) and brought the money across the border. Sarah Edmondson founded the Vancouver branch.

      • The idea that anyone profited from recruitment in Vancouver is silly. Recruiting others to NXIVM did not make you money u less you were at the top. Coaches don’t even make $. NXIVM members in Vancouver recruited because they thought they were helping them. Were they misguided? Yes. Did they have bad intentions? No.

        The anger in the Vancouver community is being led by Carolyn Burak who several sources have informed us is very unstable, engaging in threatening and slanderous behaviour and both the media and local police are aware of her.

        • Whether or not coaches made money from the cult, many would of known about tax evasion and money laundering.

          Who is this Carolyn Burak? Was she in the cult? Which Vancouver NXIVM cult members do you speak of?

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