September 25, 2020

Suspect dead: High Court closes Thajudeen murder case

The Colombo High Court yesterday adjudicated the case filed on the suspicious death of former ruggerite Wasim Thajudeen, Daily Mirror reported.

The case was adjudicated as the suspect named in the case, former Chief Judicial Medical Officer (JMO) of Colombo Professor Ananda Samarasekera had passed away.

The counsel representing the former JMO’s family appeared in Court and made submissions on the death of the officer.

Taking into consideration the submissions High Court Judge Manjula Thilakaratne closed further proceedings on the case.

The former JMO was indicted by the Attorney General for concealing evidence related to the death of Wasim Thajudeen, who was found dead in a suspicious manner inside his car near Shalika grounds in Narahenpita. (NewsWire)

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இது தான் நாம் எதிர்பார்த்த தீர்ப்பு.

Scapegoat dies. Case closes. Justice will prevail under Rule Of God Almighty ❗

Very Strange. The JMO's crime was Concealing Evidence relating to the Murder and NOT committing the Murder. Surely, he was NOT accused of Committing the Murder. If he did conceal Evidence, is there NO Other WAY of getting the Evidence and taking Action Against those who REALLY Committed the Murder? Does it mean that the Actual Murderer/s and others who Planned and Aided and Abetted in the Heinous Crime of Murdering Thajudeen will NEVER be brought to Justice? If so, there is Something Seriously WRONG either with the Law or the Judge who adjudicated the Case.

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