Two partly burnt corpses found in Jaffna

[TamilNet, Monday, 19 March 2007, 16:55 GMT]
Villagers of Mulli at Varani discovered two corpses in partly burnt state dumped in a shrub land located along Kodikamam-Point Pedro road between Thenmaradchy and Vadamaradchi Monday, sources in Jaffna said.

The victims appeared to have been killed elsewhere and then brought to Varani and burnt, the villagers said.

The villagers fear that there may be other corpses near the area where the two bodies were found.

Mulli located at the gate way to the main Sri Lanka Army territory at Vadamaradchy is close to Manthuvil where 8 youths went missing allegedly killed by the SLA soldiers, according to the villagers.

The Manthuvil victims bodies were never found.


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