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Appointing A Suspect To Run The Criminal Investigation Department

By Ahimsa Wickrematunge

Ahimsa Wickrematunge

9 March 2021
The Chairman, Members and Secretary,
The National Police Commission (NPC),
BMICH Premises, Block 09,
Colombo 07,
Sri Lanka

Re: Appointing a suspect to run the Criminal Investigation Department (CID)

I write to respond to your letter dated 21 January 2021 (your ref: NPC/PCID/HO/61/2020), in which you address the complaint I lodged with the Commission on 17 June 2019 on the above subject. I drew the attention of the NPC to the fact that it appointed Mr. Prasanna J. Alwis as CID Director despite the CID having previously caught him tampering with evidence in the investigation into my father’s murder. I asked the Commission to investigate how this happened.

You confirm in your letter that “evidence with regard to the death of Lasantha Wickrematunge had been suppressed by SSP A.R.P.J. Alwis and that was reported to the Magistrate of Mt. Lavinia on 4 October 2019.” You also state that “extracts on destroying and suppression of evidence have been handed over to Hon. Attorney General under C.R.01 40/2020.”

This file was submitted to the Attorney General before Mr. Alwis was appointed to head the CID. I cannot believe that the Commission and Attorney General blessed the regime’s decision to put the CID in the hands of an officer who tampered with a murder investigation. Throwing natural justice to the wind, Mr. Alwis was once again allowed to oversee my father’s case. The Commission must answer for appointing an accused criminal to head the CID.

Never in the 140-year history of the CID had it ever been headed by an officer with even the slightest disciplinary blemish. That 140-year streak was broken when the NPC appointed a CID Director reported to court for suppressing evidence of Sri Lanka’s most emblematic unsolved murder, in which the state stands accused of killing a journalist for exposing corruption.

By turning a blind eye to the state’s effort to subvert these investigations, you have jeopardised the credibility of the Commission, the police, the Attorney General’s Department and the entire Sri Lankan criminal justice system. The NPC well may go down in history as a complicit rubber stamp to an autocratic regime bent on covering up the atrocities of its leaders. To redeem any credibility, the Commission must take the following actions immediately:

1. Interdict and discipline Mr. Alwis. His current post as Director of the Counter-Terror Investigation Division (TID) is critical to national security. Protecting us from terrorists is no job for an officer accused of covering up murders. The commission interdicted SSP Shani Abeysekara over a mere phone call. Why is there a double standard for Mr. Alwis?

2. Order a full audit of records of my father’s murder investigation and other CID cases including those mentioned in your letter involving Keith Noyahr and Upali Tennakoon. If Mr. Alwis criminally mishandled these inquiries a decade ago as a mere junior officer, is there any reason to believe he did not do so again as Director of the CID?

3. Reveal how the Commission was deceived into appointing an officer accused of hushing up a murder to run the CID. If the Commission was aware of the charges against him, the public must know who made the Commission jeopardise so many sensitive investigations by appointing a fox to run the henhouse. Who pressured or misled the Commission?

4. Re-examine the credentials and disciplinary records of all 100+ officers who were brought into the CID since November 2019. If even the director has helped to hush up a murder, there is no telling who else the regime has smuggled into the CID. For example, another investigator on my father’s case, SP Merrill Ranjan Lamahewa, was removed from the CID in 2015 when then S/ASG (now Chief Justice) Jayantha Jayasuriya caught him sabotaging an arms-trafficking case. He was reinstated in December 2019 and now supervises CID officers who are testifying against his brother at the Welikada prison massacre trial-at-bar.

The President may appoint the Commission. But the Commission is expected to serve the people and uphold the Constitution. The President cannot pardon you in the eyes of history or the court of public opinion. Unless the NPC at least now grows a trace of backbone or a semblance of accountability for compromising the domestic institutions entrusted with investigating and preventing atrocity crimes and terror attacks, the nation and the world will have no choice but to join me in losing all hope for what little is left of Sri Lanka’s criminal justice system.

Yours Sincerely,

Ahimsa Wickrematunge

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  • 7
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    Dear Ahemsa

    We fully understand the pain. We have all lost our loved ones in Jaffna from 1970’s and the killers are all siting in the parliament from Jaffna as elected.

