Suneel: ‘Did I Lie About FBI Examiner Brian Booth Going Dark? Or Did He Lie About Exif Data?’

Brian Booth told a little white one.

By Suneel Chakravorty

FBI Senior Forensic Examiner Brian Booth claimed under oath that EXIF data, the hard evidence used to date the Cami photos, is hard to change and is, therefore, reliable. 

To date, no one has been able to rebut my assertion that his claim is false, yet people have accused me of lying in this article: FBI Senior Forensic Examiner Brian Booth Goes Dark on LinkedIn After His Bogus EXIF Data Testimony Scrutinized.

Here were my claims:

  1. Booth made his LinkedIn Profile private, meaning only LinkedIn members could see it.
  2. Brian Booth changed his profile to now be Brian B.


Here is a sample comment:

Suneel is the big liar.: “October 10th. No correction. No principles, Suneel. You threw away any chance of being taken seriously. Just a stalker and a fool.”

Here are the facts:

  • As far as I can tell, Brian Booth has become Brian B. I have asked several people, who would have no reason to be blocked, to check out his new profile, and they confirmed this.
  • While I was wrong about Booth’s profile not being accessible, he still lost his last name. A man ought to own up to his last name. Booth doesn’t. 

 Mexican Lady provided this screenshot of Booth’s new profile, showing “Brian B.”, without a last name:


I was wrong about him having gone completely dark on LinkedIn, but as far as I can tell, as of the writing of this article, I’m not wrong about him getting rid of his last name. A last name is a terrible thing to lose. 

More importantly, one can argue that losing your last name on Linked-in is going dark.


Why Call This Stalking?

Also, commenters called my article tantamount to stalking:

 Nataskha: This is nothing more than stalking posing as an investigation. Creepy.

Let’s examine this.

I believe Brian Booth, an employee of the FBI, may have lied under oath in a criminal case. Frank Parlato, an investigative journalist and nemesis of Keith Raniere, looked into Booth’s testimony.

After the Frank Report articles, I wrote an article where I noted his LinkedIn profile had changed. So, how exactly is FBI Senior Forensic Examiner Brian Booth a victim of stalking?

Anyways, whether the man wishes to be called Brian Booth or Brian B, I will give little further attention to the matter. I am more interested in learning if he lied under oath or whether he was part of an effort that looks like the FBI tampered with the most important evidence in the case against Keith Raniere — the Cami photos.  

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2 years ago

“Did I lie about not having the hard drive?” — Suneel Chakravorty

Suneel Defined
Suneel Defined
2 years ago

Naive: deficient in worldly wisdom or informed judgment

Devotee: an ardent follower, supporter, or enthusiast

Sycophantic: fawning, obsequious

Idiot: a foolish or stupid person

Disposable: designed to be used once or only a limited number of times and then thrown away

Tool: one who is used or manipulated by another

2 years ago


Somewhere out there, there is a man by the name of Brian Booth, who is laughing his ass off at you!

I too am LMAO @ you!

The Time Line Man
The Time Line Man
2 years ago

The DOJ is formally after Suneel! 🙂

Here’s an intriguing timeline of events to ponder:

1. Suneel has been posting articles, for months, that his experts can prove the hard drives were tampered with. The DOJ has never taken any action, to ascertain how Suneel illegally gained his copy of the hard drives.

2. Then Suneel writes an article attacking FBI expert Brian Booth, and Nicki Clyne posts the article on her Twitter feed.

3. Brian Booth changes his name to B.Booth, likely because a few of Nicki’s 20k Twitter followers begin harassing him.

4. Immediately after Booth changes his name, Suneel makes note of the name change – and posts it on the Frank Report.

5. Booth starts getting harassed again. He becomes aware of Suneel’s latest post and, thus, changes his name back.

6. About a week later, the DOJ begins investigating how Suneel acquired the hard drives.

Correlation does not prove causation. However, it would seem that Suneel brought the long arm of the law on himself. 🙁

K.R. Claviger
2 years ago

One more issue to consider…

Suneel has claimed that he and his experts have proof that the pictures of the underaged Cami were tampered with by the FBI.

