Lewisburg Federal Prison, where Keith Raniere laid his head tonight to sleep.

Raniere in Quarantine in USP Lewisburg PA; Likely Headed for Sex Offender Prison in Tucson Next

Keith Alan Raniere was whisked out of the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center [MDC] in the early morning hours of January 6, and presumably put on a prisoners’ bus to parts unknown.

None of our sources knew exactly where he was headed, at least not immediately, but we were told his final destination was the United States Penitentiary Tucson and that there might be a stop in Oklahoma City.

By the evening of the 6th, he arrived at the United States Penitentiary at Lewisburg, a high-security prison in Pennsylvania for male inmates, and he bedded down there for the night.

He remained there the next night as well, and we recently learned he is to remain there, according to a source at the Bureau of Prisons, for a total of 14 days for Covid-19 quarantine. He has been there now for three days.

We have no definite knowledge of where he goes next.

According to our source at Lewisburg, Raniere may remain there for a little while beyond his quarantine period. Presently, the MDC is undergoing renovations and reportedly Lewisburg is taking on some MDC inmates, such as Raniere. He remains within 500 miles of the Brooklyn Court. The theory is that he may possibly go back to MDC or remain in Lewisburg until his court proceedings are over, which is expected within the next three months.

However, another Bureau of Prisons (BOP) source from Grand Prairie itself, the administrative headquarters of the BOP, said that Raniere is off to Tucson next.

YSP Tucson is expected to be the retirement home of Keith Raniere, at least for the next 100 years or so.

This sounds more plausible to us since MDC is a holding center for pre-trial and pre-sentencing detainees. Raniere has been sentenced and evidently assigned to Tucson. MDC would want to ship him out and not linger at MDC.

At MDC, they don’t want guys with 120-year sentences. Those kinds of guys have nothing to lose. At MDC, most of the detainees there are on their best behavior while waiting for trial or waiting for sentencing. They try to move people already sentenced out as quickly as possible.

Though Raniere made a reasonable argument to remain at MDC for a few months at least.

Raniere’s new attorney, Jennifer Bonjean, asked Judge Nicholas Garaufis to recommend Raniere remain at MDC, so he could be near at hand for his appeal and for the restitution hearings that he might need to take an active role in, which are expected to take place in February.

Ironically, the BOP moved Raniere out within hours of her filing her request to the judge.

If they moved him hastily to avoid a possible recommendation by the judge to keep him here, it was unnecessary. Judge Garaufis has steadfastly refused to get involved in Raniere’s prison assignment.

His reply to Bonjean’s request was in the negative: “ORDER re Defendant’s [989] letter: As previously stated at the time of sentencing, the court again respectfully declines to make a recommendation to the Bureau of Prisons regarding the designation of the Defendant. Ordered by Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis on 1/8/2021.”

Keith Raniere

If he remains at Lewisburg after his quarantine, Raniere, because of his notoriety and his designation as a sex offender, will not likely be comfortable there. He may have to remain in solitary for his own safety.

Lewisburg is all ganged up. There are gangs there such as the Bloods, Crips, MS 13, Nietas, Rat Hunters, Zulu Nation, Latin Kings, Aryan Nation, etc. – and Raniere will not easily be able to navigate in that highly segregated environment where everyone is either a member of something or he is nothing.

Raniere, being known to be a CHOMO, or child molester, will not have a ghost of a chance at living any kind of a normal prison life there since inmates target sex offenders and particularly child molesters for violence and other abuses.

This is why he was assigned to USP Tucson since that facility is comprised of mostly sex offenders and, hence, he won’t be singled out because he is a sex offender. He will be but one among the herd.

Raniere is nearing completion of his third year of a 120-year sentence.

However, if he does remain in Lewisburg to serve any portion of his sentence, he might be qualified to work at an off-site work location where inmates labor in a furniture-manufacturing factory. Prisoners get about $2 per hour for the factory work, which is substantially better than the 25 cents per hour that prison workers get while laboring inside prison.

Oddly, according to one Society of Protectors recruitment video, at one time, Raniere made as much as $100,000 per hour consulting with some of the top executives in the world.

Still, I would not expect Raniere to remain at Lewisburg [or go back to MDC]. We think he will be motoring west, by bus, in handcuffs and shackles, a belly chain and the black box, and wind up in Tucson, where he will be prepared for the long haul, unless of course he wins on appeal.

