16 November, 2018

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Transferred LTTE Suspect Died In Hospital

By Colombo Telegraph –

A LTTE suspect, who was transferred from the Vavuniya prison to the Mahara prison following the turmoil at the Vavuniya prison, has died today.

The 29 year old inmate, named Ruban, had been charged for his alleged involvement with the LTTE.

He was receiving medical treatments at the Prison hospital for a fractured arm but later he was transferred to the Colombo North Teaching Hospital following a breathing difficulty.

In the aftermath of the turmoil at the Vavuniya prison, 28 inmates were transferred to the Mahara Prison by the Department of Prisons. Out of the 28 inmates who were transferred, ten are presently receiving treatments at the Prison hospital while four inmates have been admitted to the Colombo North Teaching hospital.

 

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    I hope that there will be a judicial inquiry and postmortem examination – findings of which should be made public – these will show cause and manner of death.
    Was a dying disposition recorded in hospital – the JMO who would have been notified of the admission, should have recorded it if he diagnosed impending death of the patient. This was done in the old days. Is the Bedhead Ticket safe?

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      The regime is hatching conspiracy theories about the diaspora involvement in the vavunia prison conflict to cover up its barbarity. Keep watch for more conspiracy theories to cover up regime failure in Lanka!

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    Why this guy did not take the Cyanide capsule at the end of the holy war as claimed by Rayappu.

    Anyway, they were planning a Prison break out. Anyway, at that time he would have been shot.

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      If he is a civilian and did not belong to LTTE, then he would not be wearing the cyanide capsule? So he is innocent and no necessity for him to plan a prison escape??

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    I am a Tamil. I hate Prabaharan and his LTTE. But what happened here is a crime – the death of this inmate is a brutal crime. He has been murdered by the security forces and prison guards in the prison. Will anyone be punished? ‘Yes’ in a civilised country, but ‘no’ in the disgraceful nation of Sri Lanka.

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      operation ‘vavnia’ saved three peple killed one,what you expected to kill thee and save one tiger.

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    Real Peace , In any country who breaks the law they get punised , if civilian break the law and police shoot him then poliman does not go to jail for protecting the law, same thing happened in here

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    The reason for Hostage taking is keeping them in Prison without a Trial, eight er they be charged or released on bail.

    Could be rehabilitated if they take SLFP membership.

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    Another convention broken, suspects taken in for various crimes are being tortured and killed, another case for the UN human rights violations, sadistic criminals are in the forces who are only bent on not rehabiliation but the sadistic killings of people whoever they are, arent there laws in this island to protect such persons who have been mislead, yes if this guy took SLFP membership and hidden in the pants of Karuna and Chandrakanthan, he would have been safe. Foolish murderers of this land are living as kings whilst the hungry, deprived people suffer torture and destruction. Retribution is alow but sure in this part of the world.

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      UN is not there to protect the voiceless Helena, but to protect the Terrorist states.

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