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CCTV in the fit-on leads to killing: Police

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The motive behind the killing of the owner of a textile shop – millionaire Larick Rajapaksa (43) has been revealed as a dispute following a woman being videoed while she was in the fit- on room in the shop by the Close Circuit TV camera, Police said.

This businessman was killed last Friday.

Police said they had discovered two swords believed to have been used and a slipper apparently of a suspect. With the help of these clues the police was able to reveal the motive behind the killing.

According to the police images of a sister of the main suspect was captured by a CCTV camera while she was in a fit-on room in the shop.  Subsequently the owner of the shop blackmailed the woman and believed to have allegedly raped her.  He has also let her for the indecent harassment of another person.

The woman who is married has been suffering with much mental agony and worries after the incident and later revealed everything to his brother. He had gone to the textile shop with another person and allegedly hacked the owner of the shop to death according to the police.

The police are also on the look out for the other person who had molested the woman.  The suspects were absconding. Police said the main suspect had been involved in several crimes.(Deepa Adikari)

 
 

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-18+313 # Porak 2012-07-21 02:10
Good decision. Should have hacked and displayed in the middle of the town.
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-2+147 # su1 2012-07-21 14:39
please brother, go to thangalla and give them the same lesson!!.

in 70s, we were so fear of killing . now !!!
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-2+149 # Yehiya 2012-07-21 17:27
Law is very costly & too delay.People no faith of law. Good decision.
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-10+92 # ish 2012-07-21 22:51
The same is made law in Saudi Arabia and people call it human right violation.......... If people agree with this punishment, then how come its human right violation in KSA
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-1+26 # Saradial 2012-07-22 16:59
Exactly, because people look at it through coloured spectacles.
they look at it as Islamic Law but doesn't see the justice in that. Any way there is a issue about how Saudi implement it.
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-58+14 # Sampath 2012-07-22 17:05
This is not a Islamic country, this is Buddhist country. According to Buddhism no body has rights to take another life. So killer should be hanged.
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-4+71 # Bagalawathie 2012-07-22 17:57
Are you serious Sampath ?. You say that according to Buddhism no body has the right to take another life, and then you say the killer should be hanged.
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-3+60 # chamila 2012-07-21 22:52
SAMPOORNA ETHTHA ME WAGE UNWA MARANNAMA THAMAI ONA..
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-17+5 # sanjayan 2012-07-22 14:23
he was faced with a terrible situation. as much as we might empathise with him, and i do not know what i wud have done in the same situ, no. he should not have taken the law into his own hands.. if everyone decided to follow his example, it would amount to might=right, and the poor and powerless being downtrodden. if there's a problem with the justice system fix that, don't make things worse.
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-11+276 # Mano 2012-07-21 02:23
For once in mu life i agree with the suspected person. If it happens to my sister i will do the same.
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-7+161 # Gamarala 2012-07-21 10:25
Salute you brave brother. If need help for legal assistance
We are here for you.
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-6+245 # rosh 2012-07-21 02:50
excellent punishment. even though its a crime, my prays are for the courages man who gave an excellent punishment...
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-12+123 # sabeer 2012-07-21 03:04
they shud be fined and let off with a warning
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-4+147 # Manik 2012-07-21 03:28
If the fit-on room tale and raping is true this is truly poetic justice dished out
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-2+71 # Pristine Beauty 2012-07-21 19:32
