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KRESKIN MAKES OPEN OFFER TO DISGRACED ‘HYPNOTIST’ PRINCIPAL
NEW YORK: The Amazing Kreskin is making an open offer to Dr. George Kenney, the Sarasota County High School Principal who was fired for allegedly causing the suicides of three high school students after ‘hypnotizing’ them. This case has attracted national coverage over the past 2 weeks.
As a result, Dr. Kenney has retired and moved to another state. Kreskin is adamant that Mr. Kenney’s ‘hypnotizing’ had absolutely nothing to do with these tragic deaths.
For decades, Kreskin has offered $100,000 to any hypnotist who can prove conclusively the existence of a hypnotic trance. In fact, Kreskin won a legendary lawsuit in the 1980’s that proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is no such thing as a ‘hypnotic’ trance. Kreskin states, “There is already legal precedent, this man has been railroaded.”
Kreskin is adamant that if Mr. Kenney had gone to trial, the case would have been thrown out of court. The Amazing One feels so strongly about this injustice, that he is offering to proudly testify on behalf of Mr. Kenney to not only get his reputation back, but to prove he was not at fault for these horrible ‘suicides’. Kreskin states, “This will be a monumental case and I will support Dr. Kenney in proving that he caused no one’s death through hypnosis because he never put anyone in a ‘hypnotic trance’. He never did, it’s just not possible, and I can prove it yet again! Can you believe that it has been strongly suggested that one of the suicides was a fatal car accident during which the driver hypnotized himself!!!”
After a lawsuit filed by the families of the deceased teenagers, the Sarasota County school district agreed to pay each family $200,000 to settle the matter. Kreskin concludes that, “No one should go through life having others believe that they caused 3 suicides when they are truly innocent. That is a burden I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy.”
SEE ORIGINAL USA TODAY ARTICLE:
Principal George Kenney fired for “Hypnosis suicides”