16 October, 2019

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Clean Up The Judicial System

By Barbara Seneviratne

Barbara Seneviratne

Attorney of Law Suganthika Fernando should be admired for her greatness, with no fear of the outcome from various quarters exposed the very poor quality of many of the judges, magistrate’ and court officials. Like all other government institutions the judicial system too is rotten to the very core of the justice ministry. From 1977 the judicial system was publicly stained with corruption from the very top to the peon. 

Appointments were not based on seniority but on their political views and are given over the heads of reputed, intelligent honest law abiding individuals. The only qualification needed is a good write up of a VVIP will do the needful.  

On many occasions I have witnessed that some Magistrates hardly look at the victim or the complainer. Most of the judgements are based on police reports and how the cases are presented by the IP.  If the officer known to the judge presents the case the victim or the complainer would be favoured. 

I happen to be present at a case at the High court where the Magistrates spoke very rudely to two attorney at Law ladies. They were loaded with books related to past various past cases and judgements and had fixed the dates to present their cases in the High Court, but he was so rude he refused to hear even one word from them. He practically chased them out. This of course gave me the impression that he hardly read books of value regarding past judgements or he hares women who are capable and not corrupt.   

We had a country that could boast of QCs, eminent judges and honorable magistrates who never forfeited the prestige and the traditional judicial system. But today we are far behind since like any other government institution, our so called people’s representatives, the leaders of the political parties, the police departments, health ministry are infected with corrupt individuals.    

However Suganthika Fernando’s comments is the truth. She presented her comments not to disgrace the legal system but to rectify the damage created by various governments due to greed for power and money. If this system goes as the way the corrupt politicians rule the country there won’t be a Sri Lanka for the future generation. It’s unfortunate that the general public, mainly the hard working low income group of people are taken for a good drive by the uncouth politicians, It’s a shame that women organizations who delivered speeches about the cost of living and promising a better future at various meeting held on the International Women’s day are silent about the comments of this fearless Lawyer. 

These women who get their highly powered faces in the media, holding high positions in various government and private holdings, fashion are another bunch of heartless, and have no consideration to this country. A good example is the lady mayor who wants to spend about seven million for her toilet god only knows if she is dropping gold nuggets.

If we are to wipe out corruption, thuggery, murder, drug menace, rapes etc. there should be a collective consciousness. Nothing could be gained without the general public’s participation. It is being proved beyond doubt that this government will not keep its promises made in January 2015.They all fighting among themselves for power only.

We are being burden with tax, but only the ordinary man feels it, not ministers who sponge on us. An ordinary man must work 20 years to get a measly pension while a Member of Parliament gets a pay, petrol allowance, a house fully furnished, a cook, driver and a gardener beside contracts and commissions. And a pension for working or for messing up for 5 years.

However with all these difficulties it would be wonderful if all lady lawyers, and women of all organizations could support Suganthika  Fernando and work together to at least wipe out corruption in this judicial system. It would relieve the people from tipping or warming the palm of the crooks big and small.

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    Well aid, lady……

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      Ms Seneviratne,

      thanks for your efforts.

      But so long we ve been led by spineless – dishonest, leaders, we will never be able to see that justice system would have been implemented seriving the justice as we expected.
      Now even if few steps to forward have been taken, but that is just not even 10%. Independent committees are good thing, bu tin this country, ignorant and culprits masses would interpret in favour of them – would not bring us an inch forward be them with reforms to Legal system or other areas.

      That has been the culture this stupid dominated folks have been entwined from the day one. They just put the blame on the other ofr their release. They are very selfish would not even think of the situation of common man.

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      Barbara Seneviratne,

      “Attorney of Law Suganthika Fernando should be admired for her greatness, with no fear of the outcome from various quarters exposed the very poor quality of many of the judges, magistrate’ and court officials. Like all other government institutions the judicial system too is rotten to the very core of the justice ministry. From 1977 the judicial system was publicly stained with corruption from the very top to the peon. “

      6.2 million voters elected a new President, and he is corrupt too, and has earned the Titles of Traitor, Pathoyala, Sevelaya, and Prethaya by those who voted for him.

      Attorney of Law Suganthika Fernando and Nandana Kodituwakku are rare gems in a country full of corruption.

