13) “Other Activities of the Soka Gakkai” 
This is a mischaracterization of a lawsuit filed by a Nichiren Shoshu member in Washington State.

Nichiren Shoshu uses it in an attempt to demonstrate SGI physical harassment. But a careful reading of the appeal court’s decision — without the coloring Mr. Bratcher tries to give it by including it in his “everything about the SGI is bad” litany — reveals quite clearly that whatever altercation there was occurred when Nichiren Shoshu members began getting physical, and that the intention of the SGI members was dialogue with the priest as they said, and as actually happened when they eventually encountered him at a motel; in fact, when the room filled up with other guests, they broke it off rather than insisting on continued confrontation. The Nichiren Shoshu members were ordered to pay the court costs.

But, Nichiren Shoshu and Mr. Bratcher would say (and have said on ARBN): the court said that if the priest, rather than the Nichiren Shoshu members, had sued, he would have won.

No, of course, the court did not say that. No appeals court would render a decision on a case it has not heard. The court merely said the priest would have had better grounds to file than the members. 

14) “Fight Against Coercive Tactics Mentions SGI” 
This is an article from November 1990, concerning the controversy over the environmental impact of the Soka University campus in Calabasas, California. The controversy was resolved, of course, and the campus stands. One indication of the accuracy of the reporting is the description of President Ikeda as a Japanese “industrialist”.

15) “Japan Times Invasion of the Body Snatchers”
Another old account of the Asaki suicide, implying that the SGI was involved in her death. Again: the police and insurance companies who investigated determined the death a suicide, and at least one publication that continued making this allegation about the Gakkai has been successfully sued for libel.

16) “Leader of SGI Priests Ordered to Vacate Temple” 
This is a rather skewed version of events — skewed by Mr. Bratcher in his headline, and skewed by the official Nichiren Shoshu magazine Dai Byakuho, from which the article is taken. There are no “SGI priests”. There are former Nichiren Shoshu priests who support the SGI, but they are a completely independent organization, whose goal is to reform Nichiren Shoshu. The SGI has no designs on reforming Nichiren Shoshu.

17) “Weekly Post - Women’s Division Leader stabs her SGI leader boyfriend”
This is another out-and-out lying headline, and the story itself (from the Weekly Post) is not much better. 

There was a stabbing: an SGI member stabbed another, and they had been lovers. Neither is reported to have been a “leader”. The WP refers to them both as “clerks” — and then says that SGI “clerks” are an elite crew that lead all election efforts for the Komeito. They are not. They are clerks. Only Mr. Bratcher calls them “leaders”, and he does so because he wishes to have us believe that the SGI organization is inherently violent. He wishes to do that because it would overshadow the violence he himself does to the truth. 

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): 
    A. "Soka Gakkai Linked to Tokyo Stock Scandal"
    B. "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"