23 September, 2019

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A Reputed Interior Decorator Is Severely Tortured By Police At The Instigation Of A Lawyer And Her Husband – Kocchi Chili Was Applied Onto Eyes, Genitals And Anus

MMD Aruna Nilupul Indika (39) of Welipenna, Kalutara District, was illegally arrested and severely tortured. Chili was applied onto his eyes and genitals. On 27May 2013, he was arrested and tortured on the instruction of the lawyer Anoma Siriweera and her husband. The lawyer’s family had lost some items and suspected Nilupul Indika, who had done some interior decoration work at their house sometime earlier.  Raveendra Pushapakumara and another officer from the Matugama Police arrived at Nilupul Indika’s residence at 3:30 pm on 27th May.

Aruna Nilupul Indika

They asked Nilupul to accompany them to the police station without giving any reason. He was kept at the police station until the following day and, at around 1pm, he was taken to the officers’ quarters behind the station, where he was forced down onto the floor. At that time there were three officers present, including Raveendra Pushapakumara. The officers then shouted at him, saying that he, Nilupal, should admit selling a stolen electrical grinder, or that otherwise the police would beat him so badly that he could never work again. Nilupul Indika refused, stating that he has not committed any crime. Then one of the officers put kocchi chillies (very potent) in a sock, crushed the chillies, added water and then poured the dripping chili into Nilupul’s eyes. While he was struggling in pain, the officers held him down. Later, the officers also used the chilies on his genitals and anus. He was tortured for several hours.

At 6 am on the following day, an Irishman named Mr. Helhill visited him at his cell and, having learned about the circumstances, intervened with the Office-in-Charge of the police station. The Irishman also told the police that he will remain in the police station with Nilupul Indika until he is released. Mr. Helhill told the police officers that Nilupul Indika was his best friend.

The Superintendent of Police for the area arrived at the police station for a visit and Mr. Helhill spoke to the Superintendent and sought the release of Mr. Nilupul Indika. The SP instructed the OIC to take at statement and then release Nilupul Indika immediately.

The Attorney-at-Law Anoma Siriweera visited the police station with her husband after Nilupul Indika was tortured and stated that he had not been tortured enough. The police officer Pushpakumara told the lawyer that a fabricated charge of possessing a bomb would be made against Nilupul Indika.

After his release, Nilupul Indika has made official complaints to all the relevant authorities about his illegal arrest, torture and illegal detention. See the full story below.

Mr. Madawala Maddumage Don Aruna Nilupul Indika (39), of Mahagedara, Devala Road, Welipenna in the Kalutara District is married and a father of one child. He is an interior designer by profession. He lives near Anoma Siriweera, Attorney-at-law, and her family. On 6 May 2013 at 9 am, the husband of Anoma Siriweera came to Nilupul and told him that their house had been burgled and that he suspected Nilupul of having done it. Nilupul denied the accusation and told the man that he had never committed any crime. Nilupul said that he had entered the house in question only for a painting job, for which he had been well paid. The husband of the Ms. Anoma was extremely angry and said the he would, “Take care of it later”.

On 27 May at 3:30 pm, while Nilupul was working on his vegetable farm, he heard someone calling his name. He saw two police officers and Ms. Anoma’s husband waiting for him. Nilupul had been using a machete (mannaya) and the police officer instructed him to put it down and come to them. When he approached them, they handcuffed his hands behind his back without explanation and ordered him to accompany them. Nilupul asked the officers to allow him to return the machete to his home and have a shower as he was dirty from his work but the officers refused. One of them took the machete to his house. While they were walking Nilupul saw that there was police jeep parked about 100 metres away. They placed him in the jeep along with Ms. Anoma’s husband and started driving in the direction of the Matugama Police Station. As Nipulu’s hands were cramped by the cuffs he asked the officers to loosen them and cuff his hands in front of him but they ignored him. At the station he was placed in a cell.

Later, Nilupul was able to identify one of the officers as Raveendra Pushapakumara, attached to the Crime Branch of the Matugama Police. While Nilupul was inside the cell, a police officer in civilian clothing spoke to him several times and warned him, accusing him of not telling the truth. Nilupul was in fear of being subjected to torture.

