|The Anti-Semitic Adelaide Institute Posting Barry Pittard's Articles:|
Full Update: August 1st 2005
The Case Of Barry Pittard & The Adelaide Institute Website
Barry Pittard authored an article entitled "Sathya Sai Baba Expose: An Update". This article was duplicated under the page title "Parallels with Holocaust Believers is striking!" on the Adelaide Institute (AI) website, which the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs considers to be both a hate group and Anti-Semitic and is also blacklisted by JWD. The AI website is so extreme that even British Holocaust denier David Irving branded it "antisemitic and a liability to Holocaust revisionists". After I brought this article to the attention of the general public, Barry Pittard had the Adelaide Institute remove the page. However, I revived the page. Click Here to view this article that was being used to rally support from people who openly deny the holocaust ever happened and who are Anti-Semitic! I also found another of Barry Pittard's articles listed on the Adelaide Institute website. Click Here to view this article, entitled, "Sai Baba a 'false god'. Nora Jones's Life Is His Message: Sai Baba Damage Control Movie Set to Backfire". Apparently, Anti-Semites are using Pittard's articles to support and propagate their agenda of hate and intolerance. One may notice that one has to subscribe to the Adelaide Institute website before the articles are posted there. Consequently, whomever submitted Mr. Pittard's articles to the AI website, knew the agenda of the AI.
Update: August 1st 2005: Barry Pittard's Response
Just recently (August 1st 2005) Barry Pittard, after maintaining silence for 9 months, released a public statement about why his articles were posted on the Adelaide Institute (AI) website. The following is his article, along with my comments:
Refuting An Allegation of Anti-Semitism
By: Barry Pittard.
A pro Sai Baba writer has stated that I deliberately posted my article 'SATHYA SAI BABA EXPOSÉ: AN UPDATE' on a holocaust denial website. In fact, I did not, and would never have done so. This article is an overview of the Exposé of Sathya Sai Baba and his international cult. It was first posted to Exbaba.com in September 2003.
Since I wish to focus the issue and not deal in personalities, I choose not to name the individual involved. Former devotees who have spoken out about the allegations against Sathya Sai Baba and the cover-up by many of his foremost leaders and successive Indian governments commonly attract slander, distortion of our views, and false attributions regarding our motives. In my own case, because I will not trade ill for ill, I have constantly let many vicious attacks pass (and, for many months, including this one) but colleagues have persuaded me not to let an accusation of anti-Semitism pass.
My Response: It is a well known fact that Barry does not choose to focus or deal with "personalities", which accounts for his numerous, unsubstantiated references to unnamed officials and alleged victims (Ref. 1).
Barry Pittard knew about my concerns about his possible Anti-Semitic ties, when it was brought to his attention, in early November 2004. At that time, Mr. Pittard had the Adelaide Institute (AI) remove one of his articles that appeared on their site (Ref. 2). Mr Pittard refused to publicly clarify why his article appeared on the AI website and also refused to address my valid concerns. After all, on Ref. 2, there is an email that precedes Pittard's article (dated August 8th 2004). That particular email, entitled "Sathya Sai Baba - 'Lord of the Air', 'Avatar of Night'", posted by Peter Myers (an AI supporter and writer who lives in Canberra, Australia), is nowhere to be found on any Anti-SSB Site. So the obvious inference is that Barry Pittard wrote an email to Peter Myers, who subsequently copied Pittard's article on the AI website (dated September 30th 2004). As a matter of fact, on both pages (where Pittard's articles were posted), Peter Myers was the person who created those pages. Consequently, it certainly appeared that Pittard corresponded with Myers and wrote to him, in a familiar way, about SSB and Israel (which would be relevant to the AI website content). Mr. Pittard said, "I was about to write to you and let you know that his intelligence and security apparatus has training programs in Israel, although I have not begun to investigate this angle." Coincidence?
It is significant that Peter Myers is from Canberra, Australia. Anti-Sai Activists have made numerous references about an anonymous "Canberra Man" who secretly supplied them with "inside" information about Sai Centers and Sai Activities. Since the "Canberra Man's" identity is being withheld (yes, another "anonymous" informant), it is suspicious that Anti-Sai articles were posted on the AI website by a person who happens to reside in Canberra. Coincidence? For example, see:
Peter Myers is a prolific contributor to the AI website. Therefore, Mr. Pittard needs to tell us to whom that email was addressed. Until he does so, it can be logically concluded that the email was addressed to Peter Myers. Since it appeared that Pittard was corresponding with Myers (who is openly Anti-Semitic and a Holocaust denier), I said that Mr. Pittard had "Anti-Semitic buddies" and was an "Anti-Semitic sympathizer". Entirely valid observations, especially in light of Mr. Pittard's adamant refusal to clarify his position.
