Where Is the Collateral? Rosa Laura Kept It in a Vault in Her Home in Clifton Park

Rosa Laura Junco

In creating DOS, Keith Raniere came up with a marvelous idea to secure his slaves’ loyalty and their silence. He would have them give collateral – blackmail-worthy material which would be stored securely and be released only if they were disobedient or told anyone of the existence of DOS, the secret master-slave group he had created.

Collateral and branding the women with his initials on their groin were the twin ideas that led grandmaster Raniere from his abode in upstate New York to a federal penitentiary in Tucson, Arizona for the rest of his life.

But where is the collateral he collected from 105 women?

Keith Raniere was also known as Vanguard.

Collateral consisted of diverse things: nude photographs and videos of the slaves, with closeups of, as his lawyer once tried to describe it, “vulvas” – it was face and vulva – or vulvas with faces that made up a large part of the collateral.

Then were confessions – written or videotaped – confessions to crimes or other abhorrent, deviant, aberrant things – perversions, cheating on spouses – true or untrue – confessions to being a prostitute or molesting a child or embezzling.

Then there was ratting on relatives and friends, videos or letters already stamped ready to be sent to authorities.

Collateral consisted also of tendering financial items – like the deed to one’s house or car or business.

DOS was stopped by Frank Report when we started publishing reports of its existence in June 2017.

But before that, with more than 100 women handing over collateral every month, it was a tall order to keep track of it all.

DOS was growing by leaps and bounds.

The first-line masters are pictured in a circle around their glorious master.

It seems Rosa Laura Junco, one of eight first-line masters, was the curator of collateral, the woman assigned to judge its value and store it.

Collateral was supposed to be able to destroy every area of a woman’s life were it to be released. So it had to be rated for its potency.

Raniere thought so highly of rating collateral he designated it to be a craft.

Lauren Salzman

As Lauren Salzman, another of the eight first-line masters testified, “Rosa Laura was head of the collateral craft, so, like, the committee that dealt with collateral, so she was responsible for reviewing and cataloging and storing and rating the effectiveness or legitimacy of each of the collaterals.”

Let’s parse that.

Rosa Laura was responsible for

  1. reviewing
  2. cataloging
  3. storing
  4. rating the effectiveness or legitimacy of each piece of collateral.

Rosa Laura kept the collaterals in her home in Clifton Park, inside a vault in her office. There she could, at her leisure, review and catalogue and rate each nude, and study each confession to determine whether it was legitimate and how effective it would be in destroying that woman’s life.

Rosa Laura lived at 557 Englemore, not far from where her master, Keith Raniere lived.

In her home, Rosa Laura had a grand piano in case the brilliant one appeared, for she knew he had taught himself to play piano at concert level at the age of 12.

 

In this unobtrusive office [above] was a vault and inside it was the collateral.

After Frank Report broke the story of DOS, the New York Times followed, and the US DOJ began an investigation, Raniere fled to Mexico. So did Rosa Laura.

What she did with the collateral in her office is unknown.

The home appears to have sold last March

It is rumored she assigned a DOS slave to take the collateral physically from her home and stash it somewhere.

It appears the collateral went south of the border, down Mexico way.

More than 100 women repeatedly sent nudes and confessions to all sorts of crimes and other embarrassing things and a woman, the daughter of Mexico’s largest publishing magnate, reviewed it and rated its effectiveness.

It was a physical body of material. It existed both digitally and in print. Where is it now?

In our next report, we will examine what eyewitnesses knew about it, including Lauren Salzman, after it got down to Mexico.

 

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  • Congrats on revealing the location of the collateral in Rosa Laura’s vault which I already revealed in my first comments to your collateral series months ago.

  • There was speculation that the name Nxivm derived from “nexum,” a Roman form of contract in which your actual physical body became collateral in case you defaulted:
    https://artvoice.com/2018/04/08/nexumnxivm-eerie-parallels-raniere-sexslavery-ancient-roman-slave-contracts/#.W5OFsOhKiM8

    So it’s possible that the idea of collateral was branded very deeply into the whole concept of Nxivm.

    If anyone was beginning to smell a rat about Nxivm, the collateral should have been the clincher. How apparently intelligent people went along with this, is just beyond me. It shows what desperation actually lurked under all those happy smiles.

  • Where? My guess is that guy who put up the Bronfman phone calls has them as part of his stash.

    But given that the posted audio was taken down leads me to think he’s now back-stroking with dolphins.

