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BREAKING NEWS – Brigadier Priyanka Fernando of SL army found guilty

Brigadier Priyanka Fernando of SL army found guilty of two of three offences under Public Order Act (sections 5 and 4a).

That his actions were threatening, caused harassment, and that he intended them to be so. Magistrates court issues an arrest warrant for Fernando.

Following this judgement an international arrest warrant is likely to be issued for war criminal and Sri Lanka’s ex defence attache Brigadier Priyanka Fernando.

If the Sri Lanakn government refuses to cooperate, its High Commissioner in London will be summoned to appear before the Court.

Brig. Priyanka Fernando Found Guilty On Three Offences Under Public Order Act: Arrest Warrant Issued

Brigadier Priyanka Fernando, a senior officer of Sri Lanka Army, has been found guilty of two of three offences under Public Order Act by signalling a death threat to Tamil protestors on February 04, last year.

The Westminster Magistrate Court issued an arrest warrant on Fernando ruling that his actions were threatening, caused harassment, and that he intended them to be so.

Following this judgement an international arrest warrant is likely to be issued for Sri Lanka’s ex defence attache Brigadier Priyanka Fernando. If the Sri Lankan government refuses to cooperate, its High Commissioner in London will be summoned to appear before the Court, informed sources said.

To read the history of Brigadier Priyanka Fernando’s case click here

Brig. Priyanka Fernando Found Guilty On Three Offences Under Public Order Act: Arrest Warrant Issued

Brigadier Priyanka Fernando, a senior officer of Sri Lanka Army, has been found guilty of two of three offences under Public Order Act by signalling a death threat to Tamil protestors on February 04, last year.

The Westminster Magistrate Court issued an arrest warrant on Fernando ruling that his actions were threatening, caused harassment, and that he intended them to be so.

Following this judgement an international arrest warrant is likely to be issued for Sri Lanka’s ex defence attache Brigadier Priyanka Fernando. If the Sri Lankan government refuses to cooperate, its High Commissioner in London will be summoned to appear before the Court, informed sources said.

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The POWs Of The Eelam War – Colombo Telegraph

 

To read the history of Brigadier Priyanka Fernando’s case click here


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