I also emailed Barry Pittard, among many others, about my site policy, where I will correct any information on my site when given clarifications or factual information. Barry Pittard refused to write to me or clarify his position. Since Mr. Pittard has now come forward with a response, I will refrain from posting any more comments about his possible Anti-Semitic ties on my site. I have deleted these comments from my Unesco, State Department and News articles. My concerns, regarding his Anti-Semitic ties, will be voiced on this page only.
In fact, my life has at all times been absolutely free from any taint of racism or anti-Semitism and from any knowing association with those who hold such evil views. I may add that one of the great attractions of Sathya Sai Baba to most of us, now former devotees, was his emphasis on non-discrimination on the basis of race, caste or creed. I gave no permission to put writing of mine on this website, of which I did not then know, and which contains views that I find profoundly repugnant.
Because an author's article appears on a website it does not mean that he or she has therefore been consulted. It is difficult not to conclude that a writer who claims falsely that I was consulted has an agenda to hurt, harm and destroy my cause by means of linking me with an emotion-charged issue like the holocaust and the denial of it.
My Response: Mr. Pittard was made aware of my comments in early November 2004. He refused to give an explanation either directly, indirectly or otherwise. Mr. Pittard remained silent, regarding this issue, for 9 months. He had every opportunity to address or refute my comments. He chose to do neither.
Before success in getting the webmaster of the offending site to take the article off, I made several attempts, both by email and phone to get him to do so. Much later, I discovered that yet another article of mine was posted on the site. I find that the postings occurred because another individual, with whom I had briefly corresponded on an entirely unrelated matter, who equally is no associate of mine, had passed my material along to this webmaster. That my attacker should assume that an author's material cannot pass into other hands without his knowledge, would suggest either thoughtlessness or deliberate intention to discredit no matter what risk of injustice and the hurting of a person's good name.
My Response: Who was this other "individual" whom Mr. Pittard corresponded with "briefly", on an "entirely unrelated matter"? If the subject matter was "entirely unrelated", how did this unnamed person obtain Mr. Pittard's articles about Sathya Sai Baba? Once again, Mr. Pittard fails to give us crucial details or names. Again, it appears that this other "individual" was Peter Myers. How else did Mr. Myers obtain an email that is not to be found on any other Anti-Sai Site? Fredrick Toben is the webmaster to AI.
That Mr. Pittard would allow me to express my views, without offering even one single explanation or clarification (in 9 months) would "suggest thoughtlessness or deliberate intention" to withhold information. Mr. Pittard must accept responsiblity for his choice to keep silent. This issue could have been resolved in November 2004 if he had only taken a moments time to respond to my valid concerns. Mr Pittard could have also responded through ExBaba.com, SaiGuru.net or any one of numerous forums that he has posted his articles on. Consequently, Mr. Pittard's "pass-the-buck" mentality is being used as an excuse for his failure to act and clarify.
An Exbaba.com worker, who was at some stage combing the Internet for Sai Baba related items relevant to exposing him, copied the page in question to Exbaba.com entirely without my knowledge. Again, my assailant leaped to a worst-case, conspiratorial interpretation, not acknowledging that this occurrence can happen without an author's knowledge. Since the original posting of my update article was on Exbaba.com, this copying was superfluous. If the worker who copied it had actually read it before posting it he would have seen extraneous Adelaide Institute material on the same page that does not even belong to my article. Furthermore, the offending website's spin on my article was evident in the title it put above it: "Parallels with Holocaust Believers is Striking." Still further was the post mindless because the extraneous material on the same website had utterly no thematic (or moral and ethical) purpose to appear on Exbaba.com. The Exbaba.com staff member has since granted that it was a serious oversight that it was posted, and has apologised to me, conceding the importance (indeed courtesy) of seeking an author's permission, not to mention taking more than a cursory glance at what on earth they were copying!
