23 September, 2017

New Twist In Wasim Thajudeen Media Blitz

By Darshanie Ratnawalli

 Darshanie Ratnawalli

Darshanie Ratnawalli

Mahinda.info releases the original police report showing no time for torture

Mahinda Rajapaksa Information Center, Mahinda.info yesterday published a scanned copy of the original report filed by Inspector Damian Perera, OIC, Police Station Narahenpita on 2012 May 21, four days after the incidence which produced the body identified as Wasim Thajudeen’s in the burnt car registered in his name.

This report lists the initial evidence of the friends who last saw Thajudeen alive as well the first spectators at the site of the crash. The last person who saw Wasim Thajudeen alive, was Mohamed Sakeer Badurdeen (The name is written in Sinhala and is given in English as it sounds). Thajudeen dropped Badurdeen off at the residence of the latter at No. 15, Nihal Silva Mawatha, Kirulapone at 11. 50 or 11. 51 pm on 16 May 2012. One of the first spectators at the crash site Balendran Premananda of No. 74, School Lane, Wellawatte passed Shalika Grounds around 12 midnight on 16 May 2012 on his way to the Airport, Katunayaka and saw Wasim’s car on fire. He also reports seeing one person already near the car. According to the times on this report there was only about 10 minutes for the alleged abduction and torture of the victim to take place. The CID intimated to the Court on 27 July 2015 that they suspect murder followed by torture.

Wasim_Thajudeen_JThis initial Police report gives the evidence of the three friends who were the last people to see Thajudeen alive. They were Junadeen Mariana Rashmi de Silva, Chaminda Jeya Prakaash and Mohamed Sakeer Badurdeen. All three state that the three men Chaminda, Mohamed and Wasim drank two bottles of Old Arrack at the residence of Mariana Rashmi, the girlfriend of Chaminda Jeya Prakaash. According to Mariana Rashmi and Chaminda Jeyaprakaash, Wasim Thajudeen and Mohamed Sakeer came to Rashmi’s residence at 7.30 pm on 16 May when Chaminda Jeya Prakaash was already there. According to Mariana Rashmi and Mohamed Sakeer the company of the three male friends left the girl Rashmi’s place at 11. 30 pm on 16 May. However according to the statement of Chaminda Jeyaprakaash, Rashmi’s boyfriend, they left at 11 pm. From Rashmi’s rented place at Anderson Flats, Colombo 5, the three men got into Waseem’s car and drove to No. 36, Galhena Road, Gangodawilla, Nugegoda, which was the residence of Chaminda Jeya Prakaash. According to Chaminda Jeya Prakaash, he left Wasim Thajudeen’s car at around 11. 45 pm while Thajudeen drove off having expressed the intention of dropping off Mohamed Sakeer.

This Police report lists the testimonies of three spectators at the crash site. According to all three they were not the first to reach the site. There already were other people there when each of them reached the site. All three claim to have called 119. The notification from 119 reached the Narahenpita Police at 12. 55 am, nearly an hour after the spectators testify to have seen the crash and the fire.

Whichever the investigations on the exhumed body of Waseem Thajudeen goes, the issue of timing will prove crucial. Did Thajudeen’s friends, the last to see him alive give false times or did Inspector Damien Perera (still a serving officer in the Police force) falsify the times in the report?

Could the injuries detected on Thajudeen’s body be the result of a car crashing into the Shalika Wall with enough force to break it down especially if (as Mahinda. info reports) Thajudeen was not wearing a seat belt and the airbags of the car had failed to work? Could the forensic pathologists distinguish between injuries caused by a car crash and those caused by torture? Do the breaking of teeth, bone fractures, trauma from a blunt instruments and etc on Thajudeen’s body carry the unique and unmistakable imprint of torture to the exclusion of trauma associated with a car crash? The Government ministers issuing statements, Sujeewa Senesinghe for one seems not to be aware that there was an actual car crash.

This is evident from Senesinghe’s statement reported at Sirasa which contains the deputy minister’s puzzlement as to why Thajudeen did not get out of the car and walk away before it was devoured in the fire. This could be the result of not having seen photos of the crash site with the broken down Shalika wall. It could also be Senesinghe’s unfamiliarity with car crashes. The vast majority of cars that crash into walls with fatal consequences do not catch fire. Yet the occupants of these cars never get out or walk away due to the simple reason of being dead or unconscious or too severely damaged in their soft tissues.

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    One more point of observation is that of the engine that has come off the car. If the engine came off, due to the thrust of the accident, the tendency would have been for the engine to be propelled forward and would have fallen inside the drain and not on to the road on to the side of the vehicle. From the position of the engine, in relation to the vehicle, it appears the vehicle has been lifted and put inside the drain and while doing so the engine has come off due to rough handling.

