Fortuneteller says she's found a lega...

Fortuneteller says she's found a legal way to set up shop

There are 5 comments on the Kalamazoo Gazette story from Nov 24, 2009, titled Fortuneteller says she's found a legal way to set up shop. In it, Kalamazoo Gazette reports that:

When psychic Carli Lesterhouse, whose professional name is Carli Ray, arranged to rent space in downtown Otsego for her business, Bewitching Wares, she didn't foresee a hurdle that a 93-year-old city ordinance would put in her path.

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Leslie

Spring Lake, MI

#1 Dec 28, 2009
This is a very interesting story! As an update, just a few days ago, an under cover cop wearing wires went into Carli's & asked for a readings but turned down the healing portion of the session. Consequently she was sited under this antiquated ordinance! I consider this an infringement of Carli's constitutional rights under freedom of speech as giving psychic advice is considered "opinion" which is protected under the Constitution. I hope she sues the pants off of these witch hunters. Maybe then these haters will realize that we live in a free country.

“Go MSU Spartans!”

Since: Oct 08

Kalamazoo, MI

#2 Dec 30, 2009
Leslie wrote:
This is a very interesting story! As an update, just a few days ago, an under cover cop wearing wires went into Carli's & asked for a readings but turned down the healing portion of the session. Consequently she was sited under this antiquated ordinance! I consider this an infringement of Carli's constitutional rights under freedom of speech as giving psychic advice is considered "opinion" which is protected under the Constitution. I hope she sues the pants off of these witch hunters. Maybe then these haters will realize that we live in a free country.
Yup, you're right. Anyone should be free to blow their money as they wish, even if it involves handing it over to someone to hear some superstitious nonsense.
from kalamazoo

Kalamazoo, MI

#3 Jan 8, 2010
It never ceases to amaze me how the police have some much time on their hands when it comes to what should be a violation of our rights in this free land..What hurt is this doing--is it that much difference than going to church and asking your pastor his advice on if everythings going to turn out all right in your life--or anyone else for that matter?
johnna thurgaland

Grand Rapids, MI

#4 Jan 26, 2010
carli has helped my daughter and i on several occasions. when a great need has arisen, we have gotten such helpful information from carli. she is loving and wonderful! she correctly diagnosed my daughers allergy to milk. dr. confirmed. we love carli :-)
Ray

Atlanta, GA

#5 Apr 1, 2010
Sounds like a vedeta. Chief having "flashbacks" from his days at Kalamazoo Police. Really big time bust.... You would'nt see that in a city with a populatioin over 3,500.

Go get the criminals!

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