Behold a Pale Horse - Appendix G "Kurzweil vs. Hopkins" Summary & Analysis

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Appendix G "Kurzweil vs. Hopkins" Summary and Analysis

Appendix G offers reproductions of sworn testimonies, court documents, and letters regarding Dr. Kurzweil, a medical practitioner, and his legal troubles. The nature of Kurzweil's legal problems is unclear; apparently he became involved with a Mr. Hopkins. Hopkins was a UFO investigator, who was performing hypnosis on suspected abductees. Kurzweil became convinced that Hopkins' practices were medically deleterious and filed a complaint with a government agency. Hopkins responded by filing a complaint against Kurzweil. For whatever reason, Kurzweil's complaint appears to have been dismissed, whereas Hopkins' complaint resulted in a court-ordered mental evaluation of Kurzweil. The mental evaluation found Kurzweil to be mentally unstable and requested the cancellation of Kurzweil's medical license. Kurzweil retained legal representation and argued the matter. It is unclear why the materials are included in the text...

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