My point was that Germer and Crowley were obviously wrong. What Crowley and Germer assert on the issue does not matter, whether they believed the damage was done they tried to paint Regardie as a failure in life and that he didn't know anything about magick outside of what Crowley taught him of the outer mysteries. Obviously their assessment is about as accurate as saying Hitler was a hero. Sure, in some people's eyes but those people are ignorant or choose to ignore the facts. Crowley and Germer were wrong and there is nothing wrong with saying they were wrong, or that Motta was wrong or that anybody else was wrong. To take these peoples' opinions as true when the facts deny them is a great fallacy and a great miss.
As to Mrs. Germer being destitute I haven't seen any evidence to that regard just that she was a little bit on the crazy side. Motta painted her situation to suit his needs. I you have evidence outside of Motta's testimony that she was destitute I'd like to see it. Nobody else's testimony bears out Sascha being anything but a little left of center.