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NYC’s Elite Panic After DOJ “Inadvertently” Publishes List of 121 “Sex Cult” Clients


It looks like it wasn’t just Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

Apparently there’s an entire industry of “sex cult” perverts serving the elites across the country.

The latest one?

The Sarah Lawrence sex cult case.

The Department of Justice “inadvertently” published a list of 121 clients.

Included in the list were some of New York City’s most respected lawyers, businessmen, and socialites.

The DOJ later issued a statement admitting the mistake.

But now we know that at least 121 of the elites have engaged in nefarious sexual behavior.

More details below:

Now here’s where things get really interesting:

Despite the fact that 121 names were published online, no one can find it anywhere.

The entire internet seems to be scrubbed of their names.

Was this due to pressure from the DOJ?

Or something else?

The Daily Mail confirms that these names were removed from the internet:

New York’s business elite was left shaking in its boots Tuesday after a list of alleged clients of the student prostitute in the Sarah Lawrence ‘sex cult’ case was inadvertently published online.

The list, which was entered into evidence under seal in the ongoing trial of accused cult leader Larry Ray, includes lawyers and businessmen and socialites throughout the Tri-state area. acquired a copy of the list of 121 names which was taken down nearly as fast as it was put up.

A top executive at The Gap clothing firm and her husband was one of two married couples included. A former New York State Supreme Court judge is also named.

Another alleged client is a painter who has studios in Manhattan’s East Village and in Italy. A third is an architect, famous for designing college and university buildings.

An investment executive who was also in pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous little black book of contacts is also listed.

Other names include a hedge fund manager who has donated millions to charity and has his name on a museum building in New York, a Washington DC, lobbyist who has worked for a foreign resistance movement and an international diamond dealer.

Also included is an executive at the Metropolitan Transit Authority, an account executive at Amazon and a veteran travel writer.

The Sarah Lawrence case is currently ongoing.

All we know that a hedge fund manager, high-profile judge, and famous NYC elites were on this list.

But because of the “scrubbing,” we don’t know their names.

Were they also customers of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell?

For some reason, I have a feeling the public will never know…

But the case gets even more odd.

Just moments after the DOJ “inadvertently” published the list, the leader of the sex cult randomly had a seizure.

He was evacuated out of the courthouse and taken to the emergency room.

We do not currently know his condition.

However, Yahoo News confirms:

The trial of accused Sarah Lawrence College sex cult leader Lawrence Ray descended into chaos Tuesday as the alleged abuser was wheeled out of the courthouse on a stretcher — and the Justice Department mistakenly released a list of well-heeled johns who paid to have sex with one of the leader’s followers.

Ray, 62, was put in an ambulance outside Manhattan Federal Court for the second time. His eyes were rolled back in his head and mouth agape. Just last week, Ray was hospitalized after his lawyers said he suffered a seizure.

While Ray was rushed to the hospital, the feds faced a different type of emergency. A trial exhibit discussed in court but not shown publicly, was accidentally uploaded to a database for reporters. The exhibit was a list, compiled by Ray’s follower Claudia Drury in 2018, of men she slept with in exchange for money.

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Drury, 31, has testified she earned $2.5 million working as a prostitute for years while in Ray’s small cult of Sarah Lawrence students and other young adults. She said that Ray forced her to work as a prostitute to repay bogus debts he convinced her she owed.

There are many oddities surrounding this story.

But what stands out to us is: how does a list of 121 names get entirely scrubbed from the internet?

No matter where we search, it appears this list has been taken down.

What’s going on?

And why are these people being protected?


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