Saturday, August 22, 2015

“This is essentially the equivalent of what the Romans did to the Carthaginians after the Third Punic War, in which they not only defeated them in battle, killed all their prisoners, but ploughed salt into their fields so they could never grow their crops again,” Anfinson said. “This is about sending a message to critics.”

Okay, so here we have a very wealthy guru from India who claims to use the divine powers of his mind to transform the molecular structure of cancer cells; who says he has an abnormally low body temperature and “the largest pituitary fossa ever found in a healthy person;”and says his divine powers have been backed by “more than 4,000 documented scientific tests published in leading peer-reviewed international scientific journals.” Sounds like a job for a dedicated fact-checker, right?

Be careful. If you don't watch out, you might find yourself on the wrong end of a $59 million defamation suit.

Check out this terrifying article by Mike Mosedale in Minnesota Lawyer.

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