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US: False advertising lawsuit filed against New Jersey group offering gay ‘conversion therapy’

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  1. Cardinal Capone 28 Nov 2012, 12:45am

    It’s about time someone did this.

  2. Spread the good news far and wide so others who have been cheated and lied to and harmed and even killed can sue these ex gay therapy quacks out of business and into prison where these ex gay therapy priest and psychotherapist frauds belong.

  3. Christopher in Canada 28 Nov 2012, 5:25am

    They got Al Capone on tax evasion…

  4. Civil actions are fine but this has to go much further.
    Anyone who claims efficacy for any ‘therapy’ unsupported by clinical evidence and charges money for it should be tried for fraud.

    1. Cardinal Capone 28 Nov 2012, 12:27pm

      This applies to all those “miracle healers” posing as pastors as well.

    2. That’s more than sesnbile! That’s a great post!

  5. This is sadism and torture. I hope the penalties are stiff.

  6. Kick ’em where it hurts.
    In the wallet …

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