Failed Legal Maneuvers Against Sathya Sai Baba: PART TWO

Failed Legal Maneuvers Against Sathya Sai Baba: PART TWO

JuST Group’s Admissions About The Court Dismissal:
At, the JuST Seekers Of Truth Group made the following admission:


All who have been so good as to sign the petition deserve an explanation as to why complaints to the FBI and CBI were not included. The JuST petition working group, in consultation with a dozen of the other original signatories in the JuST group, seriously considered the status of exposé dealings with the FBI and the CBI and found that the initiatives taken towards these bodies by various exposé activists have not so far proven effective. No documentation of replies, nor any public statement concerning Sathya Sai Baba or the accusations against him, have been made available anywhere by either the FBI in the USA or the CBI in India. Mentioning this in the international petition would therefore have been counter-productively unconvincing to any serious actors and agencies in the legal and human rights field. The same applies to the High Court judgement in India, where the charges were rejected as invalid, on the grounds that they were made by a person other than any of the injured parties. Documentation of all this only proves unadvised and incorrect procedure on behalf of the injured parties, which the JuST group considered a bad advertisment for the credibility of the petition to authorities around the world.”

Therefore, the JuST Group (allegedly composed of 32 ex-devotees) directly admitted that they failed to obtain results from the FBI, CBI and the Indian High Court against Sathya Sai Baba. Need I say more?

Thank you Ex-Devotees!


Also see:

Failed Legal Maneuvers: Part One
Failed Legal Maneuvers: Part Two (You Are Here)
Failed Legal Maneuvers: Part Three
Failed Legal Maneuvers: Part Four
Failed Legal Maneuvers: Part Five
Failed Legal Maneuvers: Part Six
Failed Legal Maneuvers: Part Seven

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