My Response: What is the name to this anonymous "Exbaba.com worker"? Why was this "Exbaba.com worker" copying Mr. Pittard's article and submitting it to an Anti-Semitic site to begin with? As Mr. Pittard pointed out, the title to the page was obvious and the agenda of AI is very clearly stated on their site. Until these questions are answered, this indicates that there are Anti-Semitic sympathizers who work for Exbaba.com. Once again, Mr. Pittard fails to back up his claims with an actual name.
Mr. Pittard is also telling us two stories. First, Mr. Pittard argued his case by saying, "I find that the postings occurred because another individual, with whom I had briefly corresponded on an entirely unrelated matter, who equally is no associate of mine, had passed my material along to this webmaster." Now, however, Mr. Pittard said that the AI posting was due to an "Exbaba.com worker". So which is it, Mr. Pittard? Version one or version two?
Funny that Barry Pittard would accuse me of leaping to a "worst-case, conspiratorial interpretation" when he does the very same thing! Click Here to view my page about Barry Pittard's exaggerations and unsubstantiated allegations against Sathya Sai Baba. Click Here to view an article that discusses a simple misprint, made by the Sai Organization website, that was treated with the "worst-case conspiratorial interpretation" that far exceeded what Mr. Pittard accused me of!
Indeed, my own radio programme, "Collective Spirit," reflected timeless values inherent in the great moral and ethical traditions, and won friends from many faiths, including leaders in the Jewish community. On one occasion, I heard two fundamentalist Christian presenters make an anti-Semitic reference on the community radio station I worked for. I made strong and immediate protests to the Management, and the offenders, who were unrepentant, were made to leave. Indeed, the then leader of the local Jewish community and her husband were complementary of my programme, and she had appeared on it at my invitation. What is more, they graciously had me in their home to share in a Jewish celebration during Pesach (Passover), and we are in touch to this day, as I am with other close Jewish friends, many of whose families perished in the holocaust, as did so very many families of my co-students at University. Over the years, I have similarly been drawn into a circle of friendship and sharing of Jewish ceremonies by those Sai devotees from Israel with whom I enjoyed such loving relationships. I dwell rather on such happy occasions than give further thought to my antagonist's cruel and outrageous slander, but wish especially that those newly coming out of the Sathya Sai Baba cult will not be misled by the ugly and persistent slanders.
My Response: I have contacted various national radio broadcasters in Australia (ABC, Radio Australia, SBS, 3ZZZ, CBAA, and several other smaller radio stations located in Queensland and Sydney), and none of them could provide me with any information about Pittard's radio programme "Collective Spirit". One will notice that Mr. Pittard fails to divulge the names to the "two fundamentalist Christian presenters", the names of anyone associated with Management or even the name of the leader of the local Jewish community. Once again, Pittard withholds names (something he is notorious for doing). Consequently, we must rely on Pittard's unsubstantied and unverifiable claims.
"Ugly and persistent slanders" and "cruel and outrageous slander" that Mr. Pittard refused to discuss or refute in any manner, fashion or form for 9 months. One can only wonder why? Mr. Pittard had every opportunity to utilize tremendous internet resources (that he has used against Sathya Sai Baba) to clear his name or clarify his position, but chose not to use them. Even with clarification, Mr. Pittard contradicts himself and again resorts to withholding names and crucial information. Behavior he deems reprehensible when done by Pro-Sai Activists. Mr. Pittard would like for others to believe that it was not his inaction or apathy that are the cause of his perceived Anti-Semitic ties, but rather, my fault for questioning and discussing the issue!
Next time Barry, nip it in the bud before it nips you.
Update: August 5th 2005: Barry Pittard & Barry Chamish
Just recently, I was forwarded an email editorial that came from Barry Chamish, dated August 4th 2005. Chamish is a well known and controversial Israeli researcher (including UFO researcher), journalist and author. Chamish developed international notoriety with his coverage of the assassination conspiracy of Yitzhak Rabin. Chamish also sends out a number of editorials that deal with Isreali politics. Click Here to view the archives to Chamish's email editorials. I expect the August email editorial will be published at the end of the month, on Chamish's site, and my following comments can be directly verified then.
Update: In August, I emailed Chamish about Barry Pittard and about his August email editorial. Chamish refused to discuss anything about Barry Pittard. Come September, for some mysterious reason, Chamish chose not to publish his August email editorial in his archives!
