Just a short follow up to last Friday’s posting. Here is the link to the New York Times’ take on Sean David Morton, the self-proclaimed “psychic” facing charges of fraud by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The charges are based largely on the premise that Morton claims to be psychic and used that claim to defraud investors out of 6 million dollars.
We have not heard the last of this story. If this comes down to a battle in the courts for the government to have to legally prove that Morton acted as a conscious fraud, it is going to become a very big story well beyond the respective circles of skepticism and psychics.