    Or he’s hiding in the mountains.

    Should we send care packages? Can you arrange this?

  • It appears that Rosa knew what they were up to was illegal. She was smart enough to flee and stay away from people like Nicki Clyne, who might give away her location. I wonder if she also limited her involvement, to reduce the chances of charges being filed.

  • “This is evident in the words of lead prosecutor Moira Penza, who explained that, “we were in a situation where we needed to have charges that we could put into place quickly while continuing our investigation” (Seduced Ep 4, 29:22). ‘

    “Furthermore, during proffer sessions with the government, DOS members reported that, “it seemed [the government’s] goal was to tell me my perspective” (Michele Hatchette) and that Penza appeared “vested in her opinions and hypotheses being correct. As I asserted contrary data or opinions to hers she often got visibly upset…” (Danielle Roberts)”

    New article from Leah Mottishaw of the Dossier Project.

    https://www.thedossierproject.com/articles/the-tale-of-dos?s=09

    Isn’t the freedom of speech grand?

    It’s our only hope that, eventually, the truth will be available no matter how powerful the enemies to justice are.

    Alanzo

    • The Smartest Man in the World chose not to call Leah Mottishaw, Danielle Roberts, Michele Hatchette, Nicki Clyne or any of these hyper-empowered women to testify in his behalf.

      Why?

      Did he doubt their ability to be believed on the stand?

      Are you questioning the wisdom of The Smartest Man in the World?

      Are you implying that DOS members were wrong to revere Raniere as The Smartest Man in the World?

      Regardles, he’s never getting out of prison.

      Cry in the coffee you drink to wash down your Ring Dings™.

      https://oa.org/

  • “Collateral and branding the women with his initials on their groin were the twin ideas that led grandmaster Raniere from his abode in upstate New York to a federal penitentiary in Tucson, Arizona for the rest of his life.”

    Exactly right and well said.

    Raniere was a colossal fool who believed far too much in his own cleverness. He let himself be led by his dick and it ended up putting his ass in prison.

    Yet bigger fools were his idiot disciples who exposed themselves to blackmail and also exposed themselves in the most literal sense. Why did they do this? Because they were foolish. They were foolish enough to join Raniere’s cult, foolish enough to think his inane twaddle was worth $$$, foolish enough to think his sexist, outdated misogyny was liberating. So it’s no surprise that they were eager to give him nude photos. These were women who were lining up to fuck him, after all.

    The story of Nxivm is a tragicomedy stranger than fiction. A lesson in greed and stupidity and human folly. It’s comedy in the classic sense, where the villain gets his comeuppance and the foolish pay the price of their folly. It’s also comedy because there’s a lot to laugh at here.

    • “Why did they do this? Because they were foolish. They were foolish enough to join Raniere’s cult, foolish enough to think his inane twaddle was worth $$$, foolish enough to think his sexist, outdated misogyny was liberating. So it’s no surprise that they were eager to give him nude photos. These were women who were lining up to fuck him, after all.’

      “The story of Nxivm is a tragicomedy stranger than fiction. “

      Once again, you have no idea wtf you’re talking about, AT. Your story of NXIVM is ‘stranger than fiction’ because your psycho analysis of those who took NXIVM courses and other programs is completely wrong.

      Your ignorant dehumanizations make you feel superior to those you seek to humiliate.

      So allow me to do a little mind-reading and psycho-analysis of you, since you find yourself to be such a penetrating anticult guru:

      Do you have an emasculating shrew of a wife? One who trashes and humiliates you every day?

      This would explain your degrading projections here on the Frank Report. You need to demean and degrade someone else because you are demeaned and degraded every morning at the breakfast table. And you’re probably too much of a coward to get a divorce, aren’t you?

      So the Frank Report is your mobile home waste disposal station, where you unload the toxic poison your own life fills you up with every day.

      Alanzo

      • Alanzo,

        Your analysis of Aristotle’s Sausage isn’t exactly riveted in relevant points. Carrying on about his wife abusing him hardly substantiates your “diagnosis” of him. It’s not the first time you resort to character assasination intstead of focusing on allegedly weak points of the opposing side.

        I know, you must be catching fire right now and, according to your view of the world, you’d love to try your kitchen knives on my internal organs.

        You look like an extremely frustrated individual, Alanzo.

        I thought you’d present some pertinent points as counterarguments to AT’s view of Nxivm.

