But Wait – There’s More: How Raniere Plans to Expose Judicial & Prosecutorial Misconduct in His Case

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As previously reported on Frank Report, Keith Raniere has unleashed his minions on the prosecutors and the judge who were involved in the trial that resulted in him being convicted back in June 2019 on all seven counts he was facing:  Racketeering, Racketeering Conspiracy, Sex Trafficking, Sex Trafficking Conspiracy, Attempted Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor Conspiracy, and Wire Fraud Conspiracy.

Raniere is currently incarcerated at the Metropolitan Detention Center – which, believe it or not, went on full-lockdown a couple of days ago due to an outbreak of chickenpox (This kind of stuff almost makes me believe in God again).

He is scheduled to be sentenced on October 27th.


“Make Justice Blind” to the Rescue

But Keith is not going down without a fight.

Which is why he recently gave the order to launch the “Make Justice Blind” initiative that he first outlined in an email he sent to Suneel Chakravorty on June 9, 2020.

And Suneel and his cohorts have not wasted any time in getting things moving.

Last Friday, Suneel sent an email to all the government attorneys who were involved in Raniere’s prosecution and conviction – and demanded that they each confirm or deny eight statements that were set forth in what he termed an “affidavit” (He gave them until 5:00 PM on Wednesday, September 30th, to complete that task).

He also sent a crew of approximately ten people – one of whom was wielding a video camera – to hand-deliver the same documents to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. Unfortunately, the guards did not allow the crew to enter the building.

But, not to worry… The “Make Justice Blind” group has already set up its own website – and posted all its documents there: https://www.makejusticeblind.com/

The website also contains pictures of – and short biographies for – the five founders of the “Make Justice Blind” movement.

Let’s take a look at those…


Eduardo Asunsolo

First up is Eduardo Asunsolo whose bio reads as follows:

Eduardo is a professional interpreter and voice over artist. He owns a translation business, working with the political asylum office, immigration court and federal court. He lives with his wife and son in Brooklyn, NY and they have a daughter on the way. He studied acting at the revered conservatory NAW New York with Mike Nichols, and graduated with a degree in marketing from ITESM University in México. He has been committed to wrongful conviction advocacy for the past two years and is thrilled to be bringing these initiatives to life.

Oddly enough, Eduardo seems to have omitted the numerous years he spent in the NXIVM/ESP  criminal enterprise – where he rose to the rank of Orange. And he forgot to mention that he is part of the dance troupe that shows up on Friday nights to dance in the streets that surround the MDC facility.

BTW, it will be interesting to see how some of his government clients react to the fact that he is now part of an organization that claims Keith Raniere was prosecuted and convicted by corrupt U.S. attorneys – and is about to be sentenced by a corrupt U.S. judge. Especially that “federal court” he claims is one of his clients.


Nicki Clyne

Next up is Nicki Clyne whose bio reads as follows:

Nicki Clyne began her career as an actor, most notably on the hit television series Battlestar Galactica. She has worked as a writer, a news analyst and television host, but it wasn’t until she experienced the failings of the criminal justice system first-hand that she decided to dedicate herself to much needed advocacy efforts in the field. She works directly with people inside prison, as well as produces media that brings awareness to important, and sometimes controversial, issues.

Hmmm… That’s strange. Just like Eduardo, Nicki forgot to mention the years she spent in the NXIVM/ESP criminal enterprise – where she rose to the rank of Orange. Maybe there’s a flaw in the “Rational Inquiry” tech that causes its adherents to forget about their participation in criminal activities.

Nicki also forgot to mention that she was one of the First Line DOS slave masters and that she recruited slaves and lied to them about the sorority that was led by a man, her slave master Keith Alan Raniere.

DOS First-Line Slaves

And Nicki also forgot to mention that she’s the “Lead Twerker” for the group of dancers that shows up on Friday nights to entertain the inmates at MDC. And BTW, is it those performances that are the basis for her claim that “She works directly with people inside prison…”?

Nicki Clyne twerking in front of the MDC where Raniere is being held.


Michele Hatchette

Next up is Michele Hatchette whose bio reads as follows:

Michele was born and raised in Harlem and attended one of the first historically integrated schools in the country. Michele has spent her career in education, agriculture, hospitality, and community building. Most recently, she has become a co-leader of several efforts that seek to reform the ‘justice’ system by exposing and addressing the conduct of the people who make the decisions within the ‘justice’ system.

Wow…another member of “Make Justice Blind” who appears to have forgotten that she spent several years in the NXIVM/ESP sex cult – and was one of the slaves in Allison Mack’s slave pod (Allison once described Michele as having ” a beautiful cunt”). She’s also another twerker at the Friday night dances at MDC.

Suneel, Eduardo, and Nicki dance and look heavenward to their Vanguard


Michele dances and twerks for her Vanguard


Suneel Chakravorty

Next up is Suneel Chakravorty whose bio reads as follows:

Suneel grew up in South Florida and studied mathematics at Harvard College. He started his career as a software engineer at Yipit (now YipitData) in NYC, co-founded a software consulting firm called SimpleFractal, and now trains teams to use machine learning and data science. He believes that the justice system needs to evolve and become data-driven and devoid of prejudice and hate, and that technology and public participation can facilitate this quickly.

