Women Allege Witchcraft Used As Treatment

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  1. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    Two women have filed lawsuits claiming a psychologist at an Illinois hospital used witchcraft during treatments and threatened patients.

    The lawsuits allege Delnor-Community Hospital did not stop the unorthodox treatments. One seeks more than $50,000 and the other more than $1 million.

    One of the plaintiffs alleges while undergoing treatment for a neurological syndrome, she was taught spells and told to divorce her husband. She moved in with the psychologist and allegedly was forced to take care of the house and take nude pictures of the psychologist.

    The other suit alleges the psychologist told the patients to strip and commit acts of self-mutilation and join a Wicca coven, the newspaper said.

    http://wkrc.com/entertainment/wierd_news/story.aspx?content_id=E8A61CBF-9CC4-4B9A-AF7D-475AFDEFC57D
     
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  3. Sally

    Sally Former Member

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    :bang: Is stupidity a valid cause for a suit?
     
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    Well it wouldn't be Wicca,because Wicca isn't about that and they have a three fold law.Sounds like the psychologist just used them for his own sick pleasures.
     
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    Some Wiccans engage in "magick", either black or white. It may not be true to the religion, but nonetheless....
     

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