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Exclusive Brethren allegations

The Exclusive Brethren sect, an ultra-conservative Christian separatist group, praised as pillars of the community by the previous right-wing Australian government (with which they had some kinds of dealings), and which, incidentally, also gave the world Aleister Crowley, is facing allegations of high-level criminal activity, including kidnapping, money laundering, fraud and bribery, in Australia, New Zealand and India.
Three sisters, from India, who say they are on the run from the sect, allege they can link it to numerous crimes.
"We've got 3000 pages of evidence … and now we're going to expose this whole thing," one of the sisters told reporters in Canberra.
Of course, at this stage, these are merely allegations, and may well be without substance, though it will be interesting to see what emerges in the Australian High Court.

There are 1 comments on "Exclusive Brethren allegations":

Posted by: gusset http://blog.gusset.co.uk Wed Jul 30 12:05:01 2008

Has anyone who ever said, "We've got 3000 pages of evidence … and now we're going to expose this whole thing," really had anything worth exposing? I just think of David Icke whenever I see a claim like that.

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