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    We now have an almost totally corrupt government, propped up by a tainted political judiciary.
    The common man is unable to obtain justice.
    Human rights activists who are lawyers are being branded as being ‘against’ the judiciary, to be deprived of the right to practice.
    The MPs are swallowing almost all of the national income.
    There is no hope for total justice in the foreseeable future.
    Very soon the national debt burden will be unmanageable.
    The future is bleak.

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      Justice: …”totally corrupt” government with props being only just “tainted” !! I say that is reason for lots of hope. Peoples elsewhere have corrected worse situations. There is not much bravado in mourning “future is bleak” . Take a stand. Support people like Sugandhika and Naga K. Money, deeds, information – or at least encouraging words ! – like Chuti Doo does below.

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    Sugandhika should be honoured and awarded

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    Since of late “Corruption”; “Waste”; “Mismanagement; “Abuses”; “Nepotism”; “Crime” (the list is too big to sate here)have become the “BUZZ” word of the people ranging from the First Citizen to the very bottom rank of the country. The most surprising and amusing thing is even those who are responsible, accountable , suspected and accused too are not only “mingling” but are engaged in “Active” participation in that ” Voice Against Campaign” to such a level, the ordinary citizen has become confused and delusive in distinguishing and differentiation between who is REAL and who is PSEUDO. On the other hand, this “CAMPAIGN and VOICE AGAINST” have become so mighty, the ordinary men and women who matter most in the “Deciding Against Role” are being “Bombarded” with all sorts of information, facts and figures, that are far remote to their thinking and analytical capabilities, in that, they – the ” Deciding Voice” ; have become an easy “PREY” to “PSEUDOS” resulting in the “REAL” being pushed out to a side street. This was clearly demonstrated in the February 10 Local Elections. FRUSTRATION and INCAPACITY to COMPREHEND are the correct words to be used to analyse that result. If the “REAL” involved in the “Campaign Against” goes about in the present “MODE”, there is no doubt that the “PSEUDO” will come out with a “BIG WIN” because for them it is a battle of “Life and Death”. So, in the larger interest, I appeal to that “REAL” camp to get ORGANIZED soon without wasting time and waiting for the moment to get engaged in the “Naming and Blaming” game, that too to be passed on to ordinary masses who obviously matter most in that “Deciding Machine”.

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      Douglas Man

      A vegetable vendor near my humble hut observed; In his younger days it was the unfortunate downtrodden which stole when there was nothing for them to eat. Now it seems the rich, well fed, well connected, well placed, ……… well “educated” steal, steal big, with impunity from large state and private institutions, … He didn’t understand why the rich crooks believe they are being too clever instead of being ashamed of themselves. Larger the loot is better for their reputation.

      Many in this island not only respect the crooks but also vote for them in elections. Some hope the return of the war criminals and crooks.

      I am sorry I am bit thick.
      I will have to meet him this Saturday with some points to continue our discussion. I need your help.
      Why do the rich think they need to steal left right and center to be in the competition and maintain their reputation as clever crooks?
      Speak to your bakery man and see if he knows the reason.

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        It’s called greed and people are born with it and it’s up to them to control it.

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        Blame the political party system. If you are IN everything is fine. If OUT, law comes after you.

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      Douglas man

      One more thing, the public racist and failed minister Achchige Patali Champika Ranawaka’s ministry has just signed an agreement with China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co., Ltd. to construct two mega underground storm water tunnels for the city. The cost is USD 321 million (RS. 5,800 million).

      The Chinese company which built Lakvijaya Power Station could not guarantee the smooth running of the plant and the state institution is incurring more costs to get it up and running properly on most on daily basis. Champika was responsible for the project. Yet the failed minister has been allowed to manage another project incidentally being constructed by a Chinese company.

      The contract should be evaluated by independent experts probably foreign ones. It seems transparency is lacking, this project was not in the public domain nor the contract. Is this man capable of managing any project apart from amusing his foreign diaspora supporters with extraordinary stories as history?

      Keep an eye on this man, whose ancestors invented Zero, might end up liberally adding few more zeros to the original cost.

      Seriously where do you find such crooks ending up running part of the state machinery?

