NXIVM chief Keith Raniere serving 120-year sentence in Tucson as attorneys put together for enchantment

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“Even if Keith were guilty on the facts, which we certainly believe that he is not, but even if he were, he has to lose by the rules,” says attorney Joseph McBride. “There is a system of laws and procedures set in place and if somebody’s going to lose their trial, it’s got to be a fair trial. They’ve got to lose on the facts, by the rules. And if they don’t, then it’s a no-go.”