Tamil Tiger Terrorist Prepared To Go To Extremes To Secure Comforts Of The West
Posted on April 24th, 2017

Dr. Chula Rajapakse MNZM Spokesperson, United Sri Lanka Association 

Rt Hon Bill English,
Prime Minister of New Zealand.

Dear Mr. English

I write to forward this article from the UK Daily Mail  of 21/4/17  showing how Tamil Tiger Terrorist affiliates  from Sri Lanka self inflict by proxy” torture , to enable them to obtain refugee status” to live in UK while at the same time wrongly discrediting Sri Lanka , by accusing their security forces of being responsible for torture. There is also an attachment from an account in 2015 describing the same, as it was going on in London then.

I forward this to you to prevent  countries like New Zealand being duped by such scams. The boat people” seeking asylums that venture out to Australia and New Zealand are also of the same ilk. I am pleased that in the recent past the New Zealand government was resolute in their firm rejection of such boat loads. Such boats are  manipulated by scheming people smugglers with affiliations  to terrorists like the Tamil Tigers.

Thank you for being alive to such scams.

Yours Sincerely,

Dr. Chula Rajapakse MNZM


United Sri Lanka Association

Asylum seeker from Sri Lanka let himself be tortured with hot iron bars to support his bid to stay in Britain

  • The man, 35, said they showed how he was badly treated in his native country 
  • The Court of Appeal ruled it was a ruse called ‘self-infliction by proxy’ or SIBP
  • Lord Justice Sales also raised doubts over his relationship with the Tamil Tigers 


PUBLISHED: 19:54 EDT, 21 April 2017 | UPDATED: 20:11 EDT, 21 April 2017

An asylum seeker allowed himself to be tortured with hot iron bars to support his bid to stay in the UK, judges have ruled.

He claimed five scars on his back were evidence of how he was badly treated by authorities in his native Sri Lanka.

But rejecting his claims, the Court of Appeal ruled that he probably consented to the torture in as part of a ruse called ‘self-infliction by proxy’ or SIBP.

An asylum seeker allowed himself to be tortured with hot iron bars to support his appeal to stay in the UK. His claims were rejected by the Court of Appeal (pictured), who said his scars were a ‘ruse’

It added that a ‘cooperative and clandestine’ doctor might have put him under general anaesthetic while the heated iron rods were placed on him.

In a 22,000-word appeal ruling, one of the country’s most senior judges, Lord Justice Sales, questioned why the 35-year-old man had not experienced any significant infection as a result of the burning.

The judge said an earlier immigration tribunal which threw out the man’s asylums claim was justified in highlighting the ‘highly unusual’ type of scarring as a ‘central implausibility’ in his account.

It also raised doubts about his relationship with the Tamil Tigers and his alleged detention and escape from the country.

The man arrived in the UK on a fake passport six years ago before claiming asylum. He is thought to have racked up enormous legal bills at taxpayers’ expense in his desperate bid to avoid deportation.

He claims that he was detained in the aftermath of a Tamil Tigers attack on Colombo airport in 2007 over possible links to the organisation.

Lord Justice Sales questioned the man’s relationship with the Tamil Tigers and his alleged detention and escape from the country

His alleged torture occurred in August 2009, where it was claimed he ‘felt intense pain from the first burn’ before falling unconscious while receiving other burns.In support of his torture claim, he produced a medical report from a professor that backed the theory.

The man also claimed he would face ‘a real risk of persecution’ if deported because authorities would regard him as having been ‘actively involved’ with the Tamil Tigers.

Dismissing his appeal, Lord Justice Sales said the earlier tribunal hearing – which rejected the asylum seeker’s claims – had ‘conscientiously balanced the probabilities of infliction of the scarring by SIBP and by torture’.

It was entitled to assess that SIBP was the ‘only real possibility’ that could not be discounted, he added.

In a majority decision, Lord Justice Sales and another senior judge, Lord Justice Patten, rejected the challenge by the claimant, identified only by the initials KV.

It was not clear last night if he planned to make a final appeal to the Supreme Court.

The Ministry of Justice refused to confirm whether he is receiving legal aid.

The Home Office declined to say whether he is in custody pending the outcome of the legal proceedings.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4434446/Asylum-seeker-Sri-Lanka-let-tortured.html#ixzz4ewtRIHxz
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