Murder case of British National in Tangalle gone underground

April 23, 2013 at 6:54 am | lanka C news

Murder case of British National in Tangalle gone underground

Tangalle murder and rape case neglected on political influences – British fiancée

British Sunday Times reports that for the first time the fiancée of late BritishNational Kuram Shein who was killed at Tangalle 2 years back, has expressed her views to media.

She said that the accused are still being free without getting punished as they have political contacts. She who is 24 years said that in the incident she was raped and her boy friend was killed by a gang including a politician.

She stressed that she got shocked when she heard that the accused are released and said that she will take all required steps until the accused are punished.



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