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Saturday, May 5, 2018
The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) filing a report before the Colombo Magistrate’s Court yesterday sought details from the Navy personnel who had provided security to the members of former President’s family during the period of ruggerite Wasim Thajudeen’s murder.
They sought details of the President’s Internal Affairs Secretary, the telephone messages carried out from the President’s House, the Temple Trees and the Telecommunication Department.
The CID had also sought details of the persons to whom the vehicles bearing registration numbers PD 1387, LD 8180, KA9816, 64 -1476, KD 0124.KA 9268, LW 0573 and PA 7281 were entrusted and the drivers of those vehicles during the month of May 2012.
The CID said that they were further probing on the suspicious messages sent to 14 persons from the mobile phone of Mariana Rashvi De Silva, a participant to the party hosted by Waseem Thajudeen on the night of his death.
The CID also asserted that they did not able to identify from the CCTV footage the two persons, who were in the suspicious vehicle that chased Thajudeen's vehicle on the day he was found dead,
In this case former Senior DIG Anura Senanayake and former Narahenpita Crimes OIC Sumith Perera and retired Colombo Chief JMO Ananda Ssamarasekera were charged under the Penal Code for disappearance of evidence and for fabricating false evidence in order to shield the offenders Further inquiry postponed for June 29.Bodymatter (T. Farook Thajudeen)