Court to hear Anoma's case

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The Habeas Corpus application filed to the Court of Appeal by Anoma Fonseka was fixed to be taken up before a three judge bench on March 19.

Habeas Corpus application was filed on Thursday before the Court of Appeal seeking the Court to direct the Army Commander, Army Provost Marshal and Navy Commander to produce Gen. (Rtd) Sarath Fonseka to the Court to be dealt with according to law and to discharge him.

Gen. Fonseka’s wife Mrs. Anoma filed this application through Paul Ratnayake Associates citing Gen. Fonseka, Army Commander Lt. Gen. Jagath Jayasuriya, Army Provost Marshall Brig. E.K.J.K.Wijayasiri, Navy Commander Vice Admiral T.S.G.Samarasinghe and the Attorney General as Respondents.

Mrs. Fonseka said that Gen. Fonseka was not a person subject to military law at the time when he was taken into custody and that he ceased to be person subject to military law on or about July 15, 2009. (SSS)

 

 


 

  Comments - 16

  • Tuesday, 16 March 2010 05:32 PM

    Millions of true patriots, of this country, are silently mourning for SF. We wait for the day of true judgment!

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 06:12 PM

    I genuinely feel sorry for her ... and the family. A person who brought relief to the masses, by almost sacrificing his life, is now languishing in a cell, for some trivial 'crime.'

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 06:55 PM

    There will not be no justice, for the hero Sarath Fonseka.

    Thursday, 18 March 2010 12:11 AM

    Anoma has come more into the LIMELIGHT than her controversial husband Sarath. Will Sarath abandon her, one of these days?

    Wednesday, 17 March 2010 11:18 AM

    We are with you Madam. You are taking things on the correct track.

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 08:34 PM

    In the long run, justice will prevail.

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 09:04 PM

    Some people are born bootlickers, some fight for their rights. We are with you, Mrs. FONSEKA.

    Wednesday, 17 March 2010 12:00 AM

    There is no doubt about it. Mrs. Fonseka's steadfast defense of her husband, based on principles of justice, resorting to every conceivable democratic measure, while mobilizing mass support, makes her a truly admirable lady, of no mean character. She has, in her own right, amply shown genuine leadership qualities. Also, her actions speak volumes of a cause ... worthy of our support.

    Wednesday, 17 March 2010 02:46 PM

    Yeah... Now he is licking JVP boots... earlier people liked his boots...

    Wednesday, 17 March 2010 03:39 PM

    This goes to Leslie, you are ignorant of basic law. Innocent untill proved guilty. Or do you still live in the stone age? It is a disgrace to have people of your ilk amongst us.

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 12:50 PM

    My heart goes out to Mrs. Anoma Fonseka. I am praying that justice and truth will prevail. May God comfort her and strengthen her at this time which only He could do.

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 12:51 PM

    Anoma, you are only making a fool of her self. Your husband is a disgraced person and you need to come to terms with reality!

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 12:51 PM

    This country has come to such a low ebb that even the laws of the land are being perverted and twisted. Shocking and sickening.

    Wednesday, 17 March 2010 09:59 AM

    Sarath Fonseka is a noble man who was prepared to sacrifice is life for the sake of the country. Those people who support MR's action is a disgrace for the mankind.

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 01:55 PM

    That is the correct approach. Challenges must be made according to the law of the land and not use innocent people as "pawns or trade ins" to gain political gains or fulfill personnel vendetta.

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 01:58 PM

    Yes our LADY, we are with you, Genaral & JVP, who try to re-bulid our country.


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