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A New Twist To Thajudeen’s Death

The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has seized a vehicle belonging to a non-governmental organization involved in the alleged abduction of the slain national rugby player Wasim Thajudeen, according to Police sources.

Wasim Thajudeen

Wasim Thajudeen

This NGO is said to have handed over this vehicle to another NGO run by Shiranthi Rajapaksa. At the time of Thajudeen’s death the said vehicle had been in the possession of the NGO run by her.

Meanwhile adding a new twist to the Thajudeen killing, Cabinet Spokesperson Dr. Rajitha Senaratne on Thursday said that three officials attached to the Presidential Security Division (PSD) were
allegedly involved in the murder of Thajudeen. The courts on Thursday granted permission to exhume Thajudeen’s body. The exhumation will take place on August 10.

Meanwhile the son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa and former UPFA Hambantota District MP Namal Rajapaksa has denied allegations that his family was involved in the murder of Thajudeen. He had told media that Thajudeen was a family friend while adding that some elements were trying to politicize Thajudeen’s death.

Thajudeen had died on May 17, 2012 inside his car which had apparently crashed into a wall close to Shalika grounds in Narahenpita. The Police at the time said that the car had exploded instantly. Later the charred body of the rugby player was found inside the car. The CID had recently informed courts that they were able to ascertain through a fresh investigation that Thajudeen’s death was not accidental but murder.

Meanwhile issuing a statement the Asian Human Rights Commission said; “one of the primary aims of political change in the country, therefore, has to be the restoration of its criminal justice apparatus – to the point that the relevant operators in these institutions will dare to perform their duty without fear of consequences and irrespective of whatever class, caste, ethnicity, and other considerations.”

We publish below the statement in full;

Exhumation of Wasim Thajudeen’s body may open an important page in criminal investigations

Next Monday, 10 August 2015, the body of the well-known rugby player and Havelock’s Captain, Wasim Thajudeen, will be exhumed on the orders of the Colombo Additional Magistrate. The Magistrate made this order on the basis of an application by the Criminal Investigations Division, which submitted reports stating that newly available evidence suggests that Thajudeen’s death was caused by murder. Three Judicial Medical Officers will conduct the examination of the exhumed body of Wasim Thajudeen.

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) understands that extensive investigations have been conducted into this case. The investigations have revealed extensive details about the manner in which this alleged murder has taken place, including details about the abduction; the injuries caused to Thajudeen, which led to his death; the manner in which a fabricated crime scene was constructed, to create the impression of death by accident; as well as details of the persons involved in the murder, including the masterminds.

The initiative taken by the Criminal Investigation Division to reinvestigate the alleged murder marks a new beginning in Sri Lanka, where, for several years, investigation into allegations of serious crimes including murder, enforced disappearances, abductions, and the like, have been hushed up, particularly when there is suspicion of politicians or their relatives being involved in such crimes.

There are long lists of such cover-ups; prominent cases include the daylight assassination of Lasantha Wickrematunge, the abduction and disappearance of Prageeth Ekneligoda, the assassination of former Tamil National Alliance Member of Parliament, Nadarajah Raviraj.

The AHRC also learned that some important breakthroughs have also been made into the abductions and the disappearance of Prageeth Eknaligoda and regarding the assassination of former TNA MP Raviraj.

For over two decades, the Asian Human Rights Commission, together with many other organisations, has warned that the administration of criminal justice has been seriously paralysed in Sri Lanka due to political reasons. The AHRC has also consistently warned that the political scheme unleashed by the 1978 Constitution and the paralysis of the criminal justice administration is linked. Furthermore, the AHRC has consistently communicated that the the paralysis of the criminal justice system will necessarily cause a breakdown of the legal system as a whole, which will, in turn, cause a serious societal crisis.

The initiative to exhume the body of Wasim Thajudeen, as well as developments in several cases brought to the courts by the Financial Crime Investigation Division of Sri Lanka Police, points to the administration of criminal justice in Sri Lanka heading in a positive direction. It is to be hoped that this trend will gather strength and that investigations into every crime will become the normal practice, as it should be in any country possessing the capacity to enforce the rule of law. Therefore, the AHRC cautiously, but at the same time hopefully, welcomes these initiatives and urges the entire society to support such initiatives.

