The parents, identified only as John and Jane Doe, say their older daughters — now ages 22 and 19 — started acting differently while attending the school, becoming "secretive," "reclusive," and "distant"; having "fantasies of suicidal ideation and martyrdom"; speaking in a strange language; and gathering at Wellesley College in Massachusetts with other girls to perform religious "whirling dervish" dances through the night. . . . The teachers also tried to indoctrinate the Does' now-16-year-old daughter into their "coven," the lawsuit states, but she was able to "break free," NBC Connecticut reports, and that's when her parents realized what was going on.Funny, when we get these kind of complaints down here in the South, it's usually over a teacher or a coach leading students in prayer, or reading the Bible, or teaching creationism - you know, truly disturbing stuff like that. But in New England, where they're so much smarter than us ignorant Bible-thumping Southerners, they don't have that problem.
"But he that sinneth against me wrongeth his own soul: all they that hate me love death." ~ Proverbs 8:36