|From: "Pittard, Barry"
Thu Dec 5, 2002 12:44 am
Subject: Letter from Barry Pittard to the
President of the UN Association of Australia.
Managing Editor. Executive Editor. Foreign Editor. New York
Please copy to Ben Bradsher.
permits, I submit further of my material re Sathya Sai Baba.
Not least, see below, may you be interested in an Indian response
letter from: Director, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative
Delhi, Maja Daruwala, to whom Professor Margaret Reynolds
United Nations Association of Australia had referred
Letter from Barry Pittard to the
President of the UN Association of Australia
I shall separately send you yet another Indian response -
extraordinarily high poll rating of 92% of respondents in a
Newspaper Today, Page 1., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 01, 2001, who
Sai Baba should be investigated by the Centre (that
is, the Federal
Government of India). You may access this
The Newspaper Today from September 1, 2001
This result may have been influenced a previous recent cover
story of ten or so pages which we strongly campaigned for and got
in India Today. This magazine goesto millions of readers in
India and beyond, and is published in eleven languages. You can
contact Vijay Tapa, one of India's seniorjournalists, who led
the story for India Today. The Board and legal advisors of India
Today were privy to copies of affidavits from many victims of
Sathya Sai Baba sexual molestation. (One point to make is that
many more victims, worldwide, have emerged, including some who
give every indication of an especially strong, courageous and
Faithfully, Barry Pittard
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