(1) when exactly, date and time, and where exactly was the alleged act perpetrated,Narianiah replied that the act took place during the second week of April 1910, in the octogon bungalow when the child was drinking warm milk before a bicycle ride. Mra van Hook and Dr. Mary Rocke (physician and social worker in Adyar) testified that both were present daily in the bungalow from 5:30 a.m. from October 1909 till the end of April 1910 and that they had seen nothing improper. On advise of council, Narianiah changed his accusations from sodomy to "improper acts against nature", a claim he later explained to be "washing oneself between the legs", which was contrary to brahman custom.
(2) why didn't he intervene to defend his son,
(3) why had he waited solong before filing a complaint.
If the plaintif had believed that a disgusting crime had been committed against his son or even if he believed that the person of his son had been treated in an incent manner, as he claimes today, and that such acts had been committed by a man considered to be a pariah, according to Indian customs, it is very difficult to believe that he would not return home in tears and complained to his family.Mrs. Besant obtained a 10 days stay of execution of the sentence to appeal. The appellate Court rendered its verdict on October 29 of the same year. The verdict of the lower court was maintained, but a new stay of execution was obtained to file further appeal. Mrs. Besant finally won her trial on May 5th, 1914, Leadbeater was completely cleared from any improper conduct towards Krishnamurti.
Everyone who knows Mr. Leadbeater, knows that his conduct is impeccable, whatever are his academic opinions. His opinion is based on his desire to protect certain women from the depravation that mark them for life, when men live their lives in full impunity.