If he gets a reversal on appeal, he may get a new trial and be brought back to Brooklyn. That won’t likely happen before 2022 if it happens at all.

In succeeding posts we will explore the life Raniere will lead in Tucson and the odds of his winning on appeal in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

 

 

 


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  • Sex offenses make up only a portion of the crimes Raniere committed, so he fits into many categories of offenders. That is why I think he can end up in prisons other than Tucson.

    • There is a small but vocal faction here, who take great delight in the thought of cruel and extreme punishment even of those who haven’t been found guilty of any crimes. You’ll get used to it.

      As for Raniere, a sex offender unit is where he belongs.

  • I have been following your blog for a long time, and I must admit that I didn’t take you seriously as you always wrote one side of the story and not allowing for an opinion that would contradict what you wrote to be put here. As time has passed, now you seem to be a true journalist exposing all sides and angles on everything related to Keith Raniere which I think in the times we are living is something desperate to happen not just here but in all other media outlets.

  • Nxivm dead-Ender’s overuse of the word “data” makes my skin crawl. You can feel the crazy trying to get in through your eyeballs as you read their comments.

    • Anonymous 2:22 pm:

      LMAO!

      They definitely love the word “data”.

      The other word they are enamored by is “tech”. They love describing NXIVM course modules as “tech”. Their moniker
      “Nxivm Tech” is one of the biggest f*cking misnomers of all times.

      ****
      “Our tech has the incredible ability to help people.”-Nancy Salzman

      Okay, Nancy—It’s a real technology. It’s a real technology like a cure for cancer or a self-driving car. What-a bunch of dumb mother-[redacted].

  • The Sun
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13711334/nxivm-sex-cult-keith-raniere-pardon-donald-trump/

    Letter to Trump
    Full copy of Raniere’s letter from prison to Trump
    Dear President TrumpJanuary 11, 2020I, Keith Alan Raniere, hereby request a presidential pardon and hereby authorize Make Justice Blind to formally request the pardon on my behalf.I believe the charges should never have been brought, and that they should now be dismissed and the US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York should be investigated.If I am pardoned, I plan to show the malicious, wrongful corruption in my case and expose all the issues. The issues in my case are many, however, they are not unique. Corruption is rampant at the Department of Justice and must stop.The pardon must not confer guilt or stand as an act of clemency but rather should be a condemnation of the corruption of the Department of Justice. The purpose of this pardon is to release me from prison so I can fully dedicate myself to proving my innocence and fighting the endemic corruption of the Department of Justice, which I have witnessed first hand.-Keith Raniere

  • Where do you get the data of prisoners targeting sex offenders? Is there a place where they track this information or is it just word of mouth?

    I find this very interesting as if it is so well known, how come our prisons let this happen? Do everyone in the prison world know about this and just cross their arms and let it be? This is scary and truly bad

  • Thank you for the information, Frank. Do you know how common it is for judges to decline “to make a recommendation to the Bureau of Prisons regarding the designation of the Defendant”? And what is the reason given for this?

    • Frank may want to add to this but let me share with you my experience e and understanding of the process:
      – I don’t know what percentage of judges make recommendations to the BOP as to where a prisoner should be placed — but, in general, it doesn’t matter. Once someone is in the custody of the BOP, the agency has the sole responsibility of deciding where to place prisoners.
      – I have been told that the BOP is more likely to take into consideration placement recommendations that were part of a plea deal — and that although prosecutors will not write letters to the BOP on behalf of defendants, they will make phone calls to the agency on behalf of defendants who were especially cooperative and helpful.
      – The BOP utilizes some prisons for special categories of inmates (e.g., Devens is used for inmates with severe medical problems; Otisville is used for Hasidic Jewish inmates; USP Tucson is used for inmates who have been convicted of sex crimes; etc.).

  • Thanks again for publishing these updates, Frank. And for the extra context. I was shocked to read about the low hourly wages that inmates receive for their labor. Something about that seems inhumane and above-and-beyond an inmate’s prison sentence.

  • I would like to see some sourced info on the behavior in prison. this seems to imply that bad behavior is to come because of the 120 years of sentence and having nothing to lose so to speak. that didn’t seem like a neutral response for accurate data

  • So he gets to see the country, experience a rich sense of cultural diversity, and if he returns to MDC, he comes back to a modern, newly renovated facility?

    Viva Executive Success!

  • Hadn’t considered the possibility that Keith might be safer in a prison such as Tucson because he will be amongst a population charged and convicted with the same charges as he has.