However, Rense.com already published the editorial in question. Rense.com is a site that celebrates Ernst Zundel (calling him a "modern day Galileo"). Ernst Zundel had run Samisdat Publishers, one of the largest distributors of Nazi and neo-Nazi propaganda and memorabilia in the world. Rense.com and Chamish's site link to each other. Chamish also associates with Nexus and Duncan Roads (discussed further on this page). Click Here to view a site dedicated to exposing the ties between Barry Chamish with neo-Nazi organizations and websites.
Chamish has also rightly been criticized for his questionable ties to Holocaust Revisionists. Click Here to view an excellent article, written by Daniel Pipes, that gives disturbing facts about Chamish's questionable Holocaust Revisionist ties. It is important to point out that Chamish has clarified he is not a "Holocaust denier" (but does not seem to address the word "revisionist"). Chamish is also featured, numerous times, on the Adeliaide Institute's website (which is considered Anti-Semitic and a hate group by the Israel Ministry of Home Affairs). Click Here to view 50+ articles, about Chamish, published on the Adelaide Institute website. Obviously, the Adelaide Institute feels that Chamish's opinions are, in some manner, supportive to their cause and beliefs.
Click Here to view a recent email editorial, from Barry Chamish, that has a section that was contributed by Barry Pittard (who is referred to as one of Chamish's "correspondents"). The quote reads, "Another correspondent exposed the activities of David Zeller, one of "rabbi" Melchior's cohorts in Meimad: 'You have referred (see below) to David Zeller. My interest in him is that he has waxed exceeding abundant before a huge audience at in Sathya Sai Baba's ashram at Puttaparthi in south India. This latter is India's most famous guru and, with India's power brokers irrespective of Party affiliation, extremely influential. However, I once lectured for two years in one of his colleges and have since investigated at first hand worldwide allegations against Sai Baba of huge-scale, serial pedophilia, not to mention involvement in other terrible matters and cover-ups on quite the grand scale. I recently consulted to the BBC on its searing expose' of Sai Baba, 'The Secret Swami', and have done so to many other leading media like Times of London, Daily Telegraph, etc., etc., and am an international coordinator in attempts to bring Sai Baba to justice.'"
David Zeller is a Rabbi who had spoken at several Sai Interfaith Conferences at Prashanti Nilayam. This article shows Barry Pittard's deep involvement with Chamish (Mr. Pittard is referred to as a "correspondent" of Chamish). Not only does this further my original concerns about Mr. Pittard's questional involvement with Holocaust Revisionists and the Adelaide Institute website, it also highlights the low and vidictive spirit of Mr. Pittard, who goes to great lengths to attack not only SSB but anyone seen as supporting the Sai Movement (in this case, attacking a Jewish Rabbi simply because he had not been swayed by Anti-Sai propaganda).
Update: August 15th 2005: Barry Pittard & Nexus Magazine
Mr. Pittard also cited and advocated for Anti-Sai material that appeared in the Nexus Magazine. Nexus is a magazine that is devoted to spiritual issues, alternate health therapies, free-energy devices, UFO's, paranoia and suppressed science. Unfortunately, the Nexus Magazine (whose editor is Duncan Roads) has been rightly criticized for publishing far-right and anti-semitic material in its publications. Mark Koernke (who was a correspondent for Nexus) was named by the FBI for suspected terrorism (Ref. 1). Despite Nexus' questionable far-right and anti-semitic associations, since 1992 (at least), Barry Pittard not only defends Duncan Roads (calling him "courageous") and Nexus, but even corresponded with Mr. Roads, wrote an article for Nexus (http://home.hetnet.nl/~ex-baba/engels/letters/barrynexus.html) and seems to think that there is something significant about Nexus publishing Anti-Sai material in their magazine! It is intriguing to note that Pittard's name and articles keep appearing on sites that have questionable holocaust-revisionist and anti-semitic ties.