At around 8 pm his wife and child visited him at the station and provided him with some food. At 1 pm on the following day Nilupul was taken out of the cell and handcuffed by an officer. The officer then grabbed him roughly by the neck and took him to a room in the officer’s quarters, which were behind the station. He was then forced into a sitting position on the floor of the living room. There were three officers present at the time, including Raveendra Pushapakumara, who was now in uniform. The other two officers were in civilian dress. Pushapakumara then shouted at Nilupul and told him that he had to admit to selling an stolen electric grinder; otherwise they would beat him so badly that he would never be able to work again. However, Nilupul denied the accusation and said that he had never engaged in any illegal act.

At that time Nilupul noticed that one of the officers was holding a bag of kochchi chilies (a small but very strong chili). Pushapakumara placed the chilies in a disused sock and used a piece of hosepipe to crush them before adding some water to make a chili juice. Another officer made Nilupul lie on the floor facing upwards. He then tore off his sarong and pulled off his underpants. They held him down and Pushapakumara squeezed the sock so that the chili juice ran into Nilupul ‘s eyes. When he tried to close his eyes to prevent the chili juice running into them the officers forced his eyelids apart. Nilupul suffered enormous pain due to this treatment and felt that he was losing the vision in his eyes. He started struggling violently but they held him down. They then placed a couple of chairs over him to prevent him from moving. The officers sat on the chairs to ensure that Nilupul could not push them away. Then Pushapakumara again began to drip the chili juice into his eyes. The officer then urged Nilupul to admit to the crime of theft but, despite the torment, Nilupul refused.

Pushapakumara then said to his associates, “This method is not working”. He then grabbed Nilupul ‘s penis, pushed back his foreskin and dripped some of the chili juice over his penis. Some of the juice ran down between his legs and he felt a burning sensation in his anus. Nilupul felt that his anus was prolapsed and asked the officers to allow him to urinate. They brought him to a toilet at the rear of the compound but he was unable to pass anything due to the pain. When he told the officers one of them grabbed his wrists and forced them up over his back, which caused one of his shoulders to dislocate. He was then taken back to the room in which he had been tortured.

Once again he was held down in the same fashion and Pushapakumara dripped the chili juice into his eyes. Pushapakumara stopped the torture when he received a telephone call on his mobile and went outside to answer it. One of the officers then brought a pole with which he beat the soles of Nilupul’s feet. However, Pushapakumara suddenly returned and told them not to stop using the pole and started dripping the chili juice into Nilupul ‘s eyes while the other officers held him down. This treatment ceased again when Pushapakumara received another phone call. He told the other officers that a pickpocket had been arrested at a bus stop and they had to attend to the scene.

Nipulu was left there for an hour until the three officers returned. The torture with the chili juice resumed. After some time Pushapakumara ordered the other officers to take Nilupul to the kitchen, where one of them washed his eyes and combed his hair. He was dressed again in his underpants and sarong, after which Nilupul was taken back to the police compound, where he saw that his father was waiting for him. When his father saw the state that Nilupul was in, he started screaming. By this time it was around 5:30 pm. Nilupul had been tortured for four and a half hours.

At 6 pm he was taken out of the cell again, his wrists were cuffed and he was brought to the Crime Branch of the station, where he saw that Ms. Anoma and her husband were waiting. In front of these people Pushapakumara threatened Nilupul that he would be subjected to further torture. It was then that Ms. Anoma Siriweera, Attorney-at-Law, told Pushapakumara that the torture they had used was not enough for a man like this. In response Pushapakumara told Ms. Anoma that he would fabricate a charge of the possession of a bomb against Nilupul. Nilupul was then returned to the cell, where he remained all night. As his eyes started running with mucus he had to continuously wash them with bottled water, which the police provided.

The following morning at 6 am, Mr. Helhill, an Irishman, visited Nilupul. Mr. Helhill asked Nilupul what had happened and, following this, spoke to the Officer-in-Charge (OIC). He told the officer that if he did not release Nilupul he would personally remain in the cell with him. Pushapakumara demanded to know what Mr. Helhill was doing there. Mr. Helhill pointed to Nilupul saying that he was his best friend and in turn asked Pushapakumara what his problem was.