i wonder how many girls would have got raped and harassed but yet they didn't had the courage to go and complain. So our Salute to this victim. You have set an example for this kind of sadist.
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-8+149 # jayantha 2012-07-21 03:50
This is a good retaliation to a rapiest , i request the police not to conduct this investigation let it go , lets show the power of people than politician who trying to cover the moleste of inconcent woman/child
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-13+50 # weha 2012-07-21 10:18
But looks like the killer was a common criminal. and by letting go of it will just send a bad message to people that they can too take the law in to their own hands.
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-7+38 # Richardson 2012-07-21 13:47
Go through the S L justice system would have taken even ten years,
They could have hired a common criminal or the local mafia to do the Job. Way to go man,must have a collection organized for his legal fees.
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-5+92 # Ruwan 2012-07-21 04:09
Police can close the case now... He got the deserved punishment... Let other molester too get same punishment...
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-3+79 # nawaladykamila 2012-07-21 05:05
is this true reason ? so be vigilent of fit on rooms? good lesson girls!
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-2+25 # Hasthi 2012-07-22 07:23
CCTV should be banned from fit on rooms. The intention may be to stop theft. The way to do it is only allow a specific number of items (e.g. three dresses) to be taken to a fit on room per person, at a given time. The misuse of CCTV cannot be stopped otherwise.
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-2+18 # Noor 2012-07-22 13:37
i dont undestand what you are talking. CCTV is not allowed inside the fiton room firstly, then how do you talking other intentions.
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-18+88 # ifthikar lafir 2012-07-21 05:24
Way to go, no wonder he is also a Rajapakse....if what he had done was true then he deserves it.
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-69+18 # Russell J 2012-07-21 10:52
do not talk like a stupid....
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-3+31 # Monaragala Marthelis 2012-07-21 05:33
Looks like a necessary evil
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-1+125 # Nodrog 2012-07-21 06:06
Being a millionaire the owner would have bribed his way out of this had the victim gone to the Police. Not having faith in them they would have decided to take matters to their own hands.
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-1+46 # Richardson 2012-07-21 13:49
Mr, NODOG You are absolutely right.
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-2+57 # cxcb 2012-07-21 06:15
revenge from misuse of high tech.
if photographed for wrong intention, this is a lesson for all crooks out there.
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-1+39 # jterm 2012-07-21 06:47
Justice? Distorted, mutated but still justice....
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-5+61 # Silva 2012-07-21 07:11
This is a result of the sad state of affairs in sri Lanka, the horrible truth.
People have absolutely no faith in the police & the judiciary.
There is political interference at every possible level in the bananna republic
When an injustice is done to someone they take the the law to their hands and punnish the culprits.
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-4+33 # Cobra 2012-07-21 07:28
If that is the case maybe the shop owner got his just desserts and a warning to any would be rapists and child molester that they may have to deal with the mob if the law of the land lets them getaway with it.
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-4+18 # MM 2012-07-21 07:33
i just read a script of a film.
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-15+24 # balu 2012-07-21 07:38
WHY ARE SRI LANKANS SO BRUTAL INSANE. WHY KILL AND ON THE OTHER HAND THIS MAN SEEMS TO BE A DOG.. THEN AGAIN THE NAME SAYS IT ALL
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-5+22 # Cobra 2012-07-21 07:57
You said it, Balu!
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-2+19 # su1 2012-07-21 14:19
when people do not have any help from the law enforcement
this is a type of resutl you get.
think once more. if it happens to your sister!!.and if you do not trust on the law enforcement.what you gonna do?let it go and let your sister get distress over his blak mailing??