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      In Sri Lanka, when one buys some gadget, one is warned to beware the “Duplicate”, or the “Local” (actually the “Local” is almost always made in some South Asian country like Thailand) and get the “Original”. Most things being made in China nowadays, it’s always considered sensible to consider the correctness of the language used if one wants to end up buying something useful.

      Since I never knew Wasim Thajudeen, and was nowhere near Shalika Grounds, and since this article goes against all else that is considered sane writing on the subject, let me examine it from that point of view.

      In the very first paragraph you have “incidence” instead of “incident”.

      The English is clumsy throughout. For example:

      “Whichever the investigations on the exhumed body of Waseem Thajudeen goes . . .”

      Shouldn’t that be “Whichever way . . . investigations . . . go. . .”?

      No, I’d be disinclined to believe something written so shoddily.

      However, this subject, murder most vile, is too important to disregard!

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      Darshanie Ratnawalli

      RE:New Twist In Wasim Thajudeen Media Blitz

      It was delayed by Govt institutions based on instructions of those in Power at that time- Mahinda Rajapaksa.

      Thajudeen case delayed by govt. institutions-Sister
      2015-08-13 10:07:27

      http://www.dailymirror.lk/83349/thajudeen-case-delayed-by-govt-institutions-sister-says

      Aisha Thajudeen, the sister of the popular ruggerite, Wasim Thajudeen, who died under mysterious circumstances, said that the case had dragged on due to delays on the part of government institutions.

      Speaking to Daily Mirror, she said the family has been avoiding the media with good reason, and that everybody should understand that no-one would intentionally remain silent when a member of his or her own family dies under suspicious circumstances. “It took one and half years for the Judicial Medical Officer (JMO) to discover the cause of death, and additional one and half years for the Government Analyst to deliver his report. So three years were wasted due to delays by government institutions. When it came up in January the case became very active, and I now have confidence in the CID.

      “The case was heard many times in court, but there was no cause of death given for one and half years. Then there was no support for us and I didn’t think it was the correct time for us to have got involved. But in the current political environment, and with the CID taking up the case, we know that something is going come right,” she said.

      Speaking about the long, silent battle for justice over the death of her brother, she said, “A case was filed immediately after the incident occurred, and I remember giving evidence at the first court hearing. When the judge asked me if I suspected anybody I said that the death was suspicious but that I did not suspect anybody because my brother had as many friends as possible.”

      She said that Thajudeen had no enemies and that he was a favourite with everyone.

      When asked about rumours that a former VVIP’s son was involved in the incident, Aisha refused to comment as the case was still going on.(Kamanthi Wickramasinghe) –

      See more at: http://www.dailymirror.lk/83349/thajudeen-case-delayed-by-govt-institutions-sister-says#sthash.WLchq7sc.dpuf

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    Good observation Columbo (played by Peter Falk). Keep it up.

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    Thajudeen was with Mariana Reshmi , Jeya Prakash and Bathudeen.

    Drank 2 bottles of Old Arrack before driving off.

    Assuming even Marianna consumed say 75 cc which is 3 standard drinks , the other 3 have shared 1325 ml or cc of 37 % proof Pol Distillate or Coconut Alcohol.

    3 standard drinks in an hour which is 75 cc take one over the legal limit of 0.5 Mili Moles per Litre limit .

    One loses the licence and cops a hefty fine if caught with anything over.

    Here the Driver of the vehicle had 1/3 of 1325 cc , which is nearly 450 cc of Alcohol in in system.

    He wouldn’t have felt any pain even if he was tortured..

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      Tsunamisekera

      Were you there? How much of kassippu did you consume?

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      KASmaalam K.A Sumanasekera

      Your fluency in finance is the envy of the third grade world.

      When did you qualify as a pathological killer to know all about pain threshold?

      Were you trained at Vavunia Joseph camp or 4th floor of CID?

      What is your favourite torture method apart from typing your moronic verses in CT forum?

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      You’re a poor excuse for human being. What a waste of the oxygen you breath…

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    Oh no haven’t we had enough of this postmortem on CT?

    Let the body rest in peace all you Leutenant Colombos’ . ( The star of the detective series )

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    Why isn’t anyone talking about the CCTV footage from laughs gas station? Few minutes before the incident which shows Thajudeen walking to road edge and looking both sides anxiously and then driving few seconds before the said crime……. This is a put up job(article) by those responsible behind his killing……. I guess justice will never prevail with corrupted fools who have power to do what they want

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    Darshanee;
    After long night Investigating, Craming and Thinking of your Article Now I FOUND THE CULPRIT WHO KILLED TAJUIDEEN!!!!!!!.

    yOU CAN NOW ELOBORATE wHAT IHAVE FOUND TO YOUR Malaccan Pirate Boss.

