Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Karen Jonson admits that Sherri Tibbe is a Fraud

Karen Jonson admits that District Attorney Sherri Tibbe is a Fraud who most wanted Swami Prakashanand Saraswati to disappear, in order to make money

A main focus of my 4 year old research was on the fact that the trial of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati was a money-making scam by Hays County, as well as a fulfilled promise by Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton to their electorate. Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe's election campaign centered on the fact that Sherri Tibbe and Cathy Compton would increase the conviction rate in Hays County. What people are asking is: How could Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe make promises about cases that she had not yet seen or known about? How exactly did Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton plan to increase the conviction rate? I wasn't the first person to ask this....

Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe, space mom of Karen Jonson
Students questioning how Hays County District Attorney
Sherri Tibbe planned to fulfill her election promise 

Above: Students questioning how Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe planned to fulfill her election promise. These were posted on Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe's election campaign facebook page. A full analysis of this available via an article by Barbara Witherspoon : Faces of Deceit 

Many people, including Most Wanted insiders, have come to the conclusion that Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Cathy Compton and the Hays County Administration were money-grabbers, who intentionally let Swami Prakashanand Saraswati "escape" in order to pocket the outrageously large $11 million bail. Admittedly, many people who accept that much, don't go a step further and realize that Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe only brought the Swami Prakashanand Saraswati case to trial in order to pocket the cold, hard cash. Is it a stretch to believe that someone who wants cash would do anything to get it - including causing Swami Prakashanand Saraswati's disappearance?

The HeadMarshal from the FBI's Most Wanted, wrote this, way back in 2014...

Swami Prakashanand Saraswati


Karen Jonson had been vehemently sticking up for, and praising, her space moms, Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton, and even wrote a book glorifying them. That changed a couple of months ago, when Karen Jonson realized that supporting them was a liability.... then Karen Jonson posted:

swami prakashanand saraswati




swami prakashanand saraswati
"Tired of Pretending"


"WTF, Hays County? Wherever I go to discuss my book, that is typically the number one question I hear.

Not a single person I've ever spoken to about the escape from justice of Prakashanand Saraswati ever has a good thing to say about the Hays County team [District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton etc] who let him get away. I say team, because it wasn't just one person -- the whole team made the decision to let him go on the Friday of his conviction, giving him a whole weekend to make his escape plans. Thereby not getting the ball in the end zone. -- e.i., putting him in jail where he belongs.

I was just recently reminded of this by two events -- one is another author who told me this: "I recall hearing about this case. As someone with a legal education and whose law school criminal law instructor was one of the most productive and notable prosecutors in U.S. history, I am appalled by the DA's call on this one."

Another event just this weekend, reminded me about the true heroes, for whom a trial never even would have even taken place — these were the people fighting behind the scenes. Many of them are anonymous supporters, the rest are part of the small group of ex-devotees who never once flagged in our dharma — in the role in which we were placed to do the right thing. In fact, the Hays county team almost let Prakashanand Saraswati completely slip through the cracks (only to later let him slip through the cracks). In hindsight, they already had the million dollars, so why care if he returned or not to the U.S. or not? Similarly, why care if he didn't return for sentencing or not? After all, him and his crew of blind-faith followers were extreme pains in the butt.

On March 2015's four-year anniversary of the conviction and escape of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati, I want to say how much I appreciation all the behind the scenes HEROS of this event -- who contributed to exposing this man and this organization for the sham con game it really is by making sure that Hays did not completely drop the ball. I feel so blessed to have known each and every one of you.

P.S. It's a shame he wasn't tried in Travis County. If he was, we'd likely have a very different outcome with him behind bars doing his time." - Karen Jonson (Who uses the Indian pseudo-name Rishika to seem less racist)


Behind the Scenes Hereos in the trial and persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati and the Hays County Indian Community

Re-read the sentence about the behind the scenes HEROS of this event: Sherri Tibbe, Cathy Compton and the 3 accusers Kate Tonnessen, Vesla Tonnessen Kazimer and Shyama Rose never mentioned anything about a "behind the scene team" in court testimony. In court, the 3 accusers said, and then contradicted themselves, that they came forward of their own accord, independently of each other -- although 2 were sisters, and the third was their best friend who lived nearby. Karen Jonson's post proves that it was an organized racket by a group of motivated, shadowy clients of Sherri Tibbe to bring down a church, and make money. Karen is making $1000s or $Millions by marketing ever-increasing, ever-bizarre accusations. Proof - Read: Black PR and the persecution of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati

Who was involved in the racket against Swami Prakashanand Saraswati and the Hays County Indian Community?

In all my research, I've caught out a lot of people in a lot of lies. There were mainly 3 groups who had different motivations: The 3 accusers were getting back at their family, Hays County wanted money and prestige and the hidden behind-the-scenes racket joined in to make money and have their biases validated.







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