The following are references about the Nexus Magazine and Duncan Roads:
Isreal Ministry of Home Affairs: "The Nexus magazine published a section from the book The Money Makers: How International Bankers Gained Control which describes the power of the Rothschilds in the past and blames them and three other Jewish families for causing wars and revolutions." (Ref. 2)
Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Anti-Semitism and Racism: "Exposure, a glossy magazine sold by subscription and at newsstands, was influenced by the worldview of UK eccentric David Icke and publicized the material of several far right Australian groups. In February, editor David Summers sold the magazine, which is now called Hard Evidence. Judging by its promotion during the year of The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, videos of speeches by League of Rights stalwart Jeremy Lee, a half-page advertisement for Nexus magazine (see below), and aggressive advertising for past issues of Exposure, the magazine’s content remains little changed. There is a large overlap between far right organizations and New Age (see ASW 2000/1) or other fringe, alternative lifestyle groups, whose rhetoric is heavily laden with conspiracy theories. The New Age magazine Nexus, available widely at newsstands and by subscription, has for some time promoted extreme right writers, organizations and conspiracy theories. In 1995 its links to US-based militia groups were exposed; Nexus advertisers, the Loyal Regiment of Australian Guardians, were later investigated for possession of 'dangerous weapons,' in the midst of the gun-ownership debate in 1996." (Ref. 3)
Angry People: (Ref. 4)
Corporate Europe Observer: "Nexus -- published monthly from Australia, distributed worldwide -- covers 'the fields of health alternatives; suppressed science; Earth's ancient past; UFOs & the unexplained; and government cover-ups.' Articles with titles like "Mind Control Slavery and the New World Order", "Meetings With Remarkable Aliens" and "UK Crop Circles of 1999" are illustrative for the content of Nexus. More seriously is the fact that the magazine has repeatedly printed texts by authors belonging to the far right, which has resulted in Nexus being listed in the Tel Aviv University archive of anti-Semitic literature. Its website has links to the homepages of the controversial new age icon David Icke as well as to websites with telling titles like 'The Ashes of Waco' and 'The Militia of Montana'." (Ref. 5)
Searchlight: "Searchlight's Australian correspondent has revealed that the owner of Nexus, Duncan Roads, has visited Colonel Gaddafi's Libya at least twice and is believed to have sworn an oath of loyalty to that country. In doing so, he has followed the road to Tripoli already taken by a mixture of far-right activists. including the British third positionists Patrick Harrington, Derek Holland and Nick Griffin and Canadian nazis. Nexus's agent in Britain is Marcus Allen, a small-scale peddler of antisemitic material. A more important supplier of such literature. and one of the few people in Britain from whom those around Icke could have obtained copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, is Don Martin. Born in Australia. Martin runs a far-right and antisemitic publishing business in Sudbury, Suffolk. and maintains his longstanding links with Australian nazis. He came to Britain in 1970, where he founded the British League of Rights as a pseudo-respectable right-wing front, campaigning against the Common Market. Four years later the organisation became the British chapter of the World Anti Communist League. and the veteran racist Dowager Lady Jane Birdwood became its general secretary." (Ref. 6)
Indymedia: "Nexus - a forum for the militias and conspiracy theorists. In America he is known to listeners of hate radio stations as 'Mark from Michigan', to the mainstream media as 'the grand guru of hate' and to the FBI as Mark Koernke: a militia leader and far-right fanatic who was wanted for questioning about the Oklahoma bombing. In Australia he is a correspondent for Nexus, a monthly magazine available from most local news agencies.
Nexus is one of the New Age and alternative lifestyle publications that have proliferated in Australia over the past five years. Its cover stories give the impression that it is devoted to alternative medicine and UFOs. But one of the alternative lifestyles that Nexus consistently promotes is rooted in the paranoid conspiracy theories of the US midwest. Since 1992 the Queensland-based magazine has published numerous articles from American far-right militia activists accusing the US government of plotting to murder 'patriots' and hand America over to a socialist "one world government headed by the United Nations.
It also runs advertisements for far-right Australian groups and publications, including the book Fair Dinkum, published by an ultra-right militia group, the Loyal Regiment of Australian Guardians. The Regiment, which is based in Canberra, was the subject of a six month top secret investigation by the Australian Defence Department and the Federal Police.
The handbook describes the Australian government as 'unconstitutional and therefore may be considered as operating as a criminal organisation'. Rick Flavell, the book's publisher, is currently in hiding from the police, who have a warrant out for his arrest on weapons charges.
Nexus's publisher, Duncan Roads, said that he did 'not support any of the views' he published in his magazine, yet confessed that he shared his contributors' belief that America was 'corrupt to the core, right from the top'.