Shortly after this, the area Superintendent of Police (SP) arrived. Mr. Helhill immediately approached the SP and told him what had happened to Nilupul. After hearing Mr. Helhill’s explanation the SP went to the OIC and instructed him to take a statement from Nilupul and release him immediately. The OIC agreed that Nilupul would be released by 3:30 pm.

Another officer asked Nilupul for his name, address and occupation. Sometime later he returned with a pre-written statement, which he asked Nilupul to sign. Nilupul duly signed the statement out of fear of further torture.

The officers informed Nilupul that he would leave but that he had to return to on 1 June and, if possible, provide information on a Mr. Priyantha, who was suspected of the crime for which Nilupul had been arrested.

The police did not return the mobile phone and two sim cards they had taken from Nilupul. Prior to his release, Pushapakumara approached Nilupul and threatened him not to go to a hospital for any treatment and only take Auryvedic medicine. He further warned him that they should not hear that he had made any complaints to higher authorities. He then took Nilupul to the OIC of the station, who requested him to help them to find Priyantha. The OIC told Nilupul that if he failed to help them, then most of the crimes for which they wanted Priyantha would be placed on his head.

On 1 June Nilupul made a complaint to the SP regarding the violation of his rights. After listening to Nilupul’s account, the SP advised him that there was no need for him to go to the police station.

Nilupul states that the officers of the Matugama Police Station illegally arrested, detained and tortured him to fulfill the whims of Anoma Siriweera, Attorney-at-Law, and her husband. He has made a complaint to the Inspector General of Police, the Senior Superintendent of Police, Kalutera and the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka. None of these authorities have initiated any inquiries into this case.

Nilupul seeks justice.

*A Statement of the Asian Human Rights Commission

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    What pathetically shameful state of affairs! I simply don’t want to insult dogs by saying the Sri Lankan Police department has gone to the dogs..

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      Thanks for sparing dogs the embarrassment of being likened to the Police. Sadly this is the level justice and the law enforcement authorities have sunk to. An under-aged girl is arrested for stealing a few coconuts but murderers and rapist are released, drug dealers and other criminals walk scot-free because of their political connections.

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    I wonder whether it is safe to live in srilanka,not because of the criminals,but because of the police.All this because of a electric grinder.What would that anoma lawyer done if she was burgled of let us say all her jewellery.She would have gone crazy.

    Isn’t there any checks and balances for this kind of behaviour by the police.Clearly this policeman pushpakumara should be sacked.He is a sadistic thug and not fit to wear that uniform.This victim was not a person from a criminal background and there wasn’t any shred of evidence to prove that he had taken the grinder,and for heavens sake it was only a grinder after all.They did all this to please this lawyer.

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      shankar

      “Isn’t there any checks and balances for this kind of behaviour by the police.”

      Are you out of your mind?

      Don’t you know it is in their culture, blood, DNA, history….

      I would only be surprised if police, armed forces, politicians, corporatists, statists… behaved themselves.

      It all started with Vijaya the hoodlum, followed by Pandyas and Cholas.

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      Stay away… if you don’t trust the police you [Edited out]

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        Peter Casie Chetty

        Good idea.

        Even if you stay away from the police they will come to get you.

        Then what do you do, cover your front with hands or stay calm and enjoy the sadomasochist act?

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        peter the chettiar,can’t you read what has happened and see whether you can trust the police.Why should law abiding citizens of a country stay away from the country if they can’t trust the police?The police should be reformed,not the citizen to stay away from the country as you want them to.When you read what had happened to that chap,naturally a law abiding citizen might think same thing could happen to me if someone with influence with the police,uses that influence to put me into trouble.

        I believe you are domiciled in France because i read when you attacked DR.Dayan saying he was not fraternising with your fellow srilankans there.Naturally when there are bovine excreta like you around in France who will want to fraternise with fellow srilankans in there lest they get the bugs too.Instead of living in paris and telling others to leave srilanka if they don’t trust the police,why don’t you go back to srilanka and live there instead of living in a country that has a police force that you can trust.You are an hypocrite,and your analysis of this episode with the police is so clumsy that it is like watching a jackass trying to eat a pomegranate.

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      It appears she must be pleasing Pushpakumara frequently with his biological needs!!

