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Suspect In Mel’s Murder Held For 48 hours; Questions Persist About Journalist’s Killing

The suspect in the murder of senior economic reporter Mel Gunasekera, Samson Joseph Anthony was produced before the Kaduwela Magistrate on Monday (3) and remanded into police custody for 48 hours more to permit investigators to interrogate him further.

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Anthony was arrested by police investigative teams from the Mirihana Police in Dompe on Sunday evening.

The former Journalist’s mobile telephone – a blackberry – was also recovered from the suspect’s possession. Police Spokesman SSP Ajith Rohana said that the suspect had been a painter at Gunasekera’s home about a month previously and noted that the entire family attends mass every Sunday morning. However, Gunasekera had been unexpectedly at home last morning and surprised Anthony when he entered the house through a window early Sunday. The victim had been stabbed with a kitchen knife that had been obtained from Gunasekera’s own kitchen, Police said.

Gunasekera was found stabbed to death in her home in Battaramulla in the early hours of Sunday (2) morning, and discovered by her parents and brother after they returned home from church.

She was 40 years old and Assistant Vice President of Fitch Ratings Lanka at the time of her murder. She had previously worked as a correspondent at the AFP’s Colombo Bureau and was also the founding editor of Lanka Business Online. Gunasekera also served on the business desk of the Sunday Times.

Mirihana Police held a press briefing today (3) to tell the public about how efficiently the murder investigation had been handled, with the use of sniffer dogs and CCTV and fingerprint evidence from the scene. Gunasekera’s neighbours had several CCTV cameras pointed towards the road and it is believed the suspect was captured on the film. The murder case was solved and the suspect arrested within about 12 hours of the killing, the police said.

However questions persist about Gunasekera’s murder that have not been raised due to the speed and efficiency of the police investigation and the arrest of a suspect connected with Gunasekera’s residence that was unrelated in any way to Gunasekera’s journalism career. Police have made it a point to note that Sunday morning’s killing had nothing to do with Mel Gunasekera the Journalist.

However the Colombo Telegraph highlighted in a story yesterday (2) that Gunasekera was the third business journalist to be targeted in what the police have repeatedly referred to as burglaries. In February 2013 The Sunday Leader journalist, Faraz Shaukatally, was shot by unidentified men and admitted to hospital. In August 2013 there was an attack on the house of the business editor of the Sunday Leader Romesh Abeywickrema, who was married to the Associate Editor of the same paper Mandana Ismail Abeywickrema. The couple subsequently fled the country. Reporting on Sri Lanka’s economy has become an increasingly risky profession as it often unearths allegations of corruption involving top politicians.

In light of these facts, the Colombo Telegraph has the following questions to pose regarding the brutal and senseless murder of journalist Mel Gunasekera. It is hoped that the autopsy into her death will reveal some of the answers:

1. The Suspect Samson Anthony has no prior record of crimes, according to the police report. Yet he was able to murder Mel Gunasekera by slashing her neck, despite being untrained and Gunasekera, by the police account, had struggled in her home before her death.

2. If a thief was observing the Gunasekera residence in order to break in and enter, would he not perform a reconnaissance mission before hand, just to double check that all the members of the family had left the house?

3. Slashing with a knife would result in a great deal of blood. Eyewitnesses at the scene said it had been a messy crime. Police reports said the suspect had washed the knife before he left the house and also changed his clothes. Do all robbers carry a change of clothes with them when they attempt break in and entry?

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    Another one of those stupid articles which makes no sense. Just because somebody doesn’t have a prior record doesn’t mean that the man will not kill for the first time. The Police clearly said that the murderer had worn the journalist’s brother’s clothes after the murder took place. I’m sure that the murderer did some reconnaissance, it’s really bad that the journalist came home late or early morning and had slept without going to church.

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      Did you ever wonder that perhaps the raised degree of suspicion has something to do with the prompt claims previously made by the higher authorities after several incidences: Lasantha’s murder; Trincomalee student’s murder; “zero civilian casualty” claim; and many, many more — why even the beating-death of a mental patient at Wellawatte beach! How many of the original claims by the Police/authorities have proved right? How many have been solved?