But as far as I know, the copy of the hard drive that was shared with Keith’s defense attorneys did not have any pictures of the underaged Cami (My recollection is that the Feds originally turned over a copy of the hard drive that did have those pictures but then immediately demanded that it be returned – without any copies being made – because those pictures would constitute child pornography).

So, what exactly are Suneel and his experts analyzing – and where did it come from?

Perry Mazzin
Perry Mazzin
2 years ago
Reply to  K.R. Claviger

K.R. Claviger-

I firmly believe Suneel possesses the full original copy of the hard drive. Why else would Suneel use an “overseas”’ expert? The DOJ can’t subpoena the expert in India.

Suneel has certainly added some new intrigue, mystery, and suspense to the NXIVM saga. 😉

I don’t want to see Suneel go down; I want to see him move on with his life.

K.R. Claviger
2 years ago
Reply to  Perry Mazzin

Even if you’re correct – and you very well may be – the question still remains as to where Suneel got copies of the alleged child porn pictures of Camila when she was 15. And don’t bother waiting for Suneel to answer that question because as he has previously shown, when the questions get tough, Suneel fades away like a fart in a tornado.

Query 4 The Notorious KRC
Query 4 The Notorious KRC
2 years ago
Reply to  K.R. Claviger

K. R. C.

Would sending child pornography out of the country be a crime? If Suneel sent child pornography to India in any way shape or form – would more alphabet agencies get involved?

Isn’t that a crime in and of itself?

You have a child from Mexico photographed explicitly in America and now the child porn is in India?!

Also… Does Camilla have a civil case against Suneel for internationally distributing pornographic images of her as a child?

And would that civil case invoke Suneel and the lawyers to testify under oath?

And then could Suneel still be criminally charged?


K.R. Claviger
2 years ago

Here’s the quick and easy answer from the perspective of U.S. laws: “Federal law prohibits the production, distribution, reception, and possession of an image of child pornography using or affecting any means or facility of interstate or foreign commerce”.

Not sure what the laws are in India – but it doesn’t really matter because anyone sending child pornography from a U.S. location to another state or another country would be prosecutable in the U.S.

If Suneel possessed the naked photos of Camila – or distributed them to another state or country – Camila would likely be able to sustain a civil claim against him.

Were Camila to bring a civil claim against Suneel and the case got to the discovery stage, he would be deposed — and have to answer questions under oath. And if his answers indicated that he did, in fact, possess and/or distribute child pornography, that testimony could be used to bring criminal charges against him (Unless he was hoping to be reunited with his Vanguard, Suneel would most likely invoke his Fifth Amendment rights were he to be asked such questions).

Suneel’s attorneys would not be subject to being deposed unless they were somehow directly involved in the possession and/or distribution of child pornography themselves.

2 years ago

Suneel, I urgently need your help!

I am bemused — why a sane and intelligent Harvard graduate, such as yourself, cares so much about, an FBI forensic examiner changing his name from Brian Booth to B. Booth on LinkedIn.

I can’t surmise a reason. Please supply me with one.

I’ll be your best friend if you reply! 😉

2 years ago

This is reaching, and wishful thinking. You are not going to get your idol out of jail. If KR does behave himself, then he will get out in 99 years.

Dog lawyer.
Dog lawyer.
2 years ago

The irony of Nxivm dead-enders suing Starz over “defamation” but these same clowns like Suneel posting misinformation about Brian Booth all over social media is not lost on this canine attorney.

The tweeting and retweeting of Brian Booth, a civil servant, with a Pinocchio nose meme when Booth’s reputation and career could be negatively impacted, as well as the attempt to publicly humiliate Brian Booth, is being instigated by the same delicate Nxium cult followers who are “damaged” by a laugh track on a TV show.

For shame! See you in court.

2 years ago
Reply to  Dog lawyer.

It’s been said the FBI agent should sue Suneel and now Nicki

LinkedIn change is no big deal
LinkedIn change is no big deal
2 years ago

and what’s more, if you rely on LinkedIn for business, your business is already dead.

Didn’t nxivm have a whole litigation machine based on these types of nothing burgers?

