26 October, 2020

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Thajudeen Murder: Former Narahenpita Crimes OIC Received Calls From Presidential Secretariat

Ex OIC of the Narahenpita Police, Sumith Perera had received several phone calls from the Presidential Secretariat on the day ruggerite Wasim Thajudeen was killed, State Counsel informed the Courts today.

Wasim Thajudeen

Wasim Thajudeen

Earlier, the Colombo Additional Magistrate gave permission to the CID to obtain the phone records of the police officer. The State Counsel also informed the courts that the CTTV footage which was obtained showing the staged ‘accident’ will be sent to the British Columbia Society of Laboratory Science for a detailed analysis.

Subsequent to the findings produced to the Colombo Additional Magistrate, the Magistrate ordered that both Perera and former DIG Anura Senanayake be further remanded till August 10,due to their alleged involvement in concealing evidence with regard to Thajudeen’s murder, in which two sons of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa are accused of having a hand in the murder.

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  • 66
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    Why don’t these cops and military officers speak out as everyone knows the uneducated family giving the orders?
    Save yourselves you donkeys the filth will never return to office?

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      Dear Ex OIC of the Narahenpita Police, Sumith Perera RE: janaka comment and advice.

      “Ex OIC of the Narahenpita Police, Sumith Perera had received several phone calls from the Presidential Secretariat on the day ruggerite Wasim Thajudeen was killed, State Counsel informed the Courts today.”

      “Save yourselves you donkeys the filth will never return to office?”- janaka

      Yes. MaRa MaRa ChaTu MaRa AmaNa MaRa DhushaNa MaRa will not get back to office.

      Have your ethics and tell the truth. That was you can die in peace.

      It is not worth lying and dying for MaRa , the modern re-incantation of Mara.

      You can sing the Jaya Mangala Gatha then, to clean yourself of MaRa.

      Jaya Mangala Gatha-Verses of Auspicious Victory (rare Pali version)-Buddhist Chants

      Uploaded on May 21, 2011
      Based on the Book of Protection (Paritta Sutta) from the Pali canon, the Jaya Mangala Gatha is sung here in a rare recording by the Mahabodhi Society of India in original Pali. The Jaya Mangala Gatha is a chant recommended by the Buddha to destroy negativity and to generate auspiciousness. It proclaims the 8 major victories of the Buddha which are:

      1) Victory over Mara, Maa MaRa ChaTu MaRa
      2) Victory over the demon Alavaka, Gotabaya
      3) Victory over the wild elephant Nalagiri
      4) Victory over serial killer Angulimala
      5) Victory over the evil intentions of Cinca who sought to defame
      6) Victory over the haughty brahmin Saccaka
      7) Victory over the serpent king Nandopananda
      8) Victory over the false views of Brahma Baka

    • 21
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      Why does this take that long ?
      How many more days Thadjudeen s mother has to suffer ?

      Is that because alleged murderers MR offsprings ? why the law seems to be that partial ?

      Why these double standards ?

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        two (edited out)s have ‘thumbed down’this comment?Lol. So they both can be amongst following. MR,GR,BR, SR, NR, YR,or RR Of the Rajapaksa Junta or any one from MAAGE KIRILLI family.because none even with an iota of human quality can do that.

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          Jaya niyathai, whoever whatever would be added, nothing will change against the final verdict – they have to accept the buggers Rajaakshes have killed not only the focused Sportler but also several others for their joyce… that is how they loved this nation.
          Punnaku eaters will go pada yathra, but the days ahead of us will reveal a lot. No doubt about that.

    • 6
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      These two police officer’s will never tell the truth…they have received blood money..but CID investigators should more starter to bring all evidence to prove the actual killers..will have to wait and see..

    • 2
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      well said Janaka ,Uneducated (lol), I have no doubt the next supreme court judge being Gnanasara , he can scratch his balls and give the verdict!

      • 0
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        Roy –

        Janaka is refering to the “uneducated family” and the wheels of justice here are rolling, slow we know, but for sure it is. Feel a lot of you guys who comment here to be living on foreign soil, so be patient and give the new government some time.

    • 0
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      May all the gods be the side of Thajudeen – in terms of revealing all the bits and give the family due justice..

      Why cant the state procecutors interview the Ex Chief JMO Dr Samarasekara in contradictory items ?

      Ex-JMO’s interim report and the so-called ‘Addendum’ contradicts each other: Colombo Chief JMO Dr. Ajith Tennakoon Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Colombo Chief JMO Dr. Ajith Tennakoon said that Dr. Samarasekara former Ex JMO produced three reports to explain the cause of death.
      “He produced what was called a preliminary report, then two years later, another interim report and another report called an ‘Addendum to the interim report’ after the exhumation of the body.
      “Now, the problem here is that the interim report and the final report had totally different opinions. So, he has changed the entire conclusion in the interim report to what was produced in the final report.

      “He terms it a so-called accident, when what exactly had happened is a murder. Because it is clearly shown that the injuries which were caused wouldn’t have taken place with such intensity if it were an accident.

      “If he had given his opinion at least in the interim report, there would have been no need to produce another final report. The report I produced was after the body was exhumed and it was done alongside Dr. Jean Perera and Dr. Hewage.”