    Further more some who cry for your pain who comment here are also from the same killers/gangs now live overseas with “families” and enjoying the freedom/democracy we provide.

    That is why we are asking the UN to investigate all crimes from 1970’s in Jaffna on a chronological order all the way to your Fathers event. One for all and all for one investigation is what justice is about and will address all the Mother Lankan Children who lost their lives in their soil by various groupings in our nation due to FP/TULF and Tamil Nadu crimes on our land following the JVP president. One lasted longer than the other due to the proximity across the water serving self-interest of a foreign Nation who committed hideous crimes in our land has gone unnoticed by the UN?? the answer lies here as to why?

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      Rumble 2021,
      When did you ask UN to investigate all crimes from 1970 in Jaffna?
      Were you present at the seen of when Lasantha was sent to heaven by your boss?
      What a brutal Buddhist Sinhala you are to ignore the pain of a daughter who lost his father to a brutal murderer?

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        dear A

        Please read again what I wrote or have it read by someone for you please.

        Sometime truths are difficult to digest and am sure there will be a point in time you will support all of us seeking justice the same…justice is not selective……you never know I may see you at the “Truth and Reconciliation” answering my questions???

        You see where we are now to where we were in 70’s when the FP./TULF thugs went about helping themselves in another mans Country? thuggery has no place in a democracy…but in SL yes that is why the same sitting in the parliament fromJaffna after all the killing fields….and you do not want to walk about it why?????

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          It is better than electing a suspect to run the country.

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          Is Dr. Laksiri Fernando reading this article?

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            He reads only articles written by gutter journalists Shenali Waduge, Malinda Seneviratne, Shamindra Ferdinando etc.

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          R
          The young lady has an important mission to accomplish.
          What is the purpose of your “FP/TULF thugs” comic relief?
          Try to be pertinent.

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            SJ

            Sure she does and respect that right foe each and every citizen of Sri Lanka since birth Sir.
            I am somehow objecting to that justice for Ahimsa is what you read in my comments ?? the comic relief part is Ajith’s comment

            “Were you present at the seen of when Lasantha was sent to heaven by your boss?

            What a brutal Buddhist Sinhala you are to ignore the pain of a daughter who lost his father to a brutal murderer?”

            Very interesting game play/duplicity by you all…this is how we ended up where we are…

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        Dear Daughter Ahimsa,

        Srilankens know that RAJAPAKSHEs are mlechcha politicians but MEDIA MAFIA and DRUG MAFIA that run the society today continue their support Rajapakshe high crimes.

        I could not believe my eyes the way they treated Ranjan Ramanayaka yesterday. Nearly 100 policemen were giving the guard at the time he was brought from A to B , as if he is the most worst criminal in this country.

        .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDY_pYD6W4M

        So, the current situation similar to Myanmar. No arguments would be necessary further.
        .
        If people of this country would have been knolwedgeable, Gotabaya and Mahinda should be treated that way, not Ranjan who spoke for all the injustices in the society created by Rajapakshes for their political survival.

        1) Ranjan was the only MP in SL who fought for numerous injustices in srilanken society.

        2) He exposed to the world about his financial status and assets but Rajapakshse were not succeessful declaring own assets and how they became untouchably wealth within a short period of time. Srilanken auditor generals are made blind so as the judges for their political surivival. It is not just the crime nature of only Rajapkashes, but they have built up a human shield to live up their day today crimes

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          Ranjan did something very stupid that invited trouble.
          Had he not committed contempt of court he would be a free man.
          It happened to SB Dissanayake too.

    • 7
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      LTTE killed all born and educated Tamil politicians. The remnant of the Tamil politicians now living in Colombo with the guard of the Sinhalese soldiers. Diaspoda and Peelam barkers are now dead dogs. Another 20 years time no more Tamils in North province same as no more Red Indians in the USA. The lots of secret services in Sri Lanka, Indian RAW, American CIA, and British Secret service (SIS). Sri Lanka government should give North Province to Pakistan Secret Service, Eastern Province to Israel and other parts of Sri Lanka give to Chinese intelligent service

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        Dear NP

        Can you please name the educated Tamil Politicians killed by the LTTE pls and when?

