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Cathy Compton, assistant District Attorney of Hays County: An understanding through psychoanalysis

Understanding Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton using psychoanalysis. If you have never heard of a trial in which an 82 year old, world renowned religious teacher was sentenced to 280 years in prison on groping charges without evidence or witnesses by a small town southern jury; without any reason for him to even be in the court-room; in which his expulatory evidence vanished simultanously from the District Attorney’s office AND the sheriff’s office; and in which almost the entire courtroom walked out in mass protest before the end of the sentencing phase of the trial; then you have no right to judge a trial in which all these things happened.

There are a selection of must-read further links at the bottom. This essay is simply an attempt to understand the mind-set of a corrupt Government official, the assistant District Attorney of Hays County, Cathy Compton, who was a driving force behind the religious harassment of the peaceful, vegetarian Hindu community in Hays County.

6 Stages of Reaction to Sherri Tibbe & Cathy Compton’s Religious Persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati

6 Stages of Reaction to Sherri Tibbe & Cathy Compton's Religious Persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati

Disclaimer: The article below only touches the surface of the 6 Stages of Reaction to Sherri Tibbe & Cathy Compton Religious Persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati. You need to pursue the “further reading” links at the bottom for indepth analysis into these two public officials. Also note that this article is a work-in-progress. Check back in future for extra facts and analysis. If the facts below sound utterly inconceivable and parodical, then you fully understand the nightmare that the Hindu community in Hays County had to experience at the hands of Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Cathy Compton. Every word is a fact, and can be verified in the “Further Reading” section or in the official court transcripts.

In fact, even the members of the audience in the courtroom sided with Swami Prakashanand Saraswati, for they too were mocked and taunted by Cathy Compton during the trial. The whole audience walked out in protest during the sentencing phase of the trial, even the very family members of accusing women and the defense lawyers. The courtroom was left almost empty except for the three accusing women, their other halves, the court officials and Karen Jonson (aka Rishika XCult, a self-admitted ghost writer of many anti-Hindu publications). It was a veritable ghost town. The sister of two of the accusing women confirmed that her sister, Kate Tonnessen, had blackmailed the family, and only made the accusations against Swami Prakashanand Saraswati when the family didn’t meet her selfish demands.

An account by one young audience member is as follows:
“When I read To Kill a Mockingbird in High School I thought it was a sad book and times back then were tough…I could have never forseen I would experience such a circumstance in my life. It was completely surreal, as it was happening I kept thinking this isn’t real, this can’t happen in real life.”

Indepth analysis of the trial and persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati by Sherri Tibbe and Cathy Compton

Disclaimer: The article below only touches the surface of the trial and persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati by Sherri Tibbe and Cathy Compton. You need to pursue the “further reading” links at the bottom for indepth analysis into the trial and persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati by Sherri Tibbe and Cathy Compton. Also note that this article is a work-in-progress. Check back in future for extra facts and analysis.