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        Pushpakumara might get throat cancer from Anoma.karma.

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      This is how corrupt the lawyers are in SL . This case has highlighted the arrogance of the judiciary. They think they are above the law . She along with the police officers involved should be brought before the courts and reprimanded for the inhuman way this man was treated. Another case for the UN .

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    Anoma, u bitch! I will stick a [Edited out]!

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      Govinda, don’t pretend yourself as an ass

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    There is no doubt that policeman need proper justice. lawyer and her husband went in to the 3rd class. To become a lawyer there is no need big education. They dont have ethics in practice also. See judges in sri lanka taking bribes. Lawyers are went to this level. This poor man need justice. We all know from bottom to top in the judicial service is corrupt,including chief justice. This is so called MAHINDA CHINTHANAYA. I think 60% of people vote for this chinthanaya. Now chinthanaya giving punishment to people .

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    First of all All men are innocent until they are proved guilty of any crime . Here again we see the HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION and CIVIL RIGHTS of a Human. This case should be taken into the Highest Authority and Even to the Bar Association as a Lawyer was involved on manupilating the law enforcement .( Totally Corrupted act ).

    according to the complaint by the plaintiff the officer in Charge and the other officers involved should be brought to the court and Justice should prevail.

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    This and the incident in which Law student was beaten and the other hundreds of incidents are being focused by HR organisations. All these clearly show that the GOVT failed to implement any HR improvement mechanisms even after the UN resolution is passed against the country in last March. Rulers seem to pay blind eye to rights^issue as no times in the past. That alone proves how dangerous the MR administration has been. UNHRC will closely focus on this and share their opinion very soon, we will have to count with number of resolutions in the months to come. Zero improvement in HR issues, peoples stay helpless being unable to open their hearts.

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    Police brutality continues unabated, recently a high ranking officer was accused of contract murder. There is no accountability, no one is tried of these crimes against ordinary citizens by law enforcing officers. When will we come out of this cycle. Th common man is pushed to limit by everyone who has some kind of power.

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    Police torture of this kind has been going on for years. It is common practice in many countries. We dont have to put up with this. If the story is true, would some human rights activist take up this case and hve the police, the woman-lawyer and her husband indicted? It isn’t too late to do this.

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      I would seriously suggest that the BASL have a Committee/Unit that would
      follow up incidents such as these, where the complainant is willing to
      go the whole hog, to seek financial compensation from the culprits via a Court case. If this is successful, torture of this nature will be
      brought down.

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        Do you want the Sri Lankan Government and their police to send drones to your house?

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          PCC you are the drone ,why don’t you go back to sleep.You are a one sided crooked minded fool.

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    Absolutely appalled at what is going on in this country! I sincerely do hope this victim gets the justice he deserves.

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    is this the Anoma siriweera ? Lives in Mathugama and studied at University of Colombo

    https://www.facebook.com/public/Anoma-Siriweera

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      This woman did not study but however she got through her law exam with flying colours like Namal putha!!

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    For those hypocrites who might feel like giving examples from the west…please watch this.

    SRI LANKA – The Police Torture Epidemic in Sri Lanka (a documentary).
    http://youtu.be/sx_flDtkAkg

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    Now write all these allegations as if they are the truth. If you were in the USA you would be hauled in and sent to jail with a trial. Guantanamo would be the place for you guys to be held without trial even if you are found not guilty by a court.

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    Many instances of injustice have been highlighted by the Asian Human Rights Commission,but noone appears to take any notice.
    Many human rights violations occur in tamil areas but information is suppressed except by some media which have sufferred attacks.
    Meanwhile,diplomats paint a rosy picture at UNHRC and elsewhere.
    No citizen dares to complain. The IGP turns a blind eye.
    It is reported that at the recent visit of indian officials to jaffna to meet civic society individuals organised by Mr Mahalingam the indian diplomat in jaffna,there was intimidating presence of military intelligence personnel and an official from the external affairs ministry.
    Mr. Mahalingam had appeared to ignore this.
    Widespread prevalence of torture in police stations and prisons had been reported on by UN Rapporteurs commencing with Prof. Manfred Novak many years ago.
    But all averments had been denied by our diplomats.
    We have a criminal regime which inflicts summary (in)justice on citizens.
    Recent statements by the de facto CJ at the Nimalaruban murder – at vavuniya prison – appear to ignore police and prison brutality on citizens in state custody.
    Sri Lanka now has a Terror Regime.