    • 0
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      Thajudeen was murdered and spread as it was not a murder.
      Those who did so are still under investigation. Why the current authorities fail to get the information properly is the question- that we all wait to know if not today tomorrow.
      Those men handled it to be not a murder should deliver as to why they lied – today or tomorrow, they have to.
      In the mean time, former president s office to have held contacts with the murder related men in this regard prove it black and white the way it should have been plotted. So entire world inlcuding UNHRC is watching us the way lankens as promised how they move forward with the investigations.
      But by Septempber not even a Dozen of high crimes have been cleared by local authorities. Ag though newly appointed but the verdicts of many to stay stagnated will be examined by world counterparts. They will question, even if predominatnely grass eating lanken average would not do so – why the investigations took that long even if PRIMA FACIE Or the like evidences are at the disposal.
      Why not the lanken parties seek the assitance in order to prove the transparency and unabiaseness :: all these they have to bring before the UNO in September.. rulers or anyone can fool the gulliable folks bu tnot international communities easily.

  • 20
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    This is like the mega Indian drama series. Suspense and then nothing happens and the series goes on

  • 30
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    Namal and brothers should be in jail.

    • 18
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      Father and his brothers too?

      • 2
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        Why not hang Batalanda for his role in killing thousands of innocent youth after torturing. The committee that investigated, recommended that civic rights of Batalanda should be stripped. But this guy going around as if nothing happened.

  • 27
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    Another serious thing that must be investigated is that It is illegal to tap the private telephone conversations of any Sri Lankan citizen without a Court order. We do not have to make excuses that we the nation don’t use such technology. Use it against the real criminals following due process. It has been illegally used by the MR government to listen in on its citizens/ opposition politicians as well. Going to extents of bugging homes and offices in some cases. Please investigate the Rajapaksas for this.

    Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructure Minister Harin Fernando had touched on the issue in the Dailymirror “Countrywide Wifi facilities from November” of the previous government having spent $150,000 on equipment used to tap any telephone conversation. (Only! And apparently still in its original packing! And to be returned to the unnamed company who sold it to us)

  • 30
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    This is what happens when the foolish Sri Lankans elect a criminal thief to be their president.

    • 0
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      Piranha –

      MR was not a criminal or a thief initially. He and all his kith and kin became corrupt after the war victory, as the people began to show their gratitude, they virtually flocked to worship him in public often, it was such a brutal war, so one cannot help that mentality of Sri Lankans too, if you lived here during that time, you too would agree with me here. And Sri lankans are not foolish, as you say, I believe they waited for the right time to chase the rogue and his hell-bent family away.

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    will poor old thajudeen be exhumed again? exhume again, have the election, dump him and break more bones……nice episode for a ataka nataka

  • 11
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    Take even 100 years and bring the culprits to justice. Truth shall prevail.

  • 10
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    The Family of Wasim Thajudeen wants the investigations expedited and the culprits of the murder be bought before justice. What is important is WHO GAVE THE ORDER (CONTRACT)??? TO TORTURE AND MURDER THE STAR RUGBY PLAYER. We all know the murder of towering judicial stalwart justice Sarath Ambepitiya. The judgement in the case of Ambepitiya from the time of murder was below 8 months.

    Ambepitiyas case was fast tracked and murderers have been given death sentence. Will Thajudeens case be fast tracked!!!!! Any comments.

    • 3
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      No, Thajudeen’s case wont be fast tracked. That is my gut feeling.

      Somebody powerful in this government is holding up the case in my view!

    • 2
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      The “Thajudeen Murder case” is a more complicated one compared to the “Ambepitiya Murder Case”.

      The perpetrators of the Thajudeen murder were high profile individuals of the “Jarapakse Regime”, hence threading cautiously and assimilating all evidence and like what Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe said whilst being interviewed by a Singaporean TV channel, the evidence should be 200% and a CONVICTION is a MUST at the end of the day.

      Leaving even a crevice open for the accused to get away would not bode well for the Prosecution in general and the Government in particular.

      All Hell could break loose if these MURDERERS are Acquitted and Discharged at the end of the trial, for which the Government may have to pay a BIG price.

      The Prosecution should leave no stone unturned and ensure that all the evidence is presented and put the culprits behind bars from where they would never return.

  • 3
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    GOOD COMMENT MUDSON CHEERS^^.

  • 11
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    I saw in today’s dailymirror where the JVP says that there are deals bitween Ranil Wickramasinghe the prime minister and the Rajapakse’s so, this must be also another deal to go on dragging the case. It’s a real shame if the prime minister has a hand in this to cover up

  • 3
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    Who had the major stake in the Thajudeen continuing to live:the Rajapaksas or some petty officers of the police? The govt. must view this case in the most careful manner and discretely and get on to the other crimes of these Rajapaksas. They should end up in the places where the other criminals do. It appears that there are other important cases against them to be dealt with. The govt. must waste no more time in bringing these criminals to justice. Bensen

  • 2
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    If there are convincing evidence why is it taking so long to name definite suspects. From time to time some pieces of evidence make some headlines without any context or a complete picture. I think courts should ban media publishing pieces of evidence when there is no clear picture of the full story. It is an injustice for everyone.

    I am sure there is something related to ex govt, but what is the point in giving publicity for single pieces of evidence without full picture. This gives the impression the case is not strong.

    Even the Lasantha case, the headlines showed “a suspected identified”, but it did not say the suspect was in fact a man who had apparently threatened someone and probably not the one killed him. These sort of half baked reporting should be regulated.

  • 0
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    Good to know previous presidential secretariot had people who can talk on the phone. The current lot speaks words that people can’t hear and takes action peoplet can not see or benefit from

    And she’s buying a stairway to heaven

  • 2
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    According to the Article 7, UDHR, All are equal before the law. It seems some are above the law in Sri Lanka

  • 0
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    We all know the men who are responsible for Thajudeen’s murder. We also know that Sirisenna doesn’t have balls to punish them and Ranil is too cunning and mysterious to be trusted. End result would be nothing will happen to the criminals & and the men who ordered this crime.

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