Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

Exposing major deceits by guru Sathya Sai Baba in India, incl. murders cover-up & widely alleged sexual abuse

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Sathya Sai Baba – questions and his silence

Posted by robertpriddy on October 15, 2008

In a discourse a month or so after the six 1993 killings and executions, Sathya Sai Baba attacked the media hotly saying, “all arguments and theories carried in the newspapers for the past four weeks are nothing but flights of the imagination and are false” (quote) calling such reports ‘motivated’ and ‘malicious’.

Therefore, the Anantapur District Journalists’ Union then asked to clear their doubts, asking him:
1) Where he was after the incident on June 6 till the next morning?
2) During the period, who met him and what did they discuss with him? Did Sai Baba himself press the siren button?
3) There is a widespread opinion that the four slain assailants were shot dead by the police only
at the instance of some persons belonging to the Prashanti Nilayam management, how far is it correct?

The Press Council did not condemn any Anantapur journalists. Sathya Sai Baba did not deign to answer a single question put to him. He was never questioned about his role in the incident by the police, the CBI nor anyone else. Questions about the incident were brushed aside by harassed ashram officials, and written instructions were sent out from top Sathya Sai Organization officials not to question or discuss anything about it but rather to concentrate on oneself and one’s own spiritual practice.

Sathya Sai Baba has never dared to give any responsible answer to the questions put to Sathya Sai Baba by the Anantapur District Journalists’ Union. However, I have thrown light on the last question after being told the facts by V.K. Narasimhan… Sai Baba’s younger brother along with Sathya Sai Central Trust and ashram leaders blackmailed the police into shooting down the trapped intruders.
See also The Express News Service on ‘Scribes seek probe into Baba criticism by press council

All in all, everyone involved in the murders and cover-up were able to remain as silent as clams about what really happened, no official in the whole of India was able to question Sathya Sai Baba, except in secrecy and without permission to report at best. None of the injured parties were able to raise any court case against the murderous police or the ashram officials who were involved.

This is typical of widespread Indian-style administration suppression of the weak and defenceless through secret manipulations and ‘muerta’ (Mafia silence). This has been shown to be done by many police officials and/or judges in India in a long string of cases, not least in the utterly scandalous recent case of police cover-up and harassment of the mother of an English girl raped murdered on the beach at Goa (see also  Top People Protected from Prosecution in India and Scarlett Suspect freed on bail also Corruption in Indian administration.

India’s human rights record is still under massive international and internal criticism – see here

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Top people protected from prosecution in India

Posted by robertpriddy on May 5, 2008

THE MURDER COVER-UP CONTINUES DESPITE INTERNATIONAL FOCUS
http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30000-1314979,00.htmlSky News report on Goa murder

This tragic case has at least come to international notice due to the courage of Mrs. MacKeown, whose daughter’s kidneys and other inner organs were removed from the corpse without her consent, which she is still trying to recover but without success so far! Where is the British Consulate in all this with their pathetic, spineless responses, one may rightly ask? It is likely that it was under instructions not to offend the Indian Government for all the wider political and trade issues with which we are so familiar, and which caused Tony Blair to stop U.K. Metropolitan Police investigation into Sathya Sai Baba and his Organization.

This case, however, is remarkable only because of the publicity it has managed to achieve – otherwise such events are not at all uncommon in India. The recent huge kidney racket which was able to continue uncovered after TEN years illustrates the situation. Need I add that the same applies to the kidney theft at the Sathya Sai Super-Speciality Hospital, the murders of ex-students in 1993 in the ashram bedroom of Sathya Sai Baba and the alleged murder of the son of a major critic of Sathya Sai Baba, namely the Basava Premanand – famous from National Geographic and Discovery exposé and the editor of the Indian Skeptic, who writes in the latest issue:-

Basava Premanand and the Indian kidney racket

See also
Major sabotage by Sai college teacher averted, including murder threats against Basava Premanand

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