According to an article published on Sunday, three Bohemian Grove employees have allegedly filed a class action lawsuit against the resort for alleged labor violations.
UPI claims Bohemian Grove is a secret hideaway in the thick of the Californian forest near Monte Rio. It is run by a sizable cabal of globalist elites, most of whom are from the United States. This may seem like an unexpected narrative given the widespread association with Bohemian Grove with tales of depravity and corruption.
The fact that information about the supposedly filed case can be found on Justia is strong evidence that the story is legitimate. According to the claims, Shawn Granger, Anthony Gregg, and Wallid Saad allegedly worked as valets at the club, mainly at the Monastery Campsite. The three men claim in their case, as reported by UPI, that they are obliged to work a minimum of fifteen hours per day, seven days per week. They say it breaks federal law (the Fair Labour Standards Act) and state law (California’s civil code).
They say the Bohemian Club knows that camps are not legal entities; however, they say the camp employs valets to work off-the-clock and are being paid under the table.
The three men also allege they were made to hand wash the underpants of billionaires who attended the club where the camp was set up.
It’s unclear whether these three men are seriously contemplating suicide, given that bringing such a lawsuit against Bohemian Grove resembles a kamikaze mission.
Some of the world’s wealthiest and most influential men get together at the 2,700-acre campsite every July for two weeks of binge drinking, top-secret discussions, and bizarre behavior, such as druid worship.
Many believe that much of what goes on is cult-like, often satanic.
What is clear, though, is that it takes a lot of guts to lodge a lawsuit against some of the most “influential” people in the world.