Abused Sri Lankan maid LP Ariyawathie is seen here been given a helping hand back home at her village while still recovering from surgery to remove nails from various parts of her body. Pics by Krishan Jeewaka Jayaruk
Now, I have my doubts about the incident. We will wait and see the reports of the investigations.
demon Monday, 06 September 2010 07:37 AM
"A senior Sri Lankan physician and university lecturer said that the maid found with nails and needles embedded in her body could have inflicted the damage to herself. "I wish to make it clear that this is not to say that she has not been tormented or tortured by her employer in Saudi Arabia,"
Dr. Susirith Mendis from the University of Ruhuna."
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