Et tidligere medlem af Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) onsdag identificeret et foto lækket i de seneste dage ved soldater fra SLA som for viser liget af oberst Ramesh, den tidligere chef for LTTE i Batticaloa, som var kommet til SLA kontrollerede område med civile under de sidste timer af Vanni krigen i maj 2009. Ifølge en tidligere lækket videooptagelser, filmet mens Sri Lanka soldater blev forhører det tidligere Tiger kommandør den 22. maj 2009, bekræftede oberst Ramesh hans identitet som Thurairasasingham Thambirajah, født den 18. august 1964, i Arasadith-theevu, Kokkaddichchoalai af Batticaloa distriktet.

Den tidligere lækkede video-optagelser dokumenterede også, at Mr. Thurairasasingham i civile tøj blev taget til fange af SLA og blev instrueret om at ændre i militære uniform, mens han blev afhørt den 22. maj 2009.

Ramesh, en far til tre børn, var en særlig leder af De Tamilske Tigre og havde været i LTTE siden 1986.

Den video beviser viste også identificerbare ansigter SL militært personel er involveret i afhøringen af ​​oberst Ramesh.

I mellemtiden, Mr. Ilango, chef for Tamil Eelam Politi, der overgav sig til SLA sammen med LTTE Politiske Head B. Nadesan, skæbne anden Ramesh alias er ikke kendt.

Ifølge tidligere oplysninger havde Mr. Palitha Kohona bekræftede, at SLA havde modtaget Mr. Ramesh Tamil Eelam Politi, med et hvidt flag, som den første person i den gruppe, der overgav sig sammen med Mr. B. Nadesan og Mr. S. Puleedevan i de tidlige timer af 18. maj 2009.

Nu er det erfaret, at overgivelsen blev fremmet af FN Chief of Staff Vijay Nambiar. Episoden senere omdannet til en alvorlig krigsforbrydelse, til aflivning af dem, der overgav sig.
EX LTTE sources say the dead body in the picture belongs to Col. Ramesh, the former Batticaloa comma

EX LTTE sources say the dead body in the photo belongs to Col. Ramesh, the former Batticaloa commander of the Tigers.

Video clips leaked earlier, follow:

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