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      Douglas man

      Here is another racist crook:
      Excerpts:
      Minister Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka yesterday said that he, too, received about Rs100,000 from tainted businessman Arjun Aloysius at the last parliamentary polls.

      Claiming that he didn’t spend money on his campaign, Fonseka said that the money was given to supporters of some other political party. Fonseka was addressing the media in Kandy after meeting the Mahanayake theras.
      island.lk
      30 May 2018

      Its like Clinton’s confession “I didn’t inhale”:

      “I’ve never broken a state law,” he said at a candidates’ forum. “But when I was in England I experimented with marijuana a time or two, and I didn’t like it. I didn’t inhale it, and never tried it again.”

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    All politicians in Sri Lanka intefer in judiciary..
    That is a danger we have now ..
    Judges do not have gutts

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    Dear Barabara,
    You briefly and bravely pointed out the current status of the judiciary in Sri Lanka. It is not judiciary has fallen off but in general all the institutions including law and order, parliament and the democracy completely fallen off apart. It is sad that our even our religious leadership are not bothered much about this fall because on the moral grounds that system also fall apart. While the whole world moving forward on civilization, our land goes backward on civilization. Humanity lost its power and Animal ism is returning back.

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    judiciary Stinks….sadly CJ and the top judges appeared to be least bothered. Public has lost trust with judges and judgement. very soon people will sort out their grievances outside judiciary.

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      Can they protest outside the court houses to get the message to the judiciary?

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    Since the exposure by Ms Suganthika, neither the Government or the Judiciary have made any effort to enquire into the detailed account given by her of the rampant corruption in the judicial system. The people of the country need to know the truth. Women politicians, women in the legal profession, women’s organizations and women who only seek the limelight will never come to the defense of Ms Suganthika. Very simply they don’t have the loyalty to the people of the country or the courage to do so. They are only feathering their own nests.

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    The recent comments made by Mrs Janet Shaddick who has spent nearly A$ 60 000.00 and had to make several trips from Australia to pursue their case against an accused who is a Politician should be an eye opener to all of us.

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    Barbara Seneviratne is bit hasty demanding “Clean Up The Judicial System”.
    Judgement is made on the case presented by prosecution. This is easily manipulated and worse, defence intimidated. (Of course this does not absolve the judges responsibility). An extreme example is the Egyptian prosecutor reading out a hundred names at a time and the Egyptian Supreme Court sentencing ALL of them to death without batting an eyelid.
    Reformists like the former New York Mayor recognise this sort of things as endemic.
    The world has to fight “New-Terrorism (NT)”. (In NT realm corruption/nepotism/impunity are legitimate).

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    AS ever one is complaining, as a fprmer CJ has apologized, there definiteluy should be a problem with the judiciary. Besides, it is common that Corruption cases of Politicians are transferred to judges friendly to them and Judges never decline to hear cases implying Conflict of Interests. I looks Judgrs are not really fair.

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    “Like all other government institutions the judicial system too is rotten to the very core of the justice ministry. From 1977 the judicial system was publicly stained with corruption from the very top to the peon. “

    Isn’t this the very reason why foreign judges and persecutors are a must if people are to see justice for the war crimes committed by the military at the bidding of politicians?

    “If we are to wipe out corruption, thuggery, murder, drug menace, rapes etc. there should be a collective consciousness. Nothing could be gained without the general public’s participation.”

    This is the major problem, the general wants selective justice when it suits them. Which is not possible either you have a just system or you don’t. There is NO on/off switch.

    “However with all these difficulties it would be wonderful if all lady lawyers, and women of all organizations could support Suganthika Fernando and work together to at least wipe out corruption in this judicial system.”

    This is not a women’s issue but a just cause for the benefit of all. So I see no reason why men should be bystanders. All men and women of conscience and honor should stand together for the common good.

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      Burt

      “Isn’t this the very reason why foreign judges and persecutors are a must if people are to see justice for the war crimes committed by the military at the bidding of politicians?”

      Some names come to my mind regarding foreign judges, observers, …….. , how about Desmond Lorenz de Silva who lives and works in the UK, Michael Wolfgang Laurence Morris, Baron Naseby , Dr Palitha T. B. Kohona, Chenicheri Vijay Nambiar, Chenicheri Satish Nambiar, N Ram, Col Hariharan, Dr Gota (foreigner), Basil foreigner, ………………………… ?

