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Six persons, who were found guilty of murdering a person in Beruwala, were sentenced to death by the Kalutara High Court Judge Amal Thilakaratne today.

The crime had been committed in November 2003. The accused were found guilty after a lengthy trial and were sentenced by the Kalutara High Court today.

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  • Nodrog Thursday, 01 August 2013 05:19 AM

    All is means is 6 more mouths for the public to feed and maintain until they die.

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