What is often lost in discussions relating to the upcoming election is the fact that criminal investigations are matters that go beyond the interest of any particular election. In fact, the whole issue goes to the very core of the meaning of statehood. No state can survive if the state abandons its primary duty to protect its citizens from crimes. The capacity and the will to investigate crimes is a way by which the state manifests its capacity and the will to protect its own people.

Therefore, these criminal investigations should be looked upon not as matters of sectarian interest for or against any particular political party but as a matter of far greater importance than the outcome of an election. Whoever may win or lose an election is a matter of people’s choice, but that every government should protect the people through a viable and a genuinely functioning criminal justice system is matter of permanent interest.

January 8, 2015, has generally been viewed as a day that created the possibility of a shift away from the kind of politics envisaged through the executive presidential system created by the 1978 Constitution. Within that scheme, a government was allowed to function outside the limits of legality and, in fact, the very idea of the legal boundaries to power was altogether abandoned.

January 8 could, however, mark only the beginning of the possibility of a change of that catastrophic scheme. The realisation of this possibility is quite another matter. What the citizens have a right to hope for is that the daring initiatives being undertaken by the Criminal Investigation Division are an indication that such an actualisation is within people’s reach.

The criminal investigators who dare to take steps to uncover crimes that have been safely buried are taking enormous risks. In such moments of transition and risk, where entrenched habits of inaction are being broken, it is the duty of the citizenry to stand up to provide the moral support that duty conscious criminal investigators need. Under normal circumstances of a functioning democracy, a criminal investigation is a matter of routine. However, where such routine has been forgotten, the making of a new beginning is a difficult task. Therefore, those who are taking the initial steps in that direction should receive the encouragement and support of the citizenry as a whole, irrespective of whatever political opinions different sections of the society may hold.

Times when politicians can mockingly ask, “We are accused of crimes, but where is the proof?” are chilling times. When a criminal can say “prove if you can” and the relevant institutions fail to do so, the society faces one of the most frustrating moments in its collective psyche. When people become psychologically discouraged and lose their will to pursue justice for the crimes they have suffered, such a society reaches its lowest depths. And, such is the situation of the Sri Lankan society.

One of the primary aims of political change in the country, therefore, has to be the restoration of its criminal justice apparatus – to the point that the relevant operators in these institutions will dare to perform their duty without fear of consequences and irrespective of whatever class, caste, ethnicity, and other considerations.

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  • 16
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    Damn again its not big news, Sinhala modayas love to kill any one other than Sinhala Buddhist…..sorry 4 this guy…only way this Sinhala Buddhist modayas must be educated meaning of 21st century civilization….damn idiot live in their own world….these guys must be banned eating red rice and pol sampol & top of it dry fish curry.

    • 9
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      [Edited out]you MUTHU!!!

      HOW DARE ARE YOU!!

      [Edited out]

      • 7
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        But then CT allows J.Muthu and other similar bigots to post comments ad nauseam that are outright racist …. spewing hatred against an entire group of people by stereotyping them. This is not acceptable by any journalistic standard. This is nothing but hate crime and CT should have no part in it. If Muthu hates his own people because he comes from an oppressed stratum of Sinhalese society he should seek counseling first before trying to be an[Edited out] in full public view.

    • 30
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      My only wish remains to this day is – if MR, his siblings, offsprings and kith and kin really did murders related incidents deliberately, they each should be punished going thorugh lanken laws.

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      Muthu,

      Please keep your racism and prejudice under wraps.
      Your comments are irrelevant here. If you need a platform
      to let out your hatred, this is not the place.

    • 11
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      Who is this J. Muthu, a Cooly from bygone days. Shows his inferiority complex.

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        Rodney

        “Who is this J. Muthu, a Cooly from bygone days.”

        Is a cooly an inferior being?

