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Lee Seung-Heun, better known as Ilchi Lee, is a South Korean author and the founder of a variety of mind-body training methods, including Dahnhak (丹学), Body & Brain, Brain Respiration (old name), Brain Wave Vibration, Kookhak Qigong, and DahnMuDo, all falling under the umbrella name of Brain Education. Lee began teaching his methods in a park in a park in the 1980s, and since that time the practice has developed into an international network of for-profit and non-profit entities.
According to WIKIPEDIA In 2005, a wrongful death lawsuit was filed against Lee and other defendants over the death of Julia Siverls, a Body & Brain center member, during a training hike. On November 13, 2006, the Court dismissed all claims against Lee, finding that "There is no evidence that Dr. Siverls-Dunham's death, or even her presence in Arizona, arose out of a transaction of business by Lee." In Barba et al. v. Lee et al. (Case No. CV-09-1115-PHX-SRB) filed in May 2009, twenty-seven former members and employees of Body & Brain sued Lee, Body & Brain, and other defendants in the State of Arizona for fraud, undue influence, unfair and deceptive business practice, emotional distress, wage and hour law violation and civil RICO. The Court dismissed ten plaintiffs in 2012. The other seventeen plaintiffs withdrew them and settled the case by mutual release.No money was paid to any of the plaintiffs by any defendants in this case. On the other hand, a Judgment was entered against seven of the dismissed plaintiffs awarding defendants $11,072.07 in litigation costs. Two plaintiffs acknowledged that they brought this lawsuit primarily because of the misrepresentations made by their former attorney Ryan Kent about their claims and his ability to handle their case. This case was finally dismissed entirely on April 1, 2013, by court order. Jessica Harrelson filed emotional distress claims against Lee in both the Barba et al. v. Lee et al. case and another case filed in the State of Massachusetts. On January 31, 2012, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts dismissed Harrelson's case, finding that "Lee filed a motion ...... providing the court with a number of exhibits that tended to disprove, or at the very least, shed serious doubt, on Harrelson's substantive claims. On April 6, 2012, Harrelson was also dismissed in the Barba et al. v. Lee et al. case for failure to prosecute. Ilchi Lee's brain education claims have been described as pseudoscience by Dr. Ben Goldacre in his Guardian column and by Brian Cummings, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Irvine. Lee's organization has also been described as a cult by Steven Hassan.
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