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"Put the poison in
Conversations Vol. 36, page 373: After Srila Prabhupada says "Hmmm. You
make me flat" is heard this whisper: "Push real hard, it's going down
him...(giggle) the poison's going down."
Con:36.373: After Jayapataka says, "follow the same treatment," a
whisper: "Is the poison in the milk? Um hum."
Con:36.374: After Srila Prabhupada says, "Daytime we expose...", we hear
the whisper, "Do it now." Then Srila Prabhupada drinks something.
Con:36.378: We hear the whispers, "Jayadwaita... will you serve Srila
Prabhupada poison Jayadwaita?", then several negative responses followed
by "Nette, nette."
Con:36.391: After Jayapataka says, "Should there be kirtana?" we hear a
Bengali phrase, and then the whisper "Poison ishvarya rasa." Srila
Prabhupada replies with "To Me?", then we hear, "Take it easy, get ready
to go," then a few seconds later, we hear what sounds like Jayapataka
say "You're taking it right now" Srila Prabhupada then says "How's
this?" Then someone says "Let it go." Then Hansadutta's kirtan
On side A of the "poison tape", November 11, 1977, was found the
following whispers: "Going down" "Did it hurt?" "He's gonna die"
"Listen, he's saying.... Going to die" "Yes, a heart attack time"
Mr. Jack Mitchell owner/engineer of " Commercial Audio/ Forensic
Audio/ Computer Audio Engineering" Albuquerque, New Mexico.
(Sections of Mr. Mitchell's report on the 'poison whispers' are recorded
above) "After a week, Jack Mitchell called Mahabuddhi and advised that
we should be arranging for legal counsel, as it appeared that what he
was analysing was a poison conspiracy, judging from what he had already
found on the tape. Mr. Jack Mitchell (referring to Dr. Helen McCaffery):
"I sent her the report for her review and told her that if there was
anything in there that she felt was incorrect she should tell me, she
should change it. Or if she felt that anything needs to be added, then
she should add it. She added nothing; she changed nothing. She actually
submitted a document in which she says that she is in total agreement
with the report, with the findings."
Mr. Tom Owen. OWL Investigations, Inc
Conclusion: There is conversation about poison and the use of it. In my
opinion there is certainly a basis for further investigation. Exhumation
would settle the issue, although I am told that it is against religious
beliefs. A forensic toxicologist and Homicide investigator should be
Opinion: Based on my training and experience, the word poison is clearly
audible and intelligible in several instances