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          Spot on Veddha. Rodney must be a sudhu mahataya

    • 7
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      if this murder would reveal a lot about alleged murderous acts of Rajapawula, from next on, everything will its way open to reveal all. Coming colour is not good for anyone now

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      Its in the sinhala gene man. Its all written on Mahawamsa. LOL Sinhala History is a joke

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        We Thamizh “history” belongs in the fantasy section next to The Silmarillion :D

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      Those mackerel tins aren’t going to stack themselves Muthu, get up off that burlap sack and get back to work :D

      • 2
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        Siva Sorinai Sarma those toilets are not going to clean by itsself, why don’t you get started. Make sure to bleach and kill 99.9% of harmful bacterias like you, Sachim and Vibushana

    • 2
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      Did you forget that countless sinhala buddhists were tortured and killed in the seventies, by sinhala buddhists? So your point is moot. This is not a platform to spew racism and totally irrelevant stupid points. This is a place for an an outcry by individuals from all different ethnic groups asking for justice. If ridiculous insults is all can hurl, you are not mature enough to participate in a conversation. Grow up while the rest of shout for justice.

  • 17
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    Knowing the brand of activites of the Royality, it is possible that the grave may
    not have the remains of the sought victim? Then what. Sri Lanka is a mysterious
    place!

    • 34
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      “Thajudeen was a family friend” – Namal Raja.

      Oh dear! Wasn’t Lasantha W a family friend too? How about Bharatha Lakshman?

      Similar things used to happen in circles of Saddam’s and Gaddafi’s too. Their closest buddies used to face sudden death from time to time. For unknown reasons.

      “Yahapalanaya” may have many short-comings. However, we should never forget the bloody nightmare we survived on 8th January 2015.

      Cheers!

      • 14
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        Ben Hurling

        ““Thajudeen was a family friend” – Namal Raja. Oh dear! Wasn’t Lasantha W a family friend too? How about Bharatha Lakshman?”

        Namal should have said, Fellow Citizen, and everybody is “game” for us…

        Ekthaligods and many others…Fellow Citizens…..

      • 5
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        This says, Rajapakshes cant have friends.

        This is the reason why I say – the true face of MR is not yet clear to anyone. He always pretends something and doing the otherway around. But in the same time, is programmed to shed tears for any human losses. PhD students at Cmbo uni should start writing the theses on Rajapakshe and their criminal energies. It is high time researchers to start work on that.

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        Ben Hurling

        “Oh dear! Wasn’t Lasantha W a family friend too? How about Bharatha Lakshman?”

        How about VP, a business partner?

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        If this is how they treat their friends, I shudder to think how they treat the rest of us who are not their friends. This particular case must bring into suspicion every single person who had died in “accidents” in the past 10 years during the tenure of the Rajapakses. We should review them all.

  • 25
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    The Minister of Justice under the previous Govt-Rauff Hakeem stated in Parliament that post mortem reports have been tampered with in cases relating to the Aluthgama victims.This was the state of affairs under the previous junta.Lets hope justice will be done to all political killings and killings by the politically powerful.

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      Justice minsister of the previous regime reacted as if he was dead.

      Today even dputy functions much better telling and revealing issues properly… this difference should be gone to the hearts of the people. Sujeewa Senasinghe as a deputy minster of justice works hard going agianst any criminal deeds carried out by UPFA men and even ones within the current govt.

  • 19
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    “Everything done in the dark will be brought to light”.

    There is no doubt in the minds of the voters that the previous regime were involved in all manner of corrupt and extra-judicial acts. The truth will come out and let this be a lesson to ALL who seek public office. Sooner than later, all that you have done, every good thing and bad thing will be known.

  • 21
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    All paths, in most of these investigations, seem to lead to the Rajapaksa’s. If there is solid evidence and witnesses to these crimes, the investigative teams should arrest the culprit. I have no doubt that by now there must be threats and intimidation against those who helped in these crimes. It is hard to believe that these Rajapaksa family members are so ruthless, and that they will not hesitate to get rid of those who stand in their way. These crimes are usually common in dictatorships not democracies. This mafia like family should not be given another opportunity to control this country again.