    I am not for any person getting hurt so I hope he gets there sooner rather than later.

    • A lot of people writing stories and commenting here didn’t consider that, either. Many were in favor of and predicting Raniere would end up in a Supermax, which would be a misuse of that kind of a facility and our tax dollars. It’s not like Raniere is the only sex pervert who was ever convicted.

      • The only reasons to consider putting Keith in the Supermax prison were (1) to protect him from attacks by other inmates; and (2) to separate him from his followers. Even then, I would agree that any such placement should have only been done on a temporary basis.

    • USP Tucson has been specifically designated by the BOP as a SOMP prison — and has the highest percentage of prisoners convicted of sex crimes of any federal prison.

  • BOP took him early the day after the defense requested for him to stay at MDC to allow a proper communication.
    And instead they drove him to Lewisburg where it is known that gangs are dangerous specially for the CHOMO charges that Keith has been convicted for.
    He might spend some time there and it would be risky.
    Why there and not some safer prison?
    Why not fly straight to the destination?
    Some people thinks that due process was violated and appealing might show these.
    Judiciary system should handle this notorious case with extreme care.
    They have recent racial examples that things might get out of control.

    • Raniere is probably in solitary confinement for two weeks to confirm he isn’t going to spread the beer virus and then end up in Tucson.

    • Not even sure to start with all this misinformation…but here’s what I know:

      – Keith was told several days in advance that he was about to be moved. I think they packed up most of his belongings at least a day before he was moved.

      – Most prisoners who are being moved are awakened early — and brought down to an administrative office for processing. As you might expect, BOP wants to make sure it is transferring the right guy to the right place.

      – There are just as many gangs at MDC as there are at Lewisburg. Keith was being housed in a special unit at MDC to keep him away from gangs — and the same will be true at Lewisburg.

      – Prisoner moves usually take several weeks to plan. In Keith’s case, he was put on a bus that makes weekly trips around the various federal prisons in the Northeast — and taken to Lewisburg.

      – From Lewisburg, Keith will likely be bussed to the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City, OK — which is where most Con-Air flights go through. He previously went stayed there on his way to New York City from Mexico.

      – I am not aware of any due process violations that occurred during Keith’s transfer. If you know of some, please share that info with frank Report readers.

      – Sometimes, a prisoner transfer is just a prisoner transfer.This appears to be one of those times.

  • maybe kind of fitting to send little Keith to a woman’s prison instead since he has shown to be so tapped into helping women? Yet, most likely, he’d get a swift boot where it counts. Yah, bad idea. Better to send him back to the men’s locker room for being such a potty mouth, brat.

  • Why is Keith moving to a place his lawyers will not be able to meet him? Seems the justice system has never wanted Keith to have full access to his lawyers.

      • Yes, there are telephones and airplanes, but why the need to push it to that point already, when it makes no sense. Anyone with a brain would agree that it is unreasonable to send KR to another facility before he finishes out his final hearings, and before he has any chance to speak with Ms. Bonjean.

        The only logical explanation is that the BOP knows their case against KR is weak and manufactured, and the easiest way to hide their tracks is to lower the possibility of Bonjean having full access with him.

        • Really? Well, off the top of my head, I can think of several more “logical explanations” for moving Keith out of MDC now:
          – Except for a hundred or so Cadre inmates, MDC is not used to house inmates who have already been convicted and sentenced. Thus, it made sense to move Keith to another location — especially since MDC is running out of space because of all the COVID-19-related trial delays and sentencing delays.

          – MDC and Lewisburg are in the same BOP Region — and routinely swap inmates who need to be moved to a new location.

          – USP Tucson is considered to be a safe placement for those inmates who have been convicted of a sex crime. As a result, it is always full — and when an opening is scheduled to occur, the BOP tries to fill that opening as quickly as possible.

          – Despite the fact that he has hired a new attorney, there is no guaranty that Keith is actually going to file an appeal.

          – Keith need not be present in person for the restitution hearings — which will very likely be held via videoconference.

          – The BOP can always move Keith back to MDC on a temporary basis if his attorney can convince a judge there is a need to do so.

          – Lewisburg is on the way to USP Tucson.

          – Keith committed numerous violations while he was at MDC (e.g., possession of cell phones, other contraband, etc.).

          – Keith has gotten beat up by other inmates whenever he’s been put into a general population setting at MDC.

