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Uncover is an investigative series from CBC Podcasts. Season 3 - The Village, explores two spates of missing and murdered men in Toronto's gay community. Coming April 2, 2019. Season 2 - Bomb on Board. Season 1 - Escaping NXIVM.
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Katheryn Rowell

chuck is so delightfully Canadian, apologizing for needing to take a break while describing the worst days of his life.

Feb 14th
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Gianna Venegoni

the lawyer is literally using nxivm language and the nxivm flip on the podcast host.

Jan 11th
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sara ~

stopped listening. terrible "ending"

Dec 19th
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Eduard Literate

That was disappointing at best. Nothing worse than fake suspense and Johanna Wagstaff’s narration at the end was about as convincing as an episode of “Love it or List it”

Dec 16th
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Schmesley Lorris

Criminal

Nov 21st
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Daniel Mendoza

Schmesley Lorris you mean she is a criminal???

Nov 25th
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Chantal Said

sounds like the lawyer drank the Kool aid. He should be locked up with Keith.

Oct 18th
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Brabo

Where does someone get a video like the third one mentioned. Nevermind, I don't really want to know. Scary stuff!

Oct 17th
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sara ~

this podcast ends very abruptly. i would have possibly spaced them out a bit more in hopes of getting more info, materials, interviews and interactions. not enough variety in interviews. sarah and her husband are possibly confused with their own intentions/responsiblity as the cart is now in front of the horse thus they need to create a narrative which doesn't implicate them. she often contradicts herself or embellishes details on a second or third explanation. her tears are so phoney its difficult to feel any sympathy for someone who, on the backs of others, buys a $million+ home. there was a segment that the lawyer accused them of stealing the client list and nxivm materials to 'start their own group without Keith' Listening to her sociopathic & narcissistic reasoning as she admits taking the client list but then explains she felt scared for more potential victims. she said she felt responsibility to the people she indoctrinated but not enough to return her earnings from their fees as she 'worked hard for it' i wanted the host to challenge her directly if that was her plan - to scoop clients and get rich with their own program. other missed opportunities include her knowledge of Keiths inappropriate relationships with women. she said he never came on to her, but to be completely ignorant of the rumours is shakey. did she not wonder about the court cases? she continued to contradict herself about her knowledge and intentions. overall i think the host didn't press her hard enough because he was an old friend. i wonder how the producer rationalized his investigation and lack of critical interview skills.

Oct 17th
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Shaun Edwards

sara ~ Do a podcast on it then

Dec 11th
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Amanda Chupick

this is crazy

Oct 12th
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BOO DADDY

Mix a little truth in with the crazy and you'll always find a few suckers.

Oct 3rd
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Diarmuid Mac Cormack

I pray my own kids never cross paths with a monsters like this scumbag keith on their path in life and if the are unfortunate to do so that they are strong enough with self control to call bullshit and walk away. Sadly, and in fact Ironically, this story highlights the weakness and fragility of each character who contributed to there own predicament by foolishly believing they would be saved somehow by this group. i feel sad for them but at the same time i feel these people were seeking answers and healing and that seeking led them down a dark path until it was too late to turn back... you gotta have self control people.

Oct 2nd
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Jenn Mcneil

I can't stand this podcast. it's like a rich person sob story. should u be entitled to the money you made by promoting other's suffering even if you worked your ass off....how does she even need yo think about that. no! wont be listening any longer

Sep 30th
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Ryn Arrants Petrucci

well, this was the best podcast ever. what else can I listen to now?

Sep 29th
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Natalie Kay Mintz

Ryn Arrants Petrucci My Favorite Murder! irreverant with interesting discussions on true crime, mental health, victim empowerment.

Oct 11th
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Tiffany Glazier

Ryn Arrants Petrucci dr death was really good

Oct 8th
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Terra Jean

listening to this lawyer victim shame women is infuriating.

Sep 27th
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Jeannette Sanchez

Great podcast. I really enjoyed it.

Sep 27th
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Tony Lee

Had DOS not been a part of NXIVM, would Sarah and her husband still have wanted to leave?

Sep 27th
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Jessica Przygoda

This lawyer is so infuriating to listen too! I've never heard such screwed up logic. If that's his defense I expect it to be torn apart ferociously!

Sep 26th
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Matt Reid

that lawyer defended pharma bro? unscrupulous. I am sure he is an effective lawyer but he defends scum bags.

Sep 26th
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Brabo

I wonder if this lawyer would make as little of this case if his wife had been one of the sex slaves. Keith new exactly what he was doing. Right down to the tattoo/brand.

Sep 25th
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Jenn Kavanaugh

loving this and had never heard of the group. Think the leader did cheat and steal his financial model from scientology. But if something works plus you get to add the twist of unlimited sex, you can see the attraction for a controlling narcissist .

Sep 21st
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