Ms. Elisabeth Maria van Dorsten, as the legal representative of the Sainto Daime Amsterdam church Ceflu Cristi–Céu da Santa Maria along with Ben Meeus Master of Laws were served with cease and desist notices. Ceflu Cristi–Céu da Santa Maria members regularly flout GDPR and stated publicly witnesses in Court cases can be tracked, murdered, threatened and defamed as homosexual pedophiles.
The behavior was designed to deter those helping police into their inquiries give evidence and to permanently ruin the work of those called to give evidence in drug trafficking cases involving members of The Santo Daime Church operating under the name of Ceflu Cristi–Céu da SantaMaria.
In September 2019 the Supreme Court of the Netherlands reviewed 200 instances of Santo Daime Church intimidation of witnesses to Courts, Police Investigations and Public Ministries. After the Santo Daime Church spent a year humiliating witnesses to the Supreme Court of the Netherlands the same Court ruled against Santo Daime on October 1st 2019 in a case involving Ceu da Santa Maria Amsterdam.
The ritual hallucinogen Ayahuasca does fall under Dutch hard drugs laws and its import is illegal, the Dutch Supreme Court said on Tuesday. The Supreme Court had been asked to look at the case of a woman who had imported 33 kilos of the tea from Brazil for use in rituals at the Santo Daime church, which has branches in Amsterdam and The Hague.
The drug contains the substance dimethyltryptamine or DMT which is covered in the Dutch opium law and is, therefore, illegal, the court said.
In the run up to a hearing in the European Court of Human Rights members of Ceflu Cristi–Céu da Santa Maria wrote to various witnesses and bad mouthed them, slagging them off, insulting them, posting threats of violence and murder, implying they were sick retards and liars whilst copying the European Court of Human Rights in some of the emails.
Santo Daime Church named Ceu de Santa Maria, Amsterdam, under the direction of Ben Meeus as a legal advisor were behind a series of vicious allegations that accused a Shaman of burning down retreat centres, murdering people and raping little boys, an action that cost them their mission to secure legitimacy for Santo Daime. Santo Daime learned that threatening to make nasty files about people and threatening to denounce them to law enforcement based on falsified evidence is not smart if one is involved in drug dealing criminality and breaking the law.
That breaking the law, with intent, includes the trafficking in hard drugs and smuggling drugs on an international scale in defiance of the authorities, the Courts and the police, as well as obstructing justice and organizing the serious intimidation of witnesses, including threats of murder and violence. In 2018 and 2019 the authorities decided enough was enough, the authorities and the Courts throughout Europe denied Adrian Freedman and his Churches the freedom for Santo Daime. Those bans came from the Danish Supreme Court, the Dutch Court of Appeal, the UK High Court, several Courts in Belgium, a Court in Ireland as well as several Public Ministries. Adrian Freedman and his Santo Daime Church Amsterdam was behind a campaign of malice against those called to give evidence in Court and was caught out telling tales, lying and fabricating victim stories whilst organizing threats of murder and violence.
They were served with formal Cease and Desist notices warning both in no uncertain terms to stop the organizing of malicious witness intimidation as well as Article 21 GDPR 2018 notices barring the unauthorized use of data (to intimidate witnesses assisting Police and the Ministry Public) and were ordered to pay (£155, 000) in legal claims in relation to criminal harassment from the organization known as The Santo Daime Church.
The organization Ceflu Cristi–Céu da Santa Maria on 16th March 2020 filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights complaining about the ban on Santo Daime handed down by the Netherlands Supreme Court. Ms. Elisabeth Maria van Dorsten as the legal representatives of the Amsterdam church Ceflu Cristi–Céu da Santa Maria were both warned to expect defeat in the European Court of Human Rights for Santo Daime.