Prem Das: My wife speaks Bengali, if someone who knows Bengali listens to what ACBS said in Bengali on the tape, then it is without doubt he said he was poisoned. He had all the symptoms and he was surrounded by people who had the motive. In his previous occupation as a sales person for pharmaceutical products he would have been well aware of the symptoms.
The final evidence found cadium in his hair which proved beyond any doubt whatsoever he was poisoned.
Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura was also poisoned, the first time he was saved by his brother Lalita Prasad, the second time he was not so lucky. According to Lalita Prasad BST was also killed by poisoning by his own disciples. Rather ironic that both Guru and disciple depart this world in the same way?
Poisoning is one of the most common ways of murder in India.
OH NO! Mayesvara dasa (Ojai) has written a book "The Poison Antidote" (reviewed by Hanuman Croatia) but ooops! He says there is no evidence for example that Norman Perl exists (or EVER existed). Well ok, he is now deceased, but he did a lot of work for the devotees while he was here. Anyway here is a memorial to him:
Getting pretty desperate when your opponents have to say existing professional investigators into these issues NEVER EXISTED! Isa Dasa also has references to works with Norman Perl on his site. Goody, they are running out of rabbits to pull out of their magic hat. ys pd
This man -- never existed? That is how you are going to prove your case, by denial of reality?