Written by Staff Writer
23 Mar, 2016 | 9:04 pm
Several important cases were taken up for hearing in court on Wednesday, March 23.
Colombo Additional Magistrate Nishantha Peris informed the Criminal Investigations Department that investigations being carried out into the killing of Wasim Thajudeen be expedited.
The officers of the department said that investigations into the incident will soon conclude.The hearing of the case was postponed to May 12.
The hearing of evidence from the plaintiff’s side was concluded in the case over the killing of Bharatha Lakshman at the Colombo High Courts.
The case will be taken up for hearing again on April 26, for the presenting of evidence from the party of the defendant.
17th May 2012
Wasim Thajudeen’s charred body found trapped within his condemned car.
Police speaking to the media on that day said that the car had collided head-on into a wall, and had caught fire, killing him on the spot.
28th July 2015
Court orders to conduct a post mortem on the body of Wasim Thajudeen.
10th August 2015
The remains of former rugby player Wasim Thajudeen exhumed.
05th October 2015
University of Colombo School of Computing says that it could not retrieve any information from the mobile phone said to belong to Wasim Thajudeen.
09th December 2015
Prof. Ananda Samarasekera says that he cannot be held responsible for the disappearance of certain body parts from the freezer at the morgue used for postmortem examinations.
10th December 2015
Colombo additional magistrate rules Wasim Thajudeen’s death was not caused by a motor accident.
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