    • 9
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      Why hard to believe, even if the masses stay as if they are eternally deaf, those who are aware of the nature of them have always been warning about Raja. But as you know most among the nation are easily manipulative. They would do even anything and everything for just a rice packet – meaning most of them whose mind sets are brainwashed are the poor or villagers across the country. They would not have broader thinking to allow them what is right and what is not. Those media men constantly worked for Rajapakashe admi, did the job properly, so that blatant lies of the Rajapakshe rule would not easily be erased out. But time will solve the problem. Very same folks would not stay that stupid for the rest of their lives. Alone the facts related to those gigantic deve projects have not brought much to the nation – but to their pockets seems to be not clear ot those masses, that is the reason why those voters go after MR even today. This was the case in Lybia and Zimbabwe. Monarchial typ of rulers behave so- do we need this kind of men to lead us the question – however a larger masses will not support them regardless of their race religion and other factors.

  • 31
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    “He had told media that Thajudeen was a family friend “

    Tsk. But he never said WHEN the “family friend” became the family enemy to deserve being abducted in the Eti Nona’s van,teeth and knee cap broken and burnt to death by his brothers PSD goons, all during the heyday of his Papa Doc and his psychopath uncle Gota-the father of the Grease Yakkos. Yes, Wasim was a “family friend” indeed. And what a big family affair this has been!

  • 13
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    This is one of, ‘He can run, but he can’t hide’, stuff!

  • 11
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    Restoration of criminal justice system would be welcomed by all law abiding citizens of this nation.
    The Srilankans were made to believe by force the law of the jungle is the law of the country. The murderers the criminals and the drug dealers ruled the country in the ABSENCE OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM.
    I am confident that the AHRCs involvement in Law and order of this Banana Republic junta will bring the country in line for the formation of the GOOD GOVERNANCE.

    We the normal law abiding citizens need not fear of the past Regime which unleashed fear psychosis for the past 10 years.
    Unnatural deaths and torture of innocent citizens were totally ignored by the so called justice system which prevailed during the last Junta.
    Rule of the jungle which we are ashamed of prevailed in our so called Democratic Country , while we watched with sadness
    There were instances the lawyers were threatened by the junta if they had taken up a case.

    Do we need the JUNTA BACK TO START THE FEAR PSYCHOSIS??
    There was a war , then this junta had done more damage to the country and people and drained the wealth and used as their own . While the poor and ill were dying of no proper health care , The educationists were plundering too the funds allocated for the future of our children’s Education.
    While the rich were getting mega rich by hook or by crook the deaths in the country multiplied due to malnourishment or untreated chronic diseases.
    Time to say GOODBYE to MR ..JUNTA and so to GOOD RIDDANCE OF BAD RUBBISH.

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      Thank you CT for informing us of the AHRCs (Asian Human Rights Commission) involvement.

      It will be the same in the future as the other Commissions will jump in to sort Srilankas internal Affairs.
      The past Junta and the Next Junnta can keep scrubbing each other’s backs until the UNHRC / UN TAKES OVER AND RID OF ALL THESE LIARS.

      THANK YOU GOD . THANK YOU AHRC.

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    RE: A New Twist To Thajudeen’s Death

    “The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has seized a vehicle belonging to a non-governmental organization involved in the alleged abduction of the slain national rugby player Wasim Thajudeen, according to Police sources.”

    “This NGO is said to have handed over this vehicle to another NGO run by Shiranthi Rajapaksa. At the time of Thajudeen’s death the said vehicle had been in the possession of the NGO run by her.”

    CT, In Journalism, truth is a Process, and thank you for exposing these criminals and murders for taking the life of a promising young man.

    1. So, we have complicity by Shiranthi Rajapaksa, the “First Lady”.

    “three officials attached to the Presidential Security Division (PSD) were
    allegedly involved in the murder of Thajudeen.”

    2. So, we have involvement of former President Rajapaksa as well.

    “One of the primary aims of political change in the country, therefore, has to be the restoration of its criminal justice apparatus – to the point that the relevant operators in these institutions will dare to perform their duty without fear of consequences and irrespective of whatever class, caste, ethnicity, and other considerations.”

