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Re: Bart and the Nazi's

Aug 16, 1997 08:12 AM
by ramadoss


At 11:51 PM 8/15/97 -0400, Bart Lidofsky wrote:
>Ken Malkin wrote:
>
>> In closing, is there a religion or society higher than the truth ?
>> Thinks me not.
>
>	I hope you can back up the statements you made. I know of at least one
>person at Wheaton who reads this list, and you made a number of
>statements that go beyond opinion, and to the point of making you liable
>to a lawsuit for slander if you cannot back them up (specifically,
>allegations of illegality).
>
>	If the people at Wheaton did in fact act illegally, then why don't you
>call the authorities and have them arrested? Why don't you start a class
>action lawsuit?
>
>	Bart Lidofsky

      If you have followed all the developments surrounding the changes to
the bylaws which were made some time ago, you should have noticed that more
than one attorney member of TS has come to the conclusion that bylaw changes
were null and void because TSA itself did not follow its own bylaws when
changes were made. I think this is what Ken was refering to.

      If there comes a time when a litigation becomes necessary because TSA
tries to seize the property of a lodge, then we will see these issues and
other related ones brought up. 

As most of the lodges are cash poor (none has a multi-million dollar bank
account) and as they are using the meagre resources for Theosophical
purposes and I don't expect any of them to enrich any lawyers. Lawyers are
very very expensive, especially in large cities. Boston lodge litigation is
a prime example of how much lawyers cost.

...............MKR


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