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    Shameful situation indeed! Each piece of elite and aspiring elite feel great pride at their ability to intimidate the struggling masses. Indeed there’s is a culture to prove to each other how skillfully adapt they are at screwing the small man. Then they uphold Sri Lanka’s identity is cultural ways (culture that came about through hard work of the masses in days of yore). They will stamp it in gold so future generations will remember what was once Sri Lanka. Creativity of the Lankan masses being thus destroyed; generativity of the motherland, to a zilch. All the while, the masses have to struggle through blood, sweat and tears in the Middle East to uphold the standards created by the fake and unnatural elite.

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      Ramona, This had been the story through the ages.Without harking back to years past, we should look into to our recent past.
      I believe that this is the story of the “captured” masses. This country had the captured masses servile mentality through the past years.

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        Oh no….this is not the story of Sri Lanka’s enduring 2,500 years of history. This is the story of the UNP, time and time again, working to uphold the colonial-minded elite, and of the masses going to the ME to fill in the monetary gap created.

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          Ramona, this govt had the best opportunity to exhibit their manliness, when the question the road in front of the Temple at kandy came up. They lacked the back bone.I hark to Gen Ne Win, who told the thuggish monks ” I am also a Buddhist, but if you create problems I will teach you a lesson”. He taught them a lesson, about 100 were buried. The backboneless politicians of both sides in this god forsaken country, will toe the line of a mad man.

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    Things must be really up the S*** Creek according to what have heard and read about Nagananda’s gripes and his fights with the Bar association.
    Has Geoffry and Arjun posted Bonus Cheques to any of these Judicial Dispensers as well, as they have done to the Yahapalana Dispensers in Kotte?…

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      KASmaalam K A Sumanasekera

      Are you disappointed you are left out of the bonus list?

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      KASmaalam K A Sumanasekera

      Were you part of the Caluadewage Cyril Mathew gang which torched the Jaffna Library on 31 May 1981? Did you see Dutta Gamani directing his arsonists on the ground? His sons might knok the full story. Approach them.

      Some believe torching this magnificent heritage was part of the process towards Genocide. What is your mate Bandula’s opinion on the burning of books and old Ola Manuscripts? Does he want to burn down the library once again?

      Have you ever known or met Mallawa Arachchige Gamini Jayawickrama Perera?
      Have you heard of Athula Wijesinghe?
      Find out if he knew where rest of the books are being store?
      Are you familiar with Hettipola area.

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    Its very well said. I doubt about the support from our women officers to Ms. Sugandhika, as they are selfish . All the politicians and political parties who led the country since 1976 are responsible for ruining our country. See the Media. No credibility. But politicized .The whole country from the 1st citizen are currupted .

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    entire judiciary system is corrupted and politically motivated as well as inefficient .in order to develop this corrupted nation first we need to have proper legal system without that how people come to invest and take risk. if any one thinks that we have proper judiciary system that is the biggest joke like Sri Lanka judiciary system.

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    Barbra Seneviratne,

    Although you state that the Judiciary was publicly stained from ’77, I respectfully differ as to my knowledge the Judiciary was stained from 1970 by Felix R D Bandaranayake and his erstwhile Sec Nihal Jayawickrema. Did you see the film Sagarayak Meda by Gamini Fonseka to remind you the past history?

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      gamini

      You are right.
      The rot in Judiciary started in early 1970s when the weeping widow and her merry men started asset stripping the country and ruled the plebs with draconian laws imitating China, Soviet Union, ………………

      What was Nihal Jayawickrema’s role in the destruction of Judiciary? Was it during early 1970’s the bribery commissioner was caught taking bribes?

      How are you? I noticed you rarely comment these days.

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    OMG….OMG….OMG. Where is our renowned PC and rest of the petty lawyers who were vouching for the corrupted fraternity.Please respond to this truly brave and honest Lady. Way to go Madam, “Hats off to you”. We need more people like you who have the integrity and guts to call “A spade as a spade” Thank You so much for your sincere efforts.. Please keep this up.