      Some pensive reflection on those lines may help you understand the relevance of the article.

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        Jarapassa brothers and cronies are economic HIT MEN – this is another of their crimes to harass and intimidate Business reporters who uncover the stinking corruption of the regime. This website is blocked in Sri Lanka today – so called Independence day – because paranoid Mahinda Rajapaksa wants to keep the Sinhalaya Modayas, modayas forever!
        There is NO RIGHT TO INFORMATION and web sites are blocked but the flag of the SInhalaya Modayas is flying high over an island of mass graves..
        Enjoy the Feb 4 CHINA DEPENDENCE DAY party!

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      Are the Police man who [Edited out]

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      Dinesh,
      Man with no record of crime (robbery) who lives in Dompe woke up at 4am and came to Battharamulle around (6am to 8am) to rob a house? Or slept near Baththaramulla previous night just to rob a house, he surely must be an amateur?? Has he taken anything other than the Mobile?
      First time robber cutting a throat of a WOMAN because of fear? Could SL kitchen knife cut a human throat???? You need $100 kitchen knife to do that…
      It will be interesting to see some feedback from Samson Anthony’s neighbors and previous customers about his character…
      Anura

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        What do you want to prove here. You mean to say SL kitchen knives can’t cut a throat of a person. What an illiterate argument is that? Have you never heard the robberies done by the people far away from the scene? To me its is quite common rather than the people in the same area to do. You think if somebody wants to do a robery, he will do it leisurely without any hard work. Didn’t you hear about CCTV footages of a neighbouring house which the family memebers have identified the paint bass?

        I am neither MR supporter nor a white painter to the government bad record of media killing. But we shouldn’t accuse anybody until the whole truth is revealed. Otherwise it has no different to cheap media usage. For the moment all the suspician have centered on this bas with some proofs as the media highlighted. In that case it is not fair to accuse the government yet. But, I admit there is a role in government in wiping out such killings.

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          “But we shouldn’t accuse anybody until the whole truth is revealed”
          Is the truth going to be revealed?? Ha ha… Keep waiting…

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    Colombo Telegraph is very quick to point the finger for every crime towards the Government. As journalists, you must remember that the first impression created by you in articles before the facts are fully examined, causes damage to the country. It is not easy to change first impressions created with bias. In the current situation faced by Sri Lanka it is traitors who should be taken to task for defaming the country. Don’t attack the rulers and think they own the country. They don’t. Until some of you learn to sift between faulting the country and faulting people to the detriment of the reputation that all of us Sri Lankans get painted with, I consider your total bias to be irresponsible journalism. You are supposed to be non committal and balance your reporting not cast aspersions. Having followed you, all of you are acting like criminal lawyers – all to one side. In Sri Lanka untrained journalists have done damage beyond repair and that is why you cause problems because there is no balance in your reports. Colombo Telegraph never has a good word for Sri Lanka.

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        What do you want to prove here. Didn’t you hear about CCTV footages of a neighbouring house which the family memebers have identified the paint bass?

        I am neither MR supporter nor a white painter to the government bad record of media killing. But we shouldn’t accuse anybody until the whole truth is revealed. Otherwise it has no different to cheap media usage. For the moment all the suspician have centered on this bas with some proofs as the media highlighted. In that case it is not fair to accuse the government yet. But, I admit there is a role in government in wiping out such killings.

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      CT may be anti-Government in almost all its articles but there is nothing wrong with that. That’s its editorial policy. It would be nice to see at least a few pro-government articles showing some of the improvements in the country, but if they don’t publish them, that is their right.

      However CT should not allow the Tamil diaspora to post endless critical comments under the guise of freedom of expression. CT’s agenda is democracy and rule of law in Sri Lanka but the diaspora’s agenda is vengeance and Eelam. My enemy’s enemy is my friend.

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        CT acts as if the diaspora cares about rule of law and democracy in SL, my a$$

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      Well, it is not journalists who cause damage beyond repair but the ruling Mahinda Rajapaksa clan. Whitevanning, attack on journalists, bribing journalists, attacking the independance of the judiciary, alligning itself with saffron robed thugs, failing to investigate crimes against minority religions and the list goes on. So please go and tell the government to do the right thing if you want our reputation to improve.