Roads, who was born in Britain, is a close confidant of Robert Pash, one-time leader of Aryan Nations in Australia and the man who organised a trip to Libya for Patrick Harrington, Nick Griffin and Derek Holland of the British National Front's 'political soldier' faction in 1989. Pash, now organiser for the Libyan-Arab Cultural Centre, was a key player in the establishment of the Lyndon LaRouche cult in Australia.
Roads himself has visited Libya at least twice and Nexus regularly carries advertisements for Pash's antisemitic magazine, New Dawn (Ref. 7). Even so he is not entirely trusted on the Australian far-right. A document was recently circulated to media outlets claiming that Roads's loyalty was to Libya rather than Australia, adding an obscure reference to an alleged bomb discovery in a British bus terminal where Roads once worked as a clerk." (Ref. 8)
Australia/Isreal Review: "Mr Cumming's book Lucky be Damned on "the real power behind the elected governments" is advertised for sale in the current editions of those lunar journals for space cadets, conspiracy and right wing nuts - Nexus and New Dawn. These grand relics of Colonel Gaddafi's big spending days in the Pacific now run reams of psychotic twaddle about CIA conspiracies, real life X-Files, UFO's and, yes, the New World Order. New Dawn pumps it out courtesy of Mr Robert Pash, Colonel Gadaffi's former bag man down under while Nexus is produced by Pash's old buddy Duncan Roads. Pash, a.k.a. Rashid Robert Pash, caused great consternation during the 1980s running Gaddafi-funded operations from Melbourne. One of his many activities included co-ordinating Libyan government funded delegations to Tripoli. In the 1980s Nexus editor Duncan Roads tripped off to Libya several times courtesy of Colonel Gaddafi. He later established Nexus, which The Review revealed after the Oklahoma bombing to be running reports in Australia from senior figures in the US militia movement. A third new age newstand lunar-right magazine is entitled Exposure. We don't know whether it sells Mr Cumming's book. But its latest issue reprints in full Ms Hanson's maiden speech, so perhaps it doesn't really matter." (Ref. 9)
More About Robert Pash: "Another Radical-Nationalist initiative which promised much was that of 'Australian National Vanguard' (ANV) / 'Australian People's Congress' (APC) in the years 1982–88. This Brisbane effort was directed by Robert Pash (born 1962). From an unstable family with a history of psychiatric illness, Pash was attracted by religion, finding a berth with the U.S. 'Church Of Jesus Christ Christian' (or Aryan Nations). His paper Vanguard had announced: 'Jewry rules the West …' and ' … only the pure aryan race … (can) … achieve His Noble Purpose.' A transition was made to Libyan 'Third Universal Theory' in 1983, with funding provided by the Libyan Embassy for distribution of Gaddafist propaganda. In 1984, Pash approached National Action with promises of 'unity' and Libyan support for anti-American propaganda, but arrangements were forever provisional. When van Tongeren launched ANM, Pash decided to reconstitute ANV." (Ref. 10)
I wonder if Barry Pittard's "Jewish friends" know about his ties with Chamish, the Nexus Magazine and his attacks against Zeller and if they would approve of his actions and associations?
And To Top It All Off...
Updated: March 21st 2006: Recently, I wrote that Barry Pittard fathered offspring with an underage teenager after discovering what appeared to be an admission on the website of his former mate. Before I published this information on my site, I personally requested (in 2 separate emails) verification from Barry's past mate. Barry's past mate never denied that Barry was the biological father, although I clearly and explicity informed her that: 1) I received information that suggested Barry fathered a child with her when she was 15 years old; 2) Asked for confirmation if this claim was true or not; 3) Specifically informed her of my intention to publish this material; 4) Informed her that I was not in friendly relations with Barry and advised her to discuss the issue with him first, and 5) That if she chose not to give me an answer, that I would have no choice but to interpret this as an affirmative that Barry was the biological father. Barry's past mate emailed me and refused to deny that Barry was the biological father. She told me that I could take her refusal to answer "however you want". Since that time, I have obtained new information regarding this matter. Barry did not father a child with his mate when she was 15. Barry fathered a child with her when she was 20/21 years old and he was 58/59 years old (old enough to be her grand-father). It is odd that Barry's past mate, despite being given a full warning about the gravity of the situation and my intention to publish this information against Barry, chose instead to withhold the truth and allow me to be under a false premise. Therefore I retract my previous comments.
Major Update: September 21st 2008: A Grace Disgraced: The Rise And Fall Of Barry Pittard
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