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            Dear S
            Thank you and leaving the “educated” part yes..list also include all other killings and never concluded killings too. Yes this list is the assassination list appreciate.
            My case for 1970-1977-1981 Investigation as we all awaiting closure.
            Most of them were never investigated? nor concluded as to who killed whom?
            Even amongst the suspected You will find most of them are sitting in the parliament today??
            This does not include most of the public died 1970-1977-1981 in Jaffna nor does it include the one group killing he other, does not include Indian killings and the Indian soldiers and operatives who died too. (I keep the 1981 to 2009 separate for a reason and many are scrutinised but not yet concluded to date).
            Equally importantly this does not include the Police and our armed forced died/fatally injured.
            Dies not include the rest of the Sri Lankan public died till 2009.
            Does not include the children died/hurt in the training camps in India/killings in India either.
            This is why we need to an open investigation done immediately from 1970 by the UN/UNCHAR why a Nation of people ended up killing each other since then, the Indian part, the FP/TULF part all need to be done by the International tribunal urgently.

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              Even amongst the suspected You will find most of them are sitting in the parliament today??
              *
              Kindly give us
              (i) a list of those suspected; and
              (ii) a list of those in (i) above who are in parliament.

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                Dear SJ

                Know my land and her habitants very well Sir.

                It will be inappropriate for me to name at this very moment and am surprised you asked me that even more surprised that none of you know who is who in who in our land…however unlike you all accuse people by name without any shred of evidence I do not do that as it is injustice too..but ask for investigations that will reveal the FP/TULF thuggery since 70’s and a blunder of democracy…by hook or crook is not how one drive policies/manifestos/personal agendas of individuals/collected few lawyers as the Nation and the life and body belongs to us all.

                These are all to do with “justice” for all and where we have a head and tail for the events in a chronological order.

                We have many unresolved killings in the UK too…the cases are not closed however much one would like to burry other mans right for justice.

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        N. Perehera, this article is about Lasantha W, how did your pea sized brain figure out some or other it had something to do with the LTTE? Idiot stick to the topic.

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          TftN
          Is the LTTE the only red herring drawn here?
          By your token, there are several more pea size brains about.

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            SJ, LTTE was thrown around for every disaster while they were active, now all the current disasters are a result of the mere existence of the LTTE according to a few fools. How can one have an intelligent conversation or a debate when a red herring like the LTTE is thrown around even after the total annihilation of the LTTE. But if these scumbags want to talk about LTTE, can any of these racists explain why the criminal mafia family from Hambantota employing these mass murderers (former LTTErs) in their government and give them state funded STF protection? So who are the true supporters of the dreaded LTTE. I am also one of the people (I was quite young and come from a well to do family in Jaffna) supported the LTTE and all other militant groups back in the early eighties (I was very young and immature). This is when the Police were running amock in Jaffna (the army was well behaved at that time), making random arrests for no reason of many youths who had nothing to do with the militants, riots after riots, Colombo bound private buses were stopped in the Vanni jungles and Tamils pulled out and shot by the army, etc.

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        N. Perehera, a human circus. When the killer of this great man is the President, what can happen in SL? Nothing. I hope Ahimsa takes this up at the US government level and get this scoundrel extradited to the USA to be tried, after all this murderer is still a US citizen.

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          “this murderer is still a US citizen”
          Which?

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            SJ, I am talking about Gota. Gota never rescinded his citizenship. He lied and entered politics.

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      Daughter Ahimsa,
      I like to see that you would never give up – young lady. That is what your father ever expected you to be. You are a great example for all those numersou victims of Rajapakshe cruelties. :

      Truth will succeed ! It is just that we have to wait. I have no doubt, killers of your father will definitely be punished by god.
      :
      We are always with you !
      .
      God bless to you and your family !
      LM

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    One of many examples of the same kind.

    Nothing else could be expected of a government run by the crime family and their lawless cronies.

    Wishing Ahimsa W. the best to keep spot lighting the criminal workings of the Gota Rajapaksa regime.

