Sceptic sued for exposing charlatan
Adam Miller, above, is an American faith healer who insists that he’s a ‘health care professional’ who has the power to command ‘The Holy Spirit’ to dust away ‘dark cellular structure’ that makes us ill.
Not convinced that Miller is anything other than a fraud, Stephanie Guttormson, the Operations Director for the Richard Dawkins Foundation, exposed Miller’s bizarre claims to critical analysis in the video below – and now faces a law suit.
Miller posted a video announcing that he would take legal action for copyright and other violations. According to the faith healer, Guttormson “mutilated and molested” his original video, which he described as “a very holy work”.
Miller’s video also repeatedly suggested that Guttormson could not be trusted because she was transgender.
Guttormson said in her video:
Let’s start by pointing out that the germ theory of disease accounts for how illnesses affect us. He makes this claim that these experiences in your lives, and traumas, create dark cellular structure – whatever that is – and that by invoking this magic spirit, it will come down and break up this – quote, unquote – dark cellular structure.
Adam Miller is a charlatan, he’s a swindler, he’s a snake oil salesman. You risk your lives delaying or forgoing proper medical treatment by going to him for help. And more importantly, for believing his unsubstantiated claims.
A GoFundMe page has been created to fund her defence, and has so far raised almost $14,000 of a $100,000 target.