    Yes. Expose these criminals and murders and re-establish law and order.

    • 6
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      The Royal parents could be shivering by now and picking Attorneys with fees over a
      million per appearance! (Family friend Sarath Silva will drop in to discuss the Case). Of course MR will not take Oaths as an MP if he wins – as he prefers to rest with “ex-presidential benefits” to his end, caring for the children in Remand !

      The fate of despotic maniacs!!

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        Shameless Romesh de Silva will clean it up……. This guy will do anything for money. Already he must be calculating his pipeline…..

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          Not only Romesh. There are plenty of other shameless and greedy vultures like Ali Sabry, Paisa Must Attapah , Katta Kuvera et al who must be waiting eagerly for that phone call from the JaraPakse family. These buggers will do anything for money -even twist the case and prove in court that Thajudeen immolated himself over a misunderstanding with that double-crossing woman who is hiding in Australia now.

  • 8
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    This “Cabinet Spokesman” never stops talking out of turn and making a mess of things when asked by the journalists. In this particular case of a suspected “murder” he says: “There are three officials attached to the Presidential Security Division (PSD)alleged to have involved in the case”. What a fool of a Minister of a State and a “Spokesman of the Cabinet” this man is? Inquiries are continuing and why he can’t keep his mouth SHUT allowing those involved in to carry on their duties without any public interference and Ministerial communications?. Are these the types of State Ministers we have in this country who do not know what their responsibilities are as regards on going inquiries into grave crimes committed. If a journalist asked him of it, he should have said as a very responsible person, that the inquiries are on going and it is too premature to cast doubt on anyone until such time those investigations are concluded. He would have assured them that all details would be made known once the investigations are over. When this spokesman made such irresponsible accusations, even the investigation teams are inconvenienced and embarrassed. His only aim is nothing but to expect some political gain out of a “suspected murder”. It is time to get rid of this types of politicians out of public affairs.

  • 18
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    This is a unique case. Even though they know three PSD personnel were involved, no one has been arrested yet. Just wasting our time and money. Even if Wasim got up and told them who killed him and why, the maximum punishment the perpetrator will get is a few days in the Merchant’s Ward.

  • 19
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    Wait wait.. Junior Maharaja… So, you were very close to Wasim’s famil! What did you do as soon as Wasim’s death was announced? How much of time YoSHITtha and you spent at the home of Wasim’s parents? What did you do as soon as you heard that the death was suspicious? Suppose the death was a murder, what action are you proposing to be taken against those who covered up the real story?

    I am sure you don’t consider Sri Lankan public are stupid idiots!

  • 5
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    One of the Milestone Article presented by COLOMBO_TELEGRAPH; Asian Human Rights(AHRC) Commission, appropriately pointed out the importance viewing this far beyond as just a political party issue, revealing the out come of series of serious and treacherous failure of Criminal Justice apparatus in Sri Lanka during the decade of Mahinda Rajapaksha rule. Timely on as well.
    Thank you!

  • 18
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    Thank you CT for keeping the readers updated. The judgement was given by the courts to exhume the body and Thajudeen’s family has agreed to it.

    What a shame to SL that the politician Dilan Perera has ridiculed the judiciary and a grieving family by going on record saying that the above decision by the courts and the famiy of Thajudeen are against the Islamic Beliefs.
    Why Dilan Perera is throwing spanner into the judicial process ? What is his objective or hidden agenda ? Dilan Perera is trying to protecti who?

    What religion Dilan Perera belongs to ? What in depth knowledge he has on all the religions practiced by the Sri Lankans ? Does he respect the judiciary after 8th Jan 2015 ? Does he respect the wishes of the victims family ?

    Does he know a religious saying ” Sathya usas Dharmaya? ” ( Truth is the highest Dharma )

  • 15
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    We are impatiently awaiting for elections next week to elect a new government that’ll do justice to the people and our beautiful country that was ruined by the power hungry dictators.

