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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: bob stance ()
Date: March 17, 2009 04:10AM

hello rrmoderator.....can you elaborate a little.....what are the charges and how many....?My most earnest wish is that the perpertrator NOT be allowed to get away with these terrible crimes...perhaps chemical castration would be the viable solution

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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: rrmoderator ()
Date: March 17, 2009 04:21AM

bob stance:

I don't know the exact charges, only that he was facing a criminal prosecution in the UK according to his attorney.

I have no further information.

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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: jo blacks ()
Date: March 23, 2009 02:22AM

Below are two emails relating to Mohans upcoming trial. Clear all doubts: please take the time to read both. In addition, a recent picture of M is attached.

Email 1:

Subject: About your contact with Inform
> Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 16:25:16 +0000
> From:
> To:
> Dear all,
> I apologise for disrupting you with this, perhaps unsettling, email.
> As you may know, Mohan Singh (aka Michael Lyons) is going to court on
> the 23rd of March on five counts of rape, and three counts of sexual
> assault. There are seven complainants and ten further witnesses, four of
> whom will testify to sexual offences and six to 'bad character'. They
> expect the case will last approximately six weeks.
> Inform has been deeply involved in this case on several levels, and has
> been working with the police extensively. However, as you know, all
> enquiries to Inform are confidential, hence I have only shared
> information with authorities once I have received permission from the
> enquirer to do so. Some have allowed us to pass on information, and have
> agreed to be put in touch with the police on the case. Some have not. I
> am sending this email to those of you who have requested that their
> details remain confidential.
> The prosecution (Crown Prosecution Service) and defence (Mohan's
> counsel) have both summonsed me to court for the disclosure of all files
> relating to Mohan Singh, including Inform's records of enquiries about
> Mohan Singh. The Crown Prosecution Service want access to the details of
> other 'claimants' (victims), while the defence want access to our
> confidential case files in an attempt to undermine the prosecution's
> case and to challenge their character witnesses.
> Some of you have provided significant amounts of information, some of
> you have provided very little - in either case I am fighting to keep all
> your information confidential. Inform has instructed a very good (and
> very expensive) legal team to protect the anonymity of those who did not
> want to take part in legal action. Our barrister has, in response to the
> summons served to me, sent a letter and application to the Judge to set
> aside or withdraw the summons - along with this he has sent a witness
> statement from me and an outline of the reasons for protecting our
> 'informants' and enquirers to Inform. This is going back to court next
> Thursday and Friday. Our barrister has now suggested that it would be
> helpful to have anonymous affidavits (statements) from those who do not
> want their details disclosed.
> The solicitor has written out a template affidavit, see attached. If you
> stand by your decision to not be involved in this case and wish to
> remain anonymous, then please reply to me stating this. I will then
> assign each of you a letter ('A', 'B', 'C', etc.) and present our
> barrister with a stack of anonymous affidavits representing each of you.
> I will give another witness statement, see attached, confirming that I
> have contacted you and that you still wish to remain anonymous. You have
> a right to this under the Human Rights Act, and there is legal
> precedent. (So this means that you do not have to sign anything, just
> tell me directly either by telephone or email - details below - what you
> want to do and I will represent in my witness statement a number of
> anonymous enquirers.)
> Naturally you also have the option to not get involved in any way and
> ignore this email. I will then state in my witness statement how many
> individuals have not replied (hence not given consent to disclose
> information). And, of course, if you change your mind and do want to be
> involved in this case, then please reply to me and we can talk about
> this. I can then either release your details with your permission,
> and/or put you directly in touch with the police officer in charge of
> the case.
> Again, I apologise for disrupting you with this email. Be assured that
> we are doing all we can to protect your anonymity, and please do not
> hesitate to contact me should you have further questions.
> Best wishes,
> Amanda
>Email 2:

Subject: About your contact with Inform
> Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 16:45:36 +0000
> From:
> To:
> Dear All,
> Just got back from court (it was moved forward by one day) and after our
> barrister put forward a very convincing argument we won, so neither
> prosecution nor defence will seek disclosure of our confidential files.
> This is a great relief, to us as well, because it is a very important
> matter of principle that we can allow people confidentiality - and that
> this is respected. Hence we did invest greatly in defending this case
> (it could have bankrupted us), and hopefully this will prove to be a
> precedent.
> The case will begin on the 23rd. They may still call me as a witness,
> but I will not be asked to comment on anything any enquirer may have
> told me. Again, no confidentialities will be breached. They envisage the
> case may last 4-6 weeks. Please feel free to email me and I will reply
> with updates.
> We have been in existence, and operating under the same ethical
> guidelines, for 20 years. Although we do not enjoy legal privilege
> (hardly anyone does aside from legal professionals) we are allowed to
> collect confidential material under the Data Protection Act. This is the
> first time we have been summonsed to court for disclosure - and it is a
> great relief, and hopefully a valuable legal precedent, that we have won
> this case.
> Should you have more questions, please feel free to get in touch.
> Best wishes,
> Amanda

> Amanda van Eck, PhD
> Deputy Director
> Inform
> Houghton Street
> London WC2A 2AE
> (+44) 20 7955 7654

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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: shakti ()
Date: March 31, 2009 11:22PM


Cult healer ‘raped pretty followers’

Crime Editor

Published: Today
A CULT guru who claimed he had mystical healing powers raped and sexually assaulted young female followers he found attractive, a court heard.

Michael Lyons, 51, wore flowing robes, called himself Mohan Singh, and surrounded himself with a group of girl devotees.

He convinced them he was linked to Buddhist spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and was “enlightened,” it was alleged. But Lyons raped and sexually assaulted seven of them over a ten-year period, jurors heard.

One woman claimed he had shown her a film before climbing on top of her naked and spouting “spiritual mumbo-jumbo”.

Another said he wafted a scented frying pan around her and mumbled incoherent words before grabbing her neck and raping her in his flat.

Prosecutor Philip Katz QC told London’s Wood Green Crown Court: “We say he is a sexual predator masquerading as a guru.” Lyons, of Belsize Park, North London, denies rape and sexual assault. Trial continues.

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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: starfish ()
Date: June 19, 2009 02:31AM

Michael Lyons aka Mohan Singh's trial will end either this week or next. The jury is making their final decision.

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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: bob stance ()
Date: July 16, 2009 12:14AM

hi what is the verdict..has the trial finished yet?
guilty or not guilty
anyone got any should be done

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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: bob stance ()
Date: July 30, 2009 11:10PM

can anyone here inform us as to the verdict from the jury in this trial...?

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Michael Lyons (Mohan Singh) Court Rape Case
Posted by: edknows ()
Date: August 12, 2009 02:41AM

Trial has not ended. It will be discussed in Wood Green Crown Court tomorrow. Michael Lyons (Mohan Singh) is not expected to be present.

You can always called Wood Green Crown Court on +442088264100 and ask for "results".

Also a daily summary of the cases in court


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Re: Michael Lyons (Mohan Singh) Court Rape Case
Posted by: edknows ()
Date: August 27, 2009 08:05PM

Good news is that the Michael Lyons (Mohan Singh) rape case is expected to be be in Wood Green Crown Court.

Bad news is that it will be next year: April 7th, 2010!

No reason was listed according the Wendy at Wood Green Crown Court.

Hope they keep Michael Lyons (Mohan Singh) in chains.

Not sure that they will. Complaints have never stopped him. If he is at large then he is probably chasing naive women.

Ed ---> Waiting now for justice for too many years.

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Re: Mohan Singh
Posted by: bob stance ()
Date: August 30, 2009 12:31AM

hes guilty...we all know that.......but next time...he will get just desserts

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