Gammanpila case: Extracts sent to AG

26 August 2016 12:31 pm - 8     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The FCID today told Court that extracts of its investigations into allegations that Udaya Gammanpila and the second suspect Sidney Jayasinghe had defrauded Australian citizen Brain Shaddik of Rs.110 million using a fraudulent Power of Attorney in 1995.

Colombo Fort Magistrate Lanka Jayaratne postponed the case to November 25. (Shehan Chamika Silva)

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  • IRRIKITHAI Friday, 26 August 2016 02:09 PM

    Good work. Put this guy into jail for 15 years.

    Aquarius Friday, 26 August 2016 03:07 PM

    He makes the biggest noise to cover up his corrupt past, hoping it will somehow go away. If he is found guilty, correct sentencing should be given like for any other normal citizen.

    Nihal Amarasekera Friday, 26 August 2016 03:24 PM

    No way out.

    Arjuna Ranawana Friday, 26 August 2016 05:00 PM

    Pada Yathra to Welikada

    CITIZEN Friday, 26 August 2016 05:30 PM

    Based on the extracts can't the Court summon the fellow before November and deal with him once and for all. The Crime is, no doubt, proved as per the investigation.

    Selvyn Friday, 26 August 2016 06:45 PM

    His days are numbered to attend the court case. He entered the political arena like a modest person but today looks the opposite via DM Android App

    piyal Friday, 26 August 2016 08:19 PM

    yes, without further trial,because Australians do not tell in bribe demanding story now circulating.

    shamantha Saturday, 27 August 2016 09:59 AM

    I still can not understand why this man is still at large even with enough evidences to prove the wrong doing.

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