SLMM speaks to lone survivor

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Courtesy: Daily Mirror – September 23, 2006

The Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission was Friday granted access to the lone survivor of the Pottuvil massacre. Kareem Meera Mohideen is warded at the Ampara General Hospital receiving treatment for severe cut injuries. Police guarding the patient prevented SLMM monitors from seeing him Wednesday citing his poor state of health and hospital policy which did not allow visitors, casting doubts over the transparency of ongoing inquiries.

However a second attempt by the monitors Friday proved successful and the SLMM spokesman said the visit was satisfactory and the monitors would continue their probe before releasing a report.

A?a??A?We managed to visit the patient Friday. We are satisfied with the access granted and will now continue with our inquiries before releasing a report on our findings,A?a??A? SLMM spokesman Thorfinnur Omarsson said.

As inquiries were still progressing, he refused to say if the monitors had managed to record a statement from the victim who was earlier said to be in a serious condition. However the spokesman quoted hospital doctors as saying the victim was expected to fully recover from his injuries suffered during the brutal attack in which 10 of his colleagues were killed.

It should be noted that the police while refusing access to the monitors on Wednesday, had said the victim was not in a condition to speak for at least another two weeks due to the severe injuries on his throat.

The victim is under tight police guard with restricted access to include even his immediate family members as a result of the controversy over the incident with the Government accusing the LTTE, while residents blame the STF.

Published: Sep 23, 2006 12:58:24 GMT Cheap ralista

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