Saturday, July 5, 2014
BREAKING #NEWS Rumour ? CHAM SHAN OR CHAN SHAM? Source Reveals Temple Was Never To Be!
Cham Shan Sham Scam Deceives Local Politicians?Update: July 9 2014 ~ Laurie Scott's Toronto office called. They confirmed Laurie has seen the email, and asked for our source's contact information. We did not release the information, as per the wishes of our source. We sent an email to Laurie's Toronto office recapping our conversation and are awaiting confirmation, that we have understood what was said by their representative. The office said Laurie Scott is always interested in speaking with constituents.
Update: July 8 2014 - When we did not receive a reply acknowledging receipt of our email, we called Laurie Scott's local office. They confirmed they received our email and forwarded it to the Queen's Park office. Watch for updates!
During a conversation with a reliable source in Toronto, the topic of today's gathering at Cham Shan Temple arose, and some very surprising news was shared with us.
"I have a difficulty with Cham Shan," stated the source, adding "Last night I was approached in confidence by people close to the project, who are concerned that local people are being deceived."
"Cham Shan Temple funds, and the organization behind it, need to be investigated. There is lots of money coming in, but the "monk" and his lover are siphoning off funds. Cham Shan Temple will never be built!"
The source continued, "There is a lot of corruption going on behind the scenes at the organization, and I would like to meet privately with MPP Laurie Scott and reveal all I have been shown to help with the investigation. The Temple never was meant to be built"
What is Cham Shan Temple?
Cham Shan Temple is one of four Buddhist Temples that were to be reconstructed in the Rolling Hills Area around Bethany. Two years ago, Cham Shan Temple held an Open House on the grounds, people invited to take photos, and explore the grounds. Recently Cham Shan Temple has been in the news, siding with the faction against Wind Turbines stating that they will not be able to build the temples if the Wind Turbines are erected, and citing the huge financial investment they have already made.
Cham Shan Temple Questions RaisedFrom our conversation with today's source, several questions need to be asked:
- Is Cham Shan Temple a Sham?
- Is this a major money laundering scheme?
- Are the Wind Turbines an easy out?
- Who is being duped? Local politicians, or the source?
Omemee Pigeon eFlyer, has sent an email to Laurie Scott informing her of the conversation with the source. We await her response.
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