Ravindra Wijegunaratne: Sri Lanka defence chief held over murders

In this file photo taken on August 29, 2018 Sri Lankan Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne, Chief of the Defence Staff, attends a ceremony commissioning naval patrol boats in Colombo. Symbol copyright AFP Symbol caption Adm Wijeguneratne denies the costs

Sri Lanka’s best army officer has been remanded in custody, accused of protecting up civil conflict-technology murders.

Leader of Defence Team Of Workers Ravindra Wijeguneratne gave the impression in courtroom after warrants for his arrest had been issued.

Prosecutors say he secure the main suspect, a naval intelligence officer who allegedly murdered ELEVEN young men within the final tiers of the warfare with separatist Tamil rebels in 2008-09.

The officer is in custody. Admiral Wijeguneratne denies the allegations.

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Sri Lanka ’s best possible score army officer Chief of Defence Group Of Workers Ravindra Wijeguneratne remanded till fifth December via Castle Magistrate. He’s accused of serving to the principle suspect in the abduction and homicide of 11 youths in 2008-2009, to abscond. pic.twitter.com/JMeWTQ7JJV

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