By 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………………… read more
According to CID sources, there have been many lapses when conducting the investigation and queried as to why the investigation team failed to obtain CCTV footages from the vicinity. “Unlike in other places, we found out that there were many CCTV cameras around the place where the accident occurred. The reasons why the investigators failed to obtain these footages are questionable. They also deliberately failed to search for his mobile phone and to obtain the call details of his phone.
They also failed to take proper evidence from the neighbourhood and from the security guards at Shalika playground. They also should have obtained evidence from the Fire Brigade officers and to find out from them the reason for the fire,” sources said. The sources further queried as to why the police team did not suspect any foul play into this death although Thajudeen’s body was found left to the driving seat. ……… READ MORE
“I am willing to cooperate with the CID if they need my assistance regarding the death of Wasim Thajudeen, as I visited the scene of the accident in the…
Responding to the article “The Resurrection Of Wasim Thajudeen Raises Questions-Deep Questions” published in the Colombo Telegraph, the Sri Lanka Red Cross Society says; “On 30th June 2015, the Criminal…
Former president Mahinda Rajapaksa today denied his son was involved in the alleged murder of national rugby player Wasim Thajudeen. Rajapaksa who is contesting the August 17 general…
Ruggerite Wasim Thajudeen’s body was exhumed a short while ago at Jummah Mosque Cemetery, Dehiwala as per the order of Colombo Additional Magistrate Nishantha Peiris…………………….. MORE
ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s Red Cross Monday admitted that a Land Rover Defender belonging to them had been seized by the police Criminal Investigations Department probing the murder of rugby star Wasim Thajudeen.
The head of Sri Lanka Red Cross Jagath Abeysinghe had been questioned extensively on how a Red Cross vehicle was used in the abduction of Thajudeen in May 2012 shortly before he was killed…………….. READ MORE