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Still Waters

Man seeks refund for failed exorcism

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The Consumer Claims Tribunal was set up to allow consumers to file claims in a speedy and inexpensive manner.

But it has seen some really strange cases.

And one of the weirdest was when a man complained about a bomoh who apparently did not live up to the promise of chasing away spirits haunting his ailing father.

The 40-year-old complainant sought the tribunal's help as he wanted a refund from the bomoh.

http://news.asiaone.com/news/malaysia/man-seeks-refund-bomoh-failed-exorcism

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The tribunal had to strike out the case as it was out of its jurisdiction. - See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/malaysia/man-seeks-refund-bomoh-failed-exorcism#sthash.77HTlnnt.dpuf

I would have striked it out because they were out of their mind.

 

This is the problem with believing in all this woohoo, when the "results" are not in their favour, they are  let down even more. best let nature take its course and deal with it naturally. We are all going to go and there is no woohoo man who can change that.

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Now we're suing the demons? or just demonologists or whatever the flavored lately.

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Is that the possesser suing, or the possessee?  I'd have to make that damned clear first.

(I'm secretly hoping we get as many of these completely absurd stories of possession, and others like ouija board gullibility, orbs, more from the church of bigfootery, crop circles, ancient aliens, and anything else that's just as laughable and just as unreal before the year ends--come on people, pile it on!)

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2 hours ago, Still Waters said:

The Consumer Claims Tribunal was set up to allow consumers to file claims in a speedy and inexpensive manner.

But it has seen some really strange cases.

And one of the weirdest was when a man complained about a bomoh who apparently did not live up to the promise of chasing away spirits haunting his ailing father.

The 40-year-old complainant sought the tribunal's help as he wanted a refund from the bomoh.

http://news.asiaone.com/news/malaysia/man-seeks-refund-bomoh-failed-exorcism

this is to funny!...  :D  

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So have churches been sued? Shocker, word back home ole boy(wasAtheistic) into Big Time Crime, opened a couple churches. Pretty good kohl:::"

"The man said his father's condition worsened and he died a few months later."

The family went to the tribunal seeking a refund for the non-delivery of service.

The tribunal had to strike out the case as it was out of its jurisdiction.

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2 hours ago, MWoo7 said:

Now we're suing the demons? or just demonologists or whatever the flavored lately.

Noooooo, we can not sue the demons, we are suing the bomoh, cos he did not get rid of the demons...I reckon they saw him coming and did a runner. 

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This is why Singapore will always be better than Malaysia and why they are so envious of us; they let religion and superstition run their government and country, instead of logic, reason and secular politics.

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Demons, huh? Maybe it was dementia. Or Alzheimer's. *rubs chin* Well, demons would have been a lot more fun.

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So he essentially hired a faith healer instead of a doctor, and now he wants to sue the faith healer because his Father died. 

Yeah no...he's not getting that money back. But the worst part about it is he's not getting his Father back. 

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I wonder how you get registered as a business when you're an exorcist.

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