how did you measure the brutality??...
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-4+38 # Ami 2012-07-21 07:39
Oh God a somewhat happy ending, and the biggining of a sad one for the real victim. Ladies beware of fit on room cameras.
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-1+35 # Lankan 2012-07-21 08:11
good punishment.if goes to courts money will win. better then the sharia [ ARAB] law. if my sister affected i do the same.
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-1+11 # Noor 2012-07-22 13:43
Yes quicker than SHARIA ( Islamic Law).
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-1+41 # IBNUABOO 2012-07-21 08:14
the victims borother has carriedout first death penalty for rape case before government to take affect
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-2+25 # kumar 2012-07-21 08:26
One thing the Sri Lanka police is really efficient & able to solve crimes in no time if not for the political interference & the corruption that has crept into it over the last two to three decades.
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-1+7 # Saradial 2012-07-22 17:06
Police is capable but their hands have tied up by politicos
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-2+34 # KD 2012-07-21 08:30
Well done brother........ I would hv done da same thning if it was happnd to my sister.....
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-26+13 # tharuka 2012-07-21 08:39
Police has to investigate whether this is ture. Sometime, this muder could be happened due to problems in business and give wrong reasons. This person is millionair and he has money for spent women. Readers should carefully read this story.!
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-1+11 # Noor 2012-07-22 13:47
HELLO, THIS IS THE FINDING BASED ON THE RESULT OF THE INVESTIGATION, WHAT ELS YOU WANT????
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-1+9 # Andaray 2012-07-22 17:24
Do you think all women will go behind money like your ...........?
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-26+12 # asoka 2012-07-21 09:25
Those trying to take political advantage by quoting the name ofRajapaksa deserves a similar punishment.
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-3+26 # Palmyrah 2012-07-21 09:50
Since Sri Lankans can no longer rely on their institutions of law enforcement and justice, many are now taking the law into their own hands. This is a sign of imminent social collapse. Expect worse.
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-2+17 # shahiwal 2012-07-21 09:58
People are so mentaly sick now a days. This way of funishing people is really good. If the case goes to courts then ten years to resolve. Ladies be carefull when you go to changing room. Please check every corner and the up above before u chnage. This could hapen to our sisters tmorow
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-1+20 # digcta 2012-07-21 10:08
You mess with people who have noting to loose, this is what you will get in return. Let this be a lesson or a new beginning for those who think they can cover anything with their money. Akuressa Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman you don't think you can get away, it is coming for you.
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-1+21 # rahu 2012-07-21 10:09
don't punish him pls. he did the good lessons for everyone. if police cath that person will never punish him
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-10+6 # Sagara 2012-07-21 10:10
Nobody kill another for no reason unless mentally unsound. You have to keep in mind, one who got killed always the guilty party if investigated, but we rush to say the suspect is guilty.
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-2+7 # Andaray 2012-07-22 17:30
No in Sri Lanka there is no other choice than this for this kind of Crime. Let say what would have happen if the women go to police? definitely police would have bribed. And even if it was taken to court what would be the highest punishment will be given? If this is Saudi you can expect capital punishment but this is Sri Lanka.
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-2+31 # DUWI 2012-07-21 10:15
If the death penalty is not imposed on rapists and child abusers, people will implement it, as has been the case here.
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-2+31 # Dunya 2012-07-21 10:56
Hats off to the Brother! Bravo. Excellent ! let him do the same to the other rapist .
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-1+16 # DireStraits 2012-07-21 11:01
Perverts beaware....
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-4+24 # Shan 2012-07-21 11:04
The question to ask is this: Why people take weapons into their hands? The simple answer is, we cannot expect justice to the voiceless in Sri Lanka.
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-5+29 # Fayaz 2012-07-21 11:06
Brave thing........ this should continue in all the rape cases
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-31+15 # Hussain 2012-07-21 11:54
Why is everyone jumping to conclusions? One party is dead so he cannot talk. How do we know what the truth it till the perpetrators are arrested and interrogated. This is one side of the story. In any case in a civilized society one cannot be the the JUDGE, JURY & EXECUTIONER. That is the law of the jungle.
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-2+20 # achala 2012-07-21 14:31
ane me, me rate koheda neetayak thiyenne ? neethiya apitama athata ganna wenawa thamai.
Society is forced to take the roles of Judge, Jury & Executioner. If that girl was to make a complaint at the police, she would be raped again by the law enforces. The millionaire will be bribing the police.
GREAT WORK BROTHER!!!!!
The nation salutes you for your bravery !
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-2+23 # sabeer 2012-07-21 20:36
what would you have done if it was your sister/girlfriend/wife??
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-7+2 # sanjayan 2012-07-22 14:37
that's not the point. no matter what we may feel, this is a question of right and wrong
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-1+8 # Shafraz 2012-07-22 17:34
In some cases like this, law of jungle better than civilised society!
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-1+23 # mac 2012-07-21 12:41
great piece of work, we should salute for the brave brother, thank you and may god bless you
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-1+24 # Truth 2012-07-21 12:44
The cat is out of the bag; millionaires story comes out.

