Court remands Tamil youths arrested in Trincomalee seas

[TamilNet, Monday, 03 October 2005, 21:03 GMT]
Trincomalee Magistrate Mr.S.Ramakamalan Monday ordered remand till 14th October for the four Tamil youths who were arrested by the Sri Lanka Navy (SLN) when they were allegedly video-taping the Trincomalee naval headquarters. The arrested youths are from Kayts, Kopay, Mullaitivu and Uyilankulam, and their ages ranged from 19 to 29, legal sources said.

The soldiers of the SLN arrested these suspects aboard a dinghy in the high security zone in the Trincomalee Sea on October 1st evening around 6.45 p.m.

The youths were handed over to the Trincomalee harbour Police Sunday morning around 10.30 a.m. and the Police produced the youths before the Trincomalee Magistrate Monday, legal sources said.

The SLN recovered cash of about ten thousand rupees, four cellular phones, a video camera and other electronic items in possession of arrested youths, police said.

 

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