When government gets into the bedroom… UTAH HOUSE TO DEBATE BIGAMY

February 19, 2017 Reporter 53

By Frank Parlato;

The Utah House of Representatives will debate a bill [House Bill 99] which proposes a change in the state’s legal definition of bigamy.

Bigamy is a felony in Utah, with penalties of up to five years in prison for each offense.

Bigamy is more broadly defined in Utah than most states which limit bigamy to cases where a person contracts with more than one person in state licensed marriage.

That part of the definition will not change under the proposed bill.

To curtail the religious freedom of traditional Mormons, who believe polygamy is part of God’s plan, some years ago Utah expanded its definition to add cohabitation as bigamy. read more

Parlato claims to have uncovered ‘perjury’ by Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman

February 19, 2017 Staff 58

Motion to Dismiss Denied by Magistrate in Parlato Case

Sometimes it takes a long time for the truth to come out.

But Frank Parlato says the truth about serial litigator and alleged cult member Clare Bronfman is finally going to come out.

And that truth is, “she is a perjurer,” Parlato says.

Parlato has been charged by the Federal Government with a 19-count indictment alleging that he cheated Clare Bronfman and her sister Sara Bronfman, who are  heirs to the Seagrams’ liquor fortune, and members of NXIVM which critics, including their father, claim is a cult. read more

The Proof of Clare Bronfman’s Perjury in Parlato Case Comes to Light

February 19, 2017 Frank Parlato 42
Clare Bronfman with her attorney William Savino. Savino drew up her verified complaint where she swore under oath that she had no written agreement with Parlato, which contradicts entirely the government's allegation that there was a written agreement.
Clare Bronfman with her attorney William Savino. Savino drew up her verified complaint where she swore under oath that she had no written agreement with Parlato, which contradicts entirely the government’s allegation that there was a written agreement.

Here is a little game for those who want to be detectives.

It will take some deductive reasoning.

It concerns the federal case against Frank Parlato and a contract the US Government claims was entered into by Parlato and Clare and Sara Bronfman, Seagram heirs, alleged serial litigators, and alleged cult members.

AUSA Anthony Bruce [retired] claims that a contract, called a Letter of Intent, dated Jan. 2008. is enforceable writing to Parlato.

He wrote to Parlato that, “[T]he layman (Parlato) interpretation of the contract you entered into with the Bronfman sisters was [not enforceable], in a word, wrong.’” read more