Saturday, February 20, 2010
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Police in failed bid to
search JVP HQ

Harassment for making SF lead campaign – Anura D

A group of policemen headed by the Talangama OIC attempted to search the JVP head office in Palewatte yesterday morning, but were forced to turn back because they did not have a legal search warrant.

The JVP’s former parliamentary group leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake told "The Island", that the policemen had not been permitted to enter their office, because they did not possess a valid court order.

"When we told the Talangama OIC to produce the search warrant, he replied that they would be back with the necessary documents. But despite one of our parliamentarians Sunil Handunetti...

Investigators inspect the frontage road for evidence, Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010, in Austin, Texas. The remains of the airplane hang off the rock retaining wall of the building it struck. The FBI tentatively identified the pilot as Joseph A. Stack, 53. (AP)


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