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    I feel the entire nation of Srilanka is very unfair to let Ms. Ahimsa Wickremetunga suffer alone fighting for justice for the brutal murder of her father. I am sure she was traumatized when she learned about his tragic death. As if that was not enough for her to have endured she has to carry the burden of her own to fight for justice on behalf of her father, a responsibility one cannot shy away from. After all he was not protecting the Chest of Gold of his father. It was the people’s money. Where have all the people gone??? This certainly is not the way to show gratitude to those who sacrificed their lives by putting their heads on the block protecting the nation.

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      Hancho@

      You lived in this country all along until today, can you please come with a detailed analysis how they srilanken judiciary worked on high crimes over the 7 decades ?

      You the seniors should open their vocies today than any times in the past. I dont see many speaking out the gravity of the problems of the society yet today. People are set to their ” total indifferent mode”.

      I ll bet you all the verdicts brought against high crimes prior to Rajapakshe era was fair and the justice earned much more respect then.

      I have the feeling it has worsened since uncultured, unethical bastards such as Rajapakshes started giving the leadership to this country.
      Am I not right ? Please compare the verdicts in the past to date
      . So called human right advacates – Mahinda Rajapakshe or the like men to make it upside for their political intoxications? Mahinda Rajapakshe is an actor, he can hoodwink the most stupid people ( who are the majority of srilanka also in western province) very easily.

      Nothing seems to work in favour of the justice in this country today. They appointing powerful commissions in order get their henchmen and their crime investigations be exonerated ? They spoke against illegality of FCID but that was the one and only body that revealed the nation, Rajapkshes were the high criminals of this nation nobody else.

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        Hi L:M,
        I have lot more information for you which I cannot convey through CT. It was JRJ who warped the Judiciary. Fortunately there were judges of valor then unlike the men of straw as Late Lord Churchill called occupying the Benches of the Judiciary today at the highest level. If I have your email I can let you have some surprises. The whole system of education got turned upside down. Going back 5 decades children were coached by parents to tell lies from day one in school. Most of the Doctorate holders are exam cheats. It is not what you know but whom you know are the people occupying top positions in the administration. Their priority is to make the most hay (money) while the sun is shining. Srilanka is battling with a terminal cancer.

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          I forgot to name Late Felix R. Dias Bandaranayake the cousin or nephew of Mrs. Sirimavo Dias Bandaranayaka who pushed the judiciary down over the precipice.

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            HP@What matterS is the levels ? Ofcourse, you cant expect those insititutions to work like civilized europe does it.
            :
            To me looking back, 70ties and 80ties, such violations were much less. Respect and dignity of the life was clearly better than today. No majority of criminals would have the chances to become people s representatives as is the case for today. I have not lived in the country for last few decades, but I travelled back home very often to observe if any better systems being introduced.

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              LM,
              Shedding crocodile tears is no consolation to those victims of political crimes. You cannot swim or learn to swim without getting yourself wet. Crowing from a top of a high tree will disturb nobody. Sinhala Race is genetically defective. They are the biggest liars, cheats, robbers etc., are in the world. Like curly hair their minds are all twisted.

              There are many happenings in Singapore like this one which should become a model for Srilankans and hypocritical NGOs to follow.

              It happened few years back. A young betrothed couple from Vietnam came on a holiday to Singapore. The young man to proof his love to his would be wife took her to Sim Lim Square and selected a Mobile phone from a shop and paid for it. After settling the bill he asked for the Warranty Card. The Shop Keeper said there is no Warranty. If he is to issue a Warranty Card he demanded an additional charge which certainly was unrealistic. Continued below.

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                Continued:
                The young man decided to call off the deal and asked the Shop Keeper to return his money. Shop Keeper refused to return the money he paid which was equivalent to his monthly pay. The poor man went on his knees and begged the Shop Keeper to return his money. After much of pleading the Shop Keeper paid him back all in coins. In the meantime a passerby noticed what was going on and recorded the incident in his mobile phone. He then send those pictures to the Forum column of Strait Times which was duly published. Continued

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                  Continued.
                  Another good Samaritan made a public appeal. He collected S$ 10,000.00. He then made contact with the couple in Vietnam. Out of the money he collected bought the couple a First Class return ticket to Singapore and back. Booked them into a First Class Hotel. All the incidental expenses were taken care of. Before they departed Singapore they were presented with the same model of the Mobile phone.

