Travel ban on Swiss Embassy staffer extended till Dec. 17

12 December 2019 03:06 pm - 5     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The travel ban imposed on Swiss Embassy local staffer, Ganier Banister Francis, was extended till December 17 by the Colombo Chief Magistrate today.

It was reported that the CID is still in the process of recording a statement from Ms.Francis, who claimed that she was abducted by a group of unidentified men. (Yoshitha Perera)


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  • Hauraum Thursday, 12 December 2019 06:44 PM

    As nobody has rights to Influence law and order and well respecting of court orders, apart from this, why new govt institutionally interferes much on a lady staff¨ normalcy. In the Future, It should be tough and tragedy of her life.

    Recorder Thursday, 12 December 2019 07:21 PM

    How many months do they need to record a statement!!!

    Dilshan Thursday, 12 December 2019 09:09 PM

    I think it is voltaire who said nothing true until government denies. Government denies the abduction

    Samantha Thursday, 12 December 2019 10:12 PM

    She is not the accused.She is the victim. But those who respond I left trying to play a game here to avoid possible human rights violation. That will not be justified in future a tions by the international community. It does matter how much it didn't happened, everyone know the real truth.

    Samantha Thursday, 12 December 2019 10:33 PM

    It really happened. White Van really abducted her. Its not a lie. Those war criminal s are responsible for this abduction and must prosecuted under a future government. By delaying this or trying to mislead international community will not prevent them from ICJ.

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