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Date Posted: 07:32
Author: Bill-25Apr02
Subject: Re: Govindans public slander of Yogananda
In reply to: Eponymous-24Apr02 's message, "Re: Govindans public slander of Yogananda" on 07:31

If so the SRF leader's haven't taken the time or effort to do so. I know from reading other message boards that many devotee's, while disbeliveing Erskine's assertion want very much for SRF to publicly quash this thing.

But the window stays open until then. Looked at from Erskine's viewpoint one would naturally question the process that SRF engaged in, then to announce the results through their attorney on an anti-Ananda website just isn't trustworthy enough. SRF does have a self-interest in this, wanting a negative outcome, that much is obvious. Their exercise of having an SRF board member fly to India, obtain a sample of DNA material from a nephew of Yogananda, then bringing it home to have the test done raises so many questions from Erskine's side. Probably the foremost: Erksine has to take SRF's word for it.

In terms of legal procedures "chain of custody" is a valid issue. Had SRF not been involved so much in the process they might have a better position to argue.

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