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    A judiciary which was under patronage of Sarath , Mohan and GLP. Nothing more to be said. There are countries where there is no civil rights, authoritative rule,pseudo democracy, nepotism,family dynasty and so on but still the System of Law seems to be intact or alive ( at times). As in case of Latin, South american, other SARC countries and even Venezuela. But what is happening in Lanka in past 10 years or so is unheard of.A ex CJ telling how he was partial and helped people to get away, another CJ working more as a government agent than CJ , one CJ being booted out in a unceremoniously, judges sharing bed with politicians, showing up for all kind of home parties,private functions and participating in election campaigns in support of the pay master, Looking for hookers and sexual favors,what more we need, to laugh at the system and feel pity for the citizenry.

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      This called the wonder of Asia for some rouges.

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    Barbara and likes of Ranjan Ramanayake must contribute in this web and rally support to form a hones political party that will clean up the country.
    Our judicial system is not fit for the purpose. Court cases being put off endlessly making the lawyers rich at our expence,at the expense of justice to people who seek … truly disgusting.

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    Suganthika must be honored. She has opened the can of worms and its the duty of the Yahapalana Govt to clean it up. It should start with the Attorney General’s Dept where politics is played. Then it should move on to the Judges. If we do not clean it up we cannot save our justice system from being hijacked by UN to appoint foreign judges for some cases. Over to you Minister of Justice and Minister of Law and Order. Although you two are new to the positions we do not see any changes, its the same old same old again.

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    Duwe Barbara

    Many thanks for bringing this most important issue to public discussion.

    As long as the judges and lawyers scratch each others back (this is what happens today) the average citizen can never expect a honest judiciary.

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    Of the Sri Lankan lawyers, the most corrupt are the Senior Lawyers and Presidents Counsel. They will not be employed in a developed western country Court of Law even to wash dishes.

    The sad irony is that these big time corrupt lawyers are spoiling the new young lawyers.

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    I am a lawyer.

    I know of lawyers who before the decision day go and see the judge in the Chambers.

    Some of them go empty handed. Some take presents with them some give judges money.

    This is highly unethical.

    I am saying this with utmost responsibility as this is currently happening in Hultdsdorf.

    This is corruption of the highest standard. As the judge listens to the lawyer and deliver the result that the lawyer had requested.

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    Ceylon Judicial system went corrupted, when Privy Council gave a verdict that Indian Pakistani Acts, which specifically stated a minority and infringed their right to live in Lanka, was well within the Section 29 of Soulbury Constitution. British Law Lords thought they are getting the Trinco Naval Port. But they didn’t
    The problem of Lankawe is not because JR became president, but because Britain implemented Universal Franchise.
    Barbara Seneviaratne is not shedding light new on anything but guiding the ignorant to get more entertained of further in UNP-SLFP’s farcical fights. (If one watch and read CT alone, they will notice an extremely high percentage of writers and commentators so worried about the others understanding a point. All what they attempt is with quip and riddle to try to appear to be petty brilliants and misguide others so that their position is safe. Barbara is not different in that but to blame JR not ready to explain why. She gives no damn about why the one followed JR was not willing to reverse what JR set up.) She hates Junius Richard but not Don Stephen. Like all other politicians, lawyers and other Maha Viyath, Barbara too taking her shares of fire from the burning house.
    She do not have to go to 1931, if she ask a simple question of why Ranjan is allowing Nagananda to put his axe in the cart of his; then Ranjan will know how to take forward the fight of cleaning, but not allowing all stray dogs sleep on his mat and spread ticks to all. (Ranjan is an UNPyer, Nagananda is JVP bent. Nagananda hopes if he loses election at least he can take over at least BASL leadership. Ranjan sees it as a cut throat organization. – so how and when they reconciled this?) What I am seeing is, the illegal lawyers BASL is coming through the right door to get Ranjan and he too will soon surrender to it.

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      Mallaiyuran
      Which planet are you in now. Aren’t you aware of the corrupt things happening in the country? Perhaps you are a paid cheer leader to the corrupt that are eating out of our country.
      Come on Barbara and come on Ranjan, the good people are behind you. One day we will put these rouges in Prison, that’s for sure. We know what is good or bad and we don’t want you to lecture us.

