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Judge dismisses Buddhist lawsuit over blocking of road to Auriesville site

A sign on the way to the Jesuit Retreat House purchased by the Buddhist World Peace and Health Organization. Photo taken in April 2013.
A sign on the way to the Jesuit Retreat House purchased by the Buddhist World Peace and Health Organization. Photo taken in April 2013.
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A judge dismissed a lawsuit against the Auriesville Shrine that was filed after workers for the holy site erected a makeshift roadblock in the middle of Shrine Road. Members of the Buddhist World Peace and Health Organization returned to Auriesville after a trip abroad in April and found tree logs and a sign scratched in paint stating “Closed.” It was the second time the Chinese immigrants were blocked from getting to the former Jesuit retreat ...


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