In our previous article entitled- "Machiavellian", we mentioned how Tamal Krsna Goswami (TKG), had surrounded himself with a 'coalition of the compromised': those who appeared in public as powerful leaders, elite among men, and promoted by him (TKG) to be no less.  For years following the departure of ISKCON's Acarya, Srila Prabhupada, rank-and-file visitors to the holy dham, were given public exhibitions of ecstatic bliss, theatrically displayed by this group of 'eternal associates'.  We watched in complexed inferiority as they danced and pranced, eyes closed, intoxicated with love of God.  Postulants swooned as this confrere walked the 'guru': with chin up, right hand in bead bag and left hand fanning the rear end with each majestic stride.  Ever so often, one would stop by the other, say something quiet and meaningful, evoking a loving response peppered with dignified laughter or warm smiles and assuring touches.  Standing conspicuously silent in the background, or participating in a more conserved manner, was the 'chosen one' himself (TKG).  With a nod of his head, a flick of the wrist or a smile, he endorsed his henchmen to us lesser souls, thereby sanctioning his promised reward of wealth, comfort, sanctimony, sovereignty, sick sex, and protection,..... for their silence and participation in the poisoning of His Divine Grace, A. C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
In our paperback/ebook publication- 'Judge For Yourself', posted on the BIF web site, we have shown in TKG's statement how he first maneuvered himself into position at Srila Prabhupada's bedside- "....I proposed  that things would go on nicely without me and that I was now free to become his secretary. His Divine Grace kindly accepted me.' (TKG's Diary. p 1).  We must remember that His Divine Grace was showing signs of serious illness when TKG made his proposal.  We can show from records how Srila Prahupada's 'illness' spiked when in proximity to TKG even before his appointment as secretary, but that is not the purpose of this article.  The purpose of this article is to disclose the 'compromise connection' between TKG and the four other members of the infamous five, who sat like vultures at Srila Prabhupada's bedside, introduced poisons to his diet, claimed that he had appointed eleven acaryas, walked away with his ISKCON and became multi-millionaires in the aftermath. Well......except for Bhavananda and Satadhanya, whose twisted personalities, which were subdued and smoked over by TKG earlier for his own purpose, became public knowledge.  Soon after Bhavananda's banishment from the iskcon echelon, he made a statement in the presence of this writer- "They will get Tamal one day".  We are still sincerely trying to fulfill that prophecy.
Shortly after his appointment as secretary, TKG introduced Bhakti Caru (BC) onto his 'medical staff', for no other reason than that BC spoke Bengali- "Because we could not understand Bengali....[....].....We decided to call Bhakti-caru Maharaja immediately to Vrindavan" (TKG's Diary 214p).  It is relevant to note here that BC was not a 'maharaja' when TKG summoned him to Vrindavan.  Anyone of the many devotees resident in Vrindavan could have done the simple Bengali translations required, so why expend finances and disrupt BC's service simply to do what practically any local bhakta could do?  Besides, the kaviraja treating Srila Prabhupada spoke in Hindi, so what was the need of a Bengali translator?  Before answering these questions, we ask those who are obsessed with the 'bee' image to fly off someplace else.  We are in the throes of disseminating the sleazy character of criminals, not distributing jars of honey.
Firstly, readers should understand that the lowdown on these powerful 'gurus' and 'sanyasis' are never easy to bring out in the open, simply because those who stumble upon the truth, or experience their shocking depravity first hand, are active within, or compromised by, the iskcon cult.  A further determent to disclosure is the ever present 'vaisnava aparadha' caveat, which threatens the offender with a smorgasbord of nightmares, including death. Truly, those who eventually come out in the open with revelations, do so at an extreme cost to heart and wellbeing. So, and unless, as in the case of two of the infamous five, whose activities screamed too loud to be ignored, iniquities carried out discreetly by the other three super-heavy cabal members, remain stifled by a super-heavy overlay of the vaisnava aparadha caveat.