        No need to reply. Reading your approach to demonstrating others being in the wrong is tiresome and wanders around some immense fields devoid of something really vital.

        • “Your analysis of Aristotle’s Sausage isn’t exactly riveted in relevant points. “

          Done all that, Alex – over and over.

          With a guy like AT, you have to realize that he did not come to his beliefs about ‘cults’ through rational investigation. And he certainly did not come to them through any experience with ‘cults’.

          Cranks like AT swallowed their anticultist beliefs through pure emotional need. Since he did not come to his beliefs through reason, reasoning AT out of his dehumanizing emotional screeds is a waste of time.

          He does not know what he is talking about, and he does not care that he does not know what he is talking about.

          It’s best to expose his gut-level depravity so more people can begin to question the chauvinistic tropes and stereotypes he robotically spews about other human beings here on the Frank Report.

          Alanzo

          • “ With a guy like AT, you have to realize that he did not come to his beliefs about ‘cults’ through rational investigation”

            He got it through rational inquiry (trademark) allright?
            I happen to like Aristotle’s comments…..

      • Just the idea that a shrew woman can “emasculate” their husband is so 1800s and bizarre.

        No husband can “masculate” his wife either. Even if he is a “shrew”.

        What about this adult “agency” the dead-enders speak of so much?

        It’s so telling. All of a man’s problems MUST come from a woman’s control over him.

        Women got them supernatural witch powers y’all makin’ us strong men all wimpy limpy weak…

        “I don’t like this man’s comment… So…Somewhere there must be a woman to blame.”

        Bitches, man. It’s ALL their fault! Am I right?

        Best way to insult a man that you disagree with? Insult a woman that you’ve never, ever interacted with before. Makes perfect sense.

        It ain’t rocket surgery, y’all!

      • None of what he said was “dehumanizing”.

        Pointing out the arrogance, stupidity, lack of control, etc., of Raniere and the foolishness of the women who followed him (as opposed to those who were deceived by him) is just a critical assessment based on the reality that he is likely going to die in prison. Just because it is harsh in its tone doesn’t make it untrue. ​

        Unlike what you did, which was a complete ad hominem of him based on an invented fantasy of an alleged wife.

        • “Pointing out the arrogance, stupidity, lack of control, etc., of Raniere and the foolishness of the women who followed him (as opposed to those who were deceived by him) is just a critical assessment based on the reality that he is likely going to die in prison.

          In terms of deceitful and dehumanizing language, it is an improvement over “brainwashed sex slaves”.

          But, as I understand it, there were almost 200 women in DOS. And yet Aristotle’s Turd wrote:

          “These were women who were lining up to fuck him, after all.”

          This is a misogynistic lie. It completely hides and perverts the reality of DOS, why these women joined and remained involved. This type of deceit is standard practice for Aristotle’s Turd, and many others here.

          AT has some deep emotional need to punish others. If it’s not because of his emasculating shrew of a wife trashing him every morning at the breakfast table, then it’s something similar. Maybe his mother beat his bare bottom with a wire brush when she caught him masturbating. Maybe his father made him wear a dress to school because he complained it was too hot to mow the lawn. He has some core psychic urge to humiliate members of a minority by lying about them.

          I intend to find out what it is. I plan to plumb the depths of Aristotle’s soul, reach in, and pull out his festering emotional boil. Only then will he finally be relieved of it.

          Or he could just start being more careful with the facts, and start trying to tell the objective truth about NXIVM and its members – past and present – no longer caring whether what he says benefits the cult, or the anticult.

          Why would he no longer care who benefits?

          Because what Aristotle’s Sausage writes now is the truth, and he will have finally come to value that.

          Alanzo

      • “Frank Report is your mobile home waste disposal station”- Alanzo

        Hey Alanzo, is his mobile home in the same trailer park which you reside in?

        P.S. – I hope life as a permanent bachelor doesn’t suck too much.

  • I want my collateral back. I mean after all it was mine to begin with and DOS didn’t keep their end of the bargain. They closed down and failed to provide me with a master for life. So I am entitled to have my collateral back. A deal is a deal.

  • Who knows where it is. A wise person would throw it in a shredder or a fire and claim ignorance, but we are not talking about wise people here.

  • What’s up with the photo of the room with the twin prison beds? Weird house.

    Obviously, there’re multiple copies of the collateral. Much of it was also on vanguard the small and impotent’s phone.

