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Date Posted: 11:07
Author: How True - 4 Sep 2001
Subject: Re: Deleted Post
In reply to:
ketch - 4 Sep 2001
's message, "Re: Deleted Post" on 11:05
SRF's involvement in the sexual harassment lawsuit is quite well documented at:
The details there include a judges decision that "plaintiff [SRF] has effectively admitted it has some connection with the Bertolucci litigation worth hiding."
Also mentioned is Daya's refusal to appear for a deposition asking questions about SRF's involvement.
Then there are some very clear details of the involvement in the lawsuit by several SRF members- who served legal papers on Ananda, etc.
And then there is the intriguing, but unproven, connection between a prominent SRF donor and the lawsuit.
Much like the airplane incident, which you initially denied existed, the story of SRF's involvement in the sexual harassment lawsuit against Ananda is well documented.
12 years of copyright lawsuits, a sexual harassment lawsuit, claims that Kriyananda is 'the anti-christ', bombing 9 year old children with sexually explicit leaflets, and a whole lot more- and you believe that this is simply a 'mythical conspiracy theory' and a 'paranoid atmosphere'?
Conspiracy theories are called theories because they have no documenting evidence. For a great deal of evidence that supports the above claims, spend some time at the www.yoganandrediscovered.com website.
SRF's 'Unclean Hands' in the Sexual Harassment Lawsuit