The permission granted to Mr Sugath Nishantha to proceed with his Human Rights case against the Police officers of Negombo
The Supreme court of Srilanka has granted permission to proceed with a human rights case filed by Mr.Sugath Nishantha Claiming his fundamental rights were violated by the torture by Police officers of Negombo. The case was filled and was represented by Mr. J. C. Weliamuna, Attorney at Law. This case was filed against some Police officers including the HQI Negombo Police station, charging them with the beating of Sugath, His wife and teenage daughter and the son in their house
Read More >> (2008-03-23)
The order on Mr. Gerard Mervin’s Police torture case on 27th March
The high court judge, Mrs. J.M.T.M.P.U. Tennakone announced on last 17th , that the order on the Police torture case of Mr Gerard Mervin Perera’s, father of three children who lived in Makevita, against the police officers of Wattala, including Sub Inspector, Makavitage Suresh Perera and 7 other police officers, will be delivered on coming 27th of March.
Read More >> (2008-03-08)
An armed gang in a white Van without number plates abducts a father of two children in Puttalam
On the 28th of February 2008, at about 11.30 in the night an armed gang in a white van without number plates has abducted 48 year old Thamby Marikar Fais a father of two children. According to his wife ,while they were sleeping some one had shouted by her husband’s name ,when inquired they said from police and was asked to open the door. Two persons in police uniform and another in civil got inside the house and had pulled Fais by his hand and had told him to dress up and come with his identitiy card. Then Fais put on a shirt and went outside with his identity card. When the wife asked them where they are taking him one officer in uniform had said Wanathavilluwa Police Station.
Read More >> (2008-03-09)
Key witness in hospital murder case reinstated
L.M.Beatrice the only witness in the murder case of Chamila Dissanayake ,who had been raped , strangled and pushed out of the 6th floor of the new wing of the Negombo hospital. regains her job. .
Beatrice a mother of four children ,attached to a Private Janitorial Service ,earns Rs.285/= per day. was dismissed ,after the doctors of the Negombo Hospital demanded her removal.
Read More >> (2008-03-11)
Drunken Officer attached to Kataragama District Office assaults mother of two children and breaks her arm
On the 3rd of February 2008, Mr.Rasika N.Muthumala,Computer Operator, an employee at Kataragama District Office,had assaulted and broken the arm of 34 year old Mrs.Ediriweera Jayasekara Kurudu Patabadige Thanuja Lakshmi,who is residing in a house belonging to Kataragama,Gam Udawa Housing Development Authority.
Victim’s husband an employee attached to Housing Development Authority is working in Amparai. Lady was alone in the house with her two children aged 14 and 1 ½ years respectively. Ignoring her protests the drunken accused had entered the house and had struggled with the lady inquiring about her husband. When he could not overpower her he had pulled her dress, and at the same time he had got hold of a momatee which was lying close by and had assaulted her thus fracturing her arm.
Read More >> (2008-03-02)
Police Officer bailed out on Rupees Ten Thousand and Two Personal Bonds of One Million each for giving false evidence.
When Gerard Mervyn Perera’s murder case, bearing, H.C.445/2005 was taken up at Negombo High Courts on the 25th of January, the 7th witness was charged for giving false evidence, and an order was given to send him to remand prison. He was bailed out on a bond of Rupees Ten Thousand and two personal bonds of one million each Also he was asked to hold in his passport to the courts.
Read More >> (2008-02-31)
Blocking the witnesses against suspected Doctor.Is it a step to protect the accused.?
The Murder at the Negombo GeneralHospital by a Doctor,which made a big uproar in Sri Lanka Medical Profession as well as the whole country, is getting cooler and cooler. The employee who is the one and only witness has been harassed and thrown out of employment.
Read More >> (2008-02-31)
Dentists at Sri Lankan Police Service
It has been reported that , during the past few months , certain Police Inspectors and some officers attached to the Sri Lankan Police Service,have assaulted some Citizens ,in some parts of the Island, inhumanely,to the extent of breaking teeth. Out of these there are two significant cases details of which are given below.
Read More >> (2008-02-31)
Inhumane beating , fabricating false cases against four School Children by Suriyawewa Police.
On the 20th of January 2008, Inspector and some officers attached to Suriyawewa Police.
took four boys aged 16 years and a young man to Police custody without any reason assaulted them mercilessly with S-lon pipes and bottles , and had filed false cases.
Victims: Abeysekara Arachchilage Umesh Chaturanga ,Senarath Ratnayake,Nuwan Sanjeewa,K.G.Dinesh Madushan ,G.K.Lahiru Lakmal, all 11th year students,at Hambanthota Migahajadura Maha Vidyalaya...
Read More >> (2008-02-13)
The imprisonment of a witness of the State for giving false evidence in the high court in Gerard Mervin’s murder case
Thevarapperuma Arachchilage Lakpriya Jayashantha, the seventh witness of the of the State, a Police officer, was imprisoned until 7th of February for giving false evidence during the murder trial of Mr. Gerard Mervin Perera, a father of three children resided at Makevita Wattala who was murdered by shooting while He was traveling in a bus.
Read More >> (2008-02-12)