  • 10
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    Slowly but surely previous regimes keruwawal are coming out. I am sure these information are released purposely bit by bit close the election date to remind forgetful Sri Lankans what we had before 8th Jan.

    I don’t think S. Rajapksa is involved in this but I assume that circle of people are knowledgeable of these events. They were expecting to Rule Sri Lanka for ever. Plan ‘B’ was not part of their agenda.

    At least another major revaluation should be coming before the elections, could be related to Lasantha or MARA money.

    Good times ahead for the whole country.

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    Maha AliBaba and his psychopath brother Grease Gota are no fools. In fact, knowing that the tide can turn against them even in the distant future, they may have ordered the charred remains of the poor victim to be cast in wet cement and the barrel dumped in the deep sea, Mafia style. So what the investigators may now find on exhumation may be someone elses corpse. What then? Whither justice? Don’t put anything beyond the capabilities of this PolPot family.

  • 12
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    The whole family is a murderous group. This is why the people were scared to open their mouth until 8th of January.
    I hope the old saying “Truth will triumph” will stay true!

  • 12
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    Although the probability is very low, will President Sirisena be able to let this Investigation continue and punish the main suspect who is one of the sons of Mahinda Rajapaks if Mahinda Rajapaksa becomes the Prime Minister after the 17th?

    Further,Will they find Thajudeen’s body on the 10th. Who knows what the murderers have done to the body already. May be the Sharks at Gota’s place were fed with the remains like that of Eknaligoda.

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    every thing was done at the best interest of the country. Why this much of galapula.

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    Why can’t they use the same methods used to extract truth from Karthiga’s Killer. Or from the terrorists.

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    Rajapakses not only kill for money and power but pussies too. Sad……………

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      roy

      No wonder the parents of playboy Namal’s flying angels are seeking answers from him. Understand one attempted suicide !

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        BTW even playboy Namal’s father, Medamulana Meeharaka, has a penchant for sea food !

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          “BTW even playboy Namal’s father, Medamulana Meeharaka, has a penchant for sea food ! “

          I understand that the old JaraOctopus only goes for young oysters from the deep sea which can clamp his limp tentacle hard enough to give him a jolt bigger than the one he got on 8th January from the people.

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        Dumb Namal is worse than his father. He is a bloody liar, shameless and corrupt to the core !

        Yoshitha is a bayagulla just like his uncle Bayagotha. He just couldn’t face a ‘real man’ like Thajudeen so had to get rid of him with the help of others !

        Rocket Rohitha thinks no end of himself. He thought he was Prince Harry of SL. Only after Jan 8 he realised he was only a son of an uneducated thug. His girl friends stepfather looks a bit depressed these days. Wonder why ?

  • 10
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    Champa,Sumane and the likes…Where are you all ? would like to hear something from you about this cruel heartless family.

    What a pity that we were been ruled by this thuggish heartless family for the last 10 years.

    One thing is assured, this and probably the Prageeth case will open the Pandora box for JARAPASSAS and will be the death knell for the murderous family.

    If still the intelligent Buddhist people opt to vote for this MONSTER, something should be seriously wrong in their way of thinking and what they perceive as good, for the country.

  • 10
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    If they can be so brutal towards a “family friend” imagine what they can do to those who are not.

    I hope the investigators are questioning the woman involved in this, the one that was hastily sent to Australia.

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    This case will never be solved. Only the victims family will be hoodwinked once again. The reason is only because even MS is in this whole bunch of Criminals, just face this fact. Birds of a feather flock together.
    Thajudeen belongs to a minority, like the Burghers and Tamils and so they are not citizens of SL.
    As asked here by some, will there be a body on the 10th or is it just that the MS government has diplomatically given enough time for MR to dig up the remains. I wont be surprised. This is all a part of the ball game.
    JAYAWEWA.

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    God is great !. The truth cannot be hidden for long and there is always
    retribution by God even if court fails to deliver justice.

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    At least now some truth is coming out through investigations on a death of a person after more than 2 years. Why was this swept under the carpet if no fowl play? We look forward that further investigations would bring the culprits before the Law of the land and some justice done to the victims family at least to console them.

