Haiti lawyers question impunity of SL Army rapists

[TamilNet, Sunday, 11 September 2011, 11:03 GMT]
The rape mania of Sri Lanka’s almost exclusive Sinhala military is allowed to go with impunity in the island and totally denied by a genocidal government. But the exposure comes from Haiti where the genocidal SL military went for UN ‘peace keeping’. According to officials in Haiti, the SL soldiers accused of sex crimes had systematically raped women and children, some as young as 7-years-old, Sunday Leader reported citing Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network. Recently, while reporting on the rape of a 10-year-old girl in the south of the island by a former SL Air Force officer, Colombo media said that the mania in the SL military is a result of the free licence given to them over the years to commit sex crimes against Tamils.

With the blessings of all the powers, the SL military has permanent plans in the country of Eezham Tamils it occupies and the UN recently signed an MoU to continue to engage the SL military in its ‘peace keeping’ missions.

The Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network accuses that the 114 SL soldiers committed sex crimes and deported in 2007 were not yet punished.

But according to SL Army spokesman Brigadier H. A. Nihal Hapuarachchi the cases have been prosecuted and nothing is pending.

More soldiers will be sent from Sri Lanka to Haiti for UN ‘peace keeping’ early next year, the SL military spokesman said.

 

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