SL Police ‘fixes’ Moothoor murder crime on Tamil Veddahs

[TamilNet, Saturday, 26 November 2011, 15:05 GMT]
Two Tamil males with Veddah background were arrested by the Sri Lankan Police in Champoor Friday evening allegedly for the crime of killing the teacher Miss Kurukulasingham Srivathanion on Thursday. The SL police has allegedly ‘fixed’ the crime, which took place within 200 meters from a Sri Lanka Army post and between two SLA camps while the Tamil teacher was on her way to Paaddaa'lipuram government school from Kaddaipa'richchaan.

Meanwhile, residents of the area questioned whether that the arrested persons were really behind the crime even though they were known to be involved in thefts and have been punished by Tamil Eelam Police for minor crimes when the area was under the control of the LTTE.

The suspects are being interrogated by the Champoor Police.


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