What do you know…another member of “Make Justice Blind” who forgot to mention the many years he spent as a member of the NXIVM/ESP criminal enterprise – in which he rose to the rank of Yellow before the whole thing was blown up by Frank Parlato’s public revelation that Raniere was having his slaves branded with his initials. It’s like the whole lot of them are suffering from some sort of segmented amnesia.

Suneel was recently revealed as the man who conspired with Raniere to try to expose the judge and the prosecutors as corrupt. That revelation came about when the prosecutors released transcripts of some of his phone calls with Keith while Keith was incarcerated at MDC (They also released copies of some of their email correspondence – including ones that revealed it was Keith who concocted the “We The People” and “Make Justice Blind” initiatives).


Marc Elliot

And last, but certainly not least, is Marc Elliot whose bio reads as follows:

Marc Elliot is an award-winning inspirational speaker on compassion and tolerance who lived with Tourette’s Syndrome for 20 years. He ended up beating it completely mind over body with tools from NXIVM. Marc is no stranger to prejudice, both from living with Tourette’s and then being a proud supporter of NXIVM. These experiences have inspired him to join these initiatives in the fight against hate.

Finally…At last, we have a member of “Make Justice Blind” who remembers his involvement with the NXIVM/ESP criminal enterprise – and who labels himself as “a proud supporter” of the group. He also claims that he was able to overcome Tourette’s Syndrome “with tools from NXIVM”.


So, there you have it – the five founding members of “Make Justice Blind”.

If nothing else, those wonderful pictures will make it a lot easier for the FBI agents and U.S. Marshals to be sure they’re grabbing up the right people over the course of the next few days.

I hope Judge Garaufis, who will be sentencing Clare Bronfman on Wednesday, September 30th – and  Raniere on Tuesday, October 27th – is getting the message. He better be very mindful in the sentences he hands out – and he better be prepared to justify his actions to “We the People”.


But Wait…There’s Still More to Come

While many of you are probably amazed by what the “Make Justice Blind” group has already done in the past few days, there’s still more to come.

Although details have not yet emerged, the group is also planning to sponsor “a $35,000 Innocence Challenge, a podcast and other provocative public actions that (will) bring hidden transgressions to light and send a message to judges, prosecutors and federal agents that they answer to us, We the People”.

According to our sources, the Innocence Challenge will reward each person who documents a reversible error in Raniere’s trial with a $35,000 cash prize.

Given the eight points that were raised in the “affidavit”, this means that the group has already set aside at least $280,000 for potential winners of the Innocence Challenge – which is pretty noteworthy. I wonder where all that money came from. You don’t suppose…Nah, she’s going to be sentenced in just a few days – and would never do anything that dumb.

We’ve also been told that the podcast is scheduled to start sometime next month – and that the group is currently in negotiations with ABC, CBS, and NBC for a broadcast platform (Just kidding about the negotiations part of that sentence – but they actually are planning to do a podcast).

So, there you have it, folks. While you were all trying to figure out how to get through another six months of semi-isolation, this group of five intrepid souls has gone out and started a movement that may change the entire criminal justice system in the U.S.

Or maybe it will just add another five prisoners to the federal prison population…We’ll just have to wait and see how everything turns out.


Editor’s Note: We don’t entirely understand the relationship between the “Make Justice Blind” organization and the “We the People” organization and the “Blindfold Her” but we suspect it’s just another of Keith Raniere’s name-games. You know, like NXIVM and ESP – and “We Are As You” and “The Forgotten Ones”.

You can follow “Blindfold Her” on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/blindfoldher/

You can follow “Blindfold Her” on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BlindfoldHer 

You can follow “We Are As You” on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/weareasyou/

You can follow “We Are As You” on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WeAreAsYou

You can access “The Forgotten Ones” website at https://wearetheforgottenones.org/news 




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  • New Press Release from Make Justice Blind and Stupid

    Sep 28



    Marc Elliot, Make Justice Blind

    Phone Number: (718) 225-5244 | marc@makejusticeblind.com | Twitter: @BlindfoldHer

    NEW YORK CITY: Friday, a group of civilians, in a first ever move of its kind, served an affidavit to the Eastern District of New York attorneys who led the prosecution of NXIVM leader Keith Raniere. The purpose of the affidavit is for the prosecutors to certify that they did not commit illegal acts in order to gain a conviction, acts such as tampering with evidence, committing perjury, threatening potential witnesses, and more. The intent behind Make Justice Blind’s petition is to introduce public accountability to the Grand Jury system through a partnership between the media and the people, and send a message to prosecutors everywhere that we, the people, are watching.

    The group will be releasing evidence of the wrongdoing outlined in the affidavit, point-by-point, in the coming weeks. The hope is that the media coverage will put pressure on the prosecutors to answer to these crimes and inspire the court, and presiding judge Honorable Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis, to either condemn these acts or admit to condoning them.

