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Thursday, October 7, 2010

EXCLUSIVE: Plot to kill the editor of the Sunday Leader

(October 07, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) At a secret meeting of senior officials of the Sri Lankan intelligence service attached to the Defense Ministry held in Colombo, a plan has been hatched to assassinate the Chief Editor of the Sunday Leader, Fedrika Janzz, the Sri Lanka Guardian learns.

According to the information provider to the Sri Lanka Guardian of the military intelligence ‘killing the editor is the best option to turn the heat over the situation. Even it will help to direct the accusation at General Sarath Fonseka’s men for the assassination’.

The Sunday Leader editor gave evidence before the Court that the CID has badly handled her official note book of the interview that she gave them for investigations. ‘I did not give it in this state. A complete note book I used during the interview was given’ she said in the Court

She further said, I usually tape record interviews, but on this occasion used a note book. The Court will sit again on the 11 October to further hear the case.

Recently, the government minister Mervin Silva claimed that he has witnesses to prove that General Sarath Fonseka was the man behind the killing of the founder editor of the Sunday Leader, Lasantha Wickramatunga. ‘Mervyn says he has witnesses. Even Wimal Weerawansa too claimed that he has witnesses to prove UN officials gave bribe to police officials to stop his fast unto death in Colombo recently.
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