Arrest LTTE Tamil Terrorist Adele Balasingham
Sinhala Jathika Peramuna, SJP has submitted a formal complaint to London Metropolitan Police against the LTTE Tamil terrorists Adele Balasingham requesting to initiate an investigation into Adele Balasingham’s role within the LTTE in Sri Lanka and to arrest and indict Adele Balasingham in the British Courts under the UK Terrorism Act 2000 and under the International Criminal law and the Universal Jurisdiction related Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes against the Humanity, Childe Soldering, Female suicide attacks so on.
The complaint made by SJP consists of the details of the background of Tamil terrorists Adele Balasingham’s role with LTTE Tamil terrorists, legal grounds for an indictment and a list of terrorist activities carried out by Tamil terrorists.
The documents of such earlier requests to arrest Adele Balasingham such as a copy of the On-Line Petition published by a group of Sri Lankan expatriate organizations (SPUR in Australia) on February 26, 2014, A news report of a petition signed in the Sinhala Organizations in United Kingdom on September 2, 2011, excepts from related articles and many other related documents have been included in the complaint.
The complaint has been made by Mr. Jayantha Liyanage, General Secretary of the SJP, on behalf of the Sinhala Jathika Peramuna on 07th November 2016. The complaint includes over 30 written pages and 39 Annexes consisting over 170 pages.
The War Time Investigation team of London Metropolitan Police is the only legal authority in the UK to initiate an investigation into terrorist activities of any person and to direct the Counter Terrorism Division (CTD) of the Crown Prosecution Service to indict a terrorist suspect living in the UK under a British law. Finally, the British Attorney General’s certification will be needed and likely to be given if the CTD recommends it.
Mr. Glenn Bacon, War Time Investigation team of London Metropolitan Police has acknowledged the receipt of complaint made by SJP by an email.
The Press Release issued by the SJP on this regards is as follows;