Follower convinced by a leader of a cult that he could read minds to die


An 81-year-old pissed leader of a cult that believed he could read their minds, was killed by a sex-crazed leader.

Aravindan Balakrishnan 81, from Enfield was sentenced in 2016 to 23 years for a series of offences that included child cruelty, false imprisonment, and assault.

The Prison Service reported that the man, known as Comrade Bala died behind bars at HMP Dartmoor, Friday, April 8.

Balakrishnan brainwashed two followers into believing he had godlike powers during his horror story of life.

He also took care of his daughter. Katy Morgan DavisIn London, she was held captive for 30 years in an ordeal which she describes as “a torture.” “horrible, so dehumanising and degrading”.

Balakrishnan in a photo booth in the 1970s
Balakrishnan taking a picture in a booth in the 1970s

Ms Morgan Davis, who was being held at Southwark Crown Court on her father’s trial, said she waived her right of anonymity and that she would be able to speak for her mother. “felt like a caged bird with clipped wings.”

She then went on to call her abuser a “narcissist and a psychopath”They said: “The people he looked up to were people like Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot and Saddam Hussein – you couldn’t criticise them either in the house.

“These were his heroes and gods. These were the kind of people he wanted others to follow.

The sex beast is dead behind bars

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The court heard her story about being beaten and forbidden from singing nursery rhymes, going school or making friends.

He was not just out to control his family, he also established the Workers’ Institution of Marxism–Leninism–Mao Zedong in South London in the 1970s.

He used the group for practice in his plans to take over the globe’. He also convinced his followers to believe he could read them minds. And warned them that a supernatural force called Jackie might cause natural disasters if Jackie did not obey him.

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