Pea Onyu has made a number of comments on Frank Report supporting Keith Alan Raniere, Clare Bronfman, Lauren Salzman and Allison Mack. Initially, Pea claimed that her improbable name was real and that she was of Aleutian and Bavarian descent.
Later, she seems to have admitted that Pea is not her true name. One of our most frequent commenters – someone who goes by the name Shadow State 1958 – has expressed frequently that he believes Pea Onyu is Nicki Clyne.
Here are his arguments.
By Shadow State
Because many social media has a limited, constrained format (Twitter is limited to 140 characters) I avoided such comparisons. I noticed some irregularities in capitalization but nothing major.
I did note that Nicki has a love of puns and word play.
She posted a picture of a horse with the caption, “If I had a horse I would name him Ernest Hemingneigh.”
Nicki posted a picture from Puerto Vallarta with this caption,
“nickiclyne, iguana wish you all a happy valentine’s day! 🌹”
Of course, the name “Pea Onyu” is a play on words.
No one else in NXIVM has a social media page with such a love of word play.
Nicki’s last major action on Twitter was a retweet on March 26.
About the same time Raniere was arrested.
Nicki Clyne Retweeted
Government by a tyrant = tyranny
Government by the people = democracy
Government by 24-hour news cycles of media-fabricated moral panics = ???
Note the reference to tyrants and tyranny.
“Pea” has commented about Raniere being persecuted by government tyrants.
Last October, Nicki posed in a Halloween costume of a prisoner.
Around the same time, Nicki also started following groups about the unjust imprisonment and treatment of prisoners.
Here are some of the groups and people Nicki follows on Twitter.
1.) Tina Luongo Chief Defender Legal Aid NYC Civil Rights Attorney
2.) Legal Aid Society NYC
3.) Honey Jollpof — Attorney Freedom fighter
4.)Nina Morrison, Senior Staff Attorney, The Innocence Project
5.)The Innocence Project
6.)Brooklyn Defender Services –Criminal, Civil, Family, Immigration
7.)Mathew Cooke —author — the Survivors Guide to Prison
8.)Sarah Knuckey — Columbia University Law Professor Human Rights Clinic
9.)Yuvrnj Joshi — Human Rights lawyer Yale University
10.) New York Civil Liberties IUnion
11.) American Civil Liberties Union
12.) The Marshall Project — a news room covering the American Justice system.
13.)Corrections Accountability Project — Corrections meaning prisons.
14)Urban Justice Center
15.)Alliance for Criminal Justice Innovation
16.)Center for Court Innovation
I will praise Nicki Clyne.
She is easily the most intelligent, intellectually curious person in NXIVM’s hierarchy.
She attended the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University, both legitimate universities near Vancouver.
It’s a tragedy she fell in with the NXIVM crowd.
And according to a former Nxian, Nicki had a fear of heights which she has cured and now she regularly climbs poles and towers.
And Nicki tried out stand up comedy, a vocation that takes lots of nerve.
If any major Nxian has the bravery to post comments on the Frank Report, it is Nicki Clyne.