Gang wanted for 41 robberies arrested

  • 3 Sep 2009 23:05:31 GMT

    OMG,..how many gangs we have in Sri Lanka...?

    Every town, city, or village,..they are there....!

  • 4 Sep 2009 03:11:21 GMT

    Price

    [The country is run by a gangstor, Axe murderer, rapist then what are you talking about??]

    No, country runs by MR. He is not a gangster, but the elected president. But, he too, silence for some works of people like Mervin. Thats not nice. Also, these thugs are not only working for one party. They have interests in a very dynamic range. GOT protection from many people.

    But, Gota is now addressing this issue. Already some thugs dead. But, seems, lots are still out there.

  • 4 Sep 2009 07:52:03 GMT

    Too many gangs around...

  • 4 Sep 2009 08:30:17 GMT

    PriceCharles,

    [SLA in action. This what SLA solders do when they go home on vacation.

    Sick sinhala society........]

    Did Channel 4 ring you up and tell you they were army personnel?

  • 4 Sep 2009 12:39:12 GMT

    Price(less)charles another demala madayan

    sukkili demala society...

  • 4 Sep 2009 13:19:16 GMT

    This gang must be taken to task.

    No questions, they must be treated the way Velu and Gang were received the treatment at nanthai & if possible price charles too

    should be taken & provided with a COSTLT price.

  • 6 Sep 2009 21:13:57 GMT

    [Gang wanted for 41 robberies arrested]

    Man!

    It would have been better waiting for sometime to let them make half century and then arrested. 9 more to go!!

  • 6 Sep 2009 21:18:33 GMT

    [OMG,..how many gangs we have in Sri Lanka...?

    Every town, city, or village,..they are there....!]

    Every politician has his own gang at Town council level, Urban council level, Municipal level, Provinvial level and National level.

    Whenever, they want to get rid of them or do not want the gang anymore, arrest will take place. Then they will be killed while they tried to shoot or attack the police while taken to show the weapons hideouts!

    This is the latest practice in Sri Lanka.