          And on and on…

          • If we’re going to make a list of arguments, I suppose I will counter yours, in order (not that it’ll change your mind).

            – This point would make sense if KR had been moved out of MDC right after his sentencing. However, they waited for months, so they don’t seem to be struggling too much with inmate space.

            – If it’s so routine and easy to swap inmates, then it will be just as easy to do so in a couple of months.

            – I understand that USP Tucson is the best option, I support that decision. I understand it may be hard to secure a spot in, but regardless of when a spot opens up, he still has to complete the 2-week quarantine. There is no explanation for why they chose to move him to Lewisburg to complete the quarantine when it would take the same amount of time to do so at MDC. Unless the move is to get him away from Bonjean asap.

            – I feel like this one is just silly. Of course, he’s going to file an appeal, and he’ll keep doing so until his innocence is agreed upon.

            – Will they allow him videoconferencing to meet with his attorney? If so, that’s one point, but why bother with videoconferencing when he has more obligation to be in Brooklyn. No need to create extra work by moving him to Lewisburg.

            – This would be fair, except Garafuis has a stick up his ass, so you know that’s a moot point.

            – Yes, we know Lewisburg is on the way to Tucson, and it will still be on the way to Tucson in a couple of months.

            – MDC is a facility that is able to hold inmates of all security levels, implying they have the exact same capability of holding KR as Lewisburg (a high-security facility) does. If both facilities can function at high-security, then the location holds no significance to KR slipping contraband past security.

            – KR would be unable to get assaulted if he would be placed in quarantine at MDC, or if he would be placed in PC like the facility should do, as they hold the responsibility of protecting the inmates in their custody.

            And on and on and on…

        • Do you think the BOP can take requests from every rapist and child molester and their fans? It is prison. It is punitive. They cannot accommodate Keith and his cult and not all the other prisoners and their families’ wishes. Sounds like you expect special treatment to continue for Vanguard. That’s over. He is already using other people’s money to fund his legal defense. Why don’t you worry about the prisoners who don’t have that luxury? Who’s being paid to look out for their rights? Maybe you could volunteer to help them?

  • It is sweet and fitting that Raniere should serve out his sentence amongst his own kind: namely Sex Offenders. Anything else would be wildly inappropriate, including a Supermax.

    Let him wear the cap that fits.

  • My nephew went to a military fort for specialized training and he had to be tested for Covid, which he did not have, and quarantined in a hotel for 14 days.

    All for a disease that kills 82-year-old people in nursing homes.

    Welcome to the new normal.

    America, Land of the Cowardly and Home of the Stupid.

  • Me parece esto una nota periodística sin ética profesional. Me parece que intentan destruir la honorabilidad de un hombre que fue declarado culpable en un juicio lleno de irregularidades.

    • Raniere had highly-paid lawyers and was convicted by a jury. Just because their ethics don’t match up with his doesn’t make them bad – in fact, quite the opposite.

  • Robert W. Gray, who goes by the name R.W. Gray, was in Nxivm.

    He is a no-name short film maker and homosexual.

    He wants to be in the public eye, so let it be on record he was a Nxivm cultist.

    Many wannabe celebrities, liberals and homosexuals have Nxivm cult backgrounds.

    • Robert Gray did take a few courses. He was a friend of Allison Mack. Then he turned against Nxivm and condemned them on social media. His sexual orientation seems irrelevant except perhaps to say that this gay man found fault with Nxivm and was not afraid to go public with it.

      • Who said only liberals were gay and enjoyed giving and receiving reach-arounds?

        In general, most back-door delivery men are liberals.

        As for Milo, he has said many times he loves black cock. He is even ‘married’ to a black fairy . They play Romeo and Julian together. And Milo is half jewish.

        Yet he still gets called a ‘white supremacist’.

  • While I don’t generally like to wish ill upon others, I strongly believe that our vantard is worthy of the same level of empathy that he has demonstrated to others these many years past.

    Viva Executive Success!

    • Snorlax-

      Keith received 3-4 beatings in prison. In addition, he was treated with mental cruelty such as having his shoes repeatedly filled with excrement and his glasses broken. Plus, as a bonus, his entire body from lack of medical care was covered in ringworm.

      I’d say the ledger is even as far as torture goes now.

    • I don’t think that’s correct. His background is Italian. In fact, I believe that previous articles on this blog have made mention of his anti-Semitic attitudes, as recounted by former members of Nxivm.