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      Hey Buffoon! go read the daily news and live happy. It is useless coming to this site and writing crap about the site. If you did this on any other Rajapakshe owned or controlled site (You would not know about such things as they don’t exist in your world) your comment will go straight to the dustbin. As for all the idiots who think CT or anyone else should wait for the facts before jumping to conclusions. This must be the Jarapakshe talking point of the day. Go out and sound lawyerly by bringing up the so called facts. As for us Yakkos we have been around the block too many times to even listen to your stupid arguments. We know the mentality of the big man and his clan well enough. We know his cards and yes he owns Sri Lanka until he is kicked out after much blood shed and a country gone to ruins. Of course in your world it is CT that is doing damage to the country. What absurd nonsense!

      No paint bass will go rob a measly Rs1200.00 and cut a persons throat to kill while discarding her blackberry after retrieving its battery because he did not know what to do with it.

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    Think this suspicion is baseless.

    The suspect took clothes from the house. She was believed to have been asleep when the rogue entered. May not have noticed that not all the family had left. The family supposedly identified the suspected leaving the house.

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    from the CCTV footage.

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    But didn’t the initial police briefing say that it appeared to have been done by a group and not a single person? What happened to the rest? This man could have come to meet the occupants of the house if he had been working there earlier. If he is coerced and tortured by the police (as it usually happens) he would obviously admit to the crime.
    It is interesting to find out, whether Mel Gunasekera was a freelance journalist and was commenting on the economic / business matters under some other name.

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    We need to wait until parents of the victim makes their version. I cant rely on police statements. At the time Duminda Silva ´s head so serious head injuries were shown on national TV, there was nobody that could go against those medical source data, but today, I am very doubt, that Duminda was at all seriously hurt by those shootings. Lately, he could remind almost everything that MR had spoken immediately after he was reelecated as the president…. how come ? Can anybody add anything regarded to Duminda ´S so called head injuries please…. ? Today, Hirunika and Dumidas are both supporting president… ? What a world ?

    People wake up – we are living a world that Rajapakshes make us believe – for me, these Rajas are far abusive ones I have seen nowhere.

  • 7
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    Something is clearly wrong….. Mr.painter man enters the house from the backyard and is surprised to see the lady. When she screams at him, he grabs a kitchen knife on the table and stabs her. Wow! So the kitchen knife was conveniently placed on the table for the killer? Then our painter man as cool as a cucumber washes the knife and changes his clothes. He wears her brother`s cloths and walk out as if nothing had taken place. Now that sounds more like a job of a serial killer than a painter who had come to steal some cash!

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    Too early to comment on the arrest of the alleged suspect.
    Mel was the founder editor of Lanka Business Online. The suspect is apparently known to her as he was employed thier as a painter and he is marrried with kids.

    It is hard to believe this guy taking a knife and brutally cut Mel’s throat, just to steal her mobile phone and rupees 1,200.

    More like anney nona…

    The police say he chnged in to her brothers clothes, but there is no report of whether they have recovered his blood stained clothes?
    but they found the betel leaf he left behind.

    “When we examined the video footage we found that a man chewing betel and wearing a yellow shirt and a light blue denim leaving the area a short while later wearing a black trouser and a blue shirt,” he said. “We found the betel he had left behind. “

    They also found his finger prints every where in the house. Of course he was employed to paint the house?

    Why would the Govt want to kill an innocnet business journalist, running up to Geneva?, unless of course she was giveng AFP the real state of the Sri Lankan economy

    so too early to comment….

    on a lighetr note…

    the police have warned people to take precautions when they hire painters and masons and carpenters.

    Never mind you can elect murderers and thugs to parliamanet

    we await what the brother and the parents of Mel have to say.
    we await what the alleged suspect has to say
    we await what the alleged suspect’s family has to say

    if at all they are indeed allowed to speak openly

  • 5
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    This s nothing other than politically motivated murder and we all should vehemently condemned without any delay. This is the true nature of dictatorial and fascist rule in any undemocratic country. Today or tomorrow we must bring all the culprits to the place they belongs.

