Wasim Thajudeen's Death: Magistrate's Court Calls For Full Post-Mortem Report

Colombo Additional Magistrate Nishantha Peiris today (28) ordered JMO Ananda Samarasekara to submit full post-mortem report on the death of former Sri Lanka rugby player and Havlocks captain Wasim Thajudeen to the court before September 10.

Furthermore, the Additional Magistrate directed the CID to obtain legal advice from the AG on the possibility of calling several doctors as expert witnesses for the magisterial inquest.

Criminal Investigations Department (CID) yesterday (27) informed Colombo Additional Magistrate that Thajudeen’s death was not an accident.

Wasim Thajudeen was killed in a road accident in Colombo, in May 2012.  According to the earlier explanation, Thajudeen had been driving to the airport when he had lost control of the car and crashed into the wall of Shalika grounds on Park Road. The car had exploded within seconds of the crash, burning the whole car.

The police investigators found Thajudeen’s wallet in a place which the police declined to name.

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