Date: September 13, 2018
“Four women have now sued Castlewood Treatment Center in west county St. Louis for malpractice, saying they were encouraged to believe they had been the victims of Satanic Ritual Abuse. Castlewood’s founder, Dr. Schwartz, was previously accused of the EXACT SAME THING when he served as director of the trauma unit at Two River’s Hospital in Kansas City just a few years earlier: https://www.thepitchkc.com/news/article/20615632/could-it-be-satan
UpDate: All four lawsuits have been settled for an undisclosed amount of $,$$$,$$$, with the stipulation that the women can no longer talk about what happened to them at Castlewood. Mark Schwartz left Castlewood within days of the first woman’s deposition and is now practicing in California.
Schwartz’s wife and co-director, Lori Galperin, is now living with a “spiritual leader” accused of having sexual relations with his teenaged clients: https://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/26/us/marc-gafni-center-for-integral-wisdom.html“
One of the things that’s rarely talked about…is how these individuals who are exploited as pawns, commonly get their own lives [and the lives of their family and associates] destroyed.
It is tragic to see what happens to them…
…When the full gravity of it dawns on them…it crushes them.
The sex abuse industry has created so many different types of victims, left in it’s path.
It is time for a reckoning, of accountability.