Re: Naming names
Apr 23, 1997 09:57 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 11:21 PM 4/23/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Dr. A.M.Bain wrote:
>> In message <335D609C.4A78@sprynet.com>, Bart Lidofsky
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>> >> One of the Trustees of K Trusts (who was a party to the litigation) is
>> >> now on the Board of TSA as well as a Trustee of Theosophical Investment
>> >> Trust which manages the Investments of TSA.
>> > Now here's the thing. The way I work is that, if I knew the name
>> >person, I would directly ask him or her what the story was.
>> A very good point. Doss has mentioned this many times on the list, but
>> although asked directly, seems unwilling to name the person whose
>> identity is so strongly hinted at. Well, Doss???
> I asked Michael Gomes about it. I will get the actual names when he can
>look up the proper spelling, but according to him, the situation was
>largely Krishnamurti vs. his business partner. The person who was
>involved with both trusts was not a trustee but in fact a lawyer, who
>was hired because of his familiarity with Theosophy. Finally, millions
>of dollars sounds like a lot of money, but remember that Krishnamurti
>was a BILLIONaire.
> Bart Lidofsky
Another follow-up response:
I have seen some members of TSA have tried to explain away or view and some
time find it convenient to dismiss the whole litigation situation as
*inter-necine* which it is *not.*
Attorney Generals *do* *not* become plaintiffs in inter-necine matters. As a
matter of fact, it is very rare that Attorney Generals get involved in civil
litigation such as these.
The further irony was that the old Trusts (KWI etc which were 501(c)(3) tax
exempt) and *all* the Trustees of these Trusts sued several of the trustees
of the Krishnamurti Foundation Inc as well as Krishnamurti himself for
multi-million dollars. All these are in public records.
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