      • Why is his background Italian when he has a mother who is from Ukraine?
        And do they know that there are also Jews in Italy?

        • Well his father is Italian…as evidenced by his surname and discussed in this blog. Also, Ukrainians are obviously not exclusively Jewish. Curious about your interest in this!

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    CHERRY STREET SERVICES, INC (DETROIT, MI) (RRC) 10 0 10
    CHERRY STREET SERVICES, INC. (GRAND RAPIDS, MI) (RRC) 5 0 5
    CHICAGO MCC 532 1 246
    CITY FAITH, LITTLE ROCK, AR (LITTLE ROCK, AR) (RRC) 1 0 1
    COLEMAN I USP 564 79 66
    COLEMAN II USP 891 31 222
    COLEMAN LOW FCI 1267 476 245
    COLEMAN MEDIUM FCI 956 102 327
    COMM CORR ASSOC, INC. (YOUNGSTOWN, OH) (RRC) 3 0 3
    COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTERS IN (RAPID CITY, SD) (RRC) 2 0 2
    COMMUNITY EXTENDED NUCLEAR TRA (FARGO, ND) (RRC) 8 0 8
    COMMUNITY EXTENDED NUCLEAR TRA (MANDAN, ND) (RRC) 2 0 2
    COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR JUSTIC (BUFFALO, NY) (RRC) 3 0 3
    COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS INC (WILMINGTON, DE) (RRC) 3 0 2
    COOLIDGE HOUSE (BOSTON, MA) (RRC) 10 0 6
    CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES INC. (SAN DIEGO, CA) (RRC) 16 0 14
    COUNTY REHABILITATION CENTER (TYLER, TX) (RRC) 8 0 8
    CROSSPOINT SAN ANTONIO (SAN ANTONIO, TX) (RRC) 19 1 19
    CSC-DISMAS CHARITIES, INC (ATLANTA, GA) (RRC) 6 0 6
    CUMBERLAND FCI 819 1 262
    DANBURY FCI 821 0 196
    DEVENS FMC 752 0 372
    DIERSEN – NASHVILLE (NASHVILLE, TN) (RRC) 4 1 4
    DIERSON CHARITIES MEMPHIS (MEMPHIS, TN) (RRC) 18 0 18
    DISMAS CCC (TUCSON, AZ) (RRC) 12 1 12
    DISMAS CHARITIES AT KEARNEY (KEARNEY, NE) (RRC) 1 0 1
    DISMAS CHARITIES AT OMAHA (OMAHA, NE) (RRC) 5 0 5
    DISMAS CHARITIES COMM.CORR.CTR (GREENSBORO, NC) (RRC) 1 0 1
    DISMAS CHARITIES OF LOUISVILLE (LOUISVILLE, KY) (RRC) 4 0 4
    DISMAS CHARITIES OF ORLANDO (ORLANDO, FL) (RRC) 3 0 2
    DISMAS CHARITIES, ALBUQUERQUE (ALBUQUERQUE, NM) (RRC) 33 8 33
    DISMAS CHARITIES, INC (AUGUSTA, GA) (RRC) 1 0 1
    DISMAS CHARITIES, INC (SIOUX CITY, IA) (RRC) 3 0 3
    DISMAS CHARLESTON (ST ALBANS, WV) (RRC) 10 0 10
    DISMAS CLARKSBURG (CLARKSBURG, WV) (RRC) 8 0 8
    DISMAS CORPUS CHRISTI (CORPUS CHRISTI, TX) (RRC) 1 0 1
    DISMAS DAY REPORTING CENTER (MEMPHIS, TN) (RRC) 1 0 1