                  The Police took the Shop Keeper to task and coupled with other misdeeds of his was prosecuted and jailed.

                  I am 100% sure to the Sinhalese it would sound like a fairy tale.

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                    h
                    Are Singaporean shopkeepers such rogues?

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          h
          Most of the Doctorate holders are exam cheats.
          “It is hard to cheat at a doctorate exam.”
          Plagiarism, bogus data and theft are possible in a thesis, but cheating at the examination? Tough.

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            SJ,
            Sorry to pick your warped mind. It was not to highlight errant shopkeepers which is not common and primarily they are quite honest. That was why the public took it as an exception. What you need to appreciate is the generosity, civic sense, public spiritedness and higher level of education among the people of Singapore and most pathetically very qualities Srilankans missing out on as you yourself has demonstrated with your comment. If Srilankans can reach even a half way mark, Srilnaka would not be a basket case. The Cheating I meant is when admission to schools, at school and public exams before they arrive to the writing the thesis. Plagiarism is quite common. Before I get off, the Jailer who let our Victim prisoner and MP to take a selfie was fired from his job. What about the judges who under corruption turn justice upside down by turning facts to fiction and vise-versa.

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    Ahimsa,

    Be brave – go to Geneva and tear to pieces the Sri Lankan state, the government, Gota and Mahintha, who are accountable for the cold-blooded murder of your father. The fascists responsible must be punished.

    Enough is Enough, it’s time to break this impunity for the rulers and the state of Sri Lanka going on for several decades.

    You will be remembered in Sri Lankan history, like Kanaki in Tamil epic.

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      Thiru,
      I agree with you.

      Ahimsa, Sandiya, CBK, Hirunika…… all of them have reason and ability to take this forward. Go for Ceylon Spring.

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      T
      Do you think that business in Geneva is as in a court scene in Tamil movies?

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    Ahimsa, those in power will never admit to their crimes, and will never allow investigations to proceed. As we can see they have refused to cooperate, casting blame on all others, blocking all calls for investigations, documents, and abusing their powers in order to do so. They may fool their supporters here, but internationally the experts from human rights organizations, can see that they act out of guilt, and that this stain on their leadership can never be erased, even by those investigating and who they themselves are complicit in the horrible assassination of your beloved father.
    You have been brave in your quest for justice. Good luck and be strong.

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    At least this “Courageous” and “Brave” girl, Ahimsa fights for her “Right” to seek answers for the “Brutal Killing” of her Dear Father. If the International Organizations are seriously pursuing this “CRY For Justice”, they must take into consideration ALL others who are “CRYING” for years so far to find “ANSWERS” for the loss of their, “Children” and “Loved Ones”. We “FOUND” one answer in the case of the “Five” killed by an “Armed Soldier”, yet it was “DISGRACEFUL” and “IRRESPONSIBLE” for a President of the country to “PARDON” and “RELEASE” him from the “Death Row”, a punishment given by the Courts in accordance with the Justice System. I hope this “Ahimsa’s Struggle and Fight” must be considered in conjunction with ALL others who are “CRYING” out there looking for answers for the loss of their LOVED ONES.

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      My Dear Simon,
      .
      How many of the untold stories are there in SL in terms of the kind of murders and injustices.?
      Young lady, Ahinsa has the power to speak out, but what happened to that girl in GALLE who was raped by a PS leader by name ” Raththaran”, Pushpakumara, who is close confidiante of Rajapakshes forces. The incident was reported as that 16-year old girl was raped by Raththaran, not once several consecutive times. Doctor’s report revealed that. Ranjana Ramanayaka was the only MP spoke about the most brutal incident. I dont think Pushpaa kumara is now in jail but our Ranjan. ???????????
      Longer the world wait to notice it, worst it will be for srilankens. I think it is high time, responsible bodies to react today than procrastinating it further.
      :

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        Dear LLM: I got “goosebumps” reading your address to me. Why? Because I am living in a very close village to this well-known sadistic maniac called “Raththaran” who was “Elected” to Palath Saba by the popular vote. This I can understand, but do you know that his “Supporters” and of all the people, his “Wife” held a “Bodhi Pooja” to invoke blessings of the “Tripple Gem” on him. The Buddhist Priest refused permission to hold it in the temple, but the “People” (supporters) held it outside the temple. His case is on “Appel”, but I won’t be surprised if the “verdict” would be “Nidoskota Nidahas”. This “Bastard” is a strong supporter of “Rajapkses”. You can imagine my living close to these “Goons”. Anyway, I wan’t be there for long.

