The short answer is: I don't know, but certainly I did not do it. Nevertheless, in the last week, a book was published by Dr. Rachel Landers (NewSouth Books, UNSW, and perhaps the State of NSW) with that very title, clearly seeking to assign blame to me (formerly known by the novitiate name, Abhiik Kumar). See here and here. Just to be clear, Rachel never made any attempt to contact me either before or after publication of her book, even though - by her own admission - she knew how to do so. And, yes, even in the recorded interview (see the second link above), there is a lot of false and misleading information. In my opinion (FWIW), her words go well beyond a mere "honest opinion". Considering where she works, who pays her salary, and the people with whom she was/is apparently in contact, there would seem to be great bias, enough to suggest an agenda that is inconsistent with the facade of scholarly and impartial, investigative journalism that is asserted. I am an Australian citizen, currently residing mostly in Israel. Travel to Australia is time-consuming and expensive. However, I am prepared to do that if required and will certainly go there if effective legal remedies are available (at an affordable price). In the short-term, I would like to seek an immediate injunction that would remove the Landers book from the market. Over the longer term, I would like to seek damages for the defamation that is contained in her book and in her various promotional interviews. What are my legal options?