    DISMAS DEL RIO (DEL RIO, TX) (RRC) 6 0 6
    DISMAS EL PASO (EL PASO, TX) (RRC) 3 0 3
    DISMAS HOUSE CHARITIES, INC. (DANIA, FL) (RRC) 5 0 5
    DISMAS HOUSE OF ST. LOUIS (ST. LOUIS, MO) (RRC) 2 0 2
    DISMAS LAREDO (LAREDO, TX) (RRC) 5 0 4
    DISMAS MIDLAND (MIDLAND, TX) (RRC) 11 0 11
    DISMAS OF LEXINGTON (LEXINGTON, KY) (RRC) 1 0 1
    DISMAS OF MANCHESTER (MANCHESTER, KY) (RRC) 1 0 1
    DRC DAY REPORTING CENTER – GEO (SACRAMENTO, CA) (RRC) 1 1 1
    DUBLIN FCI 720 7 303
    DULUTH FPC 303 0 214
    EDGEFIELD FCI 1021 0 229
    EL RENO FCI 870 0 306
    ELKTON FCI 1405 0 628
    ENGLEWOOD FCI 871 15 687
    ESTILL FCI 45 2 2
    FAIRTON FCI 892 0 294
    FAIRVIEW RRC (WASHINGTON, DC) (RRC) 1 0 1
    FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTERS, INC. (SPRINGFIELD, IL) (RRC) 1 0 1
    FLORENCE ADMAX USP 70 1 4
    FLORENCE – HIGH USP 596 0 77
    FLORENCE FCI 1020 14 626
    FORREST CITY LOW FCI 1606 0 731
    FORREST CITY MEDIUM FCI 1048 2 327
    FORT DIX FCI 2522 17 1471
    FORT WORTH FMC 1125 5 654
    GARDEN GROVE CCC (GARDEN GROVE, CA) (RRC) 10 0 10
    GEO CARE (LAS VEGAS, NV) (RRC) 9 0 9
    GEO CARE INC CORDOVA CENTER (ANCHORAGE, AK) (RRC) 1 0 1
    GEO CARE INC. (SALT LAKE CITY, UT) (RRC) 21 0 21
    GEO CARE/ EL MONTE (EL MONTE, CA) (RRC) 6 0 6
    GEO PHILADELPHIA RRC (PHILADELPHIA, PA) (RRC) 1 0 1
    GEO REENTRY INC. (LEAVENWORTH, KS) (RRC) 28 0 28
    GEO REENTRY/ MARVIN GARDENS (LOS ANGELES, CA) (RRC) 7 0 7
    GHENT RRC (NORFOLK, VA) (RRC) 1 0 1
    GILMER FCI 817 1 308
    GREAT FALLS PRE-RELEASE CENTER (GREAT FALLS, MT) (RRC) 6 0 6
    GREENVILLE FCI 1187 4 667
    GUAYNABO MDC 758 0 46
    HAMPSHIRE HOUSE (MANCHESTER, NH) (RRC) 1 0 1
    HAZELTON FCI 660 18 163
    HAZELTON USP 646 2 54
    HERLONG FCI 846 2 264
    HILLSBOROUGH CO. RRC, TAMPA,FL (TAMPA, FL) (RRC) 3 0 3
    HONOLULU FDC 234 4 7
    HORIZON HOUSE (ALBANY, NY) (RRC) 2 0 0
    HOUSTON FDC 460 3 186
    HUMAN SERVICE CENTER (PEORIA, IL) (RRC) 7 0 7
    JACKSONVILLE RESID REENTRY CTR (JACKSONVILLE, FL) (RRC) 11 0 10
    JESUP FCI 797 7 414
    KINTOCK RRC (NEWARD, NJ) (RRC) 10 0 10
    LA TUNA FCI 715 0 531
    LAKE REGION LAW ENFORCEMENT CE (DEVILS LAKE, ND) (RRC) 4 0 4
    LEAVENWORTH USP 1366 0 714
    LEE USP 935 8 332
    LEIDEL SANCTION CENTER (HOUSTON, TX) (RRC) 20 2 19
    LEWISBURG USP 622 0 112

