Maine AG Files Suit Against Gentle Wind

AUGUSTA, Maine — The Maine Attorney General’s Office has filed a lawsuitPDF file against a controversial Kittery-based nonprofit group.

The Gentle Wind Project designs and sells what it calls “healing instruments” that it said solve a variety of physical and emotional ailments.

Others said the group is a scam.

The attorney general’s office accused the group of falsely claiming that their products had healing qualities and of considering the income from their sale as charitable donations rather than sales proceeds.

Prosecutors want the Gentle Wind Project to liquidate its assets, pay the state’s legal fees and refund anyone who bought items between 2000 and the present.

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July 14, 2006
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