Bhakti-caru:  We first heard about him from the Australian yatra.  On a visit there with TKG, they had taken up residence in Prabhupada's quarters at the Melbourne temple.  We were informed that the shower room has/had two doors, one opened directly onto Prabhupada's room, and the other opened onto the main staircase. The door facing the main staircase had a lock/catch problem: unless the door was slammed hard, the catch would not take. Apparently, BC and TKG had not worked this out.  When a young bhakta was sent up to inform the two famous sanyasis that the congregation in the temple room was awaiting their grand entrance, he spied the door slightly ajar.  Through the narrow opening, he noticed movement in the bathroom.  Coming closer to the door, he noticed TKG stark naked, except for kaupins which he was tying behind him as he walked out the door into Prabhupada's room.  Following him out was BC, with only his kaupins on.  We are not asking our readers to believe that the two were doing the hanky panky, but the question does remain- what were two celibate sunyasis doing standing in the raw, before each other, in a bathroom?  The answer to this question may be in the familiarity between the two, as revealed in this statement by BC: "...while serving Srila Prabhupada I had the opportunity to associate with him (TKG) very closely and lived with him in the same room for about seven months...." , and again in this statement: " Yet I will honestly admit that I have seen his (TKG's) other side also and I have many sweet memories of my days with him...."  Now we look closer at what BC's mind set reveals in this statement of 'personal instruction' from Srila Prabhupada..... "Once he instructed me not to get involved with any woman...."  Is this a Freudian slip, or is BC justifying his homosexuality?  Whatever the verdict, there can be no disputing TKG had BC by the short-and-curlies, and inspite of the fact that TKG had, by BC's own statement (above),....a split personality. 
Satadhanya : Of the five identified conspirators, Satadhanya (ex.swami), is the one who equals TKG in depth, but whose acts of uncontrollable bestiality and total lack of conscience, betrays the group for what it really is, as we will show lower down in this article.  When TKG heard Srila Prabhupada's dream of  a Ramanuja kaviraja preparing a special medication, he first got rid of Bonamali, the  kaviraja who was taking care of Prabhupada.  He then sent his hitman- Satadhanya (swami), to locate the 'dream compounder'.  Along with Adikesava das, Satadhanya went to see Chandraswami, a man of questionable character. The story goes that the swami was not there but his secretary directed them to a kaviraja (not Ramanuja) who gave them eleven tolas of makhardvaja for TKG to administer to Srila Prabhupada. The undisputable part of the story is that after receiving the medication, Adikesava handed the concoction to Satadhanya and left for New York.  Adikesava's departure for the US was not spontaneous, it was common knowledge that he would leave, and whatever 'medication' purchased would be handed over to Satadhanya.  What our readers must understand here, in the process of analysis, is that Satadhanya had in his hands, for an extensive period of time, a concoction that was not prescribed by any registered medical source, was not compounded by any recognized laboratory or pharmacy, had no 'list of chemicals/compounds' for verification: he was in a position to doctor it as he liked, by whomsoever he chose, or substitute it with something else without any fear of repercussion.  After only two doses of half tola each, Srila Prabhupada declared that the concoction was poisoning him, and after the poisoning was discovered two decades later, TKG attempted to sidestep his accountability with this declaration:  Satadhanya had also arranged earlier for the makaradhvaja, which had proved poisonous (TKG's Diary, p 306).  What is of interest to us, is the fact that although only one tola of the preparation was used, BIF inquiries could not track down the remaining ten tolas of the toxin.  Since there is no mention of this precious medication being tossed in the garbage, or used by some other, we must assume that it remained with TKG.  Be as it may, the record will show that Srila Prabhupada's health began to decline rapidly from this point on.
To open up Satadhanya's corkscrewed mind, albeit noxious, reveals how easily and completely he was exposed to control by the Machiavellian, TKG. 
When this writer visited the Kolkata temple back in the eighties, he was informed by the temple president that Satadhanya (swami) was having forced sex with bhaktas in the room adjacent to the temple room, where he took up residence on each visit.  It is was very disturbing to note that the deities of Jagannatha, Balladeva and Subadra, also reside in the room, and were witness to the depravities. Some monies had to be paid out for hospital bills in connection with the rapes, as confirmed in later declarations- 'He continually tried to penetrate me anally either with his penis or with his finger and would become frustrated and angry as I would begin bleeding.  Whilst this was going on he would have the door locked and would be saying things to me like, " I am a sunnyasi and I am doing this, why are you not wanting to do this?'  When the victim took his complaint to his spiritual master, he received no joy- "[the victim] said that after the abuse happened he told, by whom he [the victim] is initiated, about what happened, and [the victim] said (.....) didn't do anything".That's right, nothing was done to expose the beast. Do you want to know who the spiritual master was?  It was Jayapataka: one of the infamous five, covering the butt of a coconspirator in the poisoning of Srila Prabhupada.  And why should we be surprised? Didn't TKG work overtime when Srila Prabhupada discovered what Bhavananda was up to? TKG knew all about Bhavananda, about Satadhanya, about BC and about the burning ambitions of Jayapataka long before anyone suspected a thing. It was only after Srila Prabhupada's departure that TKG let Bhavananda and Satadhanya face their demons publicly and alone.  He had used them to achieve his ends, he had no further need for these loose canons.  It is what prompted Bhavananda to say, once the cabal was broken- "They will get Tamal one day".