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    On the surface seems a open and shut case.CCTV seems to be the bane of some criminals.If not for that this fellow would not be apprehended.I remember a muslim businessman who was killed by his best friend who was identified on CCTV.We have to give the government the benefit of the doubt in this case.However the government has only itself to blame if initial suspicion falls on it because 15 journalists have been killed since 2005 and so many beaten up mercilessly and more than hundred fleeing the country due to its war on the media.

    Every action in this world has a reaction they say.That is why Lord Bhuddha cautioned all of us the importance of our actions.The governments action against media is the reaction we have here.The rajapakshes and 99% of sinhalese are bhuddhist by name only.Their actions have resulted in reactions including a devastating civil war.

    It is time the sinhalese decided whether they want to practice bhuddhism or ditch it altogether without this farce going on.If they decide on the former i see a bright future for this country.IF they decide to continue to call themselves bhuddhist just to show the world they have a religion then i see a dismal future for this country.Darkness or sunshine.Follow the bhuddha’s teachings or not.choice is theirs.

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      right sinhalese are extremely wrong and barabric, but does the tamil diaspora take the responsibility and be accountable for sustaining LTTE, sustaining war and prolonging human suffering?

      If you didnt collect funds by way of credit card frauds and even temple collections the war wouldnt have dragged that long killing many people.

      Had not for the LTTE you wont see a MR or a GR in office today.

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        ‘sinhalese are extremely wrong and barabric,’

        sach,i did not say so,don’t put words in my mouth.I have been in and out of sinhala homes since childhod,and i would not have entered caves of barbarians and enjoyed myself so much.My point is the religious aspect.Sinhalese are not making any effort to practice their religion whereas others are practicing in some way or other.

        Hundus go to temple and do poojas and various rituals.Christians go to church and observe other things too.Muslims practise what is in the koran.You people have only the bhuddha’s teachings to follow but you are not even making an effort to follow those teachings but claim that you are bhuddhist.Lord Bhuddha did not say to go to any bhuddhist temple and do any rituals or have any need for god etc.He was focused totally on our inner self and he wanted us to attain enlightenment just like he did by following certain principles in life.So my point is while others are at least practicing some of what their religion wants them to you are not doing it at all maybe because it has been dumped in the too hard basket.Islam is also a difficult religion to practice but muslims are doing it,why can’t you?You will become the most civilised human being in the world if you do.The bhuddhas teachings if followed elevate one to a much higher plane than others who don’t.That is why it is the best religion of all.Sometimes i wonder whether it is a religion or a philosophy,because my understanding is a religion is something to do with god,but there is no mention of god by Bhuddha.

        As for your usual tirade against the tamil diaspora,go through my previous comment and read bout what i said actions and reactions and why Lord bhuddha cautioned us about following the right actions.Do you think the 56,58,77,81,83 riots where even babies were thrown into boiling tar barrels and hindu priests burned alive are the right actions of people who call themselves bhuddhists. Prabhaharan and the LTTE was a creation of these wrong
        actions because as a child when he was a child listening to the elders talking about the priest in panadura being burned alive he had chipped in saying why are we not fighting back.Later on in an interview he said that was what stuck in his mind and made him decide that tamils must fight back.That is why i told that every action of ours has a reaction just like in physics,human interaction is quite similar.If we give love we get love,if we give hate we get hate back.Love your wife and she will love you back,treat her badly and she will give you back one day what you deserve to get back.Nothing wrong with the woman for that.

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    There seems to be an unlimited supply of Delinquent Monks, PS Chairmen, Deserters, Drug addicts, Masons and Paint bass’s at the govt disposal to attack places of religous worship, rape foreigners, attack journalists, steal swords and artifacts, dig for treasure, bump of opponents, abduct people etc.

    What happens afterwrds is important. No arrest, Case settled amicably with a little arm twisting, Case drags on for years and is withdrawn by AG, Presidential Pardon, Criminal is bumped off, Criminal escapes to foreign country with official passport etc.

