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Wikileaks and Sri Lanka (Acceptable and unacceptable War Crimes)

America Ambassador for Sri Lanka – Patricia Butenis accuses Sri Lankan troops on war crimes while cunningly slipping over the matter of the war crimes which the LTTE terrorists truly committed.

In a top confidential cable document sent by Patricia Butenis – American Ambassador for Sri Lanka on the eve of Sri Lanka’s Presidential election 2010, she condemns the country’s lack of attention given towards the accountability of war crimes and accuses Sri Lanka Presidents, his brothers and then General Sarath Fonseka for alleged war crimes.

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  Next in line in madam Butenis’s list of “credible politicians” is the former TNA member and one-time Presidential Candidate M.K. Sivajilingam. According to Patricia Butenis, M.K. Sivajilingam has addressed the “Tamil issue” publicly and he does understand it than any other Tamil Politician. Before moving on, following is particular section of the confidential cable [...]

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Conquering LTTE terrorists by the most dedicated and professional Sri Lankan Security forces, was the most unexpected and the heartbreaking blow for the pro-LTTE Tamil Diaspora including the Western and European countries which had been breeding grounds for LTTE terrorism.

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American ambassador for Sri Lanka Patricia Butenis has quoted Mano Ganesan, the leader of the Democratic People’s Front (DPF) party one of her top confidential cable to the State Department.

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Another “leaked” confidential US cable, American Ambassador for Sri Lanka, madam Patricia A. Butenis reports her bosses the “Tamil Perspective” on Sri Lanka’s War Crime accountability.

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Ever since Wikileaks released US diplomatic confidential briefings between the State Department in Washington and the embassies in other countries throughout the world, US and its allied Western Media such as Channel 4, BBC, CNN and New York Post are seen hounding Wikileaks founder – Julian Assange extensively.

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Wikileaks has once again released nearly 250,000 US diplomatic confidential briefings containing confidential communications between 274 embassies in countries throughout the world and the State Department in Washington.

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