War Without Witness in Sri Lanka - War Crime Photo and Video Evidence

War Without Witness in Sri Lanka - War Crime Photo and Video Evidence
12th May 2009 - Dr Shanmukarajah describes Sri Lankan Army Shell attack on Hospital PDF Print E-mail

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Tamil Engineer working for a US Charity extrajudicially executed near Colombo PDF Print E-mail

A Tamil Computer Engineer Mr Kathirvel Thayapararaja who was working for a US registered Charity (ITTPO – A US federal tax exempt (501 (c) (3)) organization in the USA and an approved NGO in Sri Lanka ) has been extrajudicially executed by Sri Lankan CID Officers in Avisawala , a town 55 km from Capital  Colombo on 15th Sept 2009. Mr Kathirvel Thayapararaja, born on 02nd of January 1981 is resident from Varivalavu, Karainagar, Jaffna. He is a Computer Engineer graduated from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.

Australian could face court over Tamil Tigers deaths PDF Print E-mail

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AN AUSTRALIAN citizen and senior Sri Lankan diplomat has been accused of complicity in the murders of three surrendering Tamil Tigers in an application to the International Criminal Court in the Netherlands.The man, Palitha Kohona, was the international face of the Sri Lankan government's war with separatist militants, the Tamil Tigers, and played an important role in the surrender of Tamil Tiger soldiers following their defeat in May 2009.

Former Army commander General Sarath Fonseka implicate Gotabhaya Rajapakse on War Crime PDF Print E-mail

"..Gotapaya Rajapakse spoke with the "commander of the army's 58th division, giving orders not to accommodate any LTTE (Tiger) leaders attempting to surrender and that they must all be killed", Fonseka said..."

UN Officers Phillipe Duamelle, Neil Buhne, Andy Brooks and Amin Awad named in a Report PDF Print E-mail

[Julian Vigo] An Independent Report on Sri Lanka and United Nations Human Rights Violations compiled by Julian Vigo, PhD named four senior  UN Officers Phillipe Duamelle, Neil Buhne, Andy Brooks and Amin Awad. It says, "According to all twelve informants here, the key players within UN agencies have not suffered any repercussions for the delinquency of their professional duties towards the mission of their respective agencies. The top senior level players to whom they refer in Sri Lanka are namely Philippe Duamelle, Amin Awad, Neil Buhne and Andy Brooks. Each of these men has either been shifted in duty station or given a significant promotion with absolutely no inquiry into the repeated End of Mission reports which do clearly put these men’s actions and ethics into question."


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