The Alleged Last Will of Osho
There is mounting evidence that the alleged last will of Osho submitted in the course of the legal dispute over the use of Osho’s name as a trademark is actually a forgery.
To allow you to easily see this evidence yourself, here is the following question:
Can you find any difference in Osho’s signature on the two images below?
Not easy… The graphological experts also could not find any difference.
According to them, it is not possible for a person to make two exact signatures.
Yet the two above images really belong to two different documents.
The top image comes from a letter handwritten by Osho in 1976 to a friend.
The bottom image comes from a so-called Osho’s “Last Will” dated October 15th, 1989, that had been submitted by the Osho International Foundation (OIF) in the European Trademark Case Osho.
Graphological expertise indicates that the original signature (top) has been used as a model to create a similar and fraudulent signature (bottom).
As faking person’s signature and manipulating the court by submitting false evidence is considered as a criminal act and is punished by law, we find it of immense importance to share the current situation around the alleged last will of Osho with the public as well as its consequences such as a recent criminal report issued by the police station in Pune, India.
More details are in the following sections:
The signature bearing the name “Osho” is apocryphous since it was not handwritten in the original but added by means of photographic procedure.
The apocryphous signature bearing the name “Osho” was placed at the bottom of the will by means of one of the many counterfeiting techniques (copy and paste photostatic process, scanning, tracing, etc.). read more…
The questioned fraudulent signature ‘Q-1′ is an exact copy of admitted signature ‘A-1′. This fact can be verified by anyone with the naked eye using the help of the attached ‘Comparison Chart’. read more..
These signatures are reproduction of one and the same model. This forgery appears to have been done by any method of tracing i.e. carbon tracing, intended tracing, forgery by facing paper, transmitted image and scanned image etc. read more…
The names of the accused persons are as follows: 1) Mr. Michael Byrne (O’Byrne) aka Jayesh, 2) Mr. D’Arcy O’Byrne aka Yogendra, 3) Dr. John Andrews aka Amrito, 4) Mr. Mukesh Kantilal Sarda aka Mukesh Bharti, 5) Mr. Klaus Steeg aka Pramod along with 6) Mr. Philip Toelkes aka Niren [not in OIF].
On the 8th of December 2013 the first information report have been issued by the police station taking this complaint in further investigations. read full text…