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HC acquits Mohammed Siddeek over 2003 heroin case

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Mohammed Siddeek and four others, charged with possessing heroin had been acquitted by Colombo High Court Judge Vikum Kaluarachchi today, for contradicting evidence.

The case had been filed against them on charges of possessing 8.1 grammes of heroin in 2003.

He is however will continue in remand custody pending trial for other drug related offences.(Farook Thajudeen)

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  • Dutchy Thursday, 13 September 2018 03:27 PM

    He seems to have made use of lacuna of law

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