TKG knew the dirty dark secrets of his collaborators.  It would not surprise us in the least to discover that he initially baited and trapped them into opening their closets and exposing the skeletons hidden within. Openly displaying support for them and acting swiftly to cover their 'indiscretions' (many of which never went beyond his door) he further indebted them to him as surety in his plan to be ISKCON Acarya.  There was just one MAJOR problem....Srila Prabhupada himself....TKG: "I told Prabhupada we had a meeting to further relieve him. But he was not impressed at all and said, " Problem is there is no brain" (TKG's Diary p54).  This is not what TKG wanted to hear. And when we examine the conversation tape of May 28th, 1977, we get the positive impression that the issue of acarya had been raised by Srila Prabhupada with TKG, prior to the May 28th recording.  Let us take a look:
Srila Prabhupada: Yes. I shall recommend some of you.  After this is settled up, I shall recommend some of you to act as officiating acarya.
Tamal Krsna: Is that called ritvik acarya?
Srila Prabhupada: Ritvik. Yes.
Now, even today, we are trying to wrap our heads around the concept of ritvik and its implications. Yet, in under a minute of the subject being raised for the first time, TKG hit the nail on the head with two words never heard together in the same conversation- "ritvik acarya".  Put yourself back in '77, try to imagine where you would need to go to research the words 'ritvik acarya'.  Not unless TKG was gallivanting around in dusty Indian libraries, or taking instructions in history from some dreadlock babaji with a political agenda, could he come up with these two words in relation to each other. Or, more practically, he had heard it directly from His Divine Grace, who is fully cognizant in these matters, especially, given the problems of his own Guru's matha.  And when we hear Srila Prabhupada's answer: "Ritvik. Yes", without a pause or question about TKG's immediate and conclusive understanding (in only three sentences) of this never before discussed topic, we are more than convinced that the subject was raised by Srila Prabhupada and explained to TKG (his secretary) prior to the May 28th recording. If this is difficult to digest, then simply follow the recording for a few sentences more, and what you will hear is TKG saying: "That is clear", meaning that Srila Prabhupada's instructions on initiations were clear to him.  So why did TKG say it was clear then, when we are still having problems with it today? The answer is simple.....TKG had already received specific instructions on the matter previously, that is why he knew about "ritvik acaryas" and that is why in the space of a few sentences he was 'clear' on Srila Prabhupada's directive.  He said "That is clear" to let Srila Prabhupada know that he had grasped the matter from previous instructions received, and would implement the directive as instructed. It is the only explicable reason as to why His Divine Grace let this important matter drop in a few sentences. To make sure that his ambition to be ISKCON's acarya was never put in jeopardy again by the 'senile old man', TKG brought in his henchmen.  And following Srila Prabhupada's disappearance, he suddenly went blind on his clarity, hid the May 28th recordings, buried the July 9th Letter, never made public Srila Prabhupada's complaint of being poisoned, and came up with this window into hell:- "But when the guru departs, sadhu and sastra can take on a new import, as those who succeed him become the new interpreters of past precedents, scriptural law, and the new set of circumstance." (HKSMU: p297)
We have little doubt that TKG would have achieved his ambition had he stuck around. But, not ironically, what he did not foresee was the retributive factor....Sri Krsna.  As for Jayapataka, a stroke has left him twisted on the outside, like he is on the inside. A recent pic. of him tells us, by the look on his face, he can see the yamas already.  Bhavananda, Satadhanya and Bhakti Caru are being saved for last.  Even if Jayapataka can swim across the Ganga and back in his present condition (a feat he was very proud of in times gone by); even if Satadhanya was to see eternally a little boy as a spirit soul who needed protection from animals like him; even if Bhavananda was to use his mouth exclusively for the chanting of God's names and prasadam seva; and even if Bhakti Caru could cry real tears in front of an Indian congregation to convince them of his gopi bhava, it would not achieve one iota compared to the benefit attainable, for themselves and for ISKCON, from denouncing the evil deed in which they were complicit, and for which they will pay eternally if not confessed. 

The reknowned toxicologist- John Harris Trestrail, informs us that poisoning is a household crime, enacted by people who were in a position of trust.....

"....you must seek the individual who had my trust, and thru deceit and cunning into the grave did thrust  this body once alive and well, now silenced by death who cannot tell ". 

In service to Srila Prabhupada