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          Looking at the manner how they treat our good Ranja – I thought I could become a suicide bomb killing Rajapakshes on the spot. That could bring more to the nation, even if I would not survive to see this repeating on and on. My Dear SIMON, I am a great fan of yours. Please keep up. I dont live in SL, but I am well alert on crimes repeating in mother land. I cant believe my eyes the way bitch s sons making every harm to our Ranjana Ramanayake who was the only fearless voice against Rajapkashe high crimes.

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    Ahimsa, I understand your pain. But what can you expect from the FAILED Gotabaya? Gota appointed to represent SL at UN, Chandraperuma a leader of a murderous gang during JVP times and Mohan Pieris who came out in the public asking pardon from the citizens of the country for illegally giving a court order to free Mahinda Rajapakse who stole money that was donated to Tsunami Fund. He has appointed Prasanna Alwis to CID who has tampered with evidence.

    Is Gotabaya SANE?

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    Lankan special low and odor.

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    @Ahimsa – My little penny thought for you – The pain, suffering and to live with the reality of your dad’s and our beloved gentleman journalist demise beyond repair. Having said that, you are making your own soul suffer for the rest of the life in search of bringing the perpetrators to book.

    The reality is time lapsed, opportunities lost, evidence destroyed to confiscated, previous regime knowingly slow down and slip the opportunity to bring the mastermind before court. Also due to geo-political interest you cannot try the man in US court either. All you are doing is targeting set of men carried out the illegal killing of your dad at the orders of a possible single person. Rather than aiming those men forgive them all for your own inner peace and allow the Karma to take on.

    If at all if you want to please and get the blessings of your Dad’s soul pleaseeee become a Genuine, courageous and brave journalist beyond borders and expose the corrupt practices and governments. In the process you may face the same fate as your dad but always remember your dad always with you to bless and protect you for whatever you do.

    Sincerely all the very best for your future endeavors

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    We are letting these terrible fellows on the Commission hide behind “Police Commission.” We must name these individually so they can explain their despicable behaviour. These are fellows who need to be publicly named and shamed unless they were bulldozed into this decision to name an accused to investigate his own offence, in which case they need to say so:

    Mr. S.C.S. Fernando
    Chairman

    Mr. M.P.P. Perera
    Member

    Mr. S. Liyanagama
    Member

    Mr.G.Wickramage
    Member

    Mr. A.S.P.S.P. Sanjeewa
    Member

    T.P. Paramaswaran
    Member

    Mr. N.S.M.Samsudeen
    Member

    Mrs. Samanthi Mihindukula
    Secretary

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    Sinhala Bauda Lanka on a roll:
    “The report which was tabled in Parliament yesterday had held former Prime Minister Wickremesinghe,former Ministers Mangala Samaraweera,patali Champika Ranawaka, Rauff Hakeem, Sarath Fonseka, Malik Samarawickrama, JVP Leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake, TNA MP M.A. Sumanthiran , former MPS Jayampathi Wickramaratne,and former state officers Secretary to former Prime Minister Saman Ekanayake,ssp Shani Abeysekera and J.c.weliamuna guilty of political victimisation.

    The report had proposed that the verdicts given by the judiciary in relation to court cases HC7781/15 and 8331/16 which were given against former MP Duminda Silva to be reviewed while it has recommended discontinuation of the cases HC8331/16 and B96823/2015 filed against Yoshitha Rajapaksa as a concession for the damages caused to him . It has also recommended discontinuation of the cases no. 1448/2020 which had been filed against former Navy Commander Wasantha Karannagoda and cases filed against Rear Admiral”

    Ha ha ha ha LOL

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    Much strength to Ahimsa the family and to his wife sonali! How tragic it must have been to lose your husband after 13 days. They were such a perfect couple too.

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