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    Ours is a society, meant only for the fittest. For, it’s being run by idiots and However low a man could sink, non can reach the level of our Police.

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      The Eelam police force run by Nadesan had better officers than the savages in the Sri Lanka Police. If somebody went to lodge a complaint, they were given a cup of tea and their story was listened to.

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        Taraki

        “they were given a cup of tea and their story was listened to.”

        Did they get a cup of tea if the complaint is about LTTE?

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          I’m admitting I was wrong. Didn’t think the thing through, wrote in disgust on impulse after reading Nilupul’s story.

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            Taraki

            I congratulate you for admitting your mistake, not a trait that you would find in Tamils/Sinhalese.

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    The police have not gone to the dogs
    BUT
    The dogs have got into the police…………

    Wonder, who were the political catchers who recomended the enlistment of the culprit police personell

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      please, do not make any insult to dogs.

      now a days, dogs are more civilized than the P & P , [police officers and politicians] are.

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    This is what happens where there is no independent commission supervising the police. Law and order in the country has gone to dogs. This is also an example what could happen when there is no Chief Justice but a Cheap Justice.

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    The dogs have come to the Police, hence the Balu Weda. From where did they recruit these subhumans, Beliatta?

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    Get the Bar association into the scene and REVOKE the lawyers license to practice… she is a thug on her own… and has the nerve to tell that the treatment meted out to the poor guy is not enough… The idiot Pushpakumara and his ilk need to be roped in and herded to jail including the Lawyer and her husband…. SO framing up charges is the new national sport in seems… Wonder what action teh SP has taken after hearing the story from the Horse’s mouth….

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    i think 3 policeman got caught with Vass Gunawardena of murdering a Muslim businessman. Common, this is Sri Lanka the Sinhala Budhisma land. Embrace God.

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      “Embrace GOD”;

      IF YOUR GOD CAN SOLVE THE Problems of these type,
      We are very fotunate and pleased.

      I will embrace your god and KISS HIM TWO TIMES.

      AAMEN.

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    I feel really sorry for the innocent man who was tortured by the police beasts who appear to be beyond the reach of the law. I detest the woman lawyer who I hope will one day receive the same treatment she wanted this man to have. Is it any wonder the UNHRC and the other rights organisations are continually exposing the atrocities of the police, military and the ruling party politicians of inhuman acts.

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      I sincerely hope she gets the chili treatment in a similar manner??

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        yep.. in the wrong places…. ooopsz NO in the right places.. she deserves it…

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    Savage land run by thugs and criminals, what u expect?

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    In a country where justice prevails and law and order exist, this kind of things don’t happen. Unfortunately we don’t live in one.

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    There’s some thing to share on the other. This lawyer has not stepped in to the police station Matugama for the last 15 years.This is a totally fabricated story. The main actor Nilupul is a well known drug addict. Anybody can obtain information about him from his neighbours , Grama sevaka Niladhari and Police station, Welipenna. Though this lawyer and her husband hired him for painting their house, his neighbours treat him as a notorious person and do not allow him to be inside their homes. This lawyer and her husband still say that this drug addict is responsible for burgling their house though the stolen goods and money were not recovered.” So, people should also know that there are many important material things which are uncovered than what is merely published..

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      Dear third eye, the cry here is not about the innocence of the victim. It’s about ”due process”,Democratic practice, law and order etc., etc…
      Even a lady in legal profession believes in dirty tricks rather practicing due process. How can you expect a small minded Cop – servant of a thug politico to be democratic !!? Who said, the thirty year era of ”beasting of men” has gone !!? …..”They” just don’t care.

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      Nice try.. just coz the dude has a WHITE guy who helped him when he needed most, u come to a conclusion that nilupul is a druggie? EVEN if he is, do the Police have the righto give ANYONE the treatment that was given to him? HECK NO..

      Wonder if u r the female lawyer, urself….

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      You appear to be the female lawyer!!! Would you like some chilli treatment in the appropriate places?

