Two more paintings by MK10ART – Clare’s Ghost of Christmas Past & The Wizard of Problem Solving

mk10arthas produced two more excellent paintings in her NXIVM series: 


MK10ART’s comment: NXIVM mystery. Who is paying for the defendants’top lawyers? And why did they hire lawyers from AZ? Carlos Salinas? 
Tin Man (Clare Bronfman) needs a heart; Lion (Alison Mack) needs courage + Scarecrow needs a brain.

Is the Scarecrow, Kristin Kreuk?

mk10art comment:NXIVM trial. 
Clare Bronfman’s Scrooge-like past haunts her this Christmas holiday.

Is it true that Clare Bronfman will feel any remorse for the people she hurt?

Don’t bet on it.

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  • Could it be that KK may be a witness for the prosecution and has been advised by the Feds to remain quiet about everything ??? Maybe that is why she has not been indited and still playing nice to others who were involved ?? Feds possibly dropping charges relating to $ laundering, Minors, and tax evasion ???? Not being afraid of collateral being released because the feds have it ??? Just putting this out there to see what others think.

    • “Could it be that KK may be a witness for the prosecution and has been advised by the Feds to remain quiet about everything”

      She has already lied.

  • “The Scarecrow needs a brain. Is the Scarecrow, Kristin Kreuk?”
    To me, Kristin looks like “Dorothy” standing in front of the Scarecrow. And what Dorothy/Kristin needs is someone to prove she actually left “Kansas” in 2013.

    • Your metaphor doesn’t work since Kansas is equivalent to the real world and it is Oz that is the fantasy/dream, i.e., NXIVM. If Kristin is supposed to be Dorothy in this artwork, then it is she who woke up, i.e., left the group and returned to reality, while the rest are still on the Yellow Brick Road to nowhere.

    • “what Kristin needs is someone to prove she actually left “Kansas” in 2013.”

      Susan Dones and Sarah Edmondson both lied to protect Kreuk. One said 2009, the other 2013. Kreuk lied too and retweeted Edmondson’s lie. She was still coaching at a minimum.

      • Susan Dones said she left “shortly” or “soon” after she left or so which is a relative time frame. She never said Kristin left in 2009.

        This is now well over a dozen times you’ve repeated the notion that Kristin lied. Offer your proof Scott [deleted]

  • Since Kreuk apparently left well before the DOS shit hit the fan – even her old boyfriend remained in it until 2017 – it seems like she’s the only one who still had a brain.

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