Largest LTTE vehicle fleet detected

  • 27 Jun 2007 09:42:44 GMT

    If this is true, LTTe must have left them behind because they paid for them with the money MRand brothers gave them through the Treasury. In that case, it is our money and public money. May they thought of returning to the people what belongs to the people for once. This is nothing to hoot about.

  • 27 Jun 2007 12:52:26 GMT


    A typical you. I am sure, when the LTTE is defeated and the number 1 Thug is killed, you will still come up and say *if this is true ... blah blah blah.... *

    Man!! get real at least now. LTTE TERRORISTS are paying the price not only in Sri Lanka BUT all over the world, for what LTTE has been dealing with for last 25 odd years.

    Mr.Brown.. have you got any pics of this *UNTRUE* fleet of vehicles? Pls publish.


  • 27 Jun 2007 12:55:08 GMT

    [Breaking NEWS!!..]

    SLN Colombo Dockyard Dvora`s, Shaldag and Super Dvora MkII`s FAC`s are currently being kitted out with either GCM 30mm or Mk44 Bushmaster 30mm cannons!!

    Hence the reason for the Sea Tigers getting a spanking the other week!!.. :O)

    A little trivia for the reader:

    [The Muraj craft of the Sea Tigers have 23mm cannons with an approximate range less than - 2000m.

    The new 30mm cannons being installed on SLN FAC`s have an effective range greater than - 3000m]

    coupled with the Ramtec + Elbit El-Op FLIR Targeting system.. OOOPPSS!! glug glug glug.. :O)

  • 27 Jun 2007 13:42:55 GMT

    Yes pics will be very much appreciated.

    Good to know that they (LTTE) are getting the works.

    The Thoppigala LTTE guys must be really scared with no

    place to hide.Poor chaps, paying with their lives for

    the VP and TC`s dreamland.

  • 27 Jun 2007 15:40:47 GMT

    We need more vechicle, Thank you for the donataion

  • 27 Jun 2007 16:27:42 GMT


    [We need more vechicle, Thank you for the donataion]

    More vechicles so that MR can apponint more ministers & for them to drive in public money

  • 27 Jun 2007 16:32:07 GMT

    The credit of the vehicles given to GOSL should go to all the LTTE coolies who are sending money from all around the world.

  • 27 Jun 2007 16:45:08 GMT

    I don`t believe this but even if it is true I don`t think it makes much of a material difference. LTTE did not import these vehicles nor did it buy in the open market.

    What do you think it cost LTTE for these vehicles?

    On the other hand if GOSL is moving in as it says it is vehicles are a liability than an asset it the intention is to get back to hit and run.

    So yes it could be a tactical decision if they left behind the vehicles.

  • 27 Jun 2007 20:32:53 GMT

    I say old boy! Tactical decision by the LTTE to abandon their transports? Yes, I agree. They no longer have use for these transports--where can they go?--so it is capital decision!

  • 27 Jun 2007 21:08:16 GMT

    Court fixes inquiry into Mirusuvil massacre case

    [TamilNet, Wednesday, 27 June 2007, 17:12 GMT]

    The Colombo High Court Monday fixed the Trial-at-Bar inquiry into the Mirusuvil massacre case commencing from October 29. The sitting will be conducted daily till the completion of the inquiry, said Judge Upali Abeyaratne, Chairman of the three-member bench. The other two judges are Deepali Wijesundara and Sunil Rajapakse, legal sources said.

    The court further said that the inquiry into the case had been put off for various reasons in past. But no such postponement would be allowed in future once the inquiry commences on October 29.

    The Attorney General has indicted five soldiers of the Sri Lanka Army (SLA), Sunil Ratnayake, Wedegedera Senath Munasinghe, Tennekone Jayaratne, Subasinghe Appuhamige Pushpasamankumara and Gamini Munasinghe with the murder of eight Tamil civilians, Gnanapalan Ravichandran, Sellamuthu Theivakulasingham, Visvarajah Pratheepan, Sinniah Visvarasa, Nadesu Jeyachchandran, Kathiran Gnanachchandran, Gnanachandran Shanthan and Visvarajah Prasath and attempted murder of Ponnuthurai Maheswaran.

    The civilians were murdered while they were visiting to inspect their abandoned houses in Mirusuvil in Thenmaraadchchi division in Jaffna district in December 2000.