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    MR claims that he was pushed to come back to Politics after the surge of crowds that poured in to Madamulane post Jan 8th, for which publicity has been denied by the MS/RW combine claimed by MR. I only hope this time around when MR loses on the 17th all media should cover the people who will flock to Madamulane to show the country, the bluff projected by these hooligans and murderers the truth about MR popularity. So let the cameras focus on Madamulane after the 17th defeat.

    Then the public will know, how RW lost, is it 29 or 30 elections?

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      Where did this 29/30 figure come from? There haven’t been 29/30 elections in recent years. Can anyone list them?

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        Paul,

        29/30, That is what your idols have been boasting to run down RW. So ask them for clarification. So let us see this time without the election machinery and State control in their hands, how MR and his cohorts will fare.

        I know of a few so called Academics and Professionals who basked in the glory of RW’s election defeats to ridicule RW. I am patiently waiting for the 17th to see the fun of this lot having to eat Humble Pie.

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    There will be multitude of plea bargaining by the Rogue family to save the murderers of Thajudeen but the President should NOT GET INBETWEEN THE JUDICIARY AND THE MURDERERS. FOR GODS SAKE ITS SUPPOSED TO BE A DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY.!!!!
    What fools will go and give a house to the dead woman’s family (GRANDPASS SHOOTING) are they all bonkers??? Is it a bribe ? This could have been done after the election if the family were destitutes because the mother was the only breadwinner.

    I’m off the track track a little but this kind of bribe will be considered as mockery to election regulations.
    One rule for the oppositions one rule for the ruling party.
    Please use your brains the so called leaders. Read the books to learn these things you’re supposed to know.

    I suspect the JARAPASSA’s had bought the family of Thajudeen’s with their plundered wealth and told to keep their mouth SHUT?? Same as the family of the girl named Yasara??
    These are the kind of plea Bargain the PASSA’s were famous of.

    The media should EXPOSE ALL THESE WRONG DOINGS WHETHER THEY ARE THE RULERS OR THE OPPOSITIONS.

    WE need a country of honesty and integrity.

    CT PLEASE KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK OF EXPOSE EXPOSE EXPOSE ! May the freedom of speech be VALUED AND CHERISHED BY ALL.

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      And punish these brainless politicians past and present rulers.
      Media SHOULD expose AND the unbiased penal system to punish the culprits and free the innocent.

      GOODLUCK for true democracy and down with nepotism.

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      Like Tajudeen’s family, the family of the rape victim of Duminda Silva was not pursued and the case dismissed due to same pressure. The funny thing was the position of the Judiciary expressed by the highest, was the case could not be continued without the complainant. That was how Justice was dispensed under MR. Also Nimalaruben’s Fundamental Right’s case after he was murdered in Remand Prison being in remand for over two years and never indicted so not convicted, was not allowed as the Judge felt that Nimalaruben was an LTTEer although no where he has been proved to be an LTTE Terrorist before. The Country will see such Injustices meted out with absolute impunity under MR, rescinded in the future. Then the true culprits and those responsible in the Judiciary and the Police who covered up will have to pay dearly. Retribution will come slowly but surely.

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    This is serious news and i Only hope that Ranil does not mess this case like he messed many before so much so that some think MR and RW are bosom pals licking each others bums

    BTW:It seems CT zero and single malt fan K A Sumanasekera has had one too many and cant sit up straight to sing hosannas to MR regime or maybe he has not been paid for his work hence he is on strike,being the cooly mercenary that he seems to be that may be possible!

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      @Peace Lover, from now onwards please refer to KAS as Comrade Kandiah Sivanesan Sumanasekeram. He is a Tamil now.

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        “He is a Tamil now.”.
        Is this a compliment or a downgrade? To me, it is a downgrade.

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          Yes Champu, your name says it all. A low class clown from the south. What happened to you when you worked as a farm labourer for a Tamil family, did they treat you badly. I know Tamils to do that to stupid fuc$ups who are downright degenerates. Common boy you can take it. Now don’t go and commit suicide or something. I meant what I said, but you must be used to it by now.

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