AG seeks Trial-at-Bar over Avant Garde case

21 August 2019 10:28 pm - 2     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The Attorney General has requested the Chief Justice to appoint a Trial-at-Bar to hear the case in which Nissanka Senadipathi and 13 others are to be indicted in the Colombo High Court over the illegal possession of 816 firearms and 202,935 bullets in connection with the Avant-Garde floating armoury incident.

The AG will indict the accused on 7573 counts in the Colombo High Court over the incident.

Other accused are: Rakna Lanka Company, Avant-Garde Services Company, Palitha Fernando, K. Egodawela, B. Premachandran, V. Samaraweera, D. A. Thilakaratne, N. Senarathne, N. Diyabalanage, N. de Zoysa, Saman Dissanayake, D. Jayaratne and a Ukrainian national. (Shehan Chamika Silva)

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  • Law of the Jackass Thursday, 22 August 2019 11:59 AM

    AG explain to the good people of SL on what basis you have left out the name of Gotabhaya from the list of accused? Why no one is willing to accuse or judge Gotabhaya in any of the crimes allegedly committed by him???

    Sarath Thursday, 22 August 2019 12:56 PM

    AG expediting cases so that he can clear Gota. True colours of AG can be seen - lackey of MS and Gota!

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