NXIVM co-founder Nancy Salzman released from halfway house

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ALBANY — NXIVM co-founder Nancy Salzman, who spent two decades as the top deputy to cult leader Keith Raniere, has been released from the Albany halfway house where she had been staying since September.

Salzman, 69, of Halfmoon, who was released from prison in September after serving less than 20 months of a 3½ year sentence for racketeering conspiracy, was released from its custody on March 19, the federal Bureau of Prisons website said.

The Cranford, N.J. native and one-time nurse was released under the 2018 First Step Act, which enables federal inmates to request compassionate release after they exhaust administrative requests through the prison system. Salzman will be on supervised release until March 18, 2027.

Content retrieved from: https://www.timesunion.com/nxivm/article/nxivm-co-founder-nancy-salzman-released-halfway-19385094.php.

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