“India Must Inform INTERPOL On KP – Police”

October 29, 2012

thesundayleader.lk on October 27, 2012 released the following:

“By Indika Sri Aravinda

The Police say the warrant issued on Kumaran Pathmanathan (KP) by INTERPOL can only be withdrawn by India and not Sri Lanka.

Police Spokesman SSP Priyashantha Jayakody told The Sunday Leader that there is no police investigation on KP.

He noted that the charges against the former LTTE chief arms procurer were filed in India and not Sri Lanka.

“We cannot ask INTERPOL to remove the warrant on KP. That can be done only by India,” he said.

UNP MP Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena had last week written to the Police Chief requesting him to provide all the required information on KP as the INTERPOL warrant is still in place. He said that there is enough evidence against KP to investigate him.

Meanwhile the UNP is to raise in Parliament the issue regarding the alleged release of KP.

UNP MP Ravi Karunanayake said that it was shocking to note government reports that there is no evidence to produce KP in court.

“It is a known fact that he helped the LTTE kill policemen and civilians. Why is he being allowed to go free? Has he bought over the government? We, who follow democratic practices, are being taken to court but he is not,” Karunanayake said.

Last year in Parliament the government had said that Kumaran Pathmanathan was being investigated and a report on the investigations will be submitted to Parliament. An INTERPOL warrant was also issued for the arrest of KP over his alleged involvement in the assassination of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

Pathmanathan was arrested in 2009 in Malaysia and has been in Sri Lankan government custody. He has since extended support to the government and is now involved in humanitarian work.”

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Noise complaint leads to arrest of Serbian murder suspect

May 18, 2012

Wink News on May 18, 2012 released the following:

“NAPLES, Fla.- Naples Police responded to a noise complaint on Thursday that led to the arrest of a wanted Serbian murder suspect.

On Thursday, at approximately 4:02 a.m., Naples Police officers were dispatched to a loud music complaint at 450 Bayfront Place, #4808. The officers were directed by the complainant to the unit where they were able to hear yelling and loud music. They spoke to the owner of the unit and after issuing her a notice to appear and advising her to turn down the music the officer left the building.

Five minutes after the initial encounter, the officers were advised by dispatch that the original complainant called back to advise that the subjects had turned up the music right after the officers left. The officers returned to the unit at which time after knocking on the door, it was answered and slammed in their faces. The officers knocked again and the door was answered, where the officers observed seven people in the unit.

Officers advised Mozolicova to step outside, so officers could affect an arrest for disorderly conduct and City Ordinance Violation 22-37 Noise Violation. Mozolicova refused to step outside of the unit, at which point officers attempted to take physical custody of Mozolicova inside of the unit.

Other subjects present attempted to interfere with the officers attempts to take her into custody. Miric pulled away from officers, and physically began fighting and hitting officers. Mozolicova attempted to distract officers and tried to physically grab Miric to pull her back into the unit.

Officers were able to affect an arrest on Miric, and Officer Harp stood by with the subject outside of the unit in a hallway area. Others present were interfering with the lawful attempts of the officers trying to arrest the subjects.

At one point, Stepanovich charged towards an officer who was kneeling down actively engaging in handcuffing one of the subjects and kicked the officer in the face. Stepanovich attempted to charge the officer again at which time the officer was able to deploy his Taser and stop the aggressive actions.

After all subjects were taken into custody, a routine wants and warrants check revealed that subject Stepanovich had an active INTERPOL warrant / wanted persons hit out of Serbia for the crime of Murder. INTERPOL warrant # KI46708. INTERPOL later advised they were going to begin to confirm the warrant and extradite with the requesting country.”

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