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A Woman Goes MIA to Jan Boshoff

From: John
To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2016 2:03 AM
Subject: False Prophet Article Authored by Paul and Victor regarding Jan Boshoff

Dear Pathfinder,

In regard to blog post regarding prophet Jan Boshoff (https://www.thepathoftruth.com/false-teachers/jan-boshoff.htm).  I regret I do not write with praise report.  My mother may have fallen prey to said false prophet.  She has gone MIA, closed Facebook account, cell phone off,  joint (mother/father) bank account record suggest plurality of money transaction to Jan Boshoff.  My mother has sought God her entire life. Now I worry for her safety and well-being as her health may be at risk of peril due to projected thought of imminent doom.

I would appreciate contact with principal author (s), “Jan Boshoff – A False Prophet Gets a Lesson about True Prophets” whom I believe is Victor Hafichuk and Paul Cohen.

Please contact me day or night:

<email removed>

(XXX) XXX-XXXX (PST)

Best Regards,

John (Son – Age 38)

[Paul Cohen and John talked on the phone at the end of August.]

From: Paul Cohen
To: John
Sent: Sunday,  September 25, 2016 1:28 PM
Subject: Re: False Prophet Article Authored by Paul and Victor regarding Jan Boshoff

Hi John, 

Did you find out what happened to your mother?  

Would appreciate hearing from you.  

Paul

From: John
To: Paul Cohen
Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2016 4:12 PM
Subject: Re: False Prophet Article Authored by Paul and Victor regarding Jan Boshoff

We have not found her.  She called my father about 3 weeks ago for money and nothing more.  The police followed a lead and checked an out of state location several times and did not find any signs of foul play.  Then again, they said no one answered the residence door.  Therefore they respect her right to privacy.  

We were able to her access her email account, but she no longer is using it.  I compared notes with others that have been in contact with him and found conflicting stories from him and his wife.  I feel strongly he is in regular contact with her as his wife implied my mother was opening a new email account for communication.

I analyzed all his videos and websites for clues as to his whereabouts.  He is very, very, careful to hide his location as there is nothing on his website registry nor video frame background.  Thru a proxy I told him I wanted to send him a money order to advance his ministry.  The greedy twat gave up his home address.  He lives in a trailer park near Baltimore Maryland.  I am organizing an information gathering operation to confirm my findings.  

Regards,

John

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