    One of Make Justice Blind’s petition signatories is Amanda Knox, a wrongful conviction advocate who was exonerated in a 2007 murder case in Italy after spending four years in prison and seven years fighting for her innocence. “These supporters of Mr. Raniere asked me to sign a petition asking the prosecutors in the case to affirm some principles of prosecutorial conduct that any prosecutor should be able to affirm, such as not engaging in perjury, not tampering with evidence, and not threatening witnesses,” Knox shared with the Times Union. “I signed the petition because violation of these practices would constitute prosecutorial misconduct, regardless of Mr. Raniere’s guilt or innocence.”

    Additional supporters of the petition are Diana Davison, the head of the Lighthouse Project, a Canadian nonprofit offering free assistance to the wrongfully accused, Valentino Dixon, a man who spent nearly three decades in prison for a murder he did not commit, and Walter Pavlo, a nationally recognized author and speaker on white-collar crime and the US federal criminal justice system.

    Diana Davison highlights the group’s intended outcome with her quote in the Times Union, “If Mr. Raniere’s trial was handled fairly then there should be no controversy and the prosecutors should have no trouble signing the affidavit presented. If there was any prosecutorial misconduct then the public should demand to know why the trial was compromised.”

    Nicki Clyne, one of the founding members of Make Justice Blind said in a statement, “We are bringing accountability to an area of government that currently operates under a cloak of darkness. Whether you believe in Keith’s innocence or not, it should be unacceptable to corrupt due process to get a conviction. We have witnessed this type of prosecutorial abuse throughout history. We don’t need any more documentaries that depict these abuses. We need public accountability and we hope to use our international spotlight to do just that.”

    Suneel Chakravorty, another founding member, said “These prosecutors need to know that we will keep the media pressure on until they individually answer each point of the affidavit. Did they lie? Yes or no. Did they threaten witnesses? Yes or no. We need media coverage because the prosecutors may retaliate to suppress the exposure of their wrongdoing.”

    The full affidavit filed against prosecutors Mark Lesko, Richard Donoghue, Tanya Hajjar, former prosecutor Moira Kim Penza and new head district attorney Seth DuCharme can be viewed at http://www.MakeJusticeBlind.com/Affidavit.

    About Make Justice Blind: Make Justice Blind is a group committed to protecting constitutional rights through public accountability and innovative criminal justice reform initiatives.


  • “I wonder where all that money came from. You don’t suppose…Nah, she’s going to be sentenced in just a few days – and would never do anything that dumb.“

    Funny. Best one yet .

  • “Blindfold Her”? As the name of a group?

    When the actress arrived, Raniere ordered the actress to remove her clothes, placed a blindfold over her eyes and drove her around. Once he stopped the vehicle, they walked through some woods [she still blindfolded] to a shack where the actress said she was tied to a table and forced to be subjected to oral sex with an unidentified person who was in the shack with Raniere. She did not know if it was a man or a woman or a child. When she was released, Mack praised her for her obedience. But the poor actress was terrified and hoped it would not happen again.

    But it would….


    This cult needs to consult a professional rebranding expert.

  • of five years has been sealed with these shenanigans – of course that’s from where the 280k AND the resources for this nonsense originated. SMH

  • “The Vow” interested me until this latest episode where everyone seemed to turn into whiny, self-pitying little #metoo bitches. I’m guessing the content for the rest of this series will consist largely of a lot of Sarah Edmondson crying, obsessing over social media, repeating the phrase “I love you” as many times as she can on camera while ignoring her own child and playing the victim. If you can’t be an actress, this is the next best thing I guess. After all, it worked for Leah Remini

      • Agreed. “Me, mee, meeeee”. She looked so proud when she said she recruited 2000 people. She is just an attention whore. That is why she wants to be an actress.

  • It’s hard to recognize Nicki without her Butt swinging in the air.

    The Make Justice Blind group lists five founding members but the story claims that ten people tried to storm the US Attorney’s office, one with a video camera.
    Who are the other five agitators?
    Perhaps some BLM people?
    I hope the video cameras were working at the EDNY unlike in Jeffrey Epstein’s cell!

    As for where the money originates to reward people for exonerating Keith Raniere,. look to the usual suspects.
    Sara Bronfman and the wealthy Mexican elite who have funded NXIVM for years.

  • It is stupid to call it “blindfold her” after Keith was found guilty of trafficking women he put a blindfold on. You don’t want people to remember your crimes, as you fight for justice in your trial Keith! duh!

    ITESEM, the university of Eduardo, is a preppy school in Mexico. They should be proud of their alumni. Their alumni are called #exaTec 🙂 I think Laura Junco is also #exaTec. Building future leaders.

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Parlato has been prominently featured on HBO’s docuseries “The Vow” and was the lead investigator and coordinating producer for Investigation Discovery’s “The Lost Women of NXIVM.” Parlato was also credited in the Starz docuseries "Seduced" for saving 'slave' women from being branded and escaping the sex-slave cult known as DOS.

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