I wonder if the guy that Iam is referring to is Hanuman Das. I recall he was CB's main lackey/bodyguard at one time.
Would make sense to put him in charge there as he was a strong arm for CB.
Hanuman Das is Hesh Goldstein, Butler's accountant and loyalist for many years. He's into body building, health and fitness.edited previous post:
i had just remembered, his name was Sudama. the one with the motorcycle.
he was one of the first people from the US to come to the Philippines.
Sudama Vipra Goswami was Siddha's man in the Philippines. He claimed to be a former Hell's Angel and rode motorcycles. Your story about dealing LSD and paying off the police is possible, but needs verification. Sudama was one of Siddha's most loyal friends. Everyone was told that he was an enlightened pure devotee. People even bowed down to him too, but he didn't like the guru game; left that up to Butler. Like Tusta, he followed in Butler's footsteps and got married, only it wasn't a good marriage. He had a son and did not like how she was raising him. She was a typist for guru and Sudama complained that she was a robot. He was very gruff, vocal, and cursed a lot; a bear of a man according to some accounts. He also had a big heart, was funny, and full of kindness according to others. The last anyone has heard from him is that he drove taxis, buses, and taught traffic school. At some point he became disillusioned and left the cult, taking his son with him and disappearing.
It is of interest that of the two most loyal servants of Butler, and who he claimed were "pure devotees" (above reproach and totally liberated souls in constant communion with Krishna) both became persona non grata (unwelcome). Butler's followers were told to stay away from both Katyayani and Sudama or any of their followers. I guess he changed the rules once again. He is famous for making up things as he goes along to suit his narcissistic passions.
I know there are many people who liked Sudama and would like to get in touch with him again. He must have quite a story to tell. He was famous for his straightforwardness and disconcerting ability to tell it like it is. I wonder what he has to say about Butler now? That would be a MIGHTY interview. Sudama if you ever read this PM me!