When justice fails this is what happens; since money speaks most of the time. Thumbs up for the guy who had the guts.
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-3+27 # Observer 2012-07-21 12:48
Well done,Punishment fits the crime. That's not all the ,technician who fitted a CCTV camera in a Fitting room too should receive a similar punishment.
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-1+5 # Noor 2012-07-22 14:03
No Need a technician to fit the camera in the room, it is just extended cable only, machine can be adjusted anywhere you want.
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-17+6 # joker 2012-07-21 12:59
What a country of sicko's...................
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-3+14 # Richardson 2012-07-21 13:53
The technicians must be sent to jail for sex starving prisoners to sodomize,for just one week
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-1+18 # Nilanga 2012-07-21 13:15
Ela ela bro... well done
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-2+16 # Kolitha 2012-07-21 13:29
People must get proper instruction from government how to fix CCTV Camera's and where to fix...there must be regulation's to be followed .......... ...Please ...!
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-2+13 # Richardson 2012-07-21 13:55
Use common sense if not crack the heads of technicians with a base ball bat.
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-1+19 # CitizenY 2012-07-21 14:21
Thats one way of getting justice, not the right way but in a country where power and money seems to buy freedom to commit crime it is hardly surprising.

I think they should have stopped at just removing his gentalia
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-0+6 # Noor 2012-07-22 14:04
Mhh, then, what would have happened, this millionaire would have assigned a force to kill this brother. use your sense please.
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-1+24 # FLY 2012-07-21 14:31
president should pardon this murder. he has done the good job. thank you. you are the great son of mother lanka.
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-12+9 # Gamini 2012-07-21 14:59
Remind 88 / 89
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-0+3 # Dee 2012-07-22 13:42
yes the country was rid of alot of croocks like this. the legal system will keep them out. this way is better
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-1+15 # Bonda 2012-07-21 18:09
Good work but it is only a deterent to other perverts. It would have been better if he has done bobbit.on him. A living punishment
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-1+21 # ceylon 2012-07-21 20:53
Saved Tax payers money!
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-6+9 # kapa ta Pissu 2012-07-21 21:11
If i am the Chief of Police in SL, I would resign immedietly. The most corrubpted era in police force and it is a shameful job than being a petition writer.
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-3+11 # garawi 2012-07-22 07:15
This is what happens when people lose faith sin the police and the judiciary. They take matters to the hand and act. This will lead to anarchy. Currently all big shots, from ministers, to Bank governors to department heads, police big shots, big businessmen and any powerful person, escape punishment doing any wrong. The small fry in the street has now no faith that justice will be done. So here we are leading the country to anarchy. The politicians of current and recent past governments are answerable to this state of affiars.
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-4+8 # Lanka Shantha 2012-07-22 07:22
Police must catch the culprit who fitted the camera there.
Even the owner say it this technical person must understand the gravity of the job he did.
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-3+7 # P Pissa 2012-07-22 07:35
State of anarchy!
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-1+14 # Jayasena 2012-07-22 07:58
I would do same thing if it happen to my sister. Good lesson for rest of people who dont respect women.
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-3+10 # kanchana 2012-07-22 08:50
Good work Brother. Those kind of people need to suffer more. If i were the brother i would make this Larik bugger suffers more.
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-1+17 # Mahinda 2012-07-22 10:58
The shop owner deserves it ...
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-1+10 # patriot 2012-07-22 12:54
Justice is served by her loving brother.
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-2+5 # meenavan 2012-07-22 15:28
mistiming intention radical kills culprit eventually law......? miracle...srilanka
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-1+8 # DN 2012-07-22 17:00
Govt. should have system to inspect fit on rooms, hotel rooms etc for these hidden cameras.
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-2+8 # Sampath 2012-07-22 17:40
What is the name of the Textile shop?
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-2+14 # Sri 2012-07-22 17:47
Good punishment. But why media not publishing millionaire's photo to public.
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-0+0 # warren 2012-07-24 13:39
The brother should've beaten the living day light out of this guy (not kill)just to satisfy himself and gone to jail for a few months. and since the news is already out the sister (victim) meanwhile could've sued this "Millionaire" for everything he is worth.. And after a couple of years have passed and this guy is all alone in his home cos he has no money anymore, gone to his house and broken his manhood. Hehehe.. I would've done this so much differently, but I don't blame the brother for what he did..
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