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  • bemused
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    I know someone who did interior decorating for a branch of the Ananda church, a cult in which the leader was sexually abusing young female disciples. He knew it was a cult but could do nothing. However, decorating the church didn't affect any disciples one way or another.

    The professionals who helped Kimmie knew they were transferring money from a follower to her. They must have known on some level that she was running a cult. I guess money buys a lot of denial.

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  • Failed Student
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    I believe from past reports BB was successful. Probably not 100 cents on the dollar, but fairly close.
    I notice the outside helpers TYK had are all still practicing in their fields. Perhaps they received a slap on the wrist for unprofessional conduct or conflict of interest.

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  • Kathy Kim
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    I read the court records. That is so terrible how they tricked her out of her money. I hope she was able to sue and get her money plus back

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  • clarehoare
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    Originally posted by Kathy Kim View Post
    You were smart and most likely a little less gullible than BB. Not being there I don't know. But tyk is a very sharp con artist. And they do have everyone work on everyone
    I don't think she was gullible, I think as most her age, she was a lil bit naive.. but we all were when we got involved.

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  • Failed Student
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    Originally posted by Kathy Kim View Post
    You were smart and most likely a little less gullible than BB. Not being there I don't know. But tyk is a very sharp con artist. And they do have everyone work on everyone
    I shudder to think how close I skated to disaster

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  • Kathy Kim
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    Originally posted by Failed Student View Post
    I have never had access to the BB vs TYK etc lawsuit prior to yesterday. I have read the plaintiffs testament and I am both amazed and angered that TYK and her cronies were able to extort an inheritance out of a young and innocent woman.

    Apparently TYK had some interesting legal and financial assistance in this con. I would be curious to know whether those named defendants are still practicing in their respective professions.

    To say that one's inheritance is evil and the person must be cleansed of it by getting rid of it is similar to the gypsy fortune teller that tells a troubled individual to bring cash in a brown envelope and that it will be purified by the fortune teller - who of course has some under the table assistance in making the envelope switch.

    This con bears similarities to what they tried to do to me - SHS telling me to "get rid of my nest egg" and follow "grand master"...Of course, "grandmaster" wanted to be the recipient of my disgorgement of monies.
    You were smart and most likely a little less gullible than BB. Not being there I don't know. But tyk is a very sharp con artist. And they do have everyone work on everyone

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  • Failed Student
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    I have never had access to the BB vs TYK etc lawsuit prior to yesterday. I have read the plaintiffs testament and I am both amazed and angered that TYK and her cronies were able to extort an inheritance out of a young and innocent woman.

    Apparently TYK had some interesting legal and financial assistance in this con. I would be curious to know whether those named defendants are still practicing in their respective professions.

    To say that one's inheritance is evil and the person must be cleansed of it by getting rid of it is similar to the gypsy fortune teller that tells a troubled individual to bring cash in a brown envelope and that it will be purified by the fortune teller - who of course has some under the table assistance in making the envelope switch.

    This con bears similarities to what they tried to do to me - SHS telling me to "get rid of my nest egg" and follow "grand master"...Of course, "grandmaster" wanted to be the recipient of my disgorgement of monies.

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  • bemused
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    "Are you a cult?" was a dumb question to ask. No one is ever going to answer "yes." And cult leaders are so good at lying that they can be quite convincing. Often they really do think their group is different from those other ones that people call cults.

    The way the students spoke was more revealing. My hubby has studied voice acting and singing, and he noticed that their vocal tones had a stressed, forced quality, especially when they were trying to be cheerful.

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  • Failed Student
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    When I see her responding to the "are you a cult" question with "absolutely not", the term "lying through one's teeth" comes to mind.

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  • clarehoare
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    I went ahead and uploaded it to a site, so that it's easier to download.

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  • clarehoare
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    Originally posted by Failed Student View Post
    I didn't realize there were two investigations. I was unwittingly dragged into this when my name and then phone number were given to him by an ex cultie.
    A lot of people think that. I believe its because it happened concurrently.. But alas Dan dropped the ball.

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  • Failed Student
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    Originally posted by clarehoare View Post
    Dan had a separate investigation.. he never came through. I still keep in touch with him, but he is definitely a bit flakey. This was independent of that.
    I didn't realize there were two investigations. I was unwittingly dragged into this when my name and then phone number were given to him by an ex cultie.

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  • clarehoare
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    Dan had a separate investigation.. he never came through. I still keep in touch with him, but he is definitely a bit flakey. This was independent of that.

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  • Failed Student
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    I'm glad you found the video Clarehoare. I would hate to think it was lost for all time.
    I personally have neither need nor desire to download it. I might have been a contibutor to it had I replied to a phone message left by Dan Noyes who was the investigative reporter.
    That is another story for another time...

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  • clarehoare
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    I just posted a new blog. I found the video, and posted it.

    http://cultmember.wordpress.com/2012...deo-from-1998/

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