    There are multiple under oath statements of Keith being texted nudes both group (Allison’s slaves) and individual snatch shots (India) and demanding changes (Lauren) until the porn fit his specifications. Resulting in multiple duplicate pix with small tweaks.

    Keith also was sent the branding recordings (preserved forever in an audio recording) telling Allison they would be “used as collateral”. Then you’ve got Keith’s kiddie porn (not kept in RLJ’s safe) and his “binder of vulvas” also not in RLJ’s safe.

    Additionally, you’ve got each of the front-line slaves receiving the collateral directly from their slaves.

    And the drop box where JJ had easy access to multiple women’s collateral.

    So the blackmail was not locked down. It was all over the place, loosey goosey…

    Even Suneel got his grubby grabbers on it.

    That’s not just my opinion. DOS slaves’ court testimony states the security and safety of the collateral was a concern.

    Which really should have been a serious concern from the first moment a “friend” asked for pornographic blackmail…

    • Those two bunk-size beds do seem strangely out of place. It’s a true single bed size that is sometimes still found sold for children, though it was once not uncommon in small houses and cabins. I’ve found them fairly common still in Latin America, in small houses and apartments where things are not up to our first world standards.

      My guess is that Junco squeezed two women working as household staff into a room intended for just a twin bed, if it’s even a bedroom at all. It still seems almost callous even by Mexican standards, particularly for someone who could afford better.

  • Can someone explain how these women were convinced/inspired to provide “collateral” to DOS? It is such a blatantly sinister concept but wondering what vulnerabilities they tapped into to secure either real or falsely told statements, or items of self-incrimination. Thank you

    • I think it’s pretty simple. Most of them trusted the word of the women in their immediate connection and didn’t know at all that it was deceptively set up for prying eyes and desires of Raniere.

      Which is ironic. The fact that Nicki and the the remaining dead-enders knew all of this, and can’t see (or ignore, deny — whatever) their glaring hypocrisy concerning “their word” (hiding the entirety of truth by omission which is clearly unethical to anyone with a still functioning moral conscience) makes all of their rebukes against the women who left DOS after finding out the truth about it as those who can’t keep their word ludicrously laughable.

    • It’s a classic example of the bizarre and even dangerous things high control groups or cults can get people to do. There’s plenty you’ll find written about it, but put simply I’d say it involves, a slow, manipulative process in which people are gradually accustomed to doing and believing in more and more extreme things, in conjunction with thought reform in which their view of the world, themselves and others is slowly contorted. That’s reinforced by a social environment of friends and leaders accepting and directing the process.

      As Voltaire said, “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.”

      • Spot on. I’d add, Keith was positioned as the only one with the answers (Guiness Book for highest IQ and top 3 problem solver in the world). And then, everyone who questioned Keith or disagreed with Keith was attacked.

    • Hi Ed,

      You might want to consider looking up Cults and what they have the ability to do in a very short time to people.

      Some of these women had been in the NXIVM Cult for many years and had been conducted mentally for years to trust the leadership of NXIVM that doing such things “was a good thing”.

      It’s a slow drip of indoctrination you can’t begin to understand unless you are willing to take the time to put some research into this.

      It’s not uncommon and happens more than you would think globally.

  • If you read this, you think: these people are crazy. How on earth is it possible these people were thinking they were on a path of doing good in the world? It just is so crazy. And that rich, empty, infinitely retarded cunt Rosa Laura…. I wonder… does she feel ashamed? Are there people in Mexico (other then NXIVM die-hards) that want to socialize with her? What does her daughter think of her? And her husband? The rest of the family?

    • The oddest thing for me is that DOS recruits supplied damaging collateral BEFORE even being told what the vague mysterious bad-ass women’s group was. That’s buying a pig in a poke…so I guess these Nxivm students failed at critical thinking.

      • Critical thinking was discouraged and students who continued to practice critical thinking were run out of NXIVM. However, since his beliefs were often off the beaten path, Keith made you think you were critically thinking by agreeing with his beliefs.

          • A handful of reasons. The critical thinking thing was definitely one of them. But the whole thing was fucking weird, man. And I didn’t see benefits from it. Leaving was an easy choice.

    • StevenJ wrote:

      “And that rich, empty, infinitely retarded cunt Rosa Laura…. I wonder… does she feel ashamed?

      Just documenting the anticult hypocrisy regarding name-calling that exists on this blog.

      Alanzo

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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 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.

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