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    Its a few days since this story was released and no action?? Anyone?? The omnipotent Defense Secretary who has his fingers up everyone’s ….. from trash collections to slum dwellers suddenly is deaf, dumb and blind ? IGP ? Mr.President ?

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      They are all way too busy trying to figure out how to help Dig Vas Gunawardana who is implicated in the gruesome murder of a Muslim Businessman named Shyam at point blank range.. The Guy who pulled the trigger has accepted to the killing and said that the ” Contract” was given to him by DIG Vas Gunawardana.. Further this murder was NOT informed by the police to the public for 7 days… As a general practice.. the police send out a message to all the police stations in the island about an unidentified body lieing in the morgue.they wanted to keep numb for 3 more days and bury so none will know the where abouts…of the victim…. Nature has different ways of doing things.. thus this came to light….This killer has done 9 more murders b4…

      2 more cops were arrested for being involved in this case, which didnt have much publicity…

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        Please don’t talk about Sri Lanka Police Dept. It is the latest Mafia Kasippu and drug business retail outlet in Sri Lanka. My friend got a fresh Kasippu bottle from his Police friend who worked in Police Headquarters at Havelock Town on a Pre Poya day. This is true and I witnessed it.
        Also I see many Policemen drunk after seven PM and I witnessed these drunkerds with Kasippu smell in Moratuwa Police Station. Please do your own research.

        Please watch the following web.
        lankaenews.com/English/news.php?id=13709
        lankaenews.com/English/news.php?id=13711

        After Sri Lanka Parliament Thieve’s den, the next biggest illicit money maker is the Police Department. Please ask from any friendly Traffic Police Cops who now undertaking Murder contracts.

        This is what is called State Terrorism.

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    From the topmost administrator of justice,the head of police ,the head of state,the media and all people big and small are citizens of Sinhala Buddhist Sri lanka.In the feudal society of SL there was retributive justice where the culprit of crime was physically or mentaly punished.This we can see in Islamist countries taking eye to eye.The legal system of SL came from the Roman Dutch law where the accused was not guilty until proven guilty.In this context the cases go on and on for years where as the victim expects quick justice.Amidst the practise of non-violence propagated by all religions and specially Buddhism torture and violence prevails in all the four corners in the island irrespective of ethnicity. The practice of retributive justice instead of restorative justice is in the blood of Sri lankans.That is why there are no protests against torture.Sri Lanka has to go a long way on the road to civilisation.

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    They did to the Tamils, now they are trying on the Muslims, and have started on their own people. Proof of power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely which, perhaps, the end is near.

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    Bitch Bitch Bitch

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      Lakshman, You must talk sense…. make it a point that when you comment, it must make sense and not malicious. You should know the inside story than what is just published. Have any one ever tried to figure out what the lady lawyer has to say about this incident. She is a reputed and a hounarable lady lawyer in the area. What the general public do here is insulting and nothing but insulting. So, I suggest all readers should understand that there can be another side of the story. So, before insulting one should re think…

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        Are you serious???? No matter what she is, if she were a decent person, she will appear free of charge for the young man against the state, and help him claim compensation for the way he was tortured.

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    no one need to talk about what the sri lankan forces did to tamils (tamil tigers)……………..that was the best thing to do and there were no other options .even in this case ……,this suspect might be guilty……….who knows…?I`v been in sl for some time but i`v never heard of such a “reputed interior decorater”…so yes there could be another side of the story.if he`s proven guilty….he might have to go through all these things again in the prison ,and then everyone would say that this is the right thing to do……… no criminal should have mercy..!

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    john trot

    So policemen apply Kocchi Chili to genitals and observe/study how it act or react and then the policemen decides whether suspect is guilty or not.

    Genital motion determines his/her guilt or fate.

    This is a novel way of dealing with crime investigation and due process of law.

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      After Buddhist monk’s self emulation, Police is practicing how to marinade a human to prepare him for the next big Barbecue feast.

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        Mahela

        “Police is practicing how to marinade a human to prepare him for the next big Barbecue feast.”

        Beating helps to soften the flesh.

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    Poor man! If i will be him, i will file a case for police brutality. Because what they did is not inhuman! They arrest the person without filing any case against him and that was illegal. Give him a justice!

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