    Just Imagine The KING KEKILLEY’s Judgement.

    if there was NO Parapet Guard wall, Thajudeen is A;live Today!!!!.

    Now You must ask your boss to advice,the police to find out who built this Parpet brick wall along the road????.
    Give the punishment to the Contractor and Mason.

    THEY MUST BE HANGED FOR THE KILLING OF TAJUDEEN.

    SATISFIED?????????????.

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    according to the above report Thajudeen dropping off his friend at 11.50 pm and the first witness sees the burning at 12 midnight. So, there was only a gap of 10 minutes, and in this ten minutes could that amount of torture and planting his tortured body in the car and making the car crash into the wall be possible. Is this report correct or is there more to it than the eye meets.

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    Ratnawalli;[Edited out]

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    According to many CT comments MR and his son are guilty. Is this how we conduct criminal trails and convict people. Forget your prejudices and dislikes. Let us prove we are civilized and intelligent. Just look at the evidence dispassionately.

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      Harry Hatton

      ” Let us prove we are civilized and intelligent.”

      Forget it, I am still looking for both in Sri Lankans.

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    Mahinda.info releases the original police report showing no time for torture.
    considering the timing of this release speaks a lot…… reflects “no torture scenario” was back of the mind of the people concerned…. I am refraining from using the word “perpetrators” ……… jumping out through guilty conciseness of sudden development, particularly off the information of perfectly conserved exhumation ( according to forensic expert)……well before the forensic result of accidental death or death before the accident, shows all cause to believe us all timings in the above “defense” article had been corroborated to suit the fabricated plant of an “accident” – the concerned people did not want to waste time in defending someone in their desperation of no stones should’t be left unrolled in such an effort! Over to you all investigators!
    According to K.A Sumanasekera, all who related the timing in this “defense” article were under strong post alcoholic state and the those timing will be rejected in any courts!! Consumed alcohol for some …….

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    PLEASE PARDON FOR CORRECTION!
    instead of
    1. “jumping out through guilty conciseness of sudden development, particularly off the information of perfectly conserved exhumation ( according to forensic expert)”

    jumping out through guilty conciseness off sudden developments, particularly off the information of perfectly conserved exhumation ( according to forensic expert)

    2. “the concerned people did not want to waste time in defending someone in their desperation of no stones should’t be left unrolled in such an effort! Over to you all investigators”

    the concerned people did not want to waste time in desperation of defending someone and in their such desperation do not want leave any stones unrolled in such an effort! Over to you all investigators

    anyway meaning is same but for conviction of emphasizing
    thank you

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    Darshanie Ratnawalli
    [Edited out]

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    “he left Wasim Thajudeen’s car at around 11. 45 pm while Thajudeen drove off having expressed the intention of dropping off Mohamed Sakeer”

    This Police report lists the testimonies of three spectators at the crash site. According to all three they were not the first to reach the site………..some doubt should arise here
    “There already were other people there when each of them reached the site” who were these other people who did not bother to call 119, but All three claim to have called 119. There should be another doubt here!!
    The notification from 119 reached the Narahenpita Police at 12. 55 am, nearly an hour after the spectators testify to have seen the crash and the fire. a third all important doubt arise here regarding validity of OIC’s original report, who ever certifies it.
    It should be remembered that, all are happening now because of contradicting
    postmortem reports following the tragedy of a young life

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    Darshanie Ratnawalli, be careful.[Edited out]

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    Apart from all of these, Does torture require lengthy time;Torture is the act of deliberately inflicting severe physical or psychological pain and possibly injury to an organism, usually to one who is physically restrained or otherwise under the torturer’s control or custody and unable to defend against what is being done to him or her. Torture has been carried out or sanctioned by individuals, groups, and states throughout history from ancient times to modern day, and forms of torture can vary greatly in duration from only a FEW MINUTES to several days or even longer(THANKS WIKIPEDIA)
    The above “defense article” argues there is no any time for torture that could be equalized to a car crash………. why the torture should be the amounted to a car crash, unless it is planned. According to this article maximum of only 10 minutes was available if timings suggested are assumed correct, any one can die any time during the torture, even it can be at the beginning of an intended torture, not necessarily be at the end of torture, based on the strength and cruelty of it that can force the perpetrators to end such torture. 60 seconds X 10 min…… a fairly long to time finish the job and to transport either as planned or unplanned.

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    What about CCTV footage available from various sources on this issue ? Why no mention about finding his Wallet somewhere else far away from the accident site ? This is just a Red herring from the MR camp from this writer. Trace back her writings and you can come to your own conclusions.

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    Dharshanie – did you any visitors? Be careful – they are dangerous.

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    Dharshanie.I have come across many shills.Your articles during the past few weeks makes your action that of a shill.How much did they pay you for these write ups?

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    This is what you call prostitutional writing, paid for your time consumed in writing fairy tales!!!

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