  • COVID-19 Cases
    01/08/2021 – The BOP has 123,119 federal inmates in BOP-managed institutions and 13,882 in community-based facilities. The BOP staff complement is approximately 36,000. There are 6,176 federal inmates and 2,019 BOP staff who have confirmed positive test results for COVID-19 nationwide. Currently, 35,647 inmates and 3,147 staff have recovered. There have been 183 federal inmate deaths and 3 BOP staff member deaths attributed to COVID-19 disease. Of the inmate deaths, 4 occurred while on home confinement. Full breakdown and additional details …

    https://www.bop.gov/coronavirus/#

    • This makes my head explode, AND the guilty Effer is out of jail while he awaits a sentence for his other thefts. Staying at a friends house, and he promises to not use the internet. The lying liar that lies promises??? What a bunch of bull crap.

  • Mister Frank this site says it is to be investigate journalism and you publish where is location innocent man. This is hate bias and media needs to be responsible. Innocent man could be hurt because now gangs know where he is. Why is all so angry? Real criminals are angry peoples.

    • The U.S. Bureau of Prisons maintains a database regarding the location of every federal prisoner — and that database can be accessed by the general public. Besides, if you think that someone like Keith Raniere can be transferred to a new prison without every other prisoner there knowing about it within 24-hours, you don’t understand how prisons work.

    • What does the weather have to do with where Raniere ends up, versus being sent to a location that doesn’t sentence him to death by other inmates?

  • Q: How many Nxians does it take to change a light bulb?

    A: 24

    1 to rot in prison for the rest of his life, feeling like a victim

    1 to spend 81 months incarcerated

    4 to nervously await sentencing

    1 to think they are very clever by insisting the bulb isn’t “burned out” but rather “unable to emit light”

    1 to transcribe 44 reasons his guru doesn’t think the light bulb needs to be changed

    1 to post random quotes from a philosopher they’ve never read

    1 to compose somewhat comprehensible, run-on sentences

    3 to insist the light bulb is either faking being burned out or wanted it that way because it is a freak

    5 to twerk outside federal jails

    6 to repeatedly post the words “hate,” “anger,” “bias,” “media,” and “ad hominem” on the Frank Report

    • You still need one who paid the electricity bill. Otherwise, if you have not paid the bills, the power supply may be interrupted and you will not have electricity.

    • What’s wrong with pointing out that someone is being hateful, biased, and making ad hominem attacks? Do you not believe those things are tearing apart our country’s culture? I wish there were *more* people who pointed those things out so that we can have a more civil dialogue about so many important issues that our country needs to work out.

      • Amy, your [redacted] don’t convince anyone outside of the NXIVM Koolaid bubble.

        Defending child rape, trafficking and porn, among many other heinous crimes, through “civil dialogue” wins you no friends in the real world.

        It isn’t just that you don’t get it. All that Koolaid in your bloodstream makes it impossible for you to get it.

        Please keep doing the same thing and expecting different results–you aren’t really [redacted] so obvious.

  • KOLD13, Tuscon TV, reported on December 20, 2020 that 2 men had died recently from COVID who were prisoners at the United States Penitentiary, Tuscon. Both were above seventy years of age and had certain, um, ah, er, whatchamacallits, pre-existing conditions. Both were also cared for at the prison infirmary before being sent to local hospitals, eventually put on ventilators, and so much for that.

    Arizona state prisons are notorious, but this federal prison, well, it would be hard to imagine it could be worse than Joe Arpaio-land ever managed to be.

    If Raniere does have to drop off briefly in Oklahoma, will Frank Report readers get to know, while or after it happens? It would be good to tune into Raniere’s escorted body searches more or less on the spot. Oklahoma HAS stories not fit for print, too scary for the prairie. But never mind all that. This is Raniere’s ticket to ride. A star at last, by golly.

    Meanwhile what to say to old demon Bubba, except for good luck with all of that? After all, Bubba has screwed himself, royally and at last. This is a matter of using his own free will and being housed in a manner in which he may continue to screw himself, uninterrupted, unlike poor Angelina Jolie.

    • We access the Federal Prisoner Locator System several times a day to check on Keith’s status (It’s usually no more than a day behind in terms of where federal prisoners are located). As of 8:00 AM on January 10th, he was still ensconced at USP Lewisburg.

  • Is it really not the least bit suspicious that as soon as Bonjean requested he stay at MDC, they send him off?

    If they’re so confident in their “air-tight case”, why the need to push things along to prevent KR talking with his attorney(which is supposed to be one of the few rights he maintains currently)? They’re completely ignoring BOP protocol for quarantine. Why bother to quarantine now after he has already moved facilities, and had a perfectly capable place to quarantine back at MDC? Ridiculous.

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His work has been cited in hundreds of news outlets, like The New York Times, The Daily Mail, VICE News, CBS News, Fox News, New York Post, New York Daily News, Oxygen, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, The Sun, The Times of London, CBS Inside Edition, among many others in all five continents.

His work helping take down NXIVM is featured in books like “Captive” by Catherine Oxenberg; “Scarred” by Sarah Edmonson; “The Program” by Toni Natalie, and “NXIVM. La secta que sedujo al poder en México” by Juan Alberto Vasquez.

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

Parlato appeared on the Nancy Grace Show, Gretchen Carlson Show, Dr. Oz and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, where Parlato scored the first ever interview with Keith Raniere after his arrest, which many credit Parlato with engineering. He will be featured in an upcoming episode of American Greed.

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