2 years ago

Suneel. Thank you for taking notice. You are wise to ‘give little further attention to the matter’. Going forward, drawing lines for one’s own sanity is very wise. There is a risk of getting too obsessive over irrelevant details and missing the bigger picture and what is a realistic outcome here. My wish is that you come out of this OK. Many people will be willing to help you when that time comes.

Seeker of Truth
Seeker of Truth
2 years ago

Suneel, I misunderstood you too.

Reading this website has made me realize that I don’t necessarily understand people correctly at first. This is a hard Truth to accept, but that is part of my personal journey.

Suneel, why is it so important for you to make Brian Booth wrong? What is it that makes you so fearful when you look in the mirror and try to fill that Void within yourself by being “right”?

That fear is causing your anger which leads to your Hate. That only consumes you and damages your Soul.

Now that I have read more of your posts, you have clearly come to the conclusion that Keith Raniere is THE TRUTH. That is very dangerous. People who believe that one human encapsulates THE TRUTH are very dangerous, first and foremost to themselves.

You used to dance with joy when you were younger. Then you started to dance with HATE.

Be easy on your SELF. Be forgiving of your SELF. That will let you look into the mirror with more grace and acceptance.

Consider reading Marshall Rosenberg’s “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life.”

Search for Truth, not THE Truth.

2 years ago

Will Brian B sue Suneel for defamation when this is all over?

We hope so

Sunell has money, lots of money
He sold his computer software company and has the money Brian can soothe his soul with after Suneel has drug it through the Frank Report and beyond

Think of what will come out in Discovery

Time for more popcorn 🍿

2 years ago

Suneel, you still haven’t shown any proof that the FBI agent did, in FACT, do what you think he did.

No arrest has happened, no Rule 33 motion has been filed.

If you haven’t seen the Hard Drive that contains pictures of Cami and they were never on the HD turned over to Raniere’s attorneys, how the hell can you say they were tampered with?

We the readers of the FR want to know?

You won’t answer because you never answer the really hard questions, do you?

You answer the stupid questions like the ones above.

What a waste of a post

Nice Guy
Nice Guy
2 years ago

I have taken the time to bone-up on the subject of Computer Forensics. We have no idea if you even followed Computer Forensic protocols/procedures.

Computer Forensics Issues you have never addressed:
• A true forensics image/copy takes hours to produce. How did you have the time?
• Was a Write Block Device used?
• Were Encase or some other courtroom recognized software tools used in the data analysis?
• Are the JPEGs exact copies of proprietary digital camera RAW files?
• Did you use Logical copy/paste or a Forensics image to make the data file ie hard drive copies?
• Were the image copies of the drives emailed or were physical hard copies shipped to the experts?

Suneel, you have us all debating one completely ridiculous issue — Brian Booth’s off-the-cuff testimony: i.e., his answer to one question regarding EXIF data and how difficult it is to manipulate.

The real issues are the quality of your hard drive copies because your expert opinions are worthless if they’re based on BAD DATA! Plus your experts aren’t even experts in Computer Forensics.

I don’t expect answers to my questions.
Clearly, you don’t want to incriminate yourself. I know your heart is in the right place, but you are deluding yourself and bullshitting us….

Take care!

P.S. I am not K.R. Claviger and I don’t have the patience to debate the supposed crackpot IT Experts who permeate the Frank Report and don’t listen to reality.
I have a desktop software background in no particular order skills using MFC, AS 400 DBs, Com, C++, VB, JavaScript, ATL etc….. All old tech, but more than the IT cranks on Frank Report know or understand.

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Frank Parlato is an investigative journalist.

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 to expose and 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 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.

Additionally, Parlato’s coverage of the group OneTaste, starting in 2018, helped spark an FBI investigation, which led to indictments of two of its leaders in 2023.

Parlato appeared on the Nancy Grace Show, Beyond the Headlines with Gretchen Carlson, Dr. Oz, American Greed, Dateline NBC, and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, where Parlato conducted the first-ever interview with Keith Raniere after his arrest. This was ironic, as many credit Parlato as one of the primary architects of his arrest and the cratering of the cult he founded.

Parlato is a consulting producer and appears in TNT's The Heiress and the Sex Cult, which premiered on May 22, 2022. Most recently, he consulted and appeared on Tubi's "Branded and Brainwashed: Inside NXIVM," which aired January, 2023.

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