The DNA report in the five-year-old Seya Sadewmi’s murder case has been submitted to the Minuwangoda Magistrate’s Court by the CID today.
The case is to be taken in court on October 2. The main suspect of the murder, Dunesh Priyashantha alias ‘Kondaya’ confessed to the sexual abuse and killing of five-year-old Seya Sadewmi and was remanded till October 5.
Another two suspects including a 17-year-old boy, arrested in connection with killing of Seya in Kotadeniyawa were further remanded till October 2 by the Minuwangoda Magistrate. (Tony Karunanayake)
Comments - 7
public Wednesday, 30 September 2015 07:09 PM
Its negative for all suspects, police still chasing a goose.
Krisna Wednesday, 30 September 2015 03:04 PM
Dear Perants of Inesent Student, We are willing to contribute to afund to teach a lession to durty police through legal process. Mad dogs behave like this
DHA Wednesday, 30 September 2015 03:11 PM
What does the DNA tests say...???
public Thursday, 01 October 2015 04:19 PM
THis is not fault of police, its fault of the court and magistrate. Dismiss that stupid magistrate at once for proven incapacity, bring a civil claim against the court.
saranapala Wednesday, 30 September 2015 03:31 PM
17 year old boy should complain to human rights commission. CID most of the time get it wrong
bavani vishvanathan Wednesday, 30 September 2015 04:07 PM
Why on earth are they still keeping the poor school boy in custody if he is not guilty? heard from news that police had assaulted the boy for three days... may be to cover the mistake threatening the poor boy to say yes... bloody dirty police... that is why no respect for those police fellows. you will pay for the thing... the god is there to give the punishments.... people will curse the police and their families only... hate police to bits.
lalith Wednesday, 30 September 2015 04:08 PM
Dear School BoyAs you are being harassed by an government agency resulting not able to face people of the country anymore, you are eligible to ask asylum in a western counter, USA or Australia on humanitarian grounds. Leave this hell and go to a country when you can.
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