With a larger number of destitute Muslims in Mutur (as you maintain), why were'nt there any Muslims amongst the aid-workers hired by ACF ?
Don't twist my words. WHERE have I claimed that there were 'a larger number of DESTITUTE Muslims in Muttur?
To me it would be logical for the aid-worker composition to vary with the population you are trying to serve. With a larger Muslim population affected by the Tsunami (in Mutur), there should have been more Muslim aid-workers than Tamil, with this NGO. Where-as, there were none. Very strange, I hope you can explain.
I'm not privy to ACFs recruiting policies, but one feasible explanation would be that most workers were recrtuited from the nearest larger town (Trincomalee), and that there are more tamils there than muslims...but as I said, I have no answer to that, and frankly I think it is a red herring.
(The investigation into this murder .. which must be condemned in the severest manner, and if at all possible the cuplrits 'brought to book' .. should also look into the 'operational' aspects of this NGO. We may then have better picture, as to whether the Muslims of the area could have nursed a 'grudge' against ACF, which could have led to this killing).
The only person that has come up with this theory is you, Sena. I have seen no plausible arguments for the theory. I think it would be wiser to concentrate on who had opportunity and motive.
I have no doubt that ultimately, the true perpetrators will be publicly identified (I understand that they essentially have been already) and we will all see who did it.
Until then, I suggest you stop inventing facts, and that you comment only on things you have any knowledge about.
For someone who has so many theories about the murders, it is fascinating that you didn't even know that Muttur was government controlled long, long before the murders. You just exposed yourself as someone who is more interested in rhetoric than truth.
I have no interest in discussing serious matters with someone who is so liberal with the truth. Come back once you have something to add to a discussion other than you pipe dreams.