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Three men arrested for alleged beating of Hindu pizza deliveryman

AP, June 26, 2003 http://www.ajc.com/ By MARK PRATT, Associated Press BOSTON — Police arrested three men accused of hogtying, beating and stabbing a pizza delivery man because they mistakenly believed he was Muslim. Saurabh Bhalerao, 24, was attacked late Sunday while delivering pizza in New Bedford, about 60 miles south of Boston. The suspects originally intended to rob Bhalerao, but escalated the assault mistakenly believing he was Muslim, said Fairhaven police Chief Gary F. Souza. The attacks continued as Bhalerao, a graduate student at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, explained that he was Hindu. “He pleaded with his attackers,” Souza said.

‘Mystic’ acquitted by High Court

The China Post (Taiwan), Jan. 29, 2003 http://www.chinapost.com.tw/ The trial of self-proclaimed mystic <A HREF="javascript:zoek('sung chi-li')" "javascript:void(0);" onmouseover="return overlib('Click for archived news items on this subject’, CAPTION, ‘Link Info…’, HAUTO, VAUTO, SNAPX, ‘5’);” onmouseout=”return nd();”>Sung Chi-li, who counts Kaohsiung Mayor Frank Hsieh among his followers, took a surprising U-turn yesterday when the high court overturned his previous conviction on fraud charges. The Taiwan High Court cited a constitutional protection for religion and the inability to prove that Sung does not possess supernatural powers as reasons for its decision. Sung was given seven years by a district court that convicted him

Ghosts making contact via computer? Stories abound

The Sacramento Bee, Oc.t 31, 2002 http://www.sacbee.com/ By David Hoye — Special to The Bee Manfred Boden was at his computer when letters and entire lines of text on the screen began changing by themselves. Gradually, the German cabinetmaker saw a message from a recently deceased friend take shape: “I am here … Manfred … Yours, Klaus.” Believers in something called instrumental transcommunication (ITC) say the message Boden received nearly 22 years ago on a Commodore CBM 8032, an early personal computer, was the first known instance of a spirit using a computer to contact a living person. It’s a

Wiccans, pagans draw on natural world for faith

Staying attuned to seasonal cycles inspires religion Lawrence Journal-World, Aug. 17, 2002 http://www.ljworld.com/section/livinglead/story/103006 By Jim Baker, Features Reporter Kacey Carlson wants to set the record straight. Wiccans don’t worship Satan. They don’t sacrifice animals and babies in bizarre rituals. And they don’t practice “black magic,” whatever that is. “I’ve never met a Satanist. I don’t think there are any over 14. If Satanism exists at all, it is a really good adolescent rebellion against Christianity,” said Carlson, 36, co-owner of The Good Earth Mother Alchemy Shop, 803 Vt. Carlson knows a few things about the Wiccan religion. After all, she’s