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    Native Vedda: Do I differ from what I say? NO…….No… Today, I saw an interesting posting in the Face Book. That video clip shows how the politicians who visited a constituency getting kicked and assaulted by the voters, of course that is not in S/L. I feel the time has come that to happen in S/L too. Why that should happen here? The people have patiently stomached every “Drama” played by these ROUGE POLITICIANS and expected the very least of them being severely dealt with by the Judiciary. But, alas, that too has FAILED. The very latest in this “Drama” is a “Prospective” Presidential “Hopeful”, heavily backed and sponsored by the “INTELLECTUALS” organized as “Viyath Maga”, issuing a public threat in an interview with a Sinhala Daily News paper, stating that he would “SEVERELY PUNISH” all those who make allegation against him once assuming power. The entire Law Enforcement community has got shivers through their nerves, including the Judiciary. How that has affected the Judiciary was shown during the few days back when a number of Judges declined and withdrew from hearing a case filed by this very “Prospective Presidential Hopeful”. Incidentally, I remembered to ask my “Bakery Maama” on your request. I had some “Juicy Stuff” poured, (that cannot be written here) into my ears. Unfortunately, he referred to the word”Mother” (Amma) of all these “Vagabonds” in the political field. I nearly got chased out of his business place, because he is very furious and disgusted not only of the politicians but also of the worst insulting even the “Buffalo” voter population. I withdrew fearing more harm than a fruitful dialogue. That was in a way the punishment you gave me, knowing what I would get in trying to oblige you. Thank you. NB: If you get a little time, pl. try an watch that “Video Clip” in FB.

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      Douglas man

      ” issuing a public threat in an interview with a Sinhala Daily News paper, stating that he would “SEVERELY PUNISH” all those who make allegation against him once assuming power. “

      It is not new the same National Hangman threatened the other public racist Sarath Fonseka with hanging if he was guilty. This public threat was issued in his interview to a foreign colonial media.

      The public racist Fonseka too warned his political opponents of being dragged all the way to Gall face green.

      Dr Gota repeating it is not new and he won’t stop it.

      The voters may like a tough leader to put the country back into order. With past history behind us we know tough leaders never delivered anything that they promised during hustings.

      Nandasena Gotabaya Rajapaksa is not going to be any different to other failed dictators. The Fascists of Italy bought the campaign spin, “Make the Trains Run on Time”. Evidence suggest Mussolini never made the trains run on time.

      The “Video Clip” in FB. must have taken place somewhere in India. I do not know whether such treatment would work especially on thick skinned political animals. This shows only the public anger but not a long term solution.

      Thanks for approaching your bakery mama.
      Today I sent my partner to shop vegetables. I am in hiding,.

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    Our Judicial System may have faults but so are systems the world over – just look across the Strait or at Myanmar.
    The comments by Attorney of Law Suganthika Fernando, ruffled feathers. Here lies the silver lining. The Lankan judicial system is willing and capable of self-cleaning. This is unique. No other pillars of GoSL possess this attribute.
    Incessant political interference (by both sides) has brought a rule by the corrupt/nepotism/impunity. Bridle this and see the result! Right now his looks pretty much impossible.

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    Fourth Judge in the Old Brother’s Prince FR petition has withdrawn his name from the judges’ list. If you call something as showing “Respect ” these judges’ behaviour is what it is.

    It is in that condition Sumanthiran has started his new campaign of asking UNHRC to extent the resolution 34/1 by one more year for Lanakwe complete its War Crime Investigation. Probably those judges might be Sumanthiran’s friends.

    Thero laughed, after Shangri La, as it was only Vaalaiththoodam Junior’s economic policy. He doesn’t easy laugh at them. Now he laughed. He has his own calculation. Other than that, there is Northstar anywhere in the horizon. ……… Four Judges………….. Four………… Judges……….. But, remember this too, Old Royals are not in power, now! Still nobody wants to be commit suite the way Kegalle Jayamanne did, I guess.

    Barbara is just joking about cleaning something.

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    If the Supreme Court judges are not prepared to hear the case against Gota, they should resign or should be booted out. Supreme Court be given all the powers. The presidents power to appoint judges should be withdrawn. If the judges are corrupt they should be dealt with according to the la,w. Don’t leave judges. At the mercy of our corrupt politicians who are uneducated.

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    Doea not these imply the judiciary not only as corruptly policitized but as also corruptly inefficient?

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