What about Srikanth Uppuluri's important blog;

Sathya Sai Baba’s inscrutability and dark side – A confirmation ?

By Exbaba Admin:

Date: Thursday. March 30, 2017

Earlier posts from Robert Priddy have pointed out that Srikanth Uppuluri, who was at first an enthusiastic follower of Sai Baba, later turned out to be a conscientious researcher of what was really true, or more, what was really untrue about the world of this 'godly prophet'.

Uppuluri's blogs have vanished, but the memory of Google cache is so wide, that we could finally trace these important contributions to the worldwide internet achievements on the Sathya Sai Baba expose.

Posted earlier by Robert Priddy on October 23, 2012 was already:

Sai Baba deconstruction by Srikanth Uppuluri

'A brilliantly succinct and entirely correct evaluation of Sathya Sai Baba’s main agenda – to appear to be good and be doing good – is found at Sathya Sai Baba is unfathomable, incomprehensible? He relied on the widely-held assumption that people who appear spiritual and preach spirituality always appear to be good, but what good he seemed to do was not done by him, but by others who he used to bolster himself.

Sai Baba used every means to hide his real agenda and clandestine activities including such statements as “I warn you not to comprehend me.” is also made clear in this testimony of Srikanth Uppuluri in his blog: Sathya Sai Baba’s inscrutability and dark side – A confirmation.'

...and posted by Robert Priddy on December 15, 2012 was also:

Sai Trust in the footsteps of Sathya Sai Baba

'Sathya Sai Central Trust continues in the footsteps of Sathya Sai Baba and those of its own former directors who were either caught in embezzlement (and dismissed by Sai Baba himself, such as Colonel Joga Rao and Head of ashram Narayanen). One of the few former Telugu-speaking volunteers and donors to the Sai Trust, is Srikanth Uppuluri – who also worked for Radio Sai and later saw through the deceptions of entire set-up. He contrasts the love of Sai Baba by countless genuine people with the sheer cynicism (hidden by the cloak of charm and apparent concern) of Sai Baba himself. People were, for him, instruments of ‘His Will’, and there were no lengths to which he would not go to induce people to work for him, his name, fame and fortune, in one way or another. Uppuluri’s blog today shows this with grim clarity (click on image to see blog). Supporting his view that Sai Baba used criminals to forward his ‘Mission’ is the following information I obtained before I was entirely cut off from the Sai movement.'

What follows next, are screenshots of the blog from Srikanth: