The truth can sometimes be like an inflated ball in the water. Attempting to prevent the truth from come out is similar to trying to keep that ball under water. Natural laws ensure it will come to the surface anyway. It is only a matter of time.
“We amputated their tongues and limbs.” – Former LTTE spy confessed to British officials.
September 27, 2012 by lrrp
Torture and other cruel activities by the Tamil Tigers were also exposed in various ways by many people who were directly engaged with the LTTE a few of years ago.
After the elimination of their leadership, the Tigers are now scattered and the survivors of that movement have been forced to come to terms with some truths about their organization that they undoubtedly find unpalatable.
There are two main LTTE groups still active in Britain. One is Thalamai Seyalakam headed by Vinayakan and other one is Anaithulaka Seyalakam headed by Nediyawan, who is claiming its International Secretariat. The two groups are currently engaging in a blame game against each other, in regards to the post-war situation.
The “Karuppu” a magazine published by the office of Nediyawan condemned one Srimaran, of the LTTE, stating that he betrayed them by making a confession to British police that he was in-charge of torture in the intelligence unit of the LTTE. It is a shocking story, revealing many details about the internal workings of the LTTE.
The magazine quoted a British official who stated that, “Srimaran has revealed how he engaged in amputating the tongues and limbs of captured people from the enemy side, as well as those who were within the organization.”
Meanwhile those who escaped to Europe from the LTTE disclosed the truth and claimed political asylum there, claiming that they engaged in notorious inhuman activities because of the absolute pressure from the leadership.
Most of the kidnapped young boys and girls are dead, but many of their family members are still alive and former LTTE cadres fear they will seek revenge if they return to Sri Lanka. These LTTE veterans also claim that some of the kidnapped youth conscripts surrendered to the Sri Lankan army and were released after completing the rehabilitation process. They will also attack them, if they can, so they cannot return Sri Lanka.
A source in Switzerland disclosed to the Sri Lanka Guardian that some of the Tigers who fled Sri Lanka are suffering from trauma, due to their inhuman practices at the time. Some of them are receiving medical treatment.
“I shot many people who opposed the LTTE even during the time that both parties signed the Cease Fire Agreement,” a source told the Ilankainet, a Tamil medium website based in Zurich.
“One day I shot and killed a man while pledging to me that he was a father of three. I feel mentally disturbed about the case and I am addicted to drugs to eliminate my past horrifying scenario,” he further said.