16 November, 2018

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Attorney General To File Case Against Ex-JMO Over Thajudeen Murder

The Attorney General will file a case against the ex-JMO Ananda Samarasekera under the Public Property Act over the murder of ruggerite Wasim Thajudeen. Charges will be filed on grounds that Dr. Samarasekera was responsible for the body parts of the deceased ruggerite which went missing under Samrasekera’s eye.

Ananda Samarasekera

Ananda Samarasekera

In August, Samarasekera filed a Fundamental Rights application seeking an order preventing his arrest in connection with the missing body parts of Thajudeen.

In August, Health Ministry Secretary Anura Jayawickrema in a report submitted to the Colombo Additional Magistrate said that the ex-JMO was responsible for the missing body parts of Thajudeen. Jayawickrema said that Samarasekera had acted in an irresponsible manner when conducting the first postmortem, in which Samarasekera ruled Thajudeen’s death was due to an accident. The ex-JMO had claimed that he had handed over the body parts to two minor staff to store in a freezer but both staff members had denied this.

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  • 14
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    God help the medical graduates coming out of his private Uni! Run, and put your money on a trustworthy and competent academy before you squander it away on an academy with ill repute.

    • 5
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      Dear Attorney General

      “The Attorney General will file a case against the ex-JMO Ananda Samarasekera under the Public Property Act over the murder of ruggerite Wasim Thajudeen. Charges will be filed on grounds that Dr. Samarasekera was responsible for the body parts of the deceased ruggerite which went missing under Samrasekera’s eye.”

      Please file a case and make him a co-conspirator to the murder by giving false evidence.

  • 12
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    Luckily there were no politicians involved in the recent Bambalapitiya kidnap and murder case. Therefore the police was able to solve it in record time. But this Thajudeen ….. pow appa !!

  • 12
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    Haha don’t worry , the JMO will also be released….real soon !!! Remember it’s the short Circle of Arrest , Merchant’sWard,Bail !!

  • 2
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    Everything happening in Srilanka is similaar to “Kekille Court type”.

    In this case, never perpitrators get punished.

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      jim softy

      “Everything happening in Srilanka is similaar to “Kekille Court type”.

      What’s wrong with king Kekille’s Court? I would have thought Kekille court is the finest one compare to your Tribal justice. King Kekille would have at least investigated crime thoroughly the way he knew best.

      By the way is it LTTE’s fault that this country ended up with Ananda Samarasekera?

  • 2
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    We are all sick and tired of the endless procrastination regarding this case. All fart and no shit so far – just like a lot of other cases involving politicians.

    Time to put the murderers and their cohorts away – for good!

  • 0
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    it is important for him to come clean on why he ate the body parts like bum,penis etc.we as a community need to know if their is a fetish for human flesh amongst us.Knowing the source of the problem is important in solving it.

    PS.flesh eaters below.see no 3 fritz harman of germany.In a way we srilankans can be proud we have our own celebrity.

    http://listverse.com/2012/03/04/top-20-human-cannibals-by-country/

  • 0
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    I think what we have to be patient for the court cases to be filed. The bottle neck is at the AG s dept. And then th High Courts. I think the AG bottleneck is over now if he is filing the case OR we have have Kangaroo courts, that may deny rights of the accused!! Prabha did it, Bdesh is doing it for the ISIS with all the accused executed by now!!

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  • 1
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    We should, perhaps ask the Ex:JMO,whether he performed the Post-Mortem before or after the death of poor Thajudeen!

  • 1
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    This has gone too far. Arrest him and lock him up. He is nothing but a very corrupt person, no way could he be called a professional.

    Professionals do not prostitute their ethics to gain monetary or other illegitimate gains.

    He has done it, so why does the FCID still hesitate to arrest him. If the Supreme Court has not granted his Fundamental rights plea, then the FCID could arrest and lock him up.

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