35) “LA Court Transcript”
This is the transcript of the Los Angeles trial of Nikken. After Hiroe Clow revealed his detention in 1963 by the Seattle police, he called her a liar. She sued him in Los Angeles. Nichiren Shoshu members would like you to believe that it exonerates Nikken of that charge. But if you read the transcript, you will see quite clearly that no evidence about the incident was even heard, as the case was dismissed on jurisdictional grounds before the proceedings got near the evidentiary phase. The only time the truth of the incident was argued was in Tokyo, at Nikken’s initiative. And in that trial, it was found that Mrs. Clow was telling the truth, and it was Nikken who had tried to cover up the incident.

36) “Cults on Tokyo Campuses” 
Just says a number of religious groups, including Soka Gakkai, have clubs at local universities. I imagine Nichiren Shoshu considers that naughty because it means doing something in a social setting — not just in a temple.

37) “Asahi Shimbun Soka Gakkai Sending Warning Signals to the Religious World”
Indeed it was. The Japanese government was using the Tokyo subway gassing as an excuse to restrict the activities of the Gakkai, but the proposed method — a revision of the Religious Corporation Laws — would have submitted every religion to government control of their organizational structure and membership statistics. The measure was opposed by most Buddhist sects, as well as by the Japanese Catholic Church and other Christian denominations. That is the “warning signal” the Soka Gakkai was sending, as the article makes clear. Nichiren Shoshu, by the way, did not oppose the measure

38) “Who is Daisaku Ikeda — in his own words”
And here we have a few sentences, completely without context, from a book published over 30 years ago, with few extant English copies. And, one quote that is completely free of a source (a “photo gathering”?)

39) “State Senator letter to the United Nations”
First of all, the SGI has a long history of working together with the UN: it’s an NGO (non-government organization) affiliated with the UN, and has participated with the world body in refugee relief and in a number of exhibitions and projects. The UN doesn’t need a state senator from Illinois to advise it on the nature of the SGI.

What’s more, the senator, David Barkhausen, represented the district that houses the national headquarters of the Cult Awareness Network. CAN was so indiscriminate in its use of the label “cult” that one of its targets sued for libel, won, and now owns the Cult Awareness Network! Nonetheless, Mr. Barkhausen was approached by members of CAN and asked to sign a letter they had prepared, which he did. It was nothing but a very formal favor for a constituent and, when asked about the letter a few years later (after he had left office), Mr. Barkhausen had no recollection of it. He did not know what “Soka Gakkai” is, and had no recollection of thinking a Buddhist group was a threat. He had, of course, not done any follow-up with the UN to condemn the SGI — because he didn’t know what the SGI is!

Obviously, using this letter as representative of the opinion of a “state senator” is a bit of a stretch.

40) “Weekly Post Japan, Haven for Religious Groups” 
This is a 1996 article, just another exploitation of the Japanese political atmosphere of the time as a means to slander the Gakkai by the Weekly Post. Except it contains this surprisingly honest — and probably unintended — explanation of the motive behind much of that very slander: 

The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) which governed Japanese politics for almost four decades until their defeat in the 1993 election, took full advantage of increasing outrage of Japanese public toward Aum. They wasted no time in shifting the nation’s attention to attack Sokagakkai which is the most powerful religious organization in Japan and possesses a significant amount of influence over Japanese politics. 
And that, as mentioned earlier, is why there were so many anti-Gakkai articles and lawsuits (e.g., Nobuhira) in the mid-Nineties. 

More rebuttal of SG-eye:
1) "Harassment"
2) "Airbrushing and Doctoring Photos"
3) "Internet Domain Games"
4) "Disgusting Articles and Speeches"
5) "Just Plain Crazy"
6) "Gakkai Casts Voodoo Spells"
7) "Arson"

1) " Soka Gakkai — Japan's Militant Buddhists"
2) "Australia — Rush Hour of the Gods"
     "San Francisco Chronicle"
3) "Los Angeles Times"
4) "Straits Times"
5) "Look  Magazine 1963"
6) "Weekly Post — High Priest's Room Bugged"
7) "Mainichi Daily News — Soka Gakkai Leader Arrested for Grizzly Murder"
8) "Weekly Post — President Ikeda plans to appoint his son as successor"
9) "Weekly Post —  Indictments by former American Members"
10) "Asia Times: Sex Case Haunts Religious Leader"
     "Japan Times"
     "Honolulu Star Bulletin"
     "Victims of the Soka Gakkai Association"

11) "New York Times (2 stories): 
    1. "Soka Gakkai Linked to Tokyo Stock Scandal"
    2. "Money Found In Dump"
12) "New Frontier Party Is the Party of the SGI"
     "Problems Within the Komeito and the Soka Gakkai"
13) "Other Activities of the Soka Gakkai"
14) "Fight Against Coercive Tactics Mentions SGI"
15) "Japan Times — Invasion of the Body Snatchers"
16) "Leader of SGI Priests Ordered to Vacate Temple"
17) "Weekly Post — Women's Division Leader stabs her SGI leader boyfriend"
18) "TACL January 1992"
19) "Public Records Reveal SGI is Pirating Name of Former Religion"
20) "Problems With Komeito and Soka Gakkai"
21) "Buddhism American Style"
     "How a controversial Japanese religious group wins friends"
22) "Funny Money Stories Uncovered in Japan — Boston Globe"
23) "Far Eastern Economic Review"
     "Weekly Post — SGI Chairman Daisaku Ikeda & Politics"
24) "Minneapolis Star Tribune — Cults of the Nineties"
25) "Broward - Palm Beach New Times"
26) "Time —  Power of the Soka Gakkai/Following the Leader"
27) "Manchester Guardian"
28) "Tokyo Journal —  Statesman Billionaire God"
29) "Newsweek"
30) "BBC: The Chanting Millions"
31) "SGI Tries To Censor BBC"
32) "U.S. Court Transcripts of SGI Harassment"
33) "SGI Harassment in Korea"
34) "Washington Post — New Cults Flourish in Japan"
     "Sect Bent on Worldly Power"
35) "LA Court Transcript"
36) "Cults on Tokyo Campuses"
37) "Asahi Shimbun —  Soka Gakkai Sending Warning Signals to the Religious World"
38) "Who is Daisaku Ikeda — in his own words"
39) "State Senator letter to the United Nations"
40) "Weekly Post — Japan, Haven for Religious Groups"
41) "Cyber Sangha — Millionaire in Harvard Square"
42) " SGI Exchanges Humanitarian Award with Castro"