Kohona under AFP spotlight over war-crime charges
Australian Federal Police (AFP) have said that they will evaluate a document submitted by the Australian Federation of Tamil Associations (AFTA) charging Palitha Kohona, an Australian citizen and currently Sri Lanka's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, over alleged war-crimes. AFP said in a letter AFTA that the referral was from the Minister for Justice, Jason Clare as a result of a correspondence to Michele Rowland, MP by AFTA.
Another Accused war Criminal goes back to Sri lanka
It has emerged in the last few days that Silva is soon to return to Sri Lanka, raising fears that he may avoid questioning. The FCO's legal advisers have also written to the GTF's solicitors, Birnberg, Peirce and Partners, informing them there will be a two-week delay in dealing with the case because of the Easter recess.
A spokesman for the Sri Lankan government told the Guardian last night that Silva was going home because his 18-month term as defence adviser was almost up, adding: 'The claim of a lawsuit by the GTF has nothing to do with this routine transfer matter and it appears to be yet another invidious attempt to embarrass both Sri Lankan and British governments and a continuation of GTF's history of attempting to gain misplaced publicity mileage for events it has nothing to do with.'
World waited for a week for the Signal from Sinhala lanka abt implementing LLRC recommendations...!
Now that they have found Liar Lankans are back to their games, all the war crime cases has been unleashed...!!
It is all going the direction we wanted !