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LLRC To Decide On Mechanism To Probe Channel 4 Video

The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) has said the British based Channel 4 network that has aired two videos of alleged war crimes committee in Sri Lanka had previously refused a request by the Commission for textual information on the first video.

LLRC Spokesperson Lakshman Wickremasinghe has told the media the Commission was yet to decide on the mechanism to probe the latest Channel 4 video telecast on June 14 since the Channel 4 had turned down a request for material made by the Commission earlier.

The LLRC had written to Channel 4 requesting for video material and textual information on the 2009 Channel 4 video.

According to Wickremasinghe, Channel 4 had responded saying the Commission could examine the film, but had refused to give any textual information related to the video.

1 Comment for “LLRC To Decide On Mechanism To Probe Channel 4 Video”

  1. The whole world know that the innocent Tamils were killed by our forces during the later stage of Eelam war. Without doubt our Defence Secretary ordered the killing. Defence Secretary should be brought against war crimes in the International Court. Criminals should be punished even he is the brother of our President.

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