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    The police are boasting about how they caught the suspect within hours.Why didnt they do the same thing when Lasantha Wikrematunga was killed.

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    CT has become a vulture. There may be some who swallow the theories of Colombo Telegraph, vas it suit them.

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    The chances that if this painter found Mel’s presence would have been to give some excuse as he is known to her to have left the place without killing her, because he has no previous Criminal Record. Is it that the perpetrators found this man to be a perfect cover to commit the murder and blame it on him, who may also have worked as painters along with this guy? Reading news of the killing, what is obvious is the need to Murder more than a Robbery.

    MORE ON THE MURDER

    According to news in the DM today it is said the suspect has walked through the front door which was not locked. There are four dogs that have been barking non stop and the screams heard by the neighbours. Further the suspect possibly caught in the CCTV of a neighbour. Was that CCTV do surveillance on Mel’s house or of the owner’s? If the neighbours heard screams and the sound of the dog’s barking, looks strange why they did not probe as they would not have had to wait long for the family to return from Church, maximum an hour and the neighbours would have seen the suspect and possibly apprehended him.

    POINTS TO PONDER
    At a time the MR Govt is cooking up statistics to show Foreign Donor Agencies a rosy picture of the country’s economy, to help obtain further funding to the MR Govt, was Mel Gunasekara working for Fitch Ratings and AFP a stumbling block?

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      As it was the case with Duminda, nothing will come to surface so long they have men every corner to hide anything.
      This is the ground reality – but the gawky folks are miles away from getting it.
      This man MR is a curse – C-U-R-S-E !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Even in Nuremberg clinical trial people were not abusive to this abysmal manner…

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        Even in Nuremberg Clinical Trial people were not harrassed to this abysmal levels

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    If he had come to burgle the house he would surely have taken a lot more items than just a Blackberry mobile phone. Any information on the other items he had taken? Otherwise, the story presented to the public smacks of conspiracy.

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      Sammy,

      Don’t be too sure, the Police might give a long list of things removed like at Mandana’s, including Gold Jewellery the Police had recovered of which most of was disclaimed by Mandana.

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    Convenient scapegoat! Maybe the poor man will be killed whilst attempting to throw a grenade at the police.

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    1. The Suspect Samson Anthony has no prior record of crimes, according to the police report. Yet he was able to murder Mel Gunasekera by slashing her neck, despite being untrained and Gunasekera, by the police account, had struggled in her home before her death.

    2. If a thief was observing the Gunasekera residence in order to break in and enter, would he not perform a reconnaissance mission before hand, just to double check that all the members of the family had left the house?

    3. Slashing with a knife would result in a great deal of blood

    Ha Ha Ha . what a bunch of idiots . proves just because you can run a website it does not prevent you being first grade morons .

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    It is indeed sad to read the arguments put forward by anti-Govt protagonists writing to the CT in their attempts to try to create disharmony and mistrust by finger pointing every tragic event that happens in Sri Lanka as being due to the Rajapakse Govt.
    One can very well also suggest that all the negative stuff is being created by anti-Govt propagandists in the run-up to Geneva.
    Any attack on journalists is considered to be by the govt….even the fact that the killer in this particular case has been recorded on CCTV is insufficient evidence for these folks. The fact that the attacker had changed his clothes is being queried in this CT report even though it has been clearly stated in print press reports that the man changed into clothes belonging to the victim’s brother (an occupant in the house). CT questions why the man brought a change of clothes!!!
    Why don’t you people who live on gossip and bad-mouthing just let the law enforcement authorities get on with the job now that the killer is in remand?
    Think how all this must be for the family…
    The kind of gossip that is on CT is a really poor reflection of Colombo society’s mind set wherein political dissension and partisanship overrides everything and there is no humane compassion. Political one-upmanship over the Govt.seems to be all that counts. What a world we live in today!

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      Are you the Ladduwahetty who got a first class in Zoology from Prof Bufo Fernando?

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    So Ladduwahetti has got offended that many have doubts about Mel’s murder. Where was this Ladduwahetti when other Journalists were attacked by goons and some killed. Did he pass judgement then condemning? No. Only now he opens his mouth to defend the Govt.

    Ladduwahetti, you better delete the letter L and replace with a P to suit you better.

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      Gamini – Get real. Apart from getting personal you don’t have much to say.
      For one thing – Would your suggestion for changing my name contribute anything as far as this terrible murder is concerned?
      For another – passing judgment is a matter for the Courts.

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        You are referring to the Courts that set Chandana Kathiraaratchi and many a murderer free and a Judiciary unable to summon murderers like Duminda Silva, dragging their feet on Sheik Khuram’s murderer and a Police force unable to do anything on the murders of Lasantha, Planter Nihal Perera where Mahipala Herath is involved and others including near killings of Faraz Shauketley and Mandana Ismail?

        In short the Judiciary and the Police have such a track record and you want us to await their verdict.

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          Gamini – You are presumably setting yourself up as a better judge than the Courts!

          The Courts and Police need real evidence, not someone’s imaginary constructs….
          Whatever their shortcomings,the Police needs real evidence, NOT some wild and imagined stories. If you have “solid evidence” re this murder please take it to the Police.

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            For your information the Public are better Judges as to what has taken place in this country than the Courts and the Police who cook evidence to convict someone while allowing the culprits to get away.

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            So you naive people are in the view that lanken judges and courts are currently functioned to the very same manner it was years ago ?

            How come the police to react that efficent (perhaps, quicker than the british, or German police) in Mel´s murder, while they did not even take it serious at the time Sunday leader war gunned down on broard day light, in a high security areas where forces were also not far away from the place where incident occured ?
            Lasantha´s wife had reportedly added that no signs of progress were made even if she repeatedly asked authorities to do the due.

            As Gamini and few others still feel, I am also doubt about so called ostensibly prima facie evidence in terms of Mel´s killer.

            This is comparable to their so called open press briefing sessions with the access at least some cross questions to be made, but none of them being seen appearing on the media today… this was clearly seen in CHOGEM sessions, I myself noticed those critical responses to alarming questions were subsequently blocked by them.

            And most importantly, the versions of ministers that add to local and foreign media are distinquishably varied- SPECIALLY- these days.

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              In future all criminal cases should be judged by the public, and perhaps sentencing also should be by the public? Great!!

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                You can be assured that there will be fair play rather than the injustice dispensed by the servile Cheap Justice and his catchers.

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    This is classic example of how media freedom is abused.. Without any evidence they pass judgement. Even a criminal is innocent until he is proven guily. I had some respect for CT but i have lost it now. It is as other newspaper playing cheap politics. All newpapers have p become cheap tabloids.

    You look out to a news papers to get correct reporting not to create doubts. One cannot give freeodom to those who cannot use it responsibly. This is a good example. Very dissapointing

    This sort of reporting and absurd comments made by the readers show how irresponsibl and deprave we are as a nation

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    What I can’t understand is why he should travel all the way to Battaramulla from Dompe to burgle a house. Aren’t there any homes ‘burlerable’ in between. Just thinking out loud.

    Aman

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      Aman,its in the genes.His ancestors traveled all the way from orissa.

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    The Bass did it as per the Island editiorial
    http://www.island.lk/index.php?page_cat=news-section&page=news-section&code_title=42

    According to the Island all murders in Sri Lanka are comitted by bass who are hired to do odd jobs.

    DOne the Tamils, the Muslims, the Christians, now lets target the bass

    Basses of Sri Lanka rise up and lay down your tools in protest.
    On the other hand if you lay down your tools the Chinese will come over with their cheap labour and tools

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    So the Dog’s followed the scent from Battaramulla to Dompe ?

    He had no prior criminal record how did the police find him so quickly ?

    Ok some one identified him from the CCTV footage, he could have come to pick something up that he had left behind or get a balance payment or even been simply walking past looking for another job in the neighborhood?

    I don’t think this is an open and shut case but the speed at which the government lackey press and reached a verdict adds to my suspicions !

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    This is one of the post modernists games. Well planned and well executed. However there are several threads hanging loose